With the June 28th deadline to return Emmy nominee ballots fast approaching, many of your favorite television web sites have begun to make their case for a handful of worthy 2012 nominees. Not to be outdone, we here at theTVaddict.com have decided — as we are wont to do — to take things one step further. Which is to say, in a completely altruistic effort to simplify things for the voting body that is the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, your friendly neighborhood TV Addict has decided to save those lucky enough to call themselves “Emmy Voters” from countless hours spent needlessly scrolling through a seemingly never ending PDF of worthy performers by presenting our “Emmy Nominations Made Easy!” With today’s focus being on our picks for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
We Make the Case For…
 Josh Charles: In a neck-and-neck finish between caddish co-star Alan Cumming’s Eli Gold, Josh Charles’ Will Gardner wins our endorsement by a hair thanks to a far showier season in which he was forced to deftly juggle his complicated love life alongside a very unexpected speed bump in his career.
 Peter Dinklage: Since history would dictate that the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will more than likely overlook GAME OF THRONES for falling into the category of “genre” television, look to Dinklage to follow up last year’s Emmy win with, at the very least, another nomination for his morally flexible scene stealing portrayal of Tyrion Lannister.
 Vincent Kartheiser: Nothing says Emmy-worthy like Kartheiser’s fantastic fifth season portrayal of Pete Campbell that took beefing up for a role to an entirely new level.
 John Noble: What better way to kick off what will surely be thirteen fantastic final episodes of FRINGE than with a much-deserved first nomination for this class act. Agreed?
 Aaron Paul: If the incessant OMG-YOU-HAVE-NO-IDEA-WHAT-YOU’RE-MISSING… DROP-EVERYTHING-AND-START-WATCHING-THIS-SHOW reaction we constantly seem to get from every single person who discovers that we have yet to jump on the BREAKING BAD bandwagon are any indication, Aaron Paul seems like a pretty safe bet.
 Jeremy Allen White: After a SHAMELESS second season that saw Lip Gallagher put through the ringer both emotionally and physically, an Emmy nomination sure sounds like consolation to us.