The Young and the Restless spoilers document all things Genoa City. There are always many evolving storylines within that fictional town. Along with them are the opinions of some fans regarding which tales should be stopped, or adjusted as soon as possible.
Dina’s (Marla Adams) dilemma hopefully won’t end with her death, or departure. Instead, Y&R fans are hoping that she’s written out of peril. Allowing Adams’ to remain with the cast indefinitely would enable a different part of her Alzheimer’s story to be told.
Y&R’s choice to address this increasingly important health issue was bold. Doing so was and remains nothing short of a welcomed public service message that goes well beyond scripted entertainment. Why not allow Dina to receive round-the-clock care in her home, or have her live in a first-class facility that’s located in, or near GC? Either choice could be written in a way that might allow fears to be allayed about the perceived fate of loved one’s, or their own conjured destiny.
Some fans are urging Y&R to keep Tessa (Cait Fairbanks) with Noah (Robert Adamson), while others want her paired with Mariah (Camryn Grimes) in order to fly with some social trends. Both sides don’t appear to be balancing emotions with logic. So, all observers are asked to stop injecting their own storylines into this daytime world. And yes, it’s understood that this suggestion will evoke, wait for it, emotions.
Hey Jack (Peter Bergman) and Ashley (Eileen Davidson) here’s a simple solution that any advanced middle-aged executives could reach; work as co-CEO’s. Jabot’s brother-sister battle is juvenile and has been played out many times before. Both siblings should give each other a chance to lead.
Jabot has been mismanaged and neglected by each party through the years. However, in the later part of their combined careers Ashley and Jack should be able to power-share.
Christian’s (Jude and Ozzy McGuigen) paternity issue can be addressed, whether or not Adam (Justin Hartley, or whoever) returns at the same time. Why can’t Nick (Joshua Morrow) somehow learn that his child is, or isn’t his own flesh and blood? Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) would face heavy criticism from her thin-skinned boyfriend. But let’s cross this threshold already.
Assume that Nick is Christian’s father. Well, then Adam likely isn’t needed back. However, let’s look at what happens if Nick isn’t this storied boy’s dad.
Chaos erupts, Victor’s knowledge of said biology provokes further tension and potentially fisticuffs and Chick is likely destroyed. Hmm, which of the two choices (Nick is Christian’s dad, or he’s not) would establish the best soapy outcome? Right, let’s go with option 2 as soon as possible and get Adam Newman back on the Y&R canvas.
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