The Young and the Restless 3rd Commentary January 21, 2024


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A Critic’s Review of The Young and the Restless: Good Choices and Thirsty Antics

The writer’s views on Y&R are hers only hers. Be aware that everything is driven by emotions, no matter if it’s correct or incorrect, funny or uninspiring.

The Young and the Restless 3rd Commentary January 21, 2024
Phyllis Summers, Jack Abbott, Audra Charles

In the case of The Young and the Restless each viewer has a view – which is why SoapsSpoiler.Com is no different. We watched for five consecutive days. watched the good and the bad, as well as every other thing in between. We lead with hope. But we rarely receive what we want. Here’s a recap of the week Y&R had.

What I’m Feeling This Week: Admiration for Sharon and Audra’s Choices

In Y&R, Sharon (Sharon Case) and Audra (Zuleyka Silver) are both in a reassessment phase. They’re assessing what changes are needed and making adjustments to their lives in accordance with their findings. Additionally, they’re removing the most hazardous elements, though the jury’s still out regarding whether these dreadful pests will last forever or just temporary.

Sharon recently ended her relationship with Chance to allow him to discover a more serious love than she was able to offer. She’s making a commitment to herself as well as in her new venture. The party to launch the company took place and it was a refreshing experience to see her in such great and confident moods.

Sharon’s naturally drawn back to Nick at times however she’s not putting much attention to it. Instead, she’s focusing on her business, herself and how her technology company can benefit people. In the end, she’s enhancing her life by helping others.

The most touching moment of the evening was when she declared her name for her upcoming venture — Cassidy First Technology. It was a wonderful way to pay tribute to Cassie (Camryn Grimes). Congratulations on Sharon for her growth. Also, Sharon Case looks like she’s enjoying herself while playing out.

In Genoa City, Audra Charles isn’t averse to placing herself first. In recent times she’s been bouncing between the yahoos Tucker (Trevor St. John) and Kyle (Michael Mealor) and honestly, it’s not in line with the persona.

The thing I like the most is that she’s distanced herself from both of them now. I don’t know if it’s going to continue, but I’ll follow the waves until she gets it. She’s past their mishaps, and she’s aware that while Tucker has performed a lot for her, he’s an absolute scumbag.

I want her to continue moving far from Tucker. It’s hilarious. On the opposite side how she shattered Kyle’s trust and boasted about his entire plan with her partner in business? Well done. It also shows that she’s at a stage that she isn’t giving two you-know-whats.

Alongside this period that she’s growing, she’s trying to become more like Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott). We’ve discovered more about her family’s background and how it was affected by alcoholism. You could say that she’s been vulnerable to her boss after disclosing this family’s private experience. It is my hope that the power brokers will reveal some of her background in the near future.

I believe Audra is able to go, as those moments of vulnerability appear as if we’re seeing only a tiny glimpse of who she truly is. However, Nikki is beginning to recognize these conversations, and I am too. Audra is ambitious, sure. But she’s also a smart person. Perhaps she thought Newman is the best place for her at the moment. Maybe she’s just playing with us all? She’s a pro at it.

Other Y&R Thoughts

Not Feeling: This new conflict that is brewing between Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) and Christine (Lauralee Bell). I’m not even able to say that one is better than the other. Both of them are at fault for the escalating of these incidents. However, Phyllis’s antics in the jazz bar were so thirsty. She also marked her territory with the footage featuring Danny (Michael Damian) singing the love song she had a hand in, was just amazing.

In terms of Christine’s better tone, she has it. What’s the reason she told Phyllis that she along with Danny were on an excursion? Of of course, Phyllis was going to attempt to undermine. It was inevitable that Christine would be the first to see Danny along with Phyllis kissing.

Danny’s not without fault here and he’s not blameless either. In a certain realm of existence, it seems he’s attracting the attraction by both females. He could have run away from Phyllis at any time, but he didn’t.

Most Welcome Interaction: See I adore Victor (Eric Braeden) and Nikki I truly do. They’re perfect for each other. However, I’ve always held a fondness inside my heart, to Jack (Peter Bergman) and Nikki. Therefore, when Jack gave his assistance to his ex-wife it was so wonderful to hear them speak about their history as well as the complicated emotions that were involved. In the end it’s true. Victor will not be apprehensive to Jack providing his help to her in her addiction battle.

A Quote I Love (Christine from Danny): “Do you really want us, or do you think it’s too much fun to be stuck somewhere in between?

The Best observation: Claire (Hayley Erin) offering her viewpoint on the Newmans through what she’s observed and learned from. She shared with Victoria (Amelia Heinle) the perspective of an outsider of the Newmans. She basically stated that they’re rude and uncaring and savage, not just with one another, but with strangers too. Facts!

Hot Questions: What’s going on what’s up with Seth (Brian Gaskill) the sponsor, huh? What’s happening in his life that he’s drinking, while trying to stop Nikki from consuming alcohol? When will we find out more about his life?

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