We love Adam Newman and Sally Spectra on The Young and the Restless. Love them. They’re a classic soap couple, complete with family drama, paternity drama, and business drama. We hope they stay in Genoa City for a good, long time so we can enjoy their suffering on a daily basis. But, if Sally and Adam want to avoid the family drama, the paternity drama, the business drama, and the suffering, we have a teeny, tiny suggestion.
Hit the Young and the Restless Road, Jack
Leave. Really. We would be sad to see you go, but if we really love you, then we have to want what’s best for you. And that’s leaving. Forever. For good. Yes, we realize that Adam (Mark Grossman) has a son in Genoa City. But if he was OK with Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) taking Connor (Judah Mackey) out of town while she was taking care of her mother, then Chelsea ought to be equally as chill about letting Connor visit Adam wherever he and Sally (Courtney Hope) may wind up.
Young and the Restless: Remote Work For Adam Newman and Sally
Join the 21st century, Victor (Eric Braeden). People are working remotely now from pretty much everywhere in the world, no matter where their parent company is located. We’re sure McCall has business interests all over the globe. Which means Adam can pretty much work from anywhere on the globe. In fact, it might make even more sense for him to be closer to the main manufacturing centers, rather than in Wisconsin, where his daddy can keep an eye on him.
Y&R: Self Care
But, most importantly, if Adam and Sally leave Genoa City together, then Victor won’t be able to control their daughter. He’s already offered to buy the unborn tyke. What do you think he’ll do once she’s actually up and around? This is the only way to keep little Hope Newman (or so we guess her name will be) safe. And it’s not like Nick (Joshua Morrow) will mourn for long. Sharon (Sharon Case) is single again.
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