When Adam first returned to The Young and the Restless, he claimed not to remember who he was and to have no interest in the Newman family.
Since then, he’s regained his memory, fought for custody of one son, Christian, been reunited with another, Connor (Judah McCay), blackmailed Michael (Christian J. LeBlanc) over Kevin (Greg Rikaart) and Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson), been shot, proposed to Sharon (Sharon Case), hired and fired and hired Phyllis (Michelle Stafford), and vowed to bring down all the Newmans.
That’s a pretty full dance card. No wonder he’s on every day! But will Adam succeed in that last plot of his? The opinion of over 21,000 fans!
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L Is For Loser
Of course not, 77% of the audience dismisses. Adam may get the best of Victoria (Amelia Heinle). Nick (Joshua Morrow). Abby (Melissa Ordway). Summer (Hunter King). Even Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott). But no one ever beats Victor (Eric Braeden). Ever.
Just ask Jack (Peter Bergman). Even when he’s right, Victor is righter. And if Jack couldn’t bring Victor down after several decades of trying, what chance does Adam (Mark Grossman) have after several months?
It might be fun to watch him try, but nobody should be putting down bets. The house always wins. And that house is the one that Victor built.
It’s About Time
Victor is due for a fall, 23% of you predict, especially know when his health is so precarious — and Adam has doubled to the dose of his medication. No empire lasts forever, and if Genoa City ever had an Emperor, it’s Victor.
Eventually, the alpha dog needs to step down so his son can take over. Victor never thought Nick was capable of it, and he’s probably right. But Adam is another story. He has no conscience. When going up against Victor, that’s always a plus. The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.