Jack Abbott kept – and keeps – insisting that his only interest in Diane Jenkins is as the mother of his son on The Young and the Restless. Yet, when he unloaded on Phyllis Summers and squarely came down on Diane’s side, the interest seemed to be a bit more…personal. Could these exes be making their way back to each other? Should they?
Young and the Restless Polling: Which Witch
No way, 81% of you are gagging at the thought. Diane (Susan Walters) is way, way too manipulative. That is so not Jack’s (Peter Bergman) type. Jack likes good, moral, upstanding women who would never plot, much less lie about their pasts or how they got to where they are today. You know, women like Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott). And Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford). How in the world could anyone feel a schemer like Diane is someone Jack could ever fall for?
Y&R: Wait and See
A much smaller 13%, on the other hand, are open to the idea of Jack and Diane… but you want to wait for the whole truth about her and Jeremy Stark (James Hyde) to come out first. Because you can’t believe this is all of it. Seems like something new is discovered about Diane every week. And you’re very protective of your poor, defenseless, innocent Jack.
Young and the Restless: Go For It
Unfortunately for Diane, only 6% are rooting for Diane and Jack. Those that are, though, think she is exactly what Jack has needed for years. This handsome, rich, loving man has been striking out in the female companionship department for literally years now. Which never made any sense to us. Remember when it looked like something might be brewing between him and Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope). Well, Diane and she have a lot in common. Only more age-appropriate…
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