Tucker McCall came back to The Young and the Restless, claiming all he wanted was to reconnect with his ex-wife and son, not to mention meet his new grandson. He was also plotting to take over either Chancellor-Winters or Jabot. Maybe both.
Well, now, neither Ashley (Eileen Davidson) nor Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) wants anything to do with him, and his corporate spies have been outed. Both of them. So Tucker (Trevor St. John) went out and found Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) and suggested they burn all of Genoa City down. Would that be fun to watch?
Young and the Restless Tucker McCall: Who Knows?
We’re not sure, 14% of you admit. On the one hand, anything happening in Genoa City would be far better than the nothing which is currently happening in Genoa City. On the other, none of Tucker’s plans have worked out so far. So why should we expect anything to work for him now?
Stay Back, Tucker McCall
No way, 38% of the audience is ready to fling up roadblock after roadblock. Tucker is an outsider. He has no right to lay a hand on the companies Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) and John Abbott built. They won, and he lost. Tucker should just slink on back out of town. And take Audra (Zuleika Silver) and Diane (Susan Walters) with him. We don’t want any drama!
Y&R Bring It On
However, almost half of the fans, 48%, are excited by the idea. Ashland Locke (Robert Newman) tried to cause a stir in Genoa City, but he was outsmarted by the Newmans. You expect Tucker to follow the same path. Only, in this case, Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) may be allowed to participate, too. The point is, Tucker should be allowed to try…and fail. It will give us some entertainment…before the status quo is reset. Give it your best shot, Tuck.
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