Has Phyllis Summers finally hit rock bottom on The Young and the Restless? Jack is done with her. Summer and Daniel don’t want to hear from her. Lucy wouldn’t even say hello to her. And Diane continues to breathe the same air as her.
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Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) is ready to strike back. But should she use Jeremy Stark (James Hyde) as the tool to do it with?
Phyllis Summers: By Any Means Necessary
There is nothing more important to Phyllis than bringing Diane (Susan Walters) down, acknowledge 25% of you. And, in order to achieve that, she should do whatever she has to. And she should team up with whomever she has to. If that party is Jeremy, then so be it. After all, how risky could teaming up with a criminal money launderer be? Phyllis is totes smarter than some thug.
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Phyllis needs to think about protecting herself before she goes full in with Jeremy, 31% advise. We’re sure she thinks she can handle anything that comes up. But considering that Phyllis was the one who brought Jeremy to Genoa City, then was shocked — shocked! — when he threatened her daughter’s stepson, maybe she should slow down and consider all the consequences before damning the torpedoes and going full speed ahead.
Phyllis Summers: Bad Blood
Jeremy is too dangerous, 44% warn. Phyllis might think she can deal with him, but we’ve already seen that she can’t. The guy is out of her league. She’s a troublemaker. He’s a criminal. She’s a sociopath. And amateur. He’s a psychopath. And a professional.
Getting rid of Diane isn’t worth putting herself — and her entire family — in danger. Especially when Diane will sabotage her own relationship with Jack (Peter Bergman) sooner or later. And then Phyllis can honestly swear to be completely innocent. As opposed to all the previous times. When she wasn’t.
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