It’s The Young and the Restless’s 50th anniversary, and the show is celebrating – via a Genoa City gala for the city’s bicentennial. But there is danger afoot! Who is at the most risk from this festive evening?
Young and the Restless: Meet the Abbotts
Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) and Jeremy (James Hyde) have something nefarious planned for the party. Which means that 6% of you expect means that Jack (Peter Bergman), Kyle (Michael Mealor), and Summer (Allison Lanier) are the most at risk. Because Phyllis and Jeremy are gunning for Diane (Susan Walters) – which means the people she loves will be the ones hit in the crossfire.
Y&R: Bad Guy
Then again, 7% expect Phyllis to double-cross Jeremy. He thinks she’s going to help him bring down Diane. But we suspect Phyllis intends to be the hero. And not in the way Jeremy is hoping things go down.
Young and the Restless: Blow Back
Phyllis is her own worse enemy, 19% remind. Anything she does to hurt Diane will inevitably blow up in her face. So she better be watching out…for herself.
Y&R: Woman of the Hour
Phyllis is brilliant, 32% counter! Her plan for Diane is also bound to be brilliant. And successful. She will win. Diane will lose. Jack will want Phyllis back, Summer will beg her mother’s forgiveness, and Kyle will be sorry he ever sided with his own mother over his saintly mother-in-law. In other words: It’s over, Diane.
Young and the Restless: Collateral Damage
The biggest victim will be somebody who accidentally gets in the way, a majority 36% predict. We’re thinking either a pregnant Sally (Courtney Hope) – pitting Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Adam (Mark Grossman) against each other. Or Sharon (Sharon Case). Not only will it give Nick and Adam something else to fight over – how dare Adam bring Sharon to an event where she’s at risk? But also because it will give Emmy winner Case something to do. Which has long been lacking.
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