Sally Spectra is still nursing a broken heart from the way Adam Newman treated her on The Young and the Restless. But, luckily, Nicholas Newman has been offering her, if not a shoulder to cry on, then at least a boost of confidence — no matter what Victoria Newman says. Genoa City is full of eligible bachelors. Which one is right for Sally?
Young and the Restless: Mr. Right
Over half of you, 54%, are still pulling for Adam (Mark Grossman) to win Sally (Courtney Hope) back. After all, giving her up was one of the few unselfish things he’s ever done (don’t remind us about him giving Faith Newman a kidney; he totally did that to get in good with Nick [Joshua Morrow] and Sharon Rosales [Sharon Case]). Adam should be rewarded. In order to form a positive feedback loop.
Y&R You Get Nothing
Sally deserves to be alone forever, 16% insist. She did one bad thing — getting Summer Newman (Allison Lanier) her dream job — and, as a result, she should be punished with perennial spinsterhood. In order to form a negative feedback loop.
The Other Young and the Restless Brother
Go after Nick, 15% urge. He’s where the real power and money are. Plus, all of his relationships are short-lived. Which means plenty of alimony at the end. And the best part is: Imagine how much it would upset Victor Newman (Eric Braeden). And Adam. Seriously, this is just getting better and better!
Y&R Stranger Danger
Look around, Sally, 14% advise. Genoa City is full of opportunity. So Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) didn’t work out. Consider Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor). It would piss off Summer. And Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford). This is just getting better and better!
Doctor Young and the Restless Sleep
We could barely scrape up 1% to root for Sally and Nate Hastings (Sean Dominic). Maybe because he’s been such a pill lately. Sally already had Adam full of self-pity. She doesn’t need Nate.
The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes. For more about what’s coming up in Genoa City, check out all the latest that’s been posted on Y&R spoilers, and for an in-depth look at the show’s history, click here.
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