Women do not live by pouring coffee and offering unsolicited therapy alone, not even Sharon Rosales on The Young and the Restless. Rey Rosales has been dead for, what, a year now? Shouldn’t she be over it? It’s time to move on. But with whom?
Young and the Restless: Old Faithful
Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) has gotten the kiss-off (actually, a little more than that) from Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope). So he’s available, 5% point out. They should re-hook up again. Why? Uhm…why not?
Y&R: Pace Yourself
No, keep mourning, 21% of The Young and the Restless fans insist. It’s still too soon. If Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan) is still claiming to suffer from the loss of the relationship that never was, the least Sharon can do is continue being faithful to one that she was actually involved in…with the same guy.
The Young and the Restless: One True Pairing
Why are we even pretending there can ever be anyone for Sharon (Sharon Case) – long-term – other than Nicholas Newman (Joshua Morrow), 29% of the Y&R audience is wondering. It’s not just that they’re high-school sweethearts. It’s not just that they share children. It’s not even that, whatever problem he has with family, friends, new love interests, Nick comes running back to Sharon. It’s that they can never think of any other options. So get on with it, already!
Young & Restless: Take a Chance
Sharon’s done Nick, Sharon’s done Adam, 45% remind. She needs someone new. And we’re liking the look of Chance Chancellor (Conner Floyd). He’s cute. He’s damaged. Sharon loves both those things. But, more importantly, he’s in the process of divorcing Abby Newman Abbott Chancellor (Melissa Ordway).
Remember when Sharon was living with Scott Grainger? Remember how Scott cheated on her…with Abby? We bet Sharon remembers. And we bet she’s going to love making sure Abby does the same. Turnabout is fair play, right?!
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