On The Young and the Restless, Jack Abbott told Phyllis Summers that he still loved her…but they were never, ever getting back together due to her insane behavior and self-destructive tendencies.
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But all Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) heard was that he still loved her. So she thought shrieking about it would remind him how wonderful and not crazy she is. Should Jack (Peter Bergman) give this brilliant plan and the woman who wields it a second chance?
Who’s Sorry Now Y&R?
Phyllis is totes sorry, 46% of you wheedle and cajole — not unlike Phyllis — so why can’t Jack just get over himself and take her back as is? So what if he’s tired of the drama? So what if he’s tired of being used? So what if the relationship doesn’t work for him? This is about Phyllis’s happiness. She wants this. So he best let her have it. Before she really turns up the hysteria.
The Other Young and Restless Woman
Jack needs to make himself worthy of Phyllis, 37% of the audience insists, and that means kicking Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters) to the curb. The fact that Diane exists, much less in Genoa City, much less in Jack’s proximity, is what’s driving Phyllis over the edge. So until Jack makes her disappear, Phyllis will never take him back. No matter how many times she screeches about wanting to.
Y&R Deal Breaker
As long as Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) wants his mother in his life, Jack will never be rid of Diane. And for 17% of fans, that’s a deal breaker. Jack isn’t good enough for Phyllis. If he doesn’t understand why she’s the best woman for him if he refuses to admit that he is miserable without her and would do anything to get her back, why should she so much as glance haughtily in his direction?
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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