Adam Newman and Sally Spectra are the newest dynamic duo on The Young and the Restless. She’s good for him. She makes him smile in a way no one else has in a long time. And he’s good for her. He doesn’t judge her nearly as much as everyone else in Genoa City does.
The Young and the Restless Polling
They may be partners in the bedroom and the boardroom, but this is a pairing that’s always on the lookout for new challenges. What should they tackle next? What over 2,000 viewers told us:
Exactly half of you, 50%, think Adam (Mark Grossman) and Sally’s (Courtney Hope) new project should be saving Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) from Ashland Locke (Robert Newman). Victoria isn’t listening to Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) or Nicholas Newman (Joshua Morrow) — whom she knows love her. Maybe she’ll listen to Adam, who she knows would prefer to see her fail. It’s more honest that way.
The Young and the Restless: Big Bosses
Why save Victoria, 27% of the audience wonders, when Adam and Sally can instead focus on ousting his sister from Newman Locke — and taking it over themselves? After all, Victori’s hand-picked successor has proved herself woefully incapable of the job. Why not let the son who actually went to business school and maybe is slightly qualified — as opposed to the siblings who just got handed their positions — give running the family company a shot. Oh, and the woman who makes him smile can hang out, too.
You and Me
Business, shmisness, 23% of voters dismiss. Money stuff is so boring. You want Adam and Sally to focus on their relationship. That’s the steaming hot — not to mention fun — part of this pairing. Maybe having each other will make Adam and Sally realize neither one of them needs to kill themselves to succeed in business. They already have everything they need.
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