On The Young and the Restless, Phyllis Summers may call her daughter, Summer Newman Abbott, Supergirl, but the real Superwoman in Genoa City is Chelsea Lawson.
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She’s working with Chloe Mitchell Fisher (Elizabeth Hendrickson), she’s working with Summer (Allison Lanier), she’s living in a fantasy world about what could have been with Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso), yelling at Adam Newman (Mark Grossman), and, most important, parents Connor Newman (Judah Mackey), the most phenomenal child who ever lived. That can be time-consuming. Is Chloe right? Is Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) taking on too much?
In Over Her Head
Chelsea is drowning, and she doesn’t even know it, 59% of the audience is sorry to say. Whenever Chloe wants to talk business strategy, Chelsea would prefer to rant about that awful Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope). And now she wants to design for yet another company? Adam tried to tell her that she’s repressing her feelings about Rey by burying herself in work — it takes one to know one, he admitted he does it all the time — but Chelsea refused to listen. She is totally in control of her feelings and actions. Why is Adam acting like she’s just out of a mental hospital or something?
Deflect The Young and the Restless Blame
This sounds like a Chloe problem, not a Chelsea problem, 31% of you dismiss. Chloe is the one clearly projecting her something, something, something onto Chelsea’s something, something. Maybe Chloe is finding the whole working mother thing too difficult. Because, obviously, Bella and Miles are not nearly as amazing as Connor. Chloe is just jealous!
Give her a chance, Chloe, 10% of fans urge. If Chelsea says she can manage, then give her a chance to prove it. As long as she isn’t dragging you down, let her deal with her personal life whichever way she sees fit.
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