Reed is back on The Young and the Restless, played by the last actor to portray Victoria and JT’s son, Tristan Lake Leabu.
And Reed is one unhappy teen. He’s been agonizing, worrying about his dad’s disappearance, and finding out that Grandpa Victor (Eric Braeden) is the prime suspect has not made him a happy camper.
Reed is constantly yelling at his mom, Victoria (Amelia Heinle), even as he gives a pass to ex-stepdad Billy (Jason Thompson), who is happy to be his pal.
Is this the kind of kid you want sticking around Genoa City? Almost 3,000 fans have an opinion!
Yes, 59% insist, because soaps are all about generations, and Reed is the grandson of Genoa City’s premier couple, Victor and Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott).
Viewers saw him born onscreen, while Victoria was in a coma and his paternity – JT or Brad (Don Diamont)? – was in question.
So, you’re already invested. Plus, you don’t think his relationship with Mattie (Lexie Stevenson) was really given a fair shake the last time around.
And oh, yeah, the fallout from when Reed finally finds out it was his mother, his grandmother, and two ex-aunts, Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) and Sharon (Sharon Case), who put his father in a shallow grave – dead or alive – is bound to be epic!
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Nah, a contrary 41% of you dismiss, the kid was a snooze on his last go-around. All he did was whine about how he’s going to be a musical superstar – but no one was letting him. We have Fen for that now.
And the pairing with Mattie went absolutely nowhere. She may have thought he was too cool for her but, the reality is, she was way too good for him. And now that Mattie is applying to college, she doesn’t need the distraction of “me, me, me” Reed.
The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.