It may be one of the few soaps that never centered around a hospital, but that doesn’t mean The Young and the Restless hasn’t had their fair share of (sexy) healers… or the need to have them around. People sure do get in a lot of accidents or fall sick unexpectedly.
The Young and the Restless Polling
But coming across those doctors are few and far between, these days. Which one should return according to over 2,000 fans:
A Stitch In Time
One minute Stitch was married to Abby (Melissa Ordway) – and harboring residual feelings for her mom, Ashley (Eileen Davidson) – and the next he was off to take care of his crazy kid, and that’s all she wrote. We need closure, 54% of the audience insists, bring him back. Abby needs closure, too!
Mom’s the World
Doesn’t it feel like Nate (Sean Dominic) and Elena (Brytni Sarpy) are the only doctors running their much-talked-about clinic? Would it be helpful if Nate’s mom, Olivia (Tonya Lee Williams) popped in to lend a hand, 24% wonder. And maybe reconnect with a lonely Jack (Peter Bergman)?
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Snapper Him Up
Longterm YR fans remember a doctor named Snapper. Well, technically, he was William Foster Jr. But most people called him the same thing as a turtle. He was initially played by William Gray Espy, who went on to play Mitch on Another World but is best remembered for the role that put David Hasselhoff on the TV map. Which is why 12% of you would like a house-call… or more.
Just In Casey
Only 8% are interested in catching up with Nikki’s (Melody Thomas Scott) sister, Casey (Roberta Leighton). You saw her in the flashback episode(s) to the Newman wedding, and you weren’t particularly impressed. Though, once again, there’s Jack.
An even smaller 2% are interested in another visit from Neville (Michael E. Knight). He was insufferable on his first run, smug, condescending, and superior. You had enough of his act the first time. No encores are neccessary. The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.