On the Young and the Restless, Noah hasn’t had a lot of luck with women.
His girlfriends either cause fires and deaths, die themselves, or tell so many lies it becomes impossible to figure out who they really are and what they really want — specifically whether or not they really want Noah (Robert Adamson). So what should be next for Noah?
There’s a New Girl In Town
Or, rather, that’s what 58% of you wish would happen. That a new young woman would come to Genoa City and steal Noah’s heart. It would be nice if she weren’t related to him. (Which is tricky when your grandpa is Victor Newman, impregnater of all he sees). It would also be nice if she weren’t lying to him from the start about who she is, how old she is, and what she’s there for. We’re looking at you, Courtney. Major mob family entanglements are also to be frowned upon.
Come Back, Little Sheba
Then again, for 29% of you, the devil you do know is always better than the devil you don’t. For these fans, Marisa (Sofia Pernas) wasn’t that bad. Sure, she ratted Noah out as running Billy (Jason Thompson) over with his car. But, Noah did, in fact, run him over. Even if it was Billy’s stupid fault for stupidly crawling under a car to get away from his bookie. And she didn’t mention being married to Luca (Miles Gaston Villanueva) or their misplaced baby.
Though, to be fair, any new character on a soap over the age of 15 can be assumed to have a misplaced baby. Noah’s mother, Sharon (Sharon Case) and grandmother, Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), being prime examples. And you know how men love women who remind them of their mothers. And grandmothers.
But just because Noah’s parents started their endless on-again/off-again relationship when they were still in high school doesn’t mean Noah has to follow in their footsteps. A solid 14% of you think he should just play the field a bit before settling down with the first of his many soulmates.
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