Sharon knows Dylan is on a dangerous, undercover police assignment on The Young and the Restless, but she has no clue about the specifics.
It’s probably for the best, since he’s trying to infiltrate a dangerous drug cartel. The only people who can know the nitty-gritty details are Paul (Doug Davidson), Christine and few select members of the GCPD.
It’s all in the best interest of Dylan’s safety. One wrong move and it could be curtains for him. But will Sharon eventually find out all about her husband’s top secret mission? Over 5000 fans of The Young and the Restless weighed in on the subject.
Yes, He’ll Tell Her
Over half of you, 57%, think Dylan will come clean with Sharon (Sharon Case) once his assignment is complete and he’s home safely. He’ll feel he owes it to his wife to level with her. It’s the kind of man he is. Of course, you fully expect Sharon to freak out when she learns all. While she realized he was putting himself in danger, she never imagined the magnitude of it all.
She’ll Find Out and Forgive Him
When Sharon’s determined to find something out, she does it. So 24% of you believe she will uncover the details of Dylan’s (Steve Burton) secret assignment.
Although she won’t be happy that he put his life at risk –- not to mention their future as a family -– she will forgive him. After all, it’s part of his job as a police detective, and she knows how important that is to Dylan.
No, It’s A Forever Secret
A secret assignment means it stays secret even after the mission is over and done, say 19% of you. Should Dylan be able to crack the drug ring for Christine (Lauralee Bell) and bring the cartel members to justice, Sharon won’t find out about any of the details.
And, to be honest, it’s probably for the best. Fisk and company probably have far-reaching arms out there. The less Sharon knows the better — particularly, if someone decides to retaliate.
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