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Is Phick About To Reignite On The Young and the Restless?

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Well, Phick fans you may get your wish after all, or will you?  The stage is set for Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) to seduce her former flame, Nick Newman (Joshua Newman), or might he seduce her? Hmmm.  These are the questions that may be answered next week on upcoming episodes of CBS Daytime’s, The Young and the Restless.

In the latest preview for next week in Genoa City. Adam (Mark Grossman), who wants to get closer to Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) and Nick out of the picture, gets his scheming partner, Phyllis over to his penthouse for a chat.

Seems like Adam has a proposition for her. He wants Phyllis to seduce Nick so they can both get what they want.  But … we know Phyllis doesn’t like to be played; especially by some guy who wants her to do his bidding.

But, one can’t help but wonder  …after their recent flirty conversations, if Phyllis doesn’t truly want Nick and to spark the flame that is Phick?

One thing is for sure; having Michelle Stafford back on Y&R it would make plenty of sense for the writers to go down that sexy and romantic road, knowing the success of the pairing that Morrow and Stafford had previously.

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Now let us know, are you hoping that a Phick reprise is on its way? Share your thoughts via the comment section below.

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Scott (ATWT Fan)
Scott (ATWT Fan)

It would make sense, but I much preferred Gina Tognoni with Joshua Morrow.

soapfan
soapfan

Agree. Tognoni elevated her scene partners’ sometimes lacklustre performances. She made Thompson, Bergman and Morrow look like better actors than they probably are.

Scott (ATWT Fan)
Scott (ATWT Fan)

Tognoni just had an over-all greater connection and chemistry with your on-screen counterparts, all while bringing in a more in-depth, developed performance to the role of Phyllis.

Adam Pompa
Adam Pompa

Scott, Adam here, like your comment, yes GINA is needed badly!

Scott (ATWT Fan)
Scott (ATWT Fan)

She really is but, at this point, I wouldn’t want her walking back in CBS Television at all.

Carol
Carol

I definitely agree, really miss Gina!

Scott (ATWT Fan)
Scott (ATWT Fan)

I do, too, and I think it’s sad that another daytime soap hasn’t picked her up. Unless she’s chosen not to pursue another role, due to the result of her run as Phyllis, which was insulting and wrong.

Carol
Carol

I agree, I really miss Gina Tognoni. She brought more depth to the Phyllis.

Scott (ATWT Fan)
Scott (ATWT Fan)

She really did. In the five years that Tognoni portrayed the role of Phyllis there was such development in the character; in the past year, Josh Griffith has completely undone that with his fall-back writing.

Margherita
Margherita

In full agreement!!! I miss Gina as Phyllis so much!!! She made the character have many dimensions and was great with Josh/Nick. Michelle is beyond annoying and extremely flat. Watching MS creates the sensation of fingernails on a chalkboard.

soapqueenforever
soapqueenforever

I agree with you Margherita! I miss Gina as well. To me she really understood Phyllis and put her own spin on the character. I am still not use to Michelle yet. I was looking at old Michelle clips and to me they are totally different then what she is doing now. Like she is going through the motions and doesn’t want to be there. They need to refreshen the whole show. Move forward, not backward. I am so tired of Connor already. I don’t know who is whining more, him or his mother. And don’t even start me on Theo. If they put him with Lola, I will scream. He makes my skin crawl. Devon needs to grow a pair and to stop feeling sorry for himself. He owns his own penthouse complex, he is in partnership with Abby in a restaurant, and he has the foundation he started with Neil. What more does he want. And can Abby be anymore obvious about throwing herself at Chance? Sickening. They need to bring Gloria and the Fenmores out of hiding. And not just for the holidays. I am sick of seeing the same faces all the time. I know it is just a soap opera and I need to get a grip. Thanks for listening one and all. Happy viewing and Happy Holidays

Violet Lemm2
Violet Lemm2

soapqueenforever,
I can only make this response to your comments. DITTO and an extra one added for Christmas. Have a good one, New Year too!

soapfan
soapfan

Eww, gross. The actors are both phoning in their performances, so they are compatible in that way. But seriously, the ick factor with these two is off the charts. Their scenes are painful to watch. I imagine the terrible dialogue written for them isn’t helping.

Lew S.
Lew S.

Not again please! You know somewhere down the road Sharon will be unattached and we once again will have the Sharon/Nick/Phyllis triangle.

Richard Danner
Richard Danner

NOT AGAIN PLEASE?! OMG. Why do the producers hate Nick & Sharon?! Stop prolonging the inevitable! Nick & Sharon are Victor & Nikki!

Damien
Damien

More uninspired mediocre writing from Griffith and co. Stafford hasnt even had any scenes with Jasons Billy and now hes circling Amanda in a dive bar like a lowlife. Nick and Sharon barely share scenes either.
Now because both characters have no point lets just put them together again?
So we have to wait a full year before Griffith can be fired again right?

Kay
Kay

Word on the street is Griffith is on the chopping block but personally it does not matter because they will just replace himwith another recycled writer they are bleeding viewers every week I miss so many of the actors that made this show great . I for one am not interested in the Chelsea show never missed her and Stafford is all over the place and MO has no chemistry with anyone all I see is just reruns and Braeden are you happy you have less screen time then before. I will tell you this however CLB is still cheerleading the show and the way they have treated this multi Emmy award winner is unbelievable ! Gina was treated badly bringing back Stafford backfired she told everybody in every interview that she was done at Y&R of course Burton said the same thing about GH and he is back . I always felt this pairing was like two horny teenagers no substance .

Damien
Damien

Oh really!!??
Great news.
Thhe original story of Sharon/ Nick / Phyliss penned by Kay Alden I believe was soooo soapy and seductive! Ohhh how i miss the last good run of y n r! Sharon was also circling for Brad!.
Thats when a real writer and a team with vision penned the show!
Josh makes up new dangling pointless plots every week.he shows up half asleep. When they fire his untalented ass in 2020 he can go back to slumber.

Damien
Damien

Also Michael Baldwins character like Michelles new Phyliss imo has become tooo cartoony. I hate how Michael always pops into scenes overly cheery. Especially when he bumps into the Newmans. Ugh. I want the old grumpy Michael. I hope Fenn stays around. I would love a story again with the Fenmores. Theo is Fenn lite. Cut him fast. Painful

Violet Lemm2
Violet Lemm2

You would have to be dead not to have seen this one coming. Nick too! Phyllis does not need nudging from Adam, as she has been in Nick’s face for weeks.
I also bet I’m not the only one who saw the sparks fly between Rey and Victoria and Billy and Samantha.

GramS
GramS

I may be in the minority but I could not stand Gina’s ever angry persona. She had but one face from the time she was given the part. Michelle Stafford came to the show as the original Phyllis and remained so for twenty years so I think she pretty much knows Phyllis. Gina was nowhere near who Phyllis is.

Momo
Momo

No thanks.

Susan
Susan

I really hope this reunion never happens. I never liked them together in the first place.

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