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Shemar Moore's Return To Y&R Day Two: Neil Admits He Is Scared & Malcolm Says Goodbye!

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Day two of the return of Shemar Moore (Malcolm) to The Young and the Restless packed an emotional wallop … as Malcolm finally wore down his big brother enough to get him to finally admit he is scared that he may never see again!

Neil (Kristoff St. John), who has been blind since his accident, has been pushing the entire family away and his new wife, Hilary (Mishael Morgan).  The now very-wise version of Malcolm gets Neil to see what he is doing, and to let people help him, and to take a hold of what has become a handicap and turn it around, and learn what he can to help him participate in the world again, i.e. learning braille, etc!

Later, after Neil has his long overdue emotional meltdown over his blindness, the two brothers are listening to some music per the album Malcolm brought Neil as in walks Devon (Bryton James), Lily (Christel Khalil) and Hilary.   Malcolm asks Devon before he leaves if Hilary is a good woman, and Devon says, “yes”.   Of course, Malcolm has no idea that Hilary and Devon are in love.

In more emotional scenes, Malcolm says goodbye to his family, and his big brother, before heading off to his next photography assignment.  Major acting kudos go to Kristoff St. John and Shemar Moore for some hankie-filled moments making us all realize how talented, and how great it was to see them share screen together, and the bond that they share.

Watch two major moments from today’s conclusion of Shemar Moore’s return visit to Y&R! Then let us know, what you thought of the performances and scenes today between Kristoff and Shemar as Neil and Malcolm Winters!

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I liked Day 2 better than Day 1.

harry
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It was refreshing to finally see some good old fashioned character driven scenes.
I thought the scenes between these two brothers was well acted and well written.
Malcolm has grown up–the former screw up is now the wiser of the two brothers.
Well done–more please.

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The actors made the most of what they were given (which was pretty thin) but all I could think about was that totally random scene at the Park Cafe — it looked like the old terrace doors from Brad’s house collided with the Chancellor Park set (and not in a good way).

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Alan, You said the following, “The actors made the most of what they were given (which was pretty thin)…..” Just to let you know, Kristoff and Shemar did not like the original scripts that they were given. Which leads us to know that both guys went to Jill Farren Phelps and asked her about redoing the scripts because they really didn’t do a very good job of really addressing the long history between the two characters of Neil and Malcolm. So, these scripts that they did shoot was a major improvement over what they originally had to work with. I… Read more »

Michael
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These two days with Shemar Moore back as Malcolm was superb and sublime! Wow! Talk about mining the long history between these two characters and the actor’s themselves as well. Neil finally coming to terms and acknowledging FINALLY that he is scared that he will never be able to see again had me in tears. Kristoff St. John had better get an Emmy nomination next year. If not, he will have been robbed. This is a fantastic storyline for Kristoff and I can see the Academy handing him an Emmy nod next spring.

Addison
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I agree with your every word, Michael. I have to admit that I never thought Mr. St. John was much of an actor but those two episodes with his brother proved me wrong.
Those scenes reminded me of what hooked many of us onto soaps in the first place.

A Baptiste
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Because of Shemar’s work in primetime and films his actor’s energy now has game and brought up all around him. Same thing with Meredith Baxter, may I add. It’s not the soap stars’ faults per se, but the recent jolt on Y & R has been exhilerating and fascinating…yep, everyone rose to the occassion.

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SATURDAY: Day of Days 2020 Virtual Fan Event

Days of our Lives fans from all the United States and abroad are counting down till this Saturday, November 21st for the first-ever Day of Days virtual fan event.

The annual NBC fanfest usually held live is this year adapting to the changes and challenges due to the coronavirus pandemic, and thus the network along with the iconic 55-year-old soap opera are offering a free online event with a brand new event site to engage with and watch content throughout the entire day.

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Simply log on to DayofDays2020.com to watch … and follow along for show information on the official Days of our Lives social media accounts on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as well.   Below is a breakdown by day-part of what fans can expect.

 

 

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The festivities kick-off at 10 am EST/7 am PST.  The cast will appear in various Q&A sessions where they will banter with each other and answer some of your burning questions, plus there will be quizzes and trivia challenges; a virtual behind-the-scenes set tour with an exclusive look at Salem in 2020; “at-home” content with cast members; and much more.

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Look for the following to participate in the day-long celebration: Deidre Hall, Drake Hogestyn, Brandon Barash, Robert Scott Wilson, Lauren Koslow, Josh Taylor, Marci Miller, Billy Flynn, Emily O’Brien, Cady McClain, Matthew Ashford, Judi Evans, Wally Kurth, Mary Beth Evans, Stephen Nichols, James Reynolds, Sal Stowers, Lamon Archey, Nadia Bjorlin, Mike Manning, Paul Telfer, Linsey Godfrey, Camila Banus, Isabel Durant, Lindsay Arnold, Bill Hayes, Susan Seaforth Hayes, Eric Martsolf, Arianne Zucker, Stacy Haiduk, Brandon Beemer, Martha Madison, John Aniston, Jay Kenneth Johnson, Lucas Adams, Suzanne Rogers, Galen Gering, Tamara Braun, and Bryan Dattilo.

So, are you excited to watch Day of Days 2020 direct from your homes? Comment below.

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Jane Elliot Makes Another Return to General Hospital

Tracy Quartermaine is coming home for the holidays when Daytime Emmy-winner and enduring fan favorite, Jane Elliot reprises her signature role on General Hospital.

According to the very latest Soap Opera Digest, look for Monica (Leslie Charleson) to summon Tracy back to Port Charles to deal with the trouble Tracy’s son, Ned (Wally Kurth) is finding himself in.

How will Tracy’s return effect what’s been going down with ELQ?  Stay tuned.

Elliot, was last seen on the show in 2019 during holiday time, after she had exited the series for her retirement back in 2017.  Jane began portraying the one and only Tracy back in 1978

During her last visit, Jane also participated in the GH version of A Christmas Carol, which was one of GH’s Emmy-nominated drama episodes in the running for the Outstanding Drama Series prize this past June.

So, excited to see Jane back on your screens very shortly? Comment below.

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Ryan Phillippe Opens Up About How Parents Shunned Him For Taking On Gay Role On One Life to Live & Part In ‘Cruel Intentions’

Ryan Phillippe has been in the entertainment news cycle this week. First, for the shocking premiere episode of Big Sky in which he is/was headlining (read more about that here) and also about his very candid remarks on the KFC Podcast.

During his interview (which you can watch the remarks below), Ryan shared that because of his religious upbringing his parents shunned him, most especially after his role in the comedy Cruel Intentions.

However, it all started when Phillippe first landed on our TV screens as the young Billy Douglas on One Life to Live – Billy was the first gay teenager ever portrayed on a daytime soap opera, and to this day this storyline remains one of the most groundbreaking for the genre.

 

In the conversation with the KFC Podcast, Ryan expressed:  “I’d grown up going to Baptist school, Christian school, and stuff. My first role ever, though, coming out of the Christian school when I was a senior in high school, I played the first gay character on a soap opera … the first gay teenager, ever. So I was shunned at that point, so they were already out of the picture.”

Then at 23, Ryan’s big follow-up role also sat badly with his religions parents when he landed in the 1999 film, Cruel Intentions in the role of Sebastian Valmont,  The film also starred former All My Children star, Sarah Michelle Gellar (Ex-Kendall) as well.  The cult movie featured a kiss between Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair; while Joshua Jackson played a gay role.  Phillippe was remembered for a nude scene and his character kissing his stepsister in the film.

Phillippe shared he would love to return to a role in the vein of Sebastian. “I’ve still never played a character like that since.  I’m dabbling in comedies here and there, I’m doing a lot of comedy stuff.  But I want to get back to playing a character like Sebastian in Cruel Intentions. It was just so fun to be so flippant and theatrical.”

Check out the podcast conversation below, followed by the key scenes where Billy tells his parents he is gay from One Life to Live. 

Then in the comment section, share your thoughts on Ryan’s comments and if you loved him as Billy on One Life.

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