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THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS: Nick and Sharon Band Together to Help Faith in Crisis Reminiscent of Cassie Tragedy

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This week on Y&R, Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Sharon (Sharon Case) are brought back to the horrific tragedy of their beloved late daughter, Cassie, who died following complications from a car accident almost 15 years ago.

Now in 2021, their daughter Faith (Alyvia Alyn Lind) is at the epicenter of a catfishing charade and is cyper-bullied from other kids and classmates and goes MIA.

Faith, who previously has been turning to booze, then begins to drink out of a liquor bottle and has limited experience with getting behind the wheel of a car, a set-up for potential disaster.

 

Joshua Morrow, who spoke with Soap Opera Digest in their latest issue on newsstands now about the story teased, that Nick and Sharon try to track Faith down.  Morrow shared: “They’re the worst possible factors imaginable for your child to be in.  Nick and Sharon are desperate to find Faith, but they’ve been through this path before with Cassie. Will tragedy strike again?”

Check out this week’s promo from Y&R below.  In addition, below that ,check out the Michael Fairman Channel interview last summer when during Covid-19, the CBS Daytime drama series rebroadcast the episode of Cassie’s Death, and Michael spoke with Sharon Case, Joshua Morrow and Camryn Grimes (Ex-Cassie, now Mariah) about the emotional story.

Then, let us know what you think of this storypoint? Do you hope this brings Sharon and Nick closer again? Do you hope Faith will be alright? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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Scott (ATWT Fan)
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This just feels recycled and half-assed if I am being honest. If you cannot come up with something original and worthwhile, maybe you should not be in the position you’re in. #JustSaying

And considering this is an exit storyline to Alyvia Alyn Lind, I would like to thank her for growing up on our screens and for the hard work she’s dedicated to the role of Faith Newman.

Celia
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Celia

Agreed!! Either bring Nick and Sharon together and stop the torment.—or just cut-it-out!!
This is a replay of the “Cassie accident”— redundant, to say the least.
By the same token, Sharon and Nick were IT for me back in the day. I loved them as a couple.

Soaphound
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Soaphound

Well, the symmetry of the Cassie redux story is interesting to me, but not Nick and Sharon AGAIN. How many men can she dangle at once? Wait, don’t answer that. I like Sharon with Adam/Mark; they have a real spark. I don’t like Adam being set up AGAIN so soon after the Alissa/Chance shooting. Faith has been through the wringer, no doubt, and my hope is that this will bring everyone closer. Maybe even Adam could somehow help Faith…some redemption is due there.

Jamesj75
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Jamesj75

I see that the resident fact checker is speculating again and castigating others (in a different thread) for voicing their own speculation. And the world turns…

Scott (ATWT Fan)
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Scott (ATWT Fan)

James, if you’ve got something to say to ME, say it to ME and not in some really childish, playground manner. In what way have I voiced “my own speculation?” Don’t be so childish. It isn’t cute.

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Violet Lemm

As we welcome Reylyn Caster,I will always think of Alyvia Alyn as Faith. We watched her grow up as Faith, and the young Dolly Parton was unforgettable. All the very best to her in the future. I think this young star can achieve anything she goes for!

Gigi
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Gigi

I think replaying similar circumstances to Cassie’s death is lazy writing by Josh Griffith, not to mention extremely cruel to Sharon and Nick. Come on already, come up with something new. No one wants to see them reliving Cassie’s accident with Faith. But after all these years, I do think the shared heartache of what’s happened to Faith and the pull of family should bring Sharon and Nick back together. With most any other couple co-parenting would be enough, but not with these two, a past and still beloved super couple. They have way too much hot chemistry and history… Read more »

Celia
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Celia

This is good–now, if only Sharon and Nick would be a coüple again. But, I doubt it —-Sharon and Mark are an item in real life–ergo, chances are they will be “involved” on the show—if Chelsea is caught as the baddie who poisened Ray, that is, she will soon be history, I hope.
It’s no secret I can barely stand the character–
I must say, I am so disappointed to see the role of Faith be recast. ….Love her.

Soaphound
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Soaphound

Oh Celia, after all that melodramatic voice-over hype, I thought Chelsea would at least have some ingenious plan that I could get behind (even though I like Adam) and enjoy watching play out. No such luck. Poisoning an innocent police detective? Really? What’s fun about that? That’s a lot worse than kissing Sharon, isn’t it? And she’s dragged Chloe into it, even though Chloe didn’t even want ADAM hurt physically, let alone Rey! Sorry, I’m on Team Adam, especially if he gets to stick it to loathsome Billy and manipulative, humorless Victoria in the boardroom.

Celia
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Celia

Hey, Soaphound—-I think Chelsea is on her way out. I may be wrong, but why would TPTB go through this elaborate, criminal scheme if not to oust the character? Good riddance, as far as I’m concerned. Worse than kissing Sharon? HaHa—you’re a riot!! Chloe? Yeah, I don’t get that!! You’re right—why drag her into it?? Is she off to the hoosegow, too? Partners in crime and all—- I agree about Billy—-never liked Thompson’s “version” of the character—but, we are partial to Billy Miller and no one else will do. I used to love Victoria—-the character has changed ….for the worse.… Read more »

Soaphound
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Soaphound

I know, Celia. Victoria used to be my favorite female character. Now, we’re to swallow the preposterous idea that NO OTHER MAN IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD can replace this smug, humorless, vindictive version of Billy? Sorry, does not compute. What was also really funny to me was Chelsea going with minimal makeup UNTIL she started sticking it to Adam. Just who exactly decided, “Oh, Chelsea needs lip gloss today”?

Celia
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Celia

PS—Soaphound—Do you like Lily with Billy? I wish Daniel would return—loved their little, big supercouple romance ( pardon the oxymoron)—-Thompson does not light any fires. No spark with either Lily or Phyllis. I wasn’t watching GH when he was on the show—did he always have this “duh” personality? Christel Khalil appeared in “Matilda”—I was ten years old when the movie came put—-she was beautiful even as a kid. We’re about the same age and I thought she was all that. She and Thompson are as mismatched as Finn and Anna on GH!! I can see Lily with Adam, the brooding,… Read more »

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Su000

Celia– Who is with whom makes little difference..
Most of the staring couples end up back where they began.
Victoria and Billy will eventually reunite, sigh..
I never cared for Lilly, she’s too phony for me- but many like her.
Anyways- every single couple on Y&R is horrible,
including Rey and Sharon..
It’s all the same story with all of them..
By spring’s end, Sharon and Adam will reunite..
And, again, Phillis and the boring guy are back doing the nasty.(replete/recycling of couples is Y&R–
I agree; grandma Anna is horrible with Finn-

Celia
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Celia

Ahh, SusieQ—you crack me up, as usual. You say what’s on your mind, and that’s what I love about you—-we are so alike!! Thompson should take a hike—so far, there has been nothing about his performace as Billy which ingratiates him to me. As I said, I was not familiar with the actor until Y&R. You are probably right assuming that original couples end up together more often than not. Look at Victor and Nikki. The soap is not worth watching any longer—- yet, I do watch out of habit and because of my addiction to soaps—three for me. I… Read more »

Soaphound
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Soaphound

Dear Celia, I’m afraid I don’t like this Billy with anyone. And yes, his Patrick on GH was smug and sanctimonious also. He was always chiding Robin over her friendships with Sonny and Jason. Bore, bore, bore. No, he and Lily are a zero for me. I also liked the star-crossed Daniel & Lily story. I admit to rooting for Adam because Mark Grossman is so surprisingly great in the role. He had tough shoes to fill and, for me, he’s exceeded even Michael Muhney. And where are Kevin, Gloria, Paul, Jill, Ashley, Traci, etc.? Finally, and I’m truly sorry… Read more »

Celia
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Celia

Soaphound, I have finally come to see why you sing nuAdam’s praises—–he is truly outstanding. By the same token, I think Y&R is a mess these days. It just pains me to see him with Sharon, nonetheless, even real life takes weird turns, at times. I suppose age should not stand in the way of true love, right?? Sharon still looks old enough to be his mother. Whatever turns them on—-live and let live.. Yup—-Moses “ain’t gonna part no Red Sea”— he’s cute, albeit very insipid. Who knows, he may eventually surprise us. Billy needs to be replaced—-for the umpteenth… Read more »

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GH’s Nancy Lee Grahn to be Featured in Alexis-Centric Episode to Mark Her Upcoming 25 Years on the ABC Daytime Drama

She is a two Daytime Emmy-winning actress, and one of the best that has ever graced the soap genre, and now General Hospital’s Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis) will have an episode devoted to her, and her soap opera alter-ego, next week on the ABC daytime drama series.

The episode has been scheduled to air on Wednesday, April 7th.

Grahn will celebrate her 25th anniversary with GH in September, but as the imminent milestone draws near, and with Alexis in story getting ready to begin a three-year stint in Pentonville, it sets up plenty of drama for the former legal eagle of Port Charles; who has had an enduring battle with booze.

 

According to Nancy, who spoke with Soap Opera Digest in their latest issue on newsstands now, “I will say that she (Alexis) knows she can’t stop drinking unless she faces her life as it really is and not as she’s faked it thus far, and she is perhaps forcing a brutal bottom in order for her to rise again from the ashes.”

Viewers can look for Alexis to interact with many characters, plus a brand new character, and her on-screen daughters within the episode.

Grahn added to what fans will see, “I feel like this show is not so much about what Alexis discovers, but how that discovery and resolution will affect the heart of so many who watch it.  I feel that many will relate in a personal way.”

So, excited to see the Alexis-centric episode featuring Nancy? Comment below.

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GENERAL HOSPITAL: What Does Franco Have Planned For Peter … The Ultimate Revenge?

This week on General Hospital, the story picks back up on the night of the double-wedding debacle for Maxie (Kirsten Storms) and Peter (Wes Ramsey), and Anna (Finola Hughes) and Finn (Michael Easton).

Last week’s Friday cliffhanger saw Franco (Roger Howarth) taking a crowbar to Peter’s head and knocking him out after realizing the voice in his head was that of Peter’s.

Meanwhile, Maxie who is in the hospital trying to ensure the safety of her unborn baby with Peter, is getting an earful on how far his deception has gone, and from all the people she knows and trusts.  Now, Anna (Finola Hughes) comes to see her God-daughter in the latest promo from ABC.

But the twist that many may, or may not, have seen coming is that Franco has taken Peter and tied him up which looks eerily familiar from when Franco’s mind-mapping took place and he was turned into Drew.

With Franco’s growing brain tumor, what is he capable of doing to Peter? Will he exact the perfect revenge on the guy?

Watch the latest teaser below.

Now weigh-in: what do you think Franco will do next? Share your theories in the comment section.

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL: Once and for All, Did Vinny Swap the Paternity Tests of Steffy’s Baby? Finn and Thomas Want to Know!

Weeks later we are all still begging for the answer to this question. Did Vinny, who now somehow works in the hospital lab, switch the paternity tests of Steffy’s (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) unborn baby in an effort to help his friend Thomas (Matthew Atkinson) get closer to Hope (Annika Noelle)?

Coming up this week on CBS’ The Bold and the Beautiful look for Thomas to once again confront his friend and so will Finn (Tanner Novlan) who also may be putting two and two together!

In the meantime, spoilers this week for B&B indicate that Steffy makes a sudden life-changing announcement to Ridge (Thorsten Kaye), and as we know Daytime Emmy winner, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood in real-life just gave birth to her second child, so her maternity leave has to be written into the script while keeping the story going.

Most soap fans are now betting that Finn will be the actual bio-dad, not Liam (Scott Clifton), and if Thomas does the admirable thing here it just might actually bring him closer to Hope than if he were to cover up the switch along with Vinny.

Watch the latest promo from B&B below.  Then let us know, how do you want this paternity pickle to play out? Share your thoughts in the comment section.

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