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Y&R Recap – July 12 – July 16th

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After Victoria proclaims her love for Billy, Victor makes it clear that he is disappointed in her daughter’s choice before leaving. Billy thinks Victoria was joking and is stunned when it becomes clear that she wasn’t. Meanwhile, Nick tells Nikki that Phyllis left him. Phyllis shows up at her penthouse and tells Sharon that she left Nick and that she wants her place back. Later, Sharon is shocked by Phyllis’s pronouncement and tells Phyllis that she and Faith will be out by tonight. Sharon isn’t ready to face what Phyllis already knows; that Sharon will go straight to Nick. After the commotion Skye made in the courtroom, Owen tells Heather that she is taking over Adam’s case. Skye introduces Adam to his new attorney, Vance Abrams, just as Adam’s arraignment begins and Vance asks the judge to allow Adam bail so that he can go home. Heather and Chance are stunned when the judge actually allows Adam bail. Later, Skye tells Adam that before she posts his bail she wants him to marry her but before Adam can give her an answer Heather arrives, wanting to talk to Adam, alone. Trying to process Victoria’s statement of love, Billy decides to ask Victoria out on a first date. Meanwhile, Victor is venting his frustration to Nikki about Victoria’s declaration of love to Billy and he says that the Newmans have no business associating with the Abbotts, which Abby overhears and takes to heart. Later, Abby confronts her father about his speech as Victor does the same about Abby’s RS cover. Moments later, a reporter from Celebrity Weekly arrives to interview Abby and asks Victor how he feels about her sex tape, which blind sides Victor. While looking for Phyllis at the club, Nick runs into Sharon. Sharon tells him that Phyllis is at the penthouse and is stung by Nick’s vehemence that he and Phyllis will work out their relationship. Meanwhile, Phyllis thinks back on her life and how she and Nick came together to fall in love. Billy brings Victoria to an arcade for their date and Victoria plays it off as though she isn’t pleased with the venue, at first, until she lets her hair down and the two both start acting like big kids, playing games. Later, Billy watches Victoria as she plays and touched to see just how truly happy she really is. Heather tells Adam just how disgusting he truly is but it doesn’t faze him and when she leaves Heather runs into Skye. Heather assures Skye that Adam is using her too but Skye doesn’t seem to mind or care. Later, Skye tells Adam that she bailed his bail and Adam thinks he is free until Skye brings in a Justice of the Peace and asks him if he can live up to his end of the bargain. Meanwhile, Heather is touched by how protective Chance is as they talk about Adam. Victor nearly hits the roof as Abby tells him about the sex tape and plays it off as though she wasn’t involved in leaking. Abby plays the victim in front of the reporter and drags him out of the club just as Victor gets the call about Adam getting out on bail. Meanwhile, the JOP declares Adam and Skye husband and wife and they set off to see some long lost “friends.” As their night is winding down, Billy uses a picture strip to tell Victoria that he loves her too. Meanwhile, Nick shows up at the penthouse to fight for Phyllis but she tells him that she is done, no matter what. Sharon has too much space in Nick’s heart and she can’t and won’t do it anymore. She says goodbye to Nick and closes the door on him and their marriage.

Later, just as Sharon and Nikki tell Victor about Nick and Phyllis’s separation, Adam arrives with Skye and introduces her to the awaiting crowd as his wife. As Adam is toasting to his new bride and sticking it to his family at the same time, Victor, Nikki and Sharon watch on in disgust. Nick arrives, fresh off his break up with Phyllis and sees Adam with Skye. Nick nearly gives Adam a black eye until Sharon steps in to stop it. Adam apologizes to Sharon and tells her that he still loves her, which infuriates Skye. Billy and Victoria arrive to the festivities as Adam and Skye move off to their table and Sharon and Nikki go to theirs. Nikki tells Sharon that she knows what Sharon is doing and it needs to stop. While talking to a new designer about her father, Lauren struggles to reconcile the man she knew with the man he was. Cane and Jill worry that Lily is pushing herself too hard to be with the twins when she should be taking care of herself right now. While at the arcade, Billy calls his mom to check in and ends up talking to Cane, who tells him that Lily isn’t doing so well. Billy comes up with a plan to help Lily, which involves her leaving the hospital. Cane surprises Lily with a little party at the arcade with J.T., Mac, Devon and Roxanne. During the celebration, J.T. notices that Mac isn’t really in the party mood. Mac asks J.T. to take her to see the twins so that she can say goodbye. Later, Jill steps on Lauren’s toes with the designer when she introduces herself as Jill Fenmore.

Victor makes a pronouncement at the club that Adam is a cold-blooded murder and that every time he enters a restaurant he shouldn’t be served, no one in Genoa City should help him in any way. Adam shrugs it off until he realizes that the “mob” is turning on him. Meanwhile, Sharon asks Nick if he can watch Faith for the evening and when he inquires if she is alright she gets upset with him and leaves. Victoria sees the exchange and tells Nick that she doesn’t blame Phyllis for leaving him. Jill and Lauren face off when Jill tries to tell Lauren how to do business. Lauren loses her temper with Jill and tells her that she doesn’t want her as business partner, a friend or a sister. Later, Jill tells Morgan that she is ready to move forward with her lawsuit and Morgan informs her that she found something about Neil Fenmore that she may find very interesting. Victoria gets Nick to admit that he is still in love with two people and tells him that he needs to find out who he is on his own because that is the only way he will know who he is meant to be with. Meanwhile, as Sharon is at confession a P.I. stands nearby listening. Later, Adam gets a call and tells Skye that he is leaving. Skye runs into Nick after Adam leaves her alone and Nick wonders what could make Adam leave his new bride along on their wedding night. Meanwhile, Sharon walks out of the confessional and comes face to face with Adam. As Mac watches the twins she admits to J.T. that she feels cheated for losing them. J.T. lets Mac breakdown in his arms as she finally feels the loss of the twins. Meanwhile, Cane and Lily are full of hope for their future as they take about bringing the twins back to the arcade one day. Jack is stunned to find Phyllis at the penthouse when he arrives looking for Sharon and learns that she left Nick. Meanwhile, Skye tells Nick that Adam left the club and Skye’s obvious jealous tells Nick everything he needs to know about where Adam went. At the church, Adam tells Sharon that he merely came to pray but Sharon doesn’t believe him for a second and is disappointed that he is yet again lying to her. Later, Nick calls Victoria to ask her to watch Faith and Victoria has to admit that she is upstairs at the club with Billy. Tucker goes to check in with Ashley and tells her that Adam is never going to hurt her ever again. He asks her come stay with him in order to protect her. Daniel tells Abby that she was right about the cover that it helped get him work and made him “cool by association.” He convinces her doing the cover the “tame” way was the right way to go and offers to paint her in the nude again but Abby slips out coyly and decides to start playing hard to get. Later, as Tucker is telling Ashley how much he admires her; Abby walks in and interrupts the moment. Phyllis talks to Jack about leaving Nick and admits that although it was one of the most difficult choices she has ever had to make, she knows it was the right one. Meanwhile, Adam tries to explain to Sharon about his marriage to Skye but she doesn’t want to hear it. She tells him that she will never be able to forgive him. Later, as Phyllis is finding comfort in Jack the two end up in a kiss and just as it is about to break into full fledge passion both Jack and Phyllis breaking into laughter. Billy and Victoria are playful as they baby sit Faith together. Adam tries to reach out to Sharon and get her to admit her feelings just as Nick arrives and the tension rises between the brothers. Adam tries to bait Nick when he tells him that he kissed Sharon in Brazil and she kissed him back but Sharon steps in and tells them both that she doesn’t need either one of them. Later, Sharon leaves the brothers to fight it out and when Nick asks Adam if Sharon called out his name when Sharon was in bed with Adam, Adam suddenly attacks Nick. Tucker asks Ashley about what is happening between them and leaves it up to her to decide whether or not to explore it. Ashley tells him that she is open to seeing where it goes. Meanwhile, Abby shows up at Daniel’s again and allows him to sketch her in the nude, which leads them to passionate kiss and making love. Later, Ashley and Tucker end up making love.

Nikki and Victor are surprised when Meggie shows up at their front door. As Jack and Phyllis wish each other, at the ranch, Meggie faint into Victor’s arms. Sharon stops by to pick up Faith and reminds Victoria that Billy has set out to destroy the Newmans and ends up ruining they playful evening for a moment. After she is gone, Billy manages to get Victoria back in the mood with a few tickles and a good joke. Later, Adam finds Skye waiting for him at their suite at the club and the two explode into a moment of passionate sex. Nick stops by to apologize to Sharon and tells her that he is fearful for her safety now that Adam is out on bail. Meanwhile, Skye tells Adam that she and Vance have a plan to salvage his image but Adam isn’t so sure that it’s possible. Sharon tells Nick that every time he charges in to save the day it only proves to her how little faith he has in her. Nick tells Sharon that was never his intention, that he trusts her, its Adam he doesn’t trust. Later, Skye lays out her plans for Adam but it’s her intentions that Adam is more interested in. As Nina and Paul share a meal, they talk about their mutual worry for their children’s safety. Meanwhile, as Heather and Chance are waiting to get a warrant, Chloe stops by to pick a date for their wedding but before they can settle on a final date, Heather gets the call and they have to take off. Later, Nina teases Paul as they shop at Fenmore’s and playfully flirt. Meanwhile, Chance and Heather tell the warden that he is to comply with the warrant and clear out all the cells immediately. Meggie comes downstairs to Nikki and Victor just as Victor gets a call and leaves the two women to size each other up. Meggie admits to Nikki that she made a pass at Victor in Canada just as Victor comes back and finds himself caught between the woman he has and the woman that wants him. Meggie tells them that Shaw and his friends shot up her bar in order to get pay back and then went to her home which is when she decided to jump on a bus and come to Genoa City. Victor and Nikki welcome their home to Meggie after everything she did to help Victor and Nick, although, Nikki is cautious about it. Jana and Kevin end up working at the coffeehouse during the same shift and when Ryder stops by to drop off Jana’s phone tensions rise. Jana decides it would be best if she and Ryder leave together just as Chloe arrives and wonders what Jana is doing with Ryder in the first place. Later, Ryder continues to lie to Jana about his “job” and instead takes her out on a date. At the coffeehouse, as Chloe and Kevin are talking, Allison stops by to get some coffee. Chloe asks Kevin who she is and encourages Kevin to go out with her again. At the club, Sharon, Nick and Faith are having breakfast as a family as Nick tells Sharon that he will respect her boundaries from now on. Moments later, Adam and Skye arrive and Adam is caught by the scene of the happy family. Sharon loses her appetite after Adam approaches their table and makes a few spiteful comments and Sharon decides to take Faith and leave. Later, Skye tells Adam that they are starting a hedge fund and with her smarts and the Newman name nothing can stop them. Upstairs, Sharon tells Nick that she can’t stay in town and that she is leaving Genoa City. Nick acquiesces to Sharon’s request to let her leave town for awhile just as he gets a call about a new hedge fund called “The Newman Fund” and has no idea what it is but is sure to find out. After the shopping is over, Paul and Nina end up making love. Meanwhile, after coming up empty handed at the prison, Owen shows up at Chance and Heather’s studio furious, demanding to know what they were thinking. Heather and Chance tell him that they didn’t find anything, literally, nothing and that has to mean there is a leak somewhere. Owen tells them that if they find anything to bring it him or Ronan immediately and if they pull another stunt like this they will be out of jobs. Later, Chance tells Heather he completely screwed up and Heather reassures him that he didn’t and that he is the best man she has ever known. Their attraction can no longer be denied and they finally end up in a passionate kiss, which leads them to making love. Nearby, a microphone catches everything. Meanwhile, as Paul and Nina are making love, Christine arrives at Paul’s door. Jana is stunned when the police show up with an arrest warrant for Ryder. Victor tells Nikki that he is having Meggie checked out, just to make sure she is who she says she is.
As Nina and Paul scramble to get dressed, they are surprised to hear Cricket’s voice coming from the next room and Cricket is even more surprised when they come out of the bedroom together and it’s clear what she interrupted. Later, Paul gets a call and has to take off leaving to the two women alone and Nina has to ask Cricket if she is okay with her being with Paul. Cricket assures Nina that everything is fine and they immediately launch into a casual conversation about Nina’s life and Chance’s engagement. Victor tells Nikki that Michael called the authorities in Ottawa but didn’t get very far and it seems they believe Meggie set up the shooting of her bar so they need to be wary of her for now. As Nikki and Victor are discussing Meggie’s intentions, Meggie walks into the room wearing only a man’s button down shirt because her clothes are in the laundry. Victor tells Meggie that she can stay at the ranch until they get things sorted out but asks her to put on something more suitable. The police tell Jana that Ryder is wanted to breaking and entering and burglary as she lets them into their room at the club. When they find Ryder isn’t there, Jana refuses to let them search the room and when she is along, Jana immediately starts searching herself. She is disappointed when she finds an expensive piece hidden away. Meanwhile, Chloe tries to push Kevin to go out with Allison as she consider going to visit Chance, who is in the middle of making love to Heather. Later, Kevin makes Chloe see that she’s being clingy so she calls Chance instead and comes up with a story to get him to come over, unaware of what is going on next door. As Chance sees Chloe’s message the guilt is evident on his face and he apologizes to Heather just as Ronan arrives and confronts them about their actions at the jail. After Ronan and Chance have it out and Ronan leaves, Heather wonders if Ronan could be the dirty cop. Victor asks Paul to run a background check on Meggie and found out what he can on the woman who is sharing a home with Nikki. Paul tells Victor that Nikki always put Victor first and Victor probably didn’t even consider Nikki’s feelings before allowing Meggie to stay with them and Victor is affected by Paul’s words and Nikki’s love for Victor. Meanwhile, Nikki makes it clear to Meggie that Victor is off limits. When Chance runs into Chloe in the hallway, Chance can’t reciprocate her need for romance because his guilt over what happened with Heather. Meanwhile, Ronan listens to Heather’s conversation with Owen about him from a bug he planted in her apartment. Later, Chance tries to tell Chloe the truth as she is trying to seduce him but he is unable to come up with an explanation or break her heart. In their apartment, Heather tells Chance that Owen wouldn’t take Ronan off the case just as Chance tells Heather that he couldn’t tell Chloe the truth. Jana calls Kevin for help finding Ryder and when Kevin realizes that Ryder bolted because the cops are looking for him, Kevin tells Jana he is going to hack into Ryder’s service provider and try to get the GPS on his phone. Kevin tells Jana he isn’t going to lose his business because of his no good brother. Later, Jana finds Ryder in their room and Ryder asks Jana to run with him and after a moments consideration Jana decides to go. Outside their room, the security cameras catch them leaving. Paul arrives back at his apartment just as Nina decides to take off and give him time to catch up with Cricket. Things are a little awkward between them as they try to be casual about what she walked in on earlier. Later, as Christine is leaving Paul asks if things are okay between them and Chris assures him that they are but outside she lets her raw emotions show for a moment. Meanwhile, Heather and Chance wonder is Ronan has been spying on them and Ronan realizes that he is busted. Chance and Heather search the room and find the bug and realize that Ronan has heard more than they want him to. Ronan makes a mysterious call and says that they need to get rid of Chance. Nikki is shocked when Victor presents her with an engagement ring. Victor asks Nikki to marry him. Nina returns to Paul’s and Paul tells Nina that they need to take Chris’s word that she is happy for them. Meanwhile, Chris reveals that she is in G.C. to help warn someone they are in danger and she is there to help.

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THE BACHELOR Season Premiere: Is Matt James Destined to be the Best in Franchise History? The First Impression Rose Is Given Out

On Monday’s premiere episode of the highly-anticipated seasons of The Bachelor, viewers finally saw groundbreaking lead ‘Bachelor’ Matt James in action.

James, became the first black ‘Bachelor’ in the reality-dating competition 25-year history.

It kicks-off for viewers getting an introduction into Matt’s upbringing: He’s biracial and was raised by a single mother in North Carolina. He played college football at Wake Forest University, lives in New York City and works in real estate, and volunteers a lot of his time with under-privileged children.

As pressure began to mount (right before the ladies drove up in their limos to meet Matt), he asked to talk to host, Chris Harrison, because some things were weighing heavily on him including: not wanting to let people down, knowing this was a moment in TV history.  Matt expressed to Chris: “I don’t want to piss off black people, I don’t want to piss off white people,” trying to figure how to navigate the season.

Throughout the episode, Matt’s nerves, honesty, and a request of himself and to the women, to be open through this journey, seem to serve him well, which left viewers with a solid first impression of him during the premiere.  He also led the women in a prayer before the first cocktail party kicked-off!

Speaking of the women, there are 32 this season that are vying for the final rose – the largest contingent ever.  Everyone was said to have quarantined for weeks and took four COVID-19 tests with hopes of getting to get up close and personal with Matt.  The entire season moved to a an expansive mansion and set-up in Pennsylvania, not Hollywood.

While there were so many cringe-worthy moments of the women trying to impress Matt when they first meet him … let’s not forget Katie with the vibrator dubbed “MJ”, or  Victoria who walks around calling herself “The Queen” and being the most annoying… we could already sense some possible connections with the others.

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Making ‘Bachelor’ history also was contestant, Abigail Heringer.  She is the first deaf contestant to ever appear on the franchise.   Matt was very taken with Abigail in the season premiere with her beauty and her honesty.  Right off the bat, she admitted to him that she was deaf.  Later, during the cocktail party and some one-on-one time, she also revealed that her older sister is deaf as well. Both were born with congenital hearing loss, and both underwent cochlear implantation surgery

Matt then shares his first real on-screen kiss with Abigail, and next went searching for the first impression rose, while all the other gals got jealous.  He gave the rose to Abigail.   Next, it was time for the first rose ceremony and we can’t understand (well, we can .. they need someone to stir the pot) why “The Queen” Victoria received a rose and is still in the running, but that’s another story.  Some potential picks such as Bri, Mari, Chelsea and Kristin could be in it for the long-haul, but we shall see.

The episode concluded with another promo of all the tears and drama from the gals and Matt as this season continues next Monday night.

So, what was your first impression of Matt as The Bachelor? Abigail as the women who received the first impression rose? Who do you think will win Matt’s heart in the end? Any early predictions? Comment below.

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THE BACHELORETTE Season Finale: Zac Puts A Ring On It As Tayshia Gets Her Man

The pandemic version of the hit reality-dating series franchise, The Bachelorette, had a few major twists.  First, that in the middle of the season the lead ‘Bachelorette’ had to be switched out, when Clare Crawley found love early with Dale Moss and exited the show.

Enter Tayshia Adams, who then started her own journey with the men who were still part of Clare’s season and a few others brought in to add to the mix.

The entire production had to be quarantined and shot in one location in Palm Springs, California.  Even the hometown dates were in Palm Springs as family members from the men still in the competition were brought there.  So with limited locales, the season was not always big and splashy, but in the end, and on the second night of the two-night season finale, you could not have asked for a sweeter ending and proposal between Zac Clark and Tayshia.

So how did Tayshia and Zac end up together?  Here’s a brief rundown from last night’s two-hour season finale:

With Ben back in the mix and asking for a second chance, (after he could not tell Tayshia the last time that he loved her, he did so now), she invites him to the rose ceremony, where Ivan and Zac, who were the two last men standing, were in for a shock.

At the ceremony, Tayshia asks to talk to Ivan privately. She takes him aside and tells him she has concerns over religion from their overnight date, so much so that she does not think they can go any further and she sends him home.  That means, Tayshia gives her two roses to her finalists: Zac and Ben,

On her last date with Zac prior to the final rose ceremony, Tayshia is not herself when the couple go to a dance class together.  Her anxiety is getting the best of her and it was hard to tell if she was just not feeling Zac anymore, as she is now for Ben, or if she is just getting jitters over the whole process. Later, away from the dancing, Zac and Tayshia have a heart-to-heart, where she is worried what happens if something changes between them, (since she was previously divorced, as was he) and that he does not want her anymore?  Zac said calmly, “No matter what, I’m not going anywhere.”  That helped put Tayshia’s mind at ease, somewhat!

Next, she has made a decision to tell Ben, it’s over between them.  She sits him down and tells him she has stronger feelings for Zac.  Ben shares, “I was excited to be back, I was really hopeful that we would be together.  When you love somebody, you want them to be happy.”  So with that, he realizes it’s time to pack it up, sharing with the cameras that he believed their lives would have been so good together.

Zac is choosing an emerald diamond to give Tayshia from Neil Lane (of course, at this juncture, he has no idea that Ben has been sent home).  Then, we see both Zac and Tayshia getting ready for the big proposal day.  Will she accept Zac’s proposal … doubts swirling through her head and all?

As the final rose ceremony began, Zac delivered a heart-tugging speech which included: “The first conversation we ever had by our fountain, we talked about how everything happens for a reason. I came here because I was supposed to meet you, I came here because I was supposed to fall in love with you. Nothing has ever felt so right in my entire life. I love you, Tayshia. We spoke of the importance of loyalty, and I will always be loyal to you.”

Tayshia finally and fully let her guard down and shared to Zac; “I know that I told you that I love you, but it’s more than that. It’s this wild, wild love that I’ve tried to come up with so many reasons to not believe, and you have truly made me believe that there doesn’t have to be flaws, and that I deserve love with a man who won’t run away. I love you, Zac Clark.”

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As Tayshia is sobbing as Zac gets down on one knee, she says “Yes” to his proposal, and to make it official she gives Zac the final rose which he accepts. Next, they ride off into the sunset in a symbolic cardboard taxi to New York City where Zac lives.

On Wednesday, Tayshia and Zac made their first TV appearance together since their engagement four months ago.  They told Good Morning America that they were looking forward to dating and taking it one step at a time, and that Tayshia will be bi-coastal for now, but spending time on the east coast with Zac over the holidays.

So, happy that Tayshia chose Zac? Share you thoughts on this unpredictable season and last night’s episode via the comment section below.

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Y&R’s Jason Thompson Delivers the ‘Power Performance of the Week”

Last week, daytime drama offered up some stellar performances.  We had General Hospital’s Sydney Miykala (Trina) and Jeff Kober (Cyrus) being given some very emotional material and playing the heck out of it, and we had The Young and the Restless, Jason Thompson in what was to be his third standalone episode during his run as Billy Abbott.  Scenes from his last standalone episode helped win Jason the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series Award at the Daytime Emmys this past June.

While there has been a very mixed-bag of reviews from fans of the writing of this standalone episode, one thing remains true –  that if given the ball, Thompson will bring the complexities needed to it, make it work, and in-turn make the audience feel the deep emotional pain within Billy.  And that was on full display in one key scene that locked up his Power Performance of the Week honors.

In the set-up, this time Billy is in the slammer contemplating his life while trying to rest and is hit with a series of dream/nightmare sequences in which he is emotionally tortured by many family members, enemies, and friends for his consistently being a screw-up, or so they like to say.  The one person in the episode who stands by Billy’s side is Lily (Christel Khalil).

During the episode, as Billy jumped from different locations within Genoa City, he grew more hopeless given his situation.  However, then he is visited by his late daughter Delia (Sophie Pollano) in the grown-up teenage version.  This is where Thompson broke hearts, playing guilt, loss, and despair.  He tells Delia if he could take one day back to do over again, it would be the night he left her alone for a few minutes to get ice-cream in the convenient store, and she wandered out in the street after her dog, only to be fatally hit by a car driven by Adam.  In this scene, it was Jason at his best, and surely a scene that should be used for his Emmy reel in 2021. What made it all the more notable is that Jason was not even playing the character of Billy back then, but you believed every heartbreaking second of his talk with his daughter about what Billy experienced the the night of her death and for years after.

Two other moments were also stand-outs in the episode.  When Victor (Eric Braeden) comes to see Billy behind bars and taunts him every which way to Sunday.  It was hard to know if that was real or imagined, but both Eric Braeden and Thompson chewed the scenery with that showdown.

Later in the episode, Billy is shocked to be transported to the police station to where his now teenage son, Johnny is in trouble with the law, and Rey (Jordi Vilasuso) is detaining and questioning him.  Billy realizes he has to fight for his freedom as he can’t leave his family in disarray, or let himself or Lily down again.

Billy Abbott continues to be an oh-so-flawed character, which gives Thompson opportunities to shine and play all the beats to perfection.

Share your thoughts on Jason’s performance and our choice for the Power Performance of the Week via the comment section below.

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