Oh that Joshua Morrow.... The Young and the Restless' Nick Newman took it upon himself to give Genoa City's newest resident Steve Burton (Dylan) a personal tour of the CBS studios. If this is what they do to newcomers, Dear God in Heaven, help the vets! Take a peek at the hilarious video below!
Is Carmine (Marco Dapper) trying to turn Lauren (Tracy Bregman) into a lush or get into her pants? I really like the idea of him hitting on her. I would love to see Lauren get a little action, other than being Michael’s (Christian LeBlanc) talk-to and Fen's (Max Ehrich) mother hen. The possibility of Lauren and Carmine hitting the sheets—even if it is just a one-time thing—reminds me of how hot Emily (Kelley Menighan Hensley) and Casey (Billy Magnussen) were on As the World Turns. READ MORE
Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) surprised Victor (Eric Braeden) by unveiling their new penthouse. For some reason the color palette reminded me vaguely of Erica Kane’s (Susan Lucci) digs late in All My Children’s run. READ MORE
The Young and the Restless’ Summer Newman (Hunter Haley King) is definitely starting to become her mother Phyllis' (Michelle Stafford) child. The teen schemer is still blazing mad about the affair her mother carried on with FBI Agent Ronan Malloy. (Jeff Branson) She decides it's time he gets some payback by way of his mentee, Jamie (Daniel Polo).
TV Guide Magazine’s Michael Logan spoke with head writer Josh Griffith and got the skinny on Summer's quest take down Ronan.
Summer is in such a screwed-up state over the divorce of her parents that she misguidedly decides to hurt Ronan by hurting this kid he cares so much about," says the soap's Emmy-winning head writer Josh Griffith. "She uses her phony online persona called 'Brittni' to form a relationship with Jamie and draw information out of him — deeply personal and hurtful stuff about his past troubles with the law — and then she blasts it out to everyone on FacePlace. She'll also be using texting and instant messaging to disparage him further.
Katherine (Jeanne Cooper) tried to convince Jack (Peter Bergman) he didn’t want to run an empire and should just stick with one little company, Jabot. What I had a hard time understanding is why Jack–who was in big trouble financially before Victor (Eric Braeden) was revealed to be alive– is expected to hand over everything he worked so hard to get. Yes, it’s always wonderful to watch Katherine and Jack scenes, but I do not want to see Jack roll over. READ MORE