Is Nick a Bigger Ho than Sharon on The Young and the Restless?




After discovering Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) sexing up Ronan (Jeff Branson), Summer (Lindsay Bushman) went runningall the way to Daddy Nick (Joshua Morrow). At first Nick didn’t believe Summer. He kept insisting her mom's affair was just for show.When his daughter revealed she’d seen the two together, a furious Nick galloped off to Red.

When Nick arrived to call Phyllis out, she countered by screaming about how alone she was. Ronan, unlike her husband, had been there for her. Where in the wedding vows does it say "I promise to be totally understanding when it comes out that my wife tried to kill two people 20 years ago"?
 


What was the first thing Nick did after leaving Phyllis? Run off and kiss Avery (Jessica Collins) of course! Sometimes I swear Nick is a way bigger ho than Sharon (Sharon Case).

Victor (Eric Braeden) continued to worry about which of his enemies might attempt a hostile takeover of Newman Enterprises. He told Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) he knew Jack (Peter Bergman) had reached the five percent threshold. Unfortunately, based on stock sales, other enemies were positioning themselves for a possible move.

Ronan had good reason to worry about Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) spilling the beans about what Phyllis had done. The moment Michael (Christian LeBlanc) cornered his sister-in-law, she started singing like an American Idol reject at Crimson Lights.

Nikki confronted Tucker (Stephen Nichols) about Sharon.  As their argument escalated, she popped off and slapped the man! It wasn’t as good as the one Nina (Tricia Cast) dealt Phyllis, but it was fun to watch, just the same.

Sharon was shocked when Victor revealed what Tucker had sacrificed for her. She rushed off to find him, only to discover Tucker being carried off in chains.

 


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Nikki just couldn't handle the fact that EVERYTHING Tucker said was true, unlike Katherine and everyone else who just glosses it over. He shoved her face right down in the schit.

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Nick is gonna drop his pants again...what's wrong with "keepin it in the family"???

Tucker DID give Nikki some great advice, but true to form, she chooses to ignore it.

Sharon looked great in that little 'power suit' she has been wearing.... I can't help but wonder if she has her black lingerie on underneath???

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NO!

Whatever Nick does, he will always be a SAINT compared to Phyllis!
Is he a horndog? Yes. Does he use sex to deal with his problems? Yes. But Phyllis is the scum of the earth. Sleeping with Ronan was just the tip of the iceberg!

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Phyllis did it to herself. I like how she even tried to turn it around on Summer. "Why was she here?!" Beytoch... does it matter? Last time I checked that was her home too. She shouldn't have to knock in case her trampy mother is doing it with he new boytoy.

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I have to admit. Josh was really good today!!! nice acting chops!

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LOL, stop. Nick claiming his balls back from the succubus he married 12 billion times is the best decision he has made in years. Of course the writers of the Victurd and SyPhyllis always Win Show needed to throw Nick under the bus to make Syph some sort of victim. Team Dickolas! Come on, Luke you're too smart to buy into this very obvious case of SyPhillis propping.

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Avery is another un-necessary and useless character, IMO - her character is very one-note (like all MAB-created characters) and not really needed in the "Y & R" landscape. I hope JFP & JG give her the boot later down the road...!!

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Have not seen this episode quite yet but already know that Phyllis will yet again drive me bonkers. Why are you so completely idiotic about what you have brought on yourself and continue to snowball? Deal with it and stop blaming the nearest person in range.

Also, it can hardly be a surprise or shock that Nick would go running off to the very eager Avery for help with his stuck zipper.

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Nick was always a big ho. No doubt about that.
However I wasn't as offended by his actions today as I was last week when he was holding Avery's hand, trying to get her into bed.
Actually first of all Joshua Morrow's performance today when Nick yelled at Phyllis was brilliant. I thought he was really good in those scenes.
As for him kissing Avery ... the second Phick marriage has been one big joke all along. It just doesn't work between Phyllis and Nick. They both like to sleep with other people while being in a relationship. That's why Phyllis was always better with a stable man like Jack - with toys like Nick and Ronan at the side. But serious relationships? That doesn't work.

I start to like the upcoming business storyline with Newman Enterprises. The threat that Victor could lose it all is very tempting. And even though Sharon as become Victor's Alexis Colby I even like her involvement in all that. Seeing Tucker in handcuffs at the end of the episode was a bonus. He really deserved it!

This business Adam, Chelsea, Kevin and Chloe have together just needs to die. It's not working at all. And again, Adam has to get out of this bore of a marriage. I don't find Adam/Chelsea interesting at all. It's like watching a version of Cane/Lily in another universe. It sucks!

I'm interested in how Josh Griffith is going to deal with all the other messes - besides Sharon Newman - that Maria Arena Bell left behind. One of them is certainly the Phyllis storyline and this stupid Ricky murder case with some mysterious woman behind the scenes.

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Bartman202 wrote:
Avery is another un-necessary and useless character, IMO - her character is very one-note (like all MAB-created characters) and not really needed in the "Y & R" landscape. I hope JFP & JG give her the boot later down the road...!!

Actually JFP & JG really like the character of Avery, and she is going to have some major storylines down the road. I love Avery, and really hope that she sticks around for a long time. I think there is so much more story to tell with her. They can bring back the original Matt Clark, say that he did not die, and instead it was a look-a-like that died. They can use him in a major story saying that he was Avery's ex husband, and start the story with Sharon again. There is much to be examined with the character of Avery.

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keepthesoapsalive wrote:
They can bring back the original Matt Clark, say that he did not die, and instead it was a look-a-like that died.

In my best Faye Dunaway as Joan Crawford voice, "NO MORE DOPPELGANGERS."

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Matt Clark and Avery? That would be a rather bizarre twist even by Y&R standards.

SoaoArmageddon ... Faye Dunaway as Joan Crawford is one of my favorite movies; and that was a good mashup!

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I'm so glad someone called out the DOUBLE STANDARD. Nick, Victor, Jack and Billy sleep around like there's no tomorrow and they are just being "leading men," but if Sharon, Nikki or Phyllis do the same thing, they are sluts or hos. It's a real shame that audiences can't accept that women have a right to have sex whenever and with whomever they want (the same as men). It's even reflected in the writing - Sharon call a slut and thrown in the nut house. Perhaps, this is part of the reason why people continue to turn off soaps. It's OK for women to be sexual.

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sillytee wrote:
I have to admit. Josh was really good today!!! nice acting chops!

Never considered him more than adequate acting-wise, but I agree he was pretty damn good during those scenes. Nice to see someone yelling AT Phyllis rather than being yelled at by Phyllis for a change.

Also, agreed with everything Tucker said to Nikki; I was really hoping the Jack/Nikki pairing would last this time so we wouldn't have to relive Victor/Nikki for the thirty-five thousandth time. Jamey's right, Victor needs to start fading into the background a little rather than continue to drive so much story but I'd hate to see Nikki stuck there with him.

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Tuesday's episode was a mix of good and bad scenes.

Good- Nikki coming down the stairs to talk with Victor...then bad- Victor asking "what the hell happened?" to Nikki in his office. And another slap? Let's ration those.

Good- Chloe finally getting some material opposite Michael and then bad- the scripting between Michael and Kevin.

Good- Summer's reaction to Phil at the coffee house, but bad- Fen not giving us much in the acting dept.

Maybe it is Josh's writing or rewriting some of the scenes, but it was hard to tell who's was the bad.

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The double standard factor certainly does seem to exist here.

I guess women are supposed to be chaste saint-like creatures. Plus, if they are referred to disparagingly it does not seem to keep the interested menfolk away. Heather is in the same boat but many seem to become interested in her too. It's a very hard question to rationalize why women are deemed to be on the wrong side of the tracks all the time in this matter.

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I found it quite strange, On Tuesday Nick rushes into that dive and kisses Avery and on Wednesday he is somewhere else and we never followed up the Tuesday Kiss.