Nick Interrogates Sharon on The Young and the Restless!


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.

Nick (Joshua Morrow) demanded to know from Noah (Robert Adamson) where Sharon (Sharon Case) has been hiding out. When he found out where Sharon was, he showed up at her door. He wasn’t happy when he learned that Sharon has been seeing their children and asking them to not tell him. The whole thing was pretty much an opportunity for Nick to unload on Sharon. However, he did ask about her being sick.

Nick was furious when he found out that Adam (Michael Muhney) had been helping Sharon. She told him that he may have saved her life. When Noah showed up, Nick continued his interrogation and demanded to know from Noah if Sharon was telling him the truth. Even though I am still team Shadam, I  appreciate all of the history in the scenes Sharon and Nick shared. After Nick left, Sharon told Noah it was time to make amends to the people she had hurt, especially Victor.

Jack (Peter Bergman) continued to struggle with his pain. He called Adam (Michael Muhney) and told him to clear his schedule because they needed to have a chat.  When Jack arrived at Newman, it quickly became obvious to Adam that Jack was not remembering things correctly. I really hate that Y&R is pursuing this storyline path for Jack.

Phyllis (Michelle Stafford), Avery (Jessica Collins) and Kyle (Blake Hood) all received messages from Jack telling them to show up at Newman.  All three and Adam watched as Jack acted irrationally. After the meeting they all discussed their concern for Jack. 

16 Responses

  1. Profile photo of tedew
    tedew

    I agree … non of this rang true for me. Oh right; it is Nick Newman!

    I think Sharon is right. The whole community kicked her to the curb, most reprehensibly the Newman Clan (except the Adam The Interloper). At least Noah did use some sense and showed compassion and loyalty in the end. So to see Nick The Brute come down hard on the love of his life when he probably knew quite well that Sharon was being truthful in admitting her illness was just so very typical of him and most Newmans to boot. Then he has the gall to go running off to Avery for sympathy and support and whatever else might come his way later in the evening. The only thing I can say in support of Nick is that he did avoid the usual fisticuffs during his begrudging display of gratitude to his beloved brother.

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    soapjunkie88

    Yeah Nick go to hell.
    He’s asking why Sharon didn’t come to him??? Seriously? He’s asking why Noah didn’t trust him with that? Look at how he interrogates Sharon even after he finds out about her being bipolar.
    And of course in the end Nick has to run to Adam and question his behavior. Because that’s what this is really all about right!? Adam being there instead of him…
    He should question his own behavior and rather questioning what could have caused Sharon’s illness.

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    soapbaby

    I dunno, I didn’t think Nick came off all of the neanderthal. Faith is very young and Sharon has made horrible decisions the child’s entire life, including abandoning her twice. I thought Nick showed some compassion but was direct about how Sharon’s behavior impacts their children. A bit over-the-top in asking specifics about Sharon’s treatment but a little tough love never hurts. Nick has NO reason to trust Adam and was justifiably upset to hear about Adam’s involvement. Adam’s machinations made Nick believe Faith was dead, it didn’t just happen to Sharon. Nick’s no saint but he hasn’t abandoned his children like Sharon has or committed the crimes Adam has. I like the new writers’ take on Nick Newman. For far too long he seemed to languish on the canvas being seen but not doing anything worthwhile. Now, he’s divorced Phyllis, divorced Newman Enterprises, parenting his kids and starting a new relationship. Also, It doesn’t hurt having an oft-shirtless Joshua Morrow on my screen!

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    CtFireWitch

    Anyone else hating the new restaurant replacing GloWorm? At certain angles, it looks as if people are sitting inside the Keebler Elves Treehouse. I’m starting to hope that Gloria brings back her establishment, GloWorm or something different, this new place is ghastly.

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    SoapArmageddon

    I actually think Nick is the most reasonable and tolerable that he has been in years. After all the crap that Sharon has done, he has no reason to trust her with his kids or anything else.

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    1titanman

    I like Nick, but at times Nick can be a dick and Adam is right about his half-brother. Nick went in on Sharon, and your right Nick feels entitled.

    He get so upset with Sharon, and cusses her out, but demands to know everything about her. Ok your brother helped your ex out, and you get pissed because she went to a Doctor. He got on my damn nerves acting so righteous. As much as I hate Adam; I like seeing him in this new light helping Sharon out. Who would of thought that Sharon was bipolar-

    However I did enjoy yesterday show

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    1titanman

    @CtFireWitch I just wonder if the blueprints for these new sets came from a designer from ABC Daytime. ABC Daytime shows AMC, OLTL & GH always seem to have the more modern sets. The new restuarant (that doesn’t have a name)
    is very modern.

    As for Gloria I wouldn’t be surprise if the writers give Gloria a food truck to give the citizens of Genoa City her tasty food call Glo-hog-

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    harlee490

    [quote=1titanman]@CtFireWitch I just wonder if the blueprints for these new sets came from a designer from ABC Daytime. ABC Daytime shows AMC, OLTL & GH always seem to have the more modern sets. The new restuarant (that doesn’t have a name)
    is very modern.
    -[/quote]

    It’s “On the Blvd” or Blvd something like that I heard it the other day.

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    CarlyCfan

    [quote=SoapArmageddon]I actually think Nick is the most reasonable and tolerable that he has been in years. After all the crap that Sharon has done, he has no reason to trust her with his kids or anything else.[/quote]

    This. I hate to defend Dickolas but Sharon has been nothing but a crazy mess and a shitty mom since Faith was born. He has no reason to trust the dumb bitch.

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    harlee490

    Nick has been through hell with his exes and I love the fact they have made Nicholas a strong, independent and loving father to protect his children…they come first. I agree with SoapArmageddon, Nick shouldn’t at this point trust Sharon…but he was still not railing off the wall. He showed concern for Sharon and Nick said it in the scene “you are the mother of my children”…I don’t think Shick is done quite yet. Is Sharon going to be between both brothers and then add Avery & Chelsea both fighting with Sharon, could get dicey…?

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    Cuppa_Coffee

    Nick has every right in the world to rip into Sharon. She is the most irresponsible woman on the soaps. Run, cry, run away again, marry the whole Newman tree, lose their company and then torch the place and expect to get off scott free? Wow woman, you are nuts but not nuts enough to get away with it.
    Granted right now Nick is spending more time with Avery and not with his daughters. Summer has been Faith’s mom and Noah has been Dad. I hope Nick goes back to court and makes it that Sharon has to have someone there when she has visitation with Faith.

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