Cane Catches Lily in Tyler's Arms on The Young and the Restless




Friday's episode of The Young and the Restless opened with Jeanne Cooper talking about Katherine Chancellor, her family, friends and of course her epic rivalry with Jill (Jess Walton).

Katherine told Cane (Daniel Goddard) she thought she had Alzheimer’s. When he realized it was a self-diagnosis, he insisted she go to a doctor and find out for a fact exactly what is wrong.  Cane took Katherine to the hospital, but she urged him to go. Katherine swore she would be fine by herself.


Billy (Billy Miller) and Victoria (Amelia Heinle) spent a lot more time talking about babies. They always have such scintillating conversations.

Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) visited Adam (Michael Muhney) in his hospital room. Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) snuck in to keep her friend company. Eventually, Chloe convinced Chelsea to admit the truth about the baby to Adam to help her feel better.

Avery (Jessica Collins) returned to Genoa City, and Nick (Joshua Morrow) congratulated her on the trial. She said it was too soon to celebrate.

Tyler (Redaric Williams) told Lily (Christel Khalil) about his mother's death, and how he believed his father killed her.  He shared with her that his real name is Davis Rogan.  Just as Lily was comforting Tyler, Cane arrived and saw them together. Needless to say, he went off.

Dylan (Steve Burton) was at the bar drinking, when another guy wanted to start a fight.  Eventually, he was goaded into taking the guy on. Dylan was arrested for his fight with the bar brawler.


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Well, I'll throw my two cents in here regarding CK. More often than not I consider her a fairly competent actress--the only storyline in which I thought she just didn't have the range required to pull off the material was the cancer story--but in general I think she does a more than adequate job. I especially enjoy when she's got a little edge to her attitude; back during the "Cane is dead/not dead" story she was delivering day in and day out, almost carrying the whole storyline(of course acting opposite DG and then dealing with Genie Francis' absurd acting choices throughout gave her alot of room to walk away with scenes). And I totally agree with those who mentioned the chemistry aspect; she has a very easy rapport with any number of actors on the show. As for Daniel Goddard, I really don't know what to say; the man is gorgeous--I think he's actually a lot hotter than Redaric Williams--and given a very limited range of material he's not a bad actor but he, and by extension the character, just seems smarmy as hell to me. I wouldn't say he lacks viability--the way Daniel Jonas on DAYS does--but if he got written off tomorrow I wouldn't blink.

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Agree Stoney--KSJ performs the hell out of the square Neil. Neil the alcoholic was a great performance(no one saw him as capable of messing up like that, Malcolm was the mess up). He and Dru were 'opposites' initially and Olivia was the more 'polished character' was his first attraction. Redric is improving, Shemar wasn't a great actor at first either, and my god he is beautiful. Both Shemar and Redric I suppose were brought on for their beauty. mpbach we will have to agree to disagree.

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In all the years watching Y&R, I only found two actors to be reallllllly bad, and that's the chick that played Daisy, and Stevie B.

AH can be totally annoying as whiny Victoria, but she has been on now for so long she just is Victoria now. HT is probably never coming back, so it is what it is.

Everybody wants CK to be more like her mother in the mode of VR, well she isn't and they don't write her that way either, so again no big deal.

DG isn't that bad and he is easy on the eyes. It's how the character of Cane has been written and re-written so many times. It was the writing team under MAB that was bi-polar, and couldn't make up their minds from one day to the next who he was/is.

I think Redaric Williams is coming along nicely, he really put me off at first being an ass, but his scenes the last couple of weeks since they are fleshing him out a little more as a character he's doing ok.

I would like to see more of the guy that play's Sarge's nephew, he is a good looking guy, and was good for the part, but where did he go?

But KSJ a bad actor, are you freaking kidding me????????????????????????????????? I just find no justification for this. Yes, he was pretty one note since they killed VR off and MAB didn't have a clue what to do with Neil, but dude can act, PLUUUEZZZZZZZZZZZZZZE.

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Noway, I agree that SBu is in Daisy territory. It's really shocking that he has a following: He's talentless, ripped off his fans with his Jesus juice, is dishonest ("I'm not going to another soap!") and a diva. It's a damn shame.

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Lily, Cane, and Neil are all boring and played out. The show won't fire them because of all the mess that happened when they tried to chop them before. The "show" even finds them boring, you can tell by their "storylines". It's like they are just stuck with them until they can develop some more compelling charactors. The show wants Tyler to be popular so it won't be so jarring when they write off or recast Lily, because a lot of the Lame "magic" will be decimated. Cane is a talk to for Katherine because Murphy & Esther dont have contracts. Cane has a contract, so they have to use him somewhere.

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bishbay wrote:
Noway, I agree that SBu is in Daisy territory. It's really shocking that he has a following: He's talentless, ripped off his fans with his Jesus juice, is dishonest ("I'm not going to another soap!") and a diva. It's a damn shame.

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It amazes me that he has been acting for about 20 years and got a freaking emmy????/ WTH? Was it a weak pool that year?

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I always liked Steve Burton but some how the character of Dylan is just not catching on. I still keep seeing Jason Morgan, but now as a war hero. He is a favorite of JFP so she will do anything to keep him on the show.

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Damn, the model who plays Tyler makes Daniel "Walnuts In My Mouth" Goddard look like Robert DeNiro.

I know he has a hot body but is it really that hard to change your ONE facial expression at least every week??? And don't get me started on his monotone!!! Paging Daisy Carter... your creole twin is calling!

I just can't take this "drama" seriously! All it elicits is laughter... and sorrow for the show that once had the best cast on TV!

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Clearly they didn't know which direction they were going to take Tyler in when they first brought him on the show. He started out hitting on a married woman, completely disrespecting her "no" and her husband. Now we find out his mother was supposedly killed by his father because she cheated on him. When Cane went off on them today, Tyler complained to Lily that Cane should trust her and treat her better. Come again? Tyler has done everything to make Cane suspicious of him (not Lily, but that's her issue, not Tyler's), and now he wants to be the concerned, self-righteous one? Now he can remember where a man's jealousy can lead? Where was all of this reflection when he kept pestering Lily over and over again? You would think he'd steer clear of married women because he knows their partners can snap.

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@Angie Lucy: Tyler is not worried. Cause he can get in that grip. Cane better worry before he ends up like Kevin Fisher after he was locked up in the jail. Wink

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"get in that grip"

Is that what the kids are saying these days? I'm definitely using it the next time I get a chance. Big smile

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These two fine men fighting over Lame Lily........what a total waste!!!

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noway wrote:
In all the years watching Y&R, I only found two actors to be reallllllly bad, and that's the chick that played Daisy, and Stevie B

While I'd hardly call YZ a method actor, I can think of any number of other daytime actors who make her look as though she is; Denise Vasi, Drew Tyler Bell and Andrew Trischitta are three off the top of my head(and on any given day I'd add Nadia Bjorlin and Farah Fath to that list as well). As for SB, while I'm not overly fond of the character I don't think he's that bad an actor and IMO not even close to being the worst performer on the show right now; for me, that (dis)honor still belongs to AH who, eight years later, is still wandering around the wilderness looking for Victoria's voice(not to mention her backbone).

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ChrisGa][quote=noway wrote:
In all the years watching Y&R, I only found two actors to be reallllllly bad, and that's the chick that played Daisy, and Stevie B

While I'd hardly call YZ a method actor, I can think of any number of other daytime actors who make her look as though she is; Denise Vasi, Drew Tyler Bell and Andrew Trischitta are three off the top of my head(and on any given day I'd add Nadia Bjorlin and Farah Fath to that list as well). As for SB, while I'm not overly fond of the character I don't think he's that bad an actor and IMO not even close to being the worst performer on the show right now; for me, that (dis)honor still belongs to AH who, eight years later, is still wandering around the wilderness looking for Victoria's voice(not to mention her backbone).[/quot

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I just figure it's not going to change and when HT left Vikki's backbone went with her.

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As for the acting abilities of Cane, Lily and Neil...ALL the actors have been on the show for a while and have proved they can handle the material given to them.

Actually of those three, CK may be the weakest...but she's never deserved the trash talking she's been given on her. Really.

And questioning KSJ? Huh?

Now for that Tyler dude. Still not feeling him. Yes, he's hot, but he always comes across fake in those scenes with Lily. I'd much rather have the writers pair her up with Mason instead, and keep Tyler with scenes with Leslie and Wheeler.

I think of all the changes, recasts, etc. he is proving to be the least appealing to ME. At this point, I can safely say that I don't like the character.

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and hairbrush.

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CK is not that bad. When she found out about Malcolm being her Daddy, who can forget her famous "Get Out, just get out!" screaming scene to him. It was really good. Malcolm left, Lily rejected her Mother (very well acted), and Dru had her famous scene with the half-bookcase next to the front door. Classic stuff!

You go Christine, she is an integral part of the Y&R landscape. One of my biggest regrets is that CK didn't get to act in the scenes a few months later when Neil found out about Lily and Malcolm, and instead the scene was played with Davetta Sherwood.

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Everyone goes on and on and on about the so called bad acting on Y&R. Granted some of it is but overall it really isn't all that bad.

What about the acting from the past which was parodied on many comedy shows? The acting was far worse in the past and yet ... soaps survived!

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Hey mon and tedew...thanks for the posts. Yes, the acting on Y and R has pretty much always been something the entire ensemble can be proud of. I generally find that the people that don't like the actor/actress anyway will try to point out how bad they are on screen.