Eric Braeden

Fen’s Jealousy of Jamie Turns Violent on The Young and the Restless

Jack (Peter Bergman) told Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) and Adam (Michael Muhney) he planned to call Michael (Christian LeBlanc) and confess for the hooker’s death. Adam and Phyllis tried to convince Jack that Victor (Eric Braeden) didn’t know the truth. Jack said Victor wouldn’t have to tell the police; he’d just have to spread rumors. Jack was done with the lies, and there would be no more cover up.  READ MORE

Will Victor Ruin Jack on The Young and the Restless?

Jack’s (Peter Bergman) battle with prescription drugs isn’t the only war he’s facing on The Young and the Restless this week. Victor’s (Eric Braeden) ever-present threat to Ole' Smilin' Jack's control of Newman and Jabot looms. Can Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) get her ex-husband to face how much danger his empire is in?

Meanwhile, Tyler (Redaric Williams) entices Lily (Christel Khalil), as Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Avery’s (Jessica Collins) romance remains front and center. Watch this week’s The Young and the Restless promo after the jump!


Chelsea Gives Chloe Money Laundering Lessons on The Young and the Restless

Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) took Victor (Eric Braeden) to task for his plan to use Jack’s (Peter Bergman) addiction to regain control of Newman Enterprises.

Later, Adam (Michael Muhney) found Victor and revealed to his dear old daddy what had happened with the dead prostitute. Adam and Victor quickly started conspiring against Jack, or at least that’s what Adam wanted Victor to think. Adam said he can’t afford a scandal as CEO. Victor, seeing a way to get around Nikki, told his son to go to the press. After Adam left Victor, he received a call from Jack. Adam told Jack he’d needed to find out what Victor knew. READ MORE

Villy Plots to Take on Victor, Jack and Adam on The Young and the Restless

After Billy (Billy Miller) left, Adam (Michael Muhney) ranted about his new task of having to take out Billy at Newman Enterprises. Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) immediately told him she’d had enough, and demanded to know when they’d be able to separate him from the hustle and bustle of Genoa City.

At Villy’s house, Billy and Victoria (Amelia Heinle) discussed how they were going to save Newman from Adam, and return control of Newman and Jabot to Victor (Eric Braeden) and Jack (Peter Bergman) respectively.  Their discussion quickly revealed lingering trust issues on both sides of the fence. READ MORE

DC's 10 Worst Soap Opera Couples of 2012

No. 10: Neil and Harmony, The Young and the Restless

We're sure the brass at The Young and the Restless hoped pairing uptight, buppie Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John) with another sassy, sistah from the streets would generate the same kind of heat Neil's relationship with street urchin-turned-fashionista Drucilla Barber (Victoria Rowell) accomplished in the 90's. It didn't.

Man, was it painful to watch two popular, talented soap stars like St. John as Debbi Morgan—as promiscuous, recovering crackhead Harmony— attempt to manufacture chemistry where there obviously wasn't any to be found. 



DC's Top 10 Soap Opera Couples of 2012

No. 10: Molly and TJ, General Hospital

General Hospital has been giving us cute teen couples since Laura (Genie Francis) and Scotty (Kin Shriner). In 2012, the tradition continued when precocious Molly Lansing Davis (Haley Pullos) fell hard for TJ (Tequan Richmond), the wayward charge of Shawn (Sean Blakemore). Molly and TJ have survived parental interference, hormones and toxic water, but can the YA lovebirds contend with Todd Manning (Roger Howarth) and Connie Falconeri (Kelly Sullivan), now that they're interning at Manning Enterprises?