Episode 183 features Jack Abbott, the father of Kyle Jenkins Abbott, delivering advice on how to be a father.
During a conversation at Abbott manor, Abby says to her mother-in-law Nina Webster and friend and surrogate mother to her child Mariah Copeland “That’s what friends are for,”in regard to the friendship she has with Devon Hamilton which reminded the people with whom I was watching at the time to start humming the beloved song by Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and Dionne Warwick “That’s What Friends Are For,” a beautiful gesture where all proceeds from this song were donated to benefit charities for AIDS research and health care, embedded below.
The End, The Doors – where Thomas Forrester seems to be heading son Douglas
Matthew Atkinson stars in this episode featuring horrible parental manipulation being called out by his friend VINNY.
The fans, such s myself, must be getting to like Vinny, who has become the last voice of reason who stands up to Thomas as he uses Douglas.
At Knight’s Day Camp in Upper saddle River, New Jersey, in the 1980s, there was a chant on my school’s for our beloved driver as we approached the campgrounds:
Alright Vinny! Alright Vinny!… This would continue for 5 minutes, in part because everyone loved Vinny’s attitude. Watching these episodes, I think the “ilk-on: part serves a chance at a bigger role. It it difficult to tell a man in his early twenties what to do, and by Vinny going with his conscience, the Bell team at CBS Daytime has made a likable yet forceful yet kind character.
The thing about working in a family owned business that is most awkward is running into the old love.
The reason Kyle has been a successful character in the Young and the Restless is because of things he does at his own wedding: taking genuine time to express empathy to his cousin who turned out not to be his cousin ex-wife Summer Newman. Despite this being Kyle’s day of joy in holy matrimony with Lola Rodriguez Abbott, Kyle is concerned, especially “after all they went through” how Summer is taking the heartache.