In this episode, Kyle and Summer admit to each other and their loved ones that though they’ve made mistakes, they were meant to be together forever.
Greg Rikaart is the actor who plays character Kevin Fisher who electing on what parenting especially a male child might be like gives off a fantastic portrayal of the man always separated from the father, just as in Like A Salesman, Wall Street or the Young and the f-ing Restless!
Having as his brother, Genoa City District Attorney Michael Baldwin raised by a man only known to me, who began watching #YR in 2006, as “Terrible Tom.” Of the thing Terrible Tom is most known for is sadistically locking young son Kevin in closets, and using one’s imagination, if a father would do that, what would they not do? Upon reflecting on the fact that in a few weeks Kevin is going to be a father himself, the actor Rikaart, with time off to reflect after deciding that having lived most his life on the Young and the Restless it was time to attend to his own family, and probably not look back. Rikaart had several guest weeks in returning to different rounds of actors, and while people came and went, Kevin and Greg are stronger than ever.
What happens when you work that well with others? You get the lines of the year – like this, “I wasn’t raised by a good man, I wasn’t raised to be a good man, what makes me think I can handle this?” Without the experience of that of Greg and his return, the great show today has no tone. Great move for all, Kevin coming back. Funny how he is a major character not aligned with any one of the major families in town, but when he took his child abuse and turned it into good, he joined the The Genoa City Police Department as its technical expert – his business turned into family, with a little help from Michael, Sharon, Paul and Lauren.
In his battle to win Hope Logan’s love, Thomas Forrester is using his son Douglas and his coworker Zoe in selfish, entitled and manipulative ways.
Surprisingly enough: the friend of Thomas, Vinny, is a good man who knows that Thomas using his child, Douglas, while additionally using another person’s feelings, the graceful Zoe, to “win” the love of somebody who probably doesn’t even love you anyway, in this case Hope Logan, is wrong. A good friend tells the person doing the wrong thing to stop it, risking the friendship itself for the advantage of a child and a lied-to love interest.
After under a year of marriage, Kyle and Lola have seemed to have given up.
Why? Kyle has admitted to Lola that he still loves his ex-wife from last year, Summer. Such betrayal was a nonstarter for the fiercely independent and courageous Lola.
Some fine lines about entitlement, using people, and being selfish are leveled by Detective Rey Rosales at Kyle for his behavior – harsh works, spoken with an edge of concerned sympathy.
An excellent episode!
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Thursday, February 12, 2020
‘Thank you for sharing this moment with me’
2/Lola Rosales Abbott /F1/
3/”Amanda” Mandy Sinclair, Esq
4/William “Billy” Foster Abbott IV
5/Phyllis Newman /B1/
7/Kyle Jenkins Abbott
8/Nicholas “Nick” Newman
“You are a selfish, manipulative, entitled dirtbag.” – Rey to Kyle
“I am embarrassed and hurt.” – Lola to Rey
“To be honest, we are a lot alike.” – Summer to Nick
The Father Todd Seriel Summary
“Say what you need to say ” – Kyle to To Rey
Rest in peace my brother musician, Lyle Mays