Episode 208 features Bryton James as Devon, Jacob Aaron Gaines as his brother Moses and Sean Dominic as Moses and Devon’s cousin Nate.
Moses shows exception courage in admitting that though it may in some way anger especially his cousin Nate, the “most popular doctor on the internet,” that he has seen a side of medicine that makes him question his career choice of ‘college to medical school to residency with help from Nate’ to ‘I don’t have to make my mind up yet.’ Very mature, yet only Devon sees this. Devon rightly congratulates Moses on speaking up for himself in stressing that the idea of an internship is to know more about a field and whether it fits than a pre-mature commitment to a chosen field.
Today, Devon takes Moses to the music studio! If Your brother is worth 2.5 billion and owns a music studio, you have to try that too!
Episode 206 of the Young and the Restless features Christian LeBlanc as attorney Michael Baldwin.
An appearance by the band Tigerlily highlighted Devon as a businessman, uncle, brother and father.
The first lines of Elton John’s Candle In The Wind, a song that was re-worded by its original lyrical composer Taupin for the memorial service on the day of the funeral of Diana Spencer, as Goodbye England’s Rose, came to mind when Carter became as he lamented, “We’ve said our goodbyes.” It’s funny and it’s sad as a juxtaposition in ideas. To the avid Bold and Beautiful viewer, seeing main characters often four or five times in a week, we get to know at least what their characters are at much closer range than an ethereal memory of Marilyn Monroe or Princess Diana.
It’s a little bit funny (pun intended) that the goodbyes between Quinn and Carter this week will not withstand their mutual choice to be with each other because beyond physically they bring out the best in the other’s clarity of mind and validation as a person.
I fear that Carter’s “being lost in” the thoughts of Quinn have shaken his rational person status as an attorney. He seems not to even give a thought to the level of conflicts of interest that could suspend his license to practice law indefinitely should the Forrester family find out. To the extent that Eric asked Carter to pursue a divorce immediately, and to the extent Carter has not recused himself from at least telling Eric he is still sleeping with Quinn, counselor Walton is literally sleeping with the enemy. Divorce law is messy enough without having the legal affairs of the entire family of the party you represent in your hands with the ultimate betrayal of being involved with the spouse of the party you are suing in every position in your home office legal branch. Divorce law, corporate law and trusts and estates law expertise, all in Carter, all out there to be lost? Quinn is more powerful than he is, as her jewelry line will never suffer, and his entire legal character and reputation are as fragile as one more accidental phone call.
One can imagine Eric calling Carter to ask him about the status of the divorce and his screen picks up a naked Quinn behind the bigger than life-size portrait Eric asked Carter to destroy.