The December 9, 2020 episode of the Young and the Restless features Jess Walton as Jill Fenmore Abbott calling her son Billy an “idiot.”

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Do most of the men of Genoa City have bad rumors thick and sticky all over town while the women are righteous?

Nick confronts the business acumen and competitive nature of Victoria’s action in the hospitality industry. He harshly asks his sister, the Newman CEO “Who sounds like dad now?”

Thanks to the idea of putting Best Couples Advice in a beautiful glass box, Chance and Abby are able to make the best of what’s around as Chance is getting stronger every day.

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From Los Angeles, Sally Spectra makes her move to Wisconsin as she boldly and loudly tells Billy and Lily how important she was as the Californian ran her own designer company.

The sweetest part of the episode is when Kyle introduces Summer to a movie she has never seen before as Jack mentions the great Edith Head. Edith Head (October 28, 1897 – October 24, 1981) was an American costume designer who won a record eight Academy Awards for Best Costume Design between 1949 and 1973. Born and raised in California, Head started her career as a Spanish teacher, but was interested in design. She is known, in part, for her blue tinted glasses. According to my search, “Those dark blue-tinted glasses, which became a Head trademark, were originally worn because they let her understand how clothes would look in black and white. But even after the advent of color films, she adhered to the look. They kept her thoughts a secret.”

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The February 19,2020 episode catered around a gala which celebrated Victor Newman’s 50th Anniversary at Newman Enterprises

Included were classic flashback scenes with his mom, Cora, father, Christian Miller and included the backstory of what has made Eric Braeden as Victor Newman the most powerful daytime character on daytime tv.

At one part in he gala Jill address Victor as ‘old friend,’ per, “Hello Old Friend,” the beautiful song by Eric Clapton.

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