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TWO SCOOPS COLUMNS FOR OTHER SOAPS
Two Scoops is a weekly commentary column written by our staff of writers. Sometimes you might agree, and other times you might disagree. Either way, we love hearing your opinions, too, so be sure to send us your thoughts.
When it comes to what's happening on The Young and the Restless, everyone has an opinion -- and our Two Scoops columnists are no different. Every week, our commentators share their thoughts on everything that's taking place in Genoa City... the good, the bad, and everything in between.
If you're looking to be a little nostalgic, we've archived our Two Scoops columns from 2004 through the current week. Now, you can easily flip back through the pages of history to see how storylines were received when they first played out. Has time softened a rocky reception?
The gala turned deadly, Billy continues to spiral, Sharon faces her new reality, Adam and Victor mend fences, Victoria fights for her life, Phyllis discovers Adam and Chance's Las Vegas secret, Phyllis blackmails Chelsea, Adam proposes to Chelsea -- how is everyone feeling about February sweeps? Let's join our Two Scoops writer and unpack some of the drama from this past week.
Kyle dumped Lola so he could be free to fly into Summer's bed. Will Summer grow bored playing with her favorite boy toy and bat him away again? Will Lola be able to open her heart to Theo, who might truly appreciate winning her love? As Valentine's Day neared, Cupid's arrows were hit and miss in Two Scoops.
After Phyllis threw his mother and sister under the bus, Nick tossed her patootie out of his house. Will Billy's thirst for blood wipe Phyllis' face off the Jabot map? Could J.T. be roaming the earth as a zombie, since the dead and the truth don't stay buried? The day of reckoning is near for our fearless foursome in Two Scoops.
Chelsea grew a yellow streak down her back and ran off like a coward with Connor. Was the character of Chelsea really as dark as Phyllis kept painting her? Could Nick's true-blue sense of loyalty lead him to a possible reunion with Sharon? These true colors aren't quite so beautiful, like a rainbow, in Two Scoops.
Katherine's mysterious, long-lost music box returned, along with her cryptic message of a hidden treasure. Did the riches from the box redeem Colin, or did he confiscate the lost fortune for himself? Has Colin finally learned his lesson and the truth about his love for Jill?
Victor's world finally came crashing down around him. Will he lose the love and support of his wife and his entire family? And even more important (to him), will Victor have to face the loss of the beloved company he holds so near and dear to his heart and that he has treasured above all else? Read Two Scoops as we also wonder, where have all the good men gone?