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Young and the Restless fans are just over here thinking about last week with a lot of questions in mind. For one, why can’t people just do what they say? Why must everyone make horrible decisions that affect everyone else and never make any sense? And why does everyone have to hurt everyone else? Why can’t they just make good choices that don’t hurt and don’t make people feel bad? And why can’t they just keep their lips to themselves when their spouses are not around? And why has it not occurred to even one person that being honest might just be the best option? There are so many things that could be avoided if people simply made the decision to speak the truth rather than continue to lie to one another.
Let’s take Phyllis for example. She knows darn well that Victoria is going through the most difficult time in her life, and she also knows that she chose to have an affair with Nick than to be faithful to Billy. She also knows that Billy and Victoria have a long history, so why did she feel it was her business to tell Vickie that he tried to get back with her first so that Victoria would feel like nothing more than a second choice? Why? What was the point of that at all? Why do that and why make that a situation in the least? We don’t get it at all. But then, there was more. Why did Cane and Victoria feel that they should spend even more time being very open with one another this week when they knew it would put them in a dark place – again? Why do they put themselves in this situation, and why do they make these decisions? It simply is not...
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