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On Di­gest’s Face­book page, Glenna S. posted, “Eileen [David­son, Ash­ley], Thank you for grac­ing the soap world! I have watched you as Ash­ley Ab­bott for many years. You will be greatly missed.” Mary D. writes, “Sorry that Eileen David­son de­cided to leave Y&R, but I am even more sorry that the writ­ers de­cided to make Ash­ley an en­ti­tled spoiled brat, act­ing like a child in­stead of an adult. She de­stroyed her father’s com­pany to pun­ish Jack. The man who was not her father, but was de­voted to her, and she ru­ined the com­pany he built.” Tom­mie M. muses, “So Jack and Kyle ‘shred’ the con­tract left by John and Dina giv­ing Ash­ley the rights to all the prod­ucts she had cre­ated at Jabot. Along comes Traci, and emp­ties the shred­der on the desk. I could not be­lieve my eyes as I watched Traci sift through the pa­per rib­bons. No one, es­pe­cially peo­ple in the cor­po­rate world, still uses strip cut shred­ders. In the real world, the pieces would have been no larger than con­fetti and even Vic­tor New­man him­self would have been un­able to put them to­gether in read­able form.” Ge­of­frey in Bev­erly Hills, CA, won­ders,

“Could some­one please ex­plain to me why Dr. Nate Hast­ings on Y&R is so nar­cis­sis­tic? I get that he’s part of the Win­ters’ ex­tended clan — a group known for be­ing holier-than-thou and su­pe­rior to ev­ery­one else in their or­bit — but he’s a sour­puss. Maybe if his mother, Olivia, came back to town she could shake some hu­mil­ity into him?”


“Af­ter Billy was re­leased from re­hab, Jack asked Billy, ‘You re­placed one ad­dic­tion for an­other?’ Duh! Jack was ad­dicted to pain pills yet they show him drink­ing all the time. What a hyp­ocrite.”

— Jonathan T., via email

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