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?”
YOU SAID IT!
“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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