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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears an off the shoulder black top and coated skinny pants. As she channels Sandra Bullock's character in "The Blind Side" by welcoming Jamie into her home, one can't help but admire her ensemble. Sure, the Fenmore's Boutique owner would rather channel Catwoman's getup than Leigh Anne Tuohy's pearls and matching sweater sets but either way, both women are giving shelter to a homeless teenager. Now we'll just have to sit back and wait for her to encourage Jamie to try out for football and wait while he acquires speed, reflexes, and essentially the senses of a cat. He'll then be tackling his homework, thriving, and they will all become a happy family. Then the Baldwins can finally sit back while universities fight over Jamie and his new-found athletic ability. Touchdown!
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears a gold and black metallic stripe top. You know that little televised singing competition in which judges have to blindly listen to The Voice before judging a songbook by its cover? Well that methodology would come in handy here as Lauren and Michael seem to be embarrassingly oblivious to Fen and his fiendish ways. While missing opportunities to coach their son on how to be a nice person, the Baldwins don't seem to Cee Lo and behold how badly Fen is tormenting Jamie "Daly" in what can only be considered a "knockout round." Who knows which of the boys will eventually pull a Cassidy Pope and win the whole thing but as Christina Aguilera would belt, "So thanks for making me a fighter."
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears a teal dress and a branch necklace. Angus T. Jones telling viewers not to watch Two and a Half Men is like Lauren telling Genoa City residents not to shop at Fenmore's. In other words, why on earth would somebody sabotage his or her own career? Perhaps in Jones' case, it was having a Mr. Charlie Sheen as a mentor for all those years on set. You just know the crazy man was encouraging the youngster to drink up some of that tiger blood and all. As for Lauren, luckily she doesn't have any self-sabotage in her or any "Anger Management" issues to boot. You know what Sheen would say to that? (Get ready to cringe.) Winning.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears a tweed blazer. Is anyone else hoping she takes after Jane Austen's Emma and tries to play matchmaker? In the novel, Mr. Martin likes Harriet but Emma thinks her friend belongs with Mr. Elton. It then turns out Mr. Elton actually likes Emma. Although Lauren has her devoted husband Michael, her friends' love-lives are a mess much like in the story as Paul, although dating Nina, likes Christine who is lusting after Danny. The Fenmore's owner, like Emma, is an intelligent woman with a great deal of free time on her hands. Perhaps playing Cupid would help pass the time as long as when she's aiming that bow and arrow that she keeps in mind her plans may go awry at any moment.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears a silk blouse. Does anyone think she seemed unusually calm when Fenn went missing with Daisy and potentially Sheila Carter on the loose? Lauren may have popped an extra ambien the morning of Phyllis' trial because the gun-wielding version of herself would have had her son's picture on the side of every milk carton within hours. And what about Gloria's infamous "Missing T-shirts"? Fenn is her grandson, after all. Plus, you just know she has the phone number to that t-shirt printing company on speed dial.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears a white jacket. You've gotta hand it to her, she's being pretty Brave stepping out in public while Sheila Carter may or may not be on the loose. While Lauren and Merida may share the same hair color, the only bow Lauren will be handling anytime soon is one on a dress at Fenmore's. Firearms, on the other hand, are a whole different story. Michael can't bear the thought of his wife suffering but as long as their family is together and united, they may stand a fighting chance against the evil witch.
*Lauren's boucle jacket from Victor's "funeral" can be found here.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears a red dress. She bails Paul out of a tough situation when she posts his bail after he uses her unregistered gun to shoot his son. Looks like Lauren's channeling Christian Bale and acting like Batman by being generous and helping out someone who is in trouble. Good thing she's not channeling the actor's scandalous behavior on the set of "Terminator Salvation." Or else Paul would have merely received an earful, or rather a very memorable four minute rant due to a simple misunderstanding.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears a striped jacket. If only life for her was as simple as being put on probation for missing a dance recital a la Dance Mom's Brooke and Paige. Lauren, however, can hardly pirouette her troubles away by getting to the top of Abby Lee Miller's dance pyramid as she is facing her own convoluted pyramid of laws. Hey, at the very least the District Attorney's wife is already wearing stripes which means she's all set for a last minute Cell Block Tango number.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lauren wears a red fitted dress. There is no doubt this boutique owner really cuts a fine figure in her gorgeous gown as she parades into the gala. When Lauren hears that Daisy needs to speak to Michael, however, it threatens to rain on her parade. It remains to be seen whether she will have a ball but one thing is certain: the moment she finds out Sheila's spawn has left town, she will throw a ticker tape parade.
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