On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Chelsea wears a blue satin blouse. As much as brothers Nick and Adam despise one another, they are growing more similar by the day. While Chelsea's husband is now the one busy vacillating between two women, her brother-in-law has taken it upon himself to disappoint dear old daddy when it comes to the family business. Another thing the two Newman men have in common? Protecting Sharon. Why don't they just go ahead and build a statue of her in the middle of town and get it over with already? That way, Chelsea can go back to her criminal roots and engage in some destruction of property. Or better yet, she can pull a Sharon and either burn it to the ground or steal it altogether. Hey, whatever works.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a camel v-neck sweater. Gwen Stefani, Vogue's January cover girl, opens up in the issue saying she feels guilty about being a working mom. Sharon, a fellow blond, has plenty of reasons to feel guilty as well. Yes, she was a working mother at one point too when she was busy running Victor's company into the ground but now, a certain fire is likely the thing causing her many sleepless nights. Since Restless Style seems to be tanking, Sharon may not be getting her magazine cover a la Gwen but in the end, taking responsibility for her wrongdoing is probably better left out of any publication. At least that's what any decent lawyer would advise...
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Lily wears a v neck cardigan. As she goes along with Devon's plan to make their office a more casual atmosphere (why oh why?) one can't help but think of Norma Rae's plight. True, Lily and Co aren't exactly experiencing Dickensian working conditions but doesn't their dilemma also revolve around textiles? Then again, convincing Neil to loosen his tie every so often does what, exactly? Besides making him look a bit sloppy and unkempt, of course. Just because Lily can make "casual chic " look so effortless doesn't mean the rest of her colleagues can. Think of all those gifted ties in Genoa City this holiday season that will sadly remain unworn if this casual work environment becomes an actual "thing." Way to be a Fashion Grinch, Devon.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Summer wears a hooded toggle coat. She attempts to seek comfort from her father and Avery after an awkward run-in with Chelsea and Adam. The only problem is that in the process of helping, Nick indirectly points out that Summer deserves a place on the TLC show Freaky Eaters. Sure, she's not addicted to maple syrup, corn starch, or tartar sauce but pizza with pepperoni pieces that cannot touch? Pretty bizarre. Then again, considering she comes from a family in which her father is dating her aunt, her mother attempted to run over two people, and her grandfather married her ex-stepmother not once but twice, being a picky eater is a pretty normal problem in comparison, huh?