On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a purple cashmere sweater. As she checks into the institution for evaluation, one can't help but hope for a Shutter Island twist of sorts. You know, where she pulls a DiCaprio and truly believes she's sane when in reality, she's been imagining the last couple of months (if not years). I've even taken the liberty of coming up with a handy dandy anagram for her name and everything. Behold, crazy Sharon Newman is "Ronna Newsham." Hopefully, nobody orders her to be lobotomized at the end of all of this. And with that, the chief closing question of the movie should be posed because it is rather applicable to Sharon's new BFF Daisy, who in a surprising turn of events, is actually alive. "Which would be worse? To live as a monster, or die as a good [person]?"
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Avery wears a turquoise blazer. When it comes to Paul's case, it's as if she's adapted the role of the rabbit in Alice in Wonderland, running around town saying, "I'm late, I'm late, for a very important date." Avery isn't exactly a Queen of Hearts having dropped her sister's case and subsequently representing the man her sister "allegedly" attempted to run over years ago. Then again, constantly falling down Phyllis' rabbit hole of lies must have been utterly exhausting. If only she could have made her sister take a "Drink Me" potion that would have made all her "false truths" come tumbling out or off with her head! Maybe it's best the sisters aren't working together after all. In the words of Alice, "Curiosity often leads to trouble."
Here's a similar jacket.
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*Avery's glasses first posted here.