The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers update for Wednesday, September 16, teases that some tense moments are in store on the CBS soap. At Sharon Newman’s (Sharon Case) house, Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) shows up and wants an honest answer about where things stand between them.
Sharon insists she’ll no longer be treating Adam as a patient, but her choice of words worries Rey. He wonders if Sharon will still be treating Adam as a friend.
Sharon contends that she’s focused on her treatment and doesn’t plan to see Adam. “Because you don’t want to or because you’re afraid you’ll upset me?” Rey asks. Sharon feels it’s what’s best for everyone.
Rey thinks that’s good to hear, but part of him is concerned about why Sharon’s backing off. He’s afraid it might be because Sharon feels she’s on the verge of crossing a line with Adam. Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) walks in and can immediately sense the tension, so she asks if she’s interrupting something.
Sharon assures Mariah it’s fine and Rey backs her up. After Rey leaves in a hurry, Mariah asks what just happened. “I think I may have just ruined everything,” Sharon confesses. She updates Mariah on the Adam trouble, so Mariah thinks Sharon has to make Rey a priority right now.
Mariah gets that it goes against all Sharon’s instincts to leave someone out there hurting, but Sharon’s health has to be what she concentrates on. Sharon feels like this “damn cancer” has taken over her life and she can’t get away from it.
At the penthouse, Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) warns Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan) that he doesn’t have it in him to hash things out again. Adam argues that nothing has changed, but Chelsea thinks that’s where Adam’s wrong. Chelsea has a plan now and pushes Adam to hear her out.
Adam argues that he just came back for some clothes and intends to return to the motel. Chelsea presses on and offers boarding school as a temporary solution for Connor Newman (Judah Mackey).
That way Connor’s not caught in the crossfire. Adam admits that sounds like a good idea, but he wonders who will protect Chelsea.
Chelsea doesn’t need protecting, especially not from Adam. She tells Adam not to walk away from her and reminds him that he has enemies. Chelsea mentions Alyssa Montalvo (Maria DiDomenico) teaming up with Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson), who could use all the power of Chancellor Communications to go after Adam.
Adam’s prepared to handle Billy and whatever else on his own. “I am your partner, your lover, your soulmate!” Chelsea insists. She wants Adam to stop shutting her out, but he goes upstairs. Chelsea gest an idea before she dashes into the other room.
When Adam reconvenes with Chelsea, she’s got their birth certificates as proof she’s not going to leave him. Chelsea thinks they should go down to the courthouse and get married right now.
Adam feels like that’s crazy and wonders why Chelsea would want to do that. “Because I love you, you idiot,” Chelsea declares. Chelsea insists what they have is ‘til death to them part.
Chelsea continues her speech about how they can protect Connor, beat Victor and come out on top of all this. Adam says he’s tried, but Chelsea promises things will be different this time. Adam knows the truth about himself – and Chelsea thinks that an empower Adam.
She has a deeper understanding of Adam and wants him to love and accept himself like she does.
“I’m yours, you’re mine and that’s that. Together, we are unstoppable,” Chelsea says. Adam decides he’ll stay, but he doesn’t think it’s necessary to get hitched immediately. He wants to let the wedding be a celebration after they declare victory over their many enemies.
Adam admits Chelsea got through to him, so Chelsea’s ready to bring Victor to his knees. They’re going to take down Victor and anyone who tries to protect him. “This is war,” Adam insists on Wednesday’s Young and the Restless episode.
At the Grand Phoenix, Traci Abbott (Beth Maitland) learns that Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) wants to put her detective skills to good use. Jack explains that he thinks there’s more to Dina Mergeron’s (Marla Adams) message, but Traci worries that Jack’s looking for reasons not to go after love again.
Jack argues that before he talked to Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford), he didn’t even consider the idea it could be something else. “You would rather believe Phyllis than what very well may be our mother’s dying wish for us?!” Traci asks.
Jack just wants to watch the digitized home movie and see if there’s something they missed. Traci agrees to help, but only because she loves a good mystery.
After pulling up the video on Jack’s phone, Traci’s stumped until something suddenly jumps out at her. She pushes Jack to look at Dina’s necklace – an antique with a huge emerald.
Traci looked at hundreds of photos when they were doing their Abbott family history book, and Dina wasn’t wearing that necklace in any of them.
Traci would really like to know what happened to the necklace and wonders if it was an heirloom. Jack thinks the necklace was probably sold, but Traci feels like there’s something familiar about it – and she’s going to find out what it is.
In Phyllis’ suite, she mocks how Jack though Dina was sending some message about the grand power of love. Nick Newman (Joshua Morrows) thinks the idea’s beautiful and suggests Phyllis is being cynical.
“It’s the real world! Sue me!” Phyllis says with a shrug. They debate their views on romance before deciding that they don’t have to worry about the Abbotts’ love lives.
However, Phyllis insists Nick doesn’t get to call her cynical and then act like everything’s normal. Phyllis thinks she’s realistic rather than cynical. She’s willing to tolerate Nick’s perspective on romance. Phyllis contends that she’s not dead instead.
It’s just that the world isn’t some romantic comedy and she can’t spew her feelings all the time.
Nick has seen Phyllis’ softer side, even though she tries to hide it. Since Nick wears his heart on his sleeve, Phyllis wonders if they’re going to have a problem. Nick assures Phyllis they balance each other out. Phyllis does believe in the magical moments of love, but it never seems to last.
Nick promises they won’t hurt each other again, but he admits he can’t make Phyllis believe it. Phyllis will have to do that on her own and put her trust in them. After Phyllis gets choked up, Nick and Phyllis reaffirm their love for each other.
Meanwhile, Elena Dawson (Brytni Sarpy) finds out Amanda Sinclair’s (Mishael Morgan) DNA results are in and asks Nate Hastings (Sean Dominic) how worried she should be.
After Elena gets twin confirmation, she acknowledges that she shouldn’t be surprised and starts freaking out. Elena’s more worried for Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) than Amanda.
Elena’s further upset to learn Amanda made a beeline for Devon as soon as she got the results. Nate thinks it’s only natural since Amanda can’t connect with her sister. “Oh, but she can connect to her sister’s husband?!” Elena asks. She gets up to leave, but Nate pushes Elena to give Amanda and Devon some time.
Elena hopes this doesn’t lead to another setback for Devon. She urges Nate to put himself in Devon’s shoes. What if the spitting image of Nate’s fiancée came through the door as if she’d come back to life?
Nate would have questions, but he wouldn’t see her as an answer to his prayers. She wouldn’t have the same heart and soul as Carolyn.
Nate praises Elena’s great qualities and insists Devon had no choice but to love her. Elena feels a bit better and offers her gratitude. She hopes Amanda knows what she’s got in Nate.
At Devon’s place, he processes the news that Amanda is Hilary Curtis Hamilton’s (Mishael Morgan) twin sister and asks how she feels. Amanda suggests that in some ways she’s still alone and other ways she isn’t. Amanda can’t stop thinking about what her life would’ve been like if she’d grown up with Hilary.
Devon and Amanda joke about how he would’ve had to get her approval to be with her sister, but Devon thinks he would’ve been able to win Amanda over. “Probably,” Amanda says with a sweet smile.
Amanda knows her loss doesn’t compare to Devon’s, but it does feel like a “cruel joke” to learn she has a sister and lose her in the same moment.
Devon wonders if Amanda knows anything else about why the twins were separated and why Hilary was raised apart from her. Amanda has no clue and has a lot of the same questions. She wants to know what Hilary was like and asks Devon to describe his life with her.
Amanda can almost picture holidays and other family occasions there. She feels like if things had been different, she’d have been there, too. “But you weren’t here,” Devon insists. Amanda admits the reality is she doesn’t know the first thing about Hilary except for things she’s read and stories she’s heard.
However, Amanda’s there because she wants Devon to tell her everything about her sister. Devon isn’t sure he can tell Amanda what she wants to hear. Amanda isn’t asking Devon to relive his marriage or the tragedy.
She just wants to know what Hilary was like and what they had in common. Devon notes that persistence was something since Hilary couldn’t take no for an answer either.
Amanda isn’t trying to pressure Devon, but she’s curious and Devon’s the only person who can give her this info. Devon doesn’t know where to begin, but Amanda thinks they can start with something simple.
Amanda asks if they would’ve gotten along. Devon insists he REALLY can’t do this. He can’t bring Hilary to life like Amanda wants – and if his wound is reopened, he’s not sure he can close it.
Devon can’t be the one that Amanda turns to. “Then who?” Amanda asks on Wednesday’s Y&R episode. Amanda wonders if there’s someone she can talk to and reflects on all the big reactions people have had to her face in town.
People either loved Hilary or hated her, but Devon corrects that the people who hated Hilary didn’t really know her.
Devon talks about how Hilary had a persona she put on for the camera, but she had a big heart deep down. Hilary was also the most passionate person Devon’s ever known. Hilary would grab life and never let go.
Devon feels lucky that he was one of things Hilary grabbed onto – and he never let go either because he loved Hilary more than anything on earth. Elena walks in and looks disheartened over the statement.
The Young and the Restless spoilers say Elena and Devon’s issues should get worse in the coming weeks, so stay tuned to Y&R. CDL’s the place to be for shocking Young and the Restless spoilers, updates and news, so stop by again soon.
Google Meet 60-Minute Limit For Free Users Delayed Until Next Year
Until next year, users of the video conferencing web application can continue to chat with friends and family members for 24 hours if they want.
It’s good news for Google Meet fans as the tech company has decided to continue to let people to use the video conferencing app for free without a 60-minute time limit until next year. So users can chat with their family, friends, colleagues, therapist, or really any random people on the internet without the worry of being cut off. Technically, the time limit is 24 hours, but it’s unlikely anyone would want to chat that long.
Formerly known as Hangouts Meet, Google Meet is an enterprise version of the video chat component of Google Hangouts. Meant to compete with other video conferencing platforms, such as Zoom and Skype, the app is designed for online meetings and can be synced with Google Calendar. Google Meet is available as part of the company’s subscription-based G Suite web applications. Back in April, in light of COVID-19 forcing people to socially distance from one another, Google also made the product free for anyone with a Gmail account.
Next month, Google Meet was going to restrict those calls to an hour. Even at 60 minutes, Google Meet would be a pretty good option when compared to Zoom, which cuts off free calls at 40 minutes but now that time limit has been deferred. Google Meet’s group product manager Samir Pradhan wrote in a blog post Tuesday that the September 30 cutoff had been pushed back until March 31, 2021. This means any Gmail user can still schedule video meetings that last up to a full day throughout the holidays and beyond.
Other Google Meet Features
Pradham wrote in the post that since Google Meet redesigned the product to appeal to non-business users as well, the video conferencing tool has been used by millions of people for a variety of different types of meetings, including book clubs, trivia nights, band practices and even dance parties. Google Meet also includes some newer features that might appeal to video chatters, such as integration with both G Suite’s digital whiteboard Google Jamboard and Nest Hub Max, which allows users to make hands-free calls on the device. Users can also choose to blur the background so only they appear in focus in the video stream and hide their possibly messy surroundings.
In another recent update, Google Meet increased the number of video tiles users can see on a screen to 49. Granted, that could make for a rather confusing and loud conversation, especially if some of the video streams are showing more than one person. But it’s an option for those who, say, may want to have a holiday phone call with their insanely large extended family across the globe. If they feel they need a bigger screen to see everyone, they can always cast the call to their TVs. For whatever purpose it’s used, Google Meet is a good video conferencing tool and the decision to hold off on imposing a time limit for free calls will likely continue to be a boon for the company.
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HBO Orders Weekly Late-Night Show from Sam Jay
The “Saturday Night Live” alumna is bringing her comedic talents to HBO.
HBO is bulking up its slate of weekly late-night programming with an upcoming series from “Saturday Night Live” alumna Sam Jay. WarnerMedia announced the untitled show on Tuesday.
Per WarnerMedia, the project will be a weekly 30-minute late-night show in which Jay tackles the top trending topics in urban and world culture for the week — including race, politics, sexual identity, science, celebrity, religion, and more — and examines them from her unique and subversive point of view.
The series will be executive produced by Jay, Prentice Penny for A Penny For Your Thoughts Entertainment, Chris Pollack (HBO’s “Pete Holmes: Faces and Sounds” and Netflix’s “Patton Oswalt: Talking for Clapping”), and David Martin and Kara Baker for Avalon. Alex Soler also will serve as co-executive producer for A Penny for Your Thoughts Entertainment.
“I’m really excited to bring my point of view to late-night television and have felt nothing but support creatively from HBO and A Penny For Your Thoughts,” Jay said in a statement. “So everyone wear your mask and vote so I can make my TV show! Thaaaanks!”
Jay’s upcoming show, which does not have a premiere date, will mark HBO’s first female-fronted weekly late-night show (“Full Frontal with Samantha Bee” airs on the WarnerMedia-owned TBS and is available for streaming on HBO Max). HBO’s other weekly-late night programming includes “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” and “Real Time With Bill Maher.”
The diversity of late night has received a boost recently with the launch of new streaming services; NBCU’s new platform Peacock is the home to “The Amber Ruffin Show,” hosted by “Late Night With Seth Meyers” veteran Ruffin, and “Wilmore,” hosted by long-time late night entertainer Larry Wilmore, who previously hosted Comedy Central’s “The Nightly Show” until it was abruptly canceled in 2016.
“Sam is fiercely funny, provocative, and a complete original. Her comedy seamlessly glides between vulnerability and grit, and she always makes you see the world in a whole new way,” Nina Rosenstein, HBO’s executive vice president of programming, said in a statement. “Joining forces with Prentice to bring Sam’s talent to late-night is a perfect fit.”
‘NCIS’: Is It Time for Bishop & Torres to Break Rule 12? (POLL)
According to Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon), never date a co-worker (Rule #12). And while NCIS Season 1 saw Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) and forensic scientist Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette) together, and everyone knows about the will they/won’t they of it all with Tony DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly) and Ziva David (Cote de Pablo), we haven’t seen teammates date in 17 seasons. Could that change in Season 18? Should it?
The CBS procedural has clearly set up Ellie Bishop (Emily Wickersham) and Nick Torres (Wilmer Valderrama) to be Tiva 2.0, with the most obvious hint at their romance coming when they ended up on a double date in the Season 17 episode “No Vacancy” (pictured above). Unsurprisingly, neither one of their respective relationships lasted after that.
That’s not the only trope we’ve seen with the two. We’ve also had instances like the undercover-as-a-couple episode (“High Tide”) and the playing-a-couple-as-other-characters-in-a-story episode (“Ephemera”). Chances are, whether or not Bishop and Torres do ultimately get together, we’ll at least get a couple more teases this coming season.
Valderrama didn’t know what was coming up for other characters when he recently spoke with TV Insider, but he did say, “I certainly don’t think that we will do something the show has seen before, and we’re definitely trying to work on doing something different.” If that becomes true for the potential relationship between his and Wickersham’s characters, we could very well see a romance between teammates for the first time on NCIS.
But should they get together? Both have quite a lot to figure out — Bishop is training with ex-CIA instructor (and Ziva’s ex-landlord) Odette (Elayn J. Taylor), and Valderrama has teased that Season 18 will delve into Torres’ past and family. Now probably isn’t the best time. Plus, the beginning of the season is jumping back in time to the mission that took Gibbs away during Episode 8 of last year, “Musical Chairs.” Therefore, it may be some time into Season 18 that we catch up to present day again.
Once the show does explore those aforementioned aspects of their lives in the current timeline, that will be when it becomes feasible to see these two together. But until then, we won’t be holding our breaths.
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NCIS, Season 18, Fall 2020, CBS
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