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The Young and the Restless opinion columns from 2007
Love a storyline? Want to throw the remote at the screen during others? Our Two Scoops columnists feel the same way. Each week, they provided their own commentary on the action in the Two Scoops column.
Every week, our Two Scoops columnists share their thoughts and opinions in the Two Scoops commentary columns. Those columns are archived to allow fans a chance to make sure that they've read every opinion for every week. This archive features columns written about The Young and the Restless in the 2007 calendar year.


To access columns from other years or to review columns for other soaps, please see the Related Information links at the bottom of this page to access a specific year. Or to view a listing of all years for which news stories are available, simply click here.

Don Diamont
January 1, 2007
Due to 2006's many outlandish occurrences, what drama that remains is now nestled cozily right next to death's darkly painted door.
Tracey E. Bregman
January 8, 2007
And it's currently going by the name of Colleen Carlton.
Michelle Stafford
January 15, 2007
And unable to craft a column this week, so please enjoy what the fans had to say.
Sharon Case
January 22, 2007
It was another week spent scratching in the dirt, looking for a morsel of scintillating storyline to snack upon.
Eric Braeden
January 29, 2007
Will these storylines ever end?
Michelle Stafford
February 5, 2007
Unfortunately, it wasn't in response to some sad and mournful situation playing out on-screen.
Michelle Stafford
February 12, 2007
Exactly when did this kidnapping become more about Phyllis and Summer than Fen?
Victoria Rowell
February 19, 2007
For Dru, sightings of Carmen continue to plague her in death, much as the flesh and guts woman did in life.
Sharon Case
February 26, 2007
Watching Sharon get kicked around by every muddy boot in Genoa City is getting tiresome.
Greg Rikaart
March 5, 2007
Remember when a good cat fight or mutt mauling was the exception rather than the norm?
Christel Khalil
March 12, 2007
Is the tide actually about to turn? Are the dark, ridiculous storyline days beginning to give way to a bright and hopeful dawn?
Amelia Heinle
March 19, 2007
In this column, we showcase some of the fan feedback from the past few weeks.
Michael Graziadei
March 26, 2007
Has total self-absorption suddenly become an irresistibly attractive quality, drawing every unattached Genoa City male under the age of 40 to Colleen like bees to honey?
Judith Chapman
April 2, 2007
Leave it to Queen Colleen-A-Drama to crash the mini Winters-Romalotti party.
Victoria Rowell
April 09, 2007
Death and departure in Genoa City used to be rather rare occurrences. That's how it was then, but it's certainly that way no longer.
Kristoff St. John
April 16, 2007
Perhaps in order to ensure the door remains ajar to allow a future incarnation of Drucilla Winters to stroll through, the lifeless body of the current one has not yet been recovered.
Michelle Stafford
April 23, 2007
Despite Nick's repeated requests for her to cease and desist, Phyllis whipped out one of her poison-tipped arrows and spitefully sent it winging straight for Sharon's heart.
Melody Thomas Scott
April 30, 2007
In this backward-behaving burg, the answer to that depends on who's hiding the secrets and telling the lies.
Christian J. LeBlanc
May 7, 2007
Dorothy was once heard to whisper as she stared in wide-eyed wonder at the unfamiliar world a wayward wind had whirled her to: Toto, I don't think we're in Kansas anymore.
Peter Bergman
May 14, 2007
Because these days in Genoa City, finding one of those seems to be just about as easy as locating that proverbial hen's tooth.
Joshua Morrow
May 21, 2007
In the last year, every character seems to have undergone a personality change that unfortunately has not improved them for the better.
Amelia Heinle
May 28, 2007
If uttering hypocritical statements caused an elongating of the nose, none in this town would ever need fret about being cheated on again.
Judith Chapman
June 4, 2007
A harrowing tale, and some fan feedback.
Don Diamont
June 11, 2007
It seems there is nothing so fickle as the heart of a Genoa City resident.
Greg Rikaart
June 18, 2007
In keeping with the recent trend, Plum is the next Genoa City resident to meet with rigor mortis.
Sharon Case
June 25, 2007
How long before those who Plum robbed trace his trail to Genoa City?
Eric Braeden
July 2, 2007
Hopefully Victor will be a bit preoccupied with chasing the Chow hound who's been howling at Nikki's heels while Victor's been off playing a sort of bounty hunter in search of his wayward Kansas son.
Joshua Morrow
July 9, 2007
The fans have the floor this week, as our columnist catches up.
Melody Thomas Scott
July 16, 2007
Our columnist was on vacation, so there was not a column for this week.
Judith Chapman
July 23, 2007
A third husband has been sacrificed on the altar of Gloria Fisher Abbott Bardwell so that she might continue to enjoy the lavish lifestyle to which she schemed to make hers.
Joshua Morrow
July 30, 2007
The irony of what's going on now is a delicious slice of poetic justice.
Michael Graziadei
August 6, 2007
After months of Daniel secretly ogling Amber's text-pixed breasts and semi-scandalous website, his multitude of lies are finally coming back to bite him hard in his deceptive derriere.
Michelle Stafford
August 13, 2007
When it comes to Phyllis' extortion trial, it's all but over, except for the part where the proverbial full figured female comes on stage to croon the closing tune.
Eileen Davidson
August 20, 2007
Our columnist was on vacation this week. In lieu of a new column, here is a classic column from this week back in 2004!
Michelle Stafford
August 27, 2007
With Michael the Magnificent performing courtroom miracles, Phyllis is liable to be on her way out of prison before she actually steps a foot in.
Michelle Stafford
September 3, 2007
Almost all the songs on the jukebox this past week seemed to be about Phyllis...again.
Joshua Morrow
September 10, 2007
In spite of the latest mysterious Genoa City death, the short week really didn't offer a whole lot more in the way of drama, intrigue, or much else.
Christian J. LeBlanc
September 17, 2007
No prison visit would ever be conducted the way the one featured in Some Town, Wisconsin was conducted.
Michael Graziadei
September 24, 2007
Has there ever been a more tiresome threesome than Amber, Daniel and Kevin?
Judith Chapman
October 1, 2007
Looks like the face cream fiasco is raising its ugly little jar lid again. Or so the writers would have us believe.
Daniel Goddard
October 8, 2007
Cane continues to look at Lily with longing. If Heather hopes to keep his attention, she better loosen up and soon.
Michelle Stafford
October 15, 2007
It's time to wrap up the prison story. Forget about belief suspension, it has wandered way beyond that and gotten stuck solidly in stupidity.
Peter Bergman
October 22, 2007
It was a looong lead in, but the day of destruction in Clear Springs finally dawned.
Joshua Morrow
October 29, 2007
Jack and Nick began their journey to Clear Springs with pre-trip bickering, with Sharon playing the part of their long-suffering, patient peacemaker.
Amelia Heinle
November 5, 2007
For the week just past, who the heck needed Tylenol or Advil PM to send them drifting gently off to dreamland?
Tracey E. Bregman
November 12, 2007
Well, the past week's episodes were an improvement over the previous sleep-inducing week, but not by a whole heckuva lot.
Kristoff St. John
November 19, 2007
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, we've opened the fan mailbag again this week.
Amelia Heinle
November 26, 2007
A beautiful, young woman with a history of tragically incomplete pregnancies has finally found true love and is blissfully awaiting the birth of her son.
Judith Chapman
December 3, 2007
And her name is Gloria Fisher Abbott Bardwell.
Peter Bergman
December 10, 2007
Jack has the worst record in Genoa City when it comes to getting away with stuff.
Sharon Case
December 17, 2007
The things that go around always come back around to bite one in the bottom. Case in point: Jack December and his May bride, Sharon.
Christian J. LeBlanc
December 24, 2007
How is it that Michael seems to have a photographic memory when it comes to recording Jack's dirty deeds, but becomes blind as a sunstruck bat when it comes to seeing Gloria's?
Judith Chapman
December 31, 2007
Time to poke through the pile of a year's worth of columns and try to ferret out the fine from the foul, the best from the banal, and the good from the awful.

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