The Young and the Restless

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The Young and the Restless

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Mondays, 7:00 PM EST on CBS
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10 Seasons, 1001 Episodes
60 Minutes
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Young and the Restless takes place in Genoa City. The main charters work for Jabott. Named after John Abbot. (Deceased) or Newman Enterprises owned by Victor Newman. Johns son Jack and Victor are life long enemies. They become friends when it is to their best intrest. Both have been married to Victors WIfe Nikki.

SEASON 25 • EPISODE 08

Ep. #6286

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by LizardQueen77

Jan 27, 2020

This series took a staple element of the detective genre - mismatched partners, and added the twist that they were brothers. Instead of setting it in a classic location for a detective series (NY, LA, Chicago), they took the 90 minute drive down the coast to the beautiful city of San Diego. What they found was a gold mine. Instead of the tired cliche locations, they banked on the little seen but widely known attractions of San Diego. The chemistry between the male leads was wonderful, the relationship they had developed as brothers was very believable, the dialogue was great. This show the right combination of comedy and drama. There was a strong supporting cast. The acting is stellar in most cases, there were good story lines, and the show didn't take itself too seriously. Simon and Simon showed just enough of the mundane side of the investigation business to keep it believable.

by cLoUless

Jun 19, 2015

The 80's - they were the time for P.I. shows. And Simon & Simon was right there. This two brother could not be much different, in almost any aspect of their lives and the way they approached a case. I do remember that I did like Rick better, as he was a fearnaught, a cowboy with the macho talk and the "yeps" "nopes" and his brother A.J. was the smooth talker, clean and elegant. So if you are into the 80's and did like Miami Vice or Riptide, then S&S is more than recommendable.