Who will Tara go after when she returns in Young and the Restless?
On The Young and the Restless, no one remembers Tara Locke rotting in prison. It’s like Harrison Locke has two parents, Ashland Locke and Kyle Abbott. They are the only ones who have to agree to share the boy. Tara is no longer a postman.
The young and the restless: for revenge
They are both so sure that she will never see the light of day. But the rich tend to avoid jail time. As soon as Tara (Elizabeth Leiner) comes out, she will head straight for Genoa City. And on whom will she then kindle her anger? What over 3,000 voters have to say:
It was Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) who decided to get rid of Tara, and 41% of you think she will be the one Tara goes first. Phyllis poked her nose where it didn’t belong to Tara. It’s time for Tara to do the same with Phyllis.
The young and the restless: my baby
The only person that newly humiliated Tara will care about is Harrison. She doesn’t need revenge, she needs to get her baby boy back. Tara will be shocked to learn that Harrison doesn’t even live in America anymore. She will travel to Italy, according to 37%, to take her away from Kyle (Michael Mealor) and Summer Newman (Hunter King), and Genoa City will be just a bad dream she’ll never want to relive.
What’s yours is mine
Tara married Ashland (Richard Burgi) for his money, and now that he’s on the verge of death, 12% of the public doesn’t want it to go to anyone else. Ashland thought she was painful to marry. Wait until he finds out what she wants to be divorced from.
Your enemies closer
A final 10% predict that Tara will blame Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope). If the other redhead had only followed Tara’s plan, they would all have had what they wanted and everything would have gone well!
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