Exactly. This writes itself. It's SO soapy. But Frank drains the energy and drama out of everything. But we will see. I think the writers do get it (I have questions about Chris) but who knows. Fault still lies with the writers too.
Frank acts like he's scared of there being any *real* drama. He wants to cater some line between all these stanbases or something. It's just so weird.
I would take a full circle moment with Carly coming down the stairs in Jason's shirt as Sonny walks in thinking his wife is sitting there waiting while he sat on his ass an entire year and did nothing to find his identity.. A good writer could have a feast with this because it's old school.
Sounds more like a Griffith idea to me so it's probably this. I can't see Ashland being Brooks.
How on earth does this man still keep his job? Must be nice to just throw out random ideas and call yourself a head writer for years and years. Y&R feels so lost and empty.