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'The Young and the Restless': Billy Miller and Michael Muhney shoot for the Emmy

Adam managed to miss every pointed question that was shot at him.
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What will his final on-screen scene be? That's the question that every 'Young and the Restless' fan is asking this week as Michael Muhney's last 'Adam Newman' moments are revealed.

'Billy Abbot' (aka Billy Miller), who'll also be exiting stage left shortly (though through his own volition), pulled a gun on 'Victor, Junior' during the tail-end of this week's opening show. Then, he forced one of the medium's modern monsters into his now-fabled black SUV.

After both tortured souls arrived at the 'Delia' death spot, 'Billy' began to confront the artful dodger about the details of that ill-fated October night. Ever the non-practicing attorney, 'Adam' managed to miss every pointed question that was shot at him.

The range that these two terrific dramatists have displayed throughout this entire story arc has been nothing short of superb. Both men deserve Emmy nominations. Case closed.

A few more pages of delicious dialogue will be spoken when tomorrow's paused confrontation is released. Of course, every serious fan already knows that the final resolution (or created cliffhanger) won't be broadcast by CBS until January 30.

Moments like these represent the reason why this genre, first on radio and ever since on a transforming television screen, remains so beloved. Great drama transcends time.

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