Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers hint that Genoa City doesn’t quite feel the same without Kevin Fisher.
While, Days of Our Lives (DOOL) fans get to enjoy watching actor Greg Rikaart play Leo Stark, some Genoa City viewers would love to get a little Kevin Fisher love, now and again.
With Daniel Romalotti’s (Michael Graziadei) return in late 2022, it’s interesting that the show hasn’t capitalized on the history between Daniel, Kevin, and Lily Winters (Christel Khalil) considering Dily’s reunion. Has the show missed a major opportunity?
The Young And The Restless Spoilers – His Wife Seems To Be In The Picture (Sort Of)
Y&R spoilers note that while Kevin seems to be MIA, Chloe Fisher (Elizabeth Hendrickson) still appears on the show, no and again.
The actress in the role has been dropped down to recurring status, the same as Rikaart; however, whenever Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) or Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan) need a bestie to lean on, Ms. Fisher is ready to lend a shoulder to cry on or an ear to listen.
Why isn’t Kevin given the same grace?
Y&R Spoilers – A Storyline Isn’t Needed, But Some Scenes Would Be Nice
With all that Daniel went through recently, not only “losing” his mom, but also finding out she faked her own death, it would’ve been nice to see his best friend by his side for a scene or two.
Daniel and his daughter Lucy Romalotti (Lily Brooks O’Briant) recently ran into Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) as she was at the park with her daughter, Aria Porter-Copeland (Maddie and Millie Ingle).
As Daniel and Mariah used to be the best of friends, even dating at one point, it was nice to see the two old buddies reconnect, with children of their own.
While Mariah and Daniel were close, the history between him and Kevin is so much greater.
Fans love drama, but there’s also something to be said about watching their favorites draw memories from the past.
It makes the audience feel more “a part” of things and connected to the characters.
With Daniel’s return, has the show missed an opportunity with Kevin Fisher? Comment, below.