"Young and the Restless:" Diane setting up Kyle to become the next Jabot co-CEO

Amy Christie

While Kyle has been in the spotlight in the latest episodes of The Young and the Restless for having an affair with Audra, that's not all there is to him. He's got business interests, too, and while he was doing just fine at Newman Media, now that he got fired, new plans are being hatched.

Kyle may be feeling down because he was enjoying his time with Audra Charles, but his mom is definitely feeling this is a strategic moment he can't miss.

Billy Abbott has lots of people against him right now, including his own brother Jack. And if we count Tucker McCall's intent to get into his finances, his position looks very risky. At the same time, Diane feels this is a great moment to make Kyle's co-CEO ambitions a reality.

She talked to Kyle and found out he was not in a hurry to get a job now that he was unemployed, but as he was on his way to take his things out of the office he used to occupy at Newman Media, she advised him to be patient. And not to give up on his terms for coming back to Jabot.

And Kyle clearly told Jack, his dad, that he would only work there if he could have Billy's position.

What do you think about Diane's move? Is she right to favor Kyle since almost everyone feels Billy can't be trusted? Should she avoid pushing Kyle to that position even if he wants it because he doesn't have the experience or the business acumen needed to be successful in that role?

Is this scheming on Diane's part or merely persuading Jack to let their son show his expertise?

Don't forget to watch the latest episodes from The Young and the Restless, streamed on Paramount Plus and aired each weekday on CBS. Share your thoughts on what's coming, and add your twist on your favorite character.

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