CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers – June 26 Throwback Spoilers – Cassie is Awarded to Sharon and Nick; Camryn Grime’s Outstanding Younger Actress Performance

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CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers – June 26 Throwback Spoilers – Cassie is Awarded to Sharon and Nick; Camryn Grime’s Outstanding Younger Actress Performance

CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers here ready to finish off another week with a throwback spoiler for another awesome Daytime Emmy winning performance. We’ve gotten to see so amazing performances this week featuring some of our favorites over the last thirty or so years, but thing one is a little newer despite being twenty-one years old.

Yep, we’re teasing an episode that aired July 19, 1999 and featured Cassie Newman (Camryn Grimes) in a performance that won Camryn the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actress. In this episode, Sharon Newman (Sharon Case) and Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) were attempting to convince a judge to award them custody of Cassie, but due to their personal problems raising concerns, they were thisclose to losing her.

On a side but pretty cool note, this is a pretty big week for Cassie as she made her debut appearance a couple of days back when she stepped off the bus and into Genoa City for the first time. It also marks a pretty cool career by Camryn Grimes, and one CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers hope to see continue for years to come.

Anyway, let’s get back to the episode at hand…

Lending a hand

Custody cases are always difficult whether it’s fiction or real, and the angst has been used by numerous shows over the years, and it nearly always came down to an impassioned pleas by the child or children in question. The performances have ranged from bad but really cute, to impressive and cute. This scene gave us a glimpse of what Camryn is capable of when she really gets going in a scene, and she hasn’t disappointed us throughout the years.

On most shows, we never know which way the judge is leaning, but we’re always guided to believe the ruling will be against the current family to ramp up our anxiety so we pay closer attention for the payout.

This time, we knew the judge was going to rule against Nick and Sharon. They were having too many problems between them for the judge to rule otherwise, but then the typical event happened as Cassie entered with the social worker at her side. The social worker told the judge that Cassie wanted to make her feelings be known. After a brief discussion, it was explained to the judge that testifying wouldn’t hurt Cassie, but she could be hurt is she wasn’t allowed to share her thoughts.

With things decided, the judge allowed Cassie to take the stand and share what she thought and felt.

Cassie pointed out that if she was ordered to go home with Alice Johnson (Tamara Clatterbuck) she would try her best to be happy, but her choice would be to return home to live with her mom and Nick.

When the judge asked her if she knew they had problems, she said she did, but also that they always loved each other and would make it a good home.

That gave the judge a lot to think about, and after a short recess the decision was made that Cassie would go home with Nick and Sharon and it would be treated as a foster home, but after six month the judge hoped Nick and Sharon would consider adopting her.

While the outcome wasn’t a surprise since it’s the standard go to more times than not, Camryn’s performance on the stand was awesome and CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers intend to watch it a few times.

Now that the week is over and the 47th Annual Daytime Grammy Awards on Friday night (June 26) at 8 p.m. on CBS, what was your favorite Grammy performance this week? Let us know below, and give CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers a follow for the latest updates, spoilers, and speculation around.

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