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|Mason||Dec 8 2009, 07:55 PM|
MOST REALISTIC FAMILY|
NICK, SHARON, CASSIE AND NOAH, THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS
Nick and Sharon are one of the only young, married couples on daytime who face their obstacles together. Married since 1997, they've endured infidelity (his, with Grace), family in-fighting (Victor tossed Nick out on his wallet when he learned his son had defied him and bought Crimson Lights) and health scares (Noah, Sharon and just recently, Cassie). But when the chips are down, count on Nick and Sharon to pull together, not apart.
What makes this marriage work? For one thing, they respect one another. Unlike his dad, Nick involves Sharon in his work. If he's jazzed or depressed, he actually tells her. This year, they expanded their coffeehouse business, adding two more locations. We watched as they crunched numbers, put in extra time at Crimson Lights and developed fresh ideas to lure new customers. Often, Cassie could be found at a nearby table doing her homework, with Noah by her side. Cassie's TB scare showed Nick and Sharon at their best, taking turns caring for her while boosting each other's spirits. The return of Matt, the rapist with the new head, will obviously threaten the Newman family's happiness, but our money's on Nick and Sharon coming through with crimson colors.
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