Y&R: GENOA CITY HONORS NEIL
Soap Opera Digest|May 31, 2021
To celebrate the life and times of the much-beloved Neil Winters, Y&R is devoting an entire episode to the character, who passed away in April 2019. “Y&R has done a really great job at putting together this episode that’s really unique,” praises Bryton James, who plays Neil’s adopted son, Devon. “I think it’s a really cool concept. It’s not just a traditional thing of everyone just gathered around and talking about Neil. It utilizes the entire world of Genoa City.”

Devon plans a memorial that will be a self-guided walking tour through the city. “Devon has asked different people to participate in this by using their own locations,” explains James. “For instance, Sharon contributes to the coffeehouse by having a special drink in Neil’s honor, and we see her and Devon sharing stories about him. And Victor sets up an elaborate display of Neil’s accomplishments at Newman Enterprises in the lobby of Newman Tower.”

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