Y&R spoilers are full of situations destined to drive Jill Foster Abbott insane. She may be away from Genoa City at the moment, but that doesn’t mean it can’t use a bit of her version of tough love. The last few times we saw Jill, it was over video chat.
From The Computer Of Jill Foster Abbott
But now, let’s go to Jill’s (Jess Walton) email for a peek at what she’s thinking, feeling, and hating about what’s going on in Genoa City. Here’s what we suspect she’d have to say.
To Abby, From Jill
Listen up, Princess. I don’t care if your father has the most impressive mustache in Wisconsin and your mother is the perfume, Czarina. Where do you get off treating my grandson like he’s nothing? Chance is Dominic’s legal father, and he’s got rights. I know Devon isn’t the one keeping that little boy from my Chance. Devon is a decent young man. You, on the other hand, have gotten way too used to getting your own way. Guess what? I’m going to make sure that doesn’t happen.
To Esther, From Jill
You spent how many decades working for Katherine? How did you manage to pick up absolutely no business sense along the way? Where in the hospitality handbook does it say that the way to get customers to come back is to berate them? Sure, Adam is filth. And, yes, I know what he did to your Delia. I am not making light of that in the slightest. I lost a son, too (well, I thought I did, the little bastard was just faking it). But Adam came to Crimson Lights for a cup of coffee. Not your opinion. That’s not what Sharon hired you for.
To Lily, From Jill Foster Abbott
What? Did I just hear you say that Victor wants out of Chancellor-Winters? Why didn’t you stop him? No, I didn’t know isn’t an excuse. I made you CEO so that you would know. What do you think your job is? How much money are we going to lose over this? No, I don’t know isn’t an adequate answer for that, either. Do I have to come back and handle this myself? Just say the word. Can nothing in this town get done without me?
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