Even though she didn’t remember exactly what happened, Lily took the blame for causing Hilary’s death on The Young and the Restless.
Following Devon’s (Bryton James) last minute change of heart, Lily (Christel Khalil) was sentenced to a year in prison. Cane (Daniel Goddard) promised to visit every day, but he’s already managed to miss a few.
Meanwhile, Lily is dealing with her new normal, making new friends and discoveries about just how sheltered she’s been. Cane is uncomfortable with this more edgy Lily but was fascinated she’d learned jailbird cosmetics hacks.
She could be a regular Ashley Abbott from behind bars, except somehow she’s also now in danger due to her skills.
Do you want to stay with Lily after Cane leaves and see what’s really going on? Almost 14,000 debated signing up for Visiting Day.
Stay In Town
No thank you, 67% of the audience is with Cane on this one. You love the Lily who makes a living either posing for pictures or hiring other pretty girls to do the same.
You have no interest in what she’s doing now. Prison is supposed to be a punishment. For her, not for you. You didn’t do anything wrong. (Well, except wishing Hilary dead, but that doesn’t count.)
So, why should you suffer? You’ll catch Lily at the end of her sentence. Besides, nobody looks good in an orange jumpsuit — or blue denim tops. Not even Lily.
Orange Is the New Black
This is different, this is interesting, 32% of you muse. There is just so much wife and mother/mogul Lily you can take before she becomes boring.
Lily as a fish out of water in prison could be an interesting storyline. And Lily recognizing how fortunate she’s been her whole life and reaching out to help other less fortunate inmates could give her a brand new and attractive shade.
We’ve done the paternity thing with Lily, we’ve done the cheating spouses, and the problem kids. Lily in prison could actually be fresh.
The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.