The Young and the Restless (YR) viewers got to check in with Mac when she briefly returned to town for the Walnut Grove anniversary celebration (also a YR anniversary celebration), as played by Kelley Kruger.
That’s when fans got an earful about why Mac was really divorcing JT (Thad Luckinbill) and suing for full custody of the kids. Her story was also a warning tale for Victoria (Amelia Heinle), which Victoria failed to heed until it was too late.
Now Mac keeps texting Vicky, wondering if she knows where their mutual ex-husband has gone. Victoria knows. But she’s hardly going to tell.
Should Mac return to Genoa City for good and really put the screws to Victoria? Over 5,000 made their thoughts knows!
Victoria has enough problems, 65% of you assert, without Mac adding to them. There is Victor (Eric Braeden), who can’t stomach the thought of a world in which he doesn’t get to be the ultimate arbitrator over all things.
There’s Nick (Joshua Morrow), who has appointed himself avenging angel, even though JT’s victims would prefer he keep out of it. There’s Reed (Tristan Lake Leabu), who went away to boarding school, rather than stay with his mom and be reminded of everything he’s lost.
Mac would only make a bad situation worse.
Mac is more than just a potential thorn in Victoria’s side, 35% of the audience counters, indignant. She is Katherine’s (Jeanne Cooper) granddaughter, and thus a member of one of Genoa City’s core families. (It’s bad enough all the Brookses have been driven out of town).
She is also Billy’s (Jason Thompson) ‘One Who Got Away’. They were in love, but thought they couldn’t be together because they were related. Now that Jill (Jess Walton) is no longer Kay’s daughter, that’s not a problem anymore. Maybe Billy and Mac want to explore what might have been…
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