It’s bad enough that Lily Winters and Billy Abbott can’t have a cute couple name on The Young and the Restless — BiLily? Blilly? WAbbot? Nothing exactly rolls of the tongue. But there is also the fact that Billy can’t stop obsessing over ex-wife, Victoria Newman.
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Lily (Christel Khalil) called Billy (Jason Thompson) on it, and he seemingly backed down. But we all know it’s only a matter of time before he gets back to worrying more about her than he does about the woman he’s currently living — and working — with. Should Lily just cut her losses here?
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It’s rare when we have an exact tie, but Billy and Lily actually made it happen. Exactly 40% of you agree that his fixation on Victoria (Amelia Heinle) means that Billy and Lily’s relationship is dead in the water. If he can’t stop thinking about Victoria and staying up nights babbling about Victoria’s evil husband, then Lily should have a pretty good clue of where his mind — and his heart — is, and move to protect hers, before it’s too late.
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Then again, a second 40% of the audience is on Team Billy. He has every right to worry about his children, Johnny and Katie. Lily should be able to understand that; she has a son and daughter of her own — even though we haven’t heard from or of them in months. Billy would never ask Lily not to be concerned about Charlie and Mattie, and so she should support his love of Johnny and Katie. Victoria is just their mother. That’s the only reason he even gives her so much as a second thought.
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Victoria is just the tip of the iceberg, 20% of the voters sigh. How about Billy’s weird podcast ramblings? How about his obvious problem with Lily being his boss? This couple has so much going against them. Just cut their losses already!
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