Are Jill Foster Abbott, Lily Winters, and Devon Hamilton still planning to IPO their company on The Young and the Restless? Now that Nate Hastings isn’t scheming against it, we haven’t heard too much about what was the most important topic ever, only a few weeks ago. Should they damn the torpedoes and go full speed ahead, nonetheless?
Y&R Lady Boss
If Jill (Jess Walton) still wants it, Jill should have it, 8% insist. This was her idea, and no doctor turned businessman turned corporate spy like Nate (Sean Dominic) has ever been enough to derail a force of nature like Jill. Maybe it will even give us a chance to see more of her in Genoa City. Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) proved no match for Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters). Jill, on the other hand….
First Cut is the Deepest For Lily Winters And Devon Hamilton
They should go ahead, 18% agree, but cut Devon (Bryton James) out. He was never enthused in the first place, either about the IPO, or the merger with Chancellor. Lily (Christel Khalil) talked him into it, but her heart doesn’t seem to be there anymore, and after the fiasco with Nate, it’s better to keep business and family separate. Or risk turning into the Newmans.
Young and Restless Dumb Belles
It was a stupid idea to begin with, and the quicker it’s dropped, the better, 74% advise. Now that Jill and Lily know that both Tucker McCall (Trevor St John) and Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) are gunning for them. OK, they don’t know officially, but Tucker’s arrival in town is awfully coincidental, while Nate is now working for Victoria; how much evidence do these clods need? Why would they risk losing the company Kay Chancellor (Jeanne Cooper) worked so hard to maintain…after inheriting it from the husband she killed? Honor the woman’s legacy, for Pete’s sake!
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