The Young and the Restless has couples in the happily ever after stage, in the happy for now stage, and in the could be happy if they just got their act together stage. But which one is in ‘this pairing really works’ stage?
Young and the Restless: Explain It To Me Slowly
They may be on the edge of a breakup, but 18% are rooting for Lily Winters (Christel Khalil) and Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson). You realize they’re in danger of losing this relationship, but you also hope couples therapy is just the ticket to success for them, despite not having working together in common anymore. They’ve never really had much personally in common. But you still think this coupling is the one that works best.
A Y&R Friend In Need
Billy and Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan), on the other hand, have oodles in common, an almost equal 19% would like to point out. Chelsea’s life goal is to get a wealthy man to cater to her every need, and Billy’s is to be needed so he can feel like he hasn’t failed at absolutely everything in his life. Sure, this relationship is pathetic and co-dependent, and started with a rape, and will be really, really bad for Johnny Abbott (Paxton Mishkind). But it’s completely on brand for both of them: Doing whatever they want and to hell with everyone else.
Young and the Restless Try Again
What 63% of you would really like to see is a reunion between Lily and Daniel Romalatti (Michael Graziadei). You loved them as teens, especially when they were on the run to clear his name, and the fact that they never got a chance to connect as adults is still gnawing at you.
Now that’s he back — and seemingly over his pesky relationship with Heather Williams while, for some reason, dumping his daughter, Lucy, with her — it’s a perfect time for Lily to realize her happiness lies with her childhood flame, not the man-child she’s living with for some reason.
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