When Lily Winters and Billy Abbott first got together on The Young and the Restless, the fans said…uh, OK, that’s something that happened. As they gushed about how well-matched they were and what great sex they were having, we went…uh, OK, if you say so. If they were happy, we were…not unhappy.
Young and the Restless Polling
But then Billy (Jason Thompson) became more and more obsessed with proving that ex-wife, Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) was making a mistake marrying Ashland Locke (Robert Newman) — because Billy was worried about their children, of course.
Now that even Victoria has admitted it was a mistake, Billy still can’t seem to let go. And Lily (Christel Khalil) is starting to get as annoyed as…we’ve all been for a while now. We can’t break these two up. But Lily can. Should she?
Y&R: Be Good
Nah, 42% of you dismiss; it wouldn’t be worth the airtime. But if Lily is game for calling Billy on more of his crap behavior, we’d definitely be down for that. He needs a good talking to!
Young and the Restless: Other Love
Ashland is right, Billy is still in love with Victoria, 36% of the audience agrees, and, with that being the case, Lily has no choice but to walk away. She’ll always come in second with him.
Y&R: He’s No Good, He’s No Good, He’s No…
Yeah, what the header says, 12% are singing along. Billy is not good for Lily. She can’t run a multimillion-dollar company as long as she is also worried about Billy every minute. He’s supposed to be supporting her, not making it so that she can’t focus.
Young and the Restless: Great Going
They’re great together, 10% counter. They don’t give each other ultimatums, they compliment each other and, most importantly, they don’t get in each other’s way. This is what an adult relationship looks like. When you don’t force the other person to be who you want them to be, but accept them for who they are.
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