Ashland Locke hasn’t even been on The Young and the Restless for a year yet, but his future is already of great concern to much of Genoa City. He merged his company with Victoria Newman’s. He married Victoria Newman.
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And he is still the legal father of the child Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) and Summer Newman Abbott (Hunter King) are playing house with in Italy. So whether or not the dude is going to live or die, is of grave importance to almost 4,000 viewers:
It was super close, but 37% of you squeaked out a win by voting that the whole thing has been a scam from the beginning. Ashland (Richard Burgi) was never dying. He simply pretended to be in order to steal Newman Enterprises from Victoria (Amelia Heinle). And stick it to Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) for almost letting him die. Marrying Victoria was just a sexy bonus.
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In a photo-finish, 36% of the audience agrees that Ashland should live, but only because he and Victoria are truly in love. She’s never been happier, and he deserves an honest love after what Tara Locke (Elizabeth Leiner) put him through. They could form a blended family – and a united front when it comes to conquering the business world. They are just what the other has been waiting their whole life for!
He said he was dying, 27% stubbornly insist, so Ashland should keep his word. Even if a better treatment comes up, Ashland should refuse to take it. Once a man commits to dying, there is no excuse for pulling through at the last minute. Victoria is already planning her widow’s wardrobe – we’re sure Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) has a killer concept – and Kyle and Summer are ready to play Mommy and Daddy for good. Don’t ruin it for them.
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