On The Young and the Restless, Victor Newman told Kyle Abbott that he should take out a restraining order to make sure Ashland Locke has no access to Harrison Locke — Victor will even provide his own attorney to push through the paperwork!
Young and the Restless Polling
Yes, sir, you’re right, sir, absolutely, sir, Kyle (Michael Mealor) nodded his head numbly and did as he was told by his grandfather-in-law. Did Kyle make the right call?
Bad Y&R Daddy
Ashland (Robert Newman) is a monster, 42% of you huff and puff, and he shouldn’t be allowed anywhere near wee Harrison (Kellen Enriquez). Who cares if the tot has already lost his mom, and was dragged off to a foreign country with a total stranger and the even bigger total stranger the total stranger married. Keeping him from the man Harrison called Father for the first four years of his life is for Harrison’s own good. You know, the way Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters) leaving him was for Kyle’s… And grown-up Kyle doesn’t mind at all!
Young and the Restless: Best Interests of the Child
A more sympathetic 33% of the audience would like to point out that nothing that Ashland did was Harrison’s fault. Kyle is looking to punish his son’s other father, but, in reality, he’ll be punishing the boy he — and Summer Newman Abbott (Allison Lenier) — claim to love oh, so very, very much. Think about him for a change, not yourselves, guys.
Last Chance In Genoa City
It all depends on what Ashland does now, 25% of the fans are willing to split the difference. If he can prove he’s a good influence on Harrison and won’t be pulling any more dirty tricks, then he can be given limited visitation…with the child who is his legal son and whom he could take anywhere at any time and Kyle wouldn’t have any legal recourse to stop.
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