For most women, your husband lying to you about his past — time after time after time after time — would be a wee bit suspicious. But not Victoria Newman Locke on The Young and the Restless!
The Young and the Restless Polling
She didn’t start buying a clue that maybe Ashland Locke (Robert Newman) is holding something back until he slipped up and made it sound like he believed he was in charge of Newman-Locke. Ashland backpedaled, but do almost 3,000 fans believe Victoria (Amelia Heinle) should be taking a closer look at the virtual stranger she married? Here’s what they told us:
Y&R History of Lying
The dude wouldn’t know the truth if he tripped over it, 70% of you fume. Wake up, Victoria! He has an agenda! And making you happy ain’t it.
Young and the Restless: Power Rush
The man may love you, a smaller 25% of viewers concedes, but he loves power more. This is all about getting back the media company your father extorted out of him…and then getting back at Victor by taking over all of Newman Enterprises kit and caboodle. You thought your beauty had tamed the Locke Ness Monster? You thought wrong.
Y&R: Bigger Threat
Ashland is nothing compared to Victor Newman (Eric Braeden), a cautious 4% of the audience advises. Victoria’s daddy doesn’t relish the idea of not being in charge of anything with the Newman name attached to it, and he will be happy to take down Ashland in order to get it back. And if taking down Ashland means taking Victoria down with him, then…collateral damage.
Young and the Restless: Love is All Around
Victoria may believe her marriage is happy, but less than 1% of voters were willing to commit to the idea that Victoria loves Ashland, Ashland loves Victoria, nobody is trying to steal anything out from underneath anyone else and this is a happy ending all around.
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