The Young and the Restless spoilers for Tuesday, September 17, 2019, reveal Billy’s haunted encounter changing his entire world. Make sure to tune in because this is one episode you will not want to miss.
Billy’s (Jason Thompson) a mess. In fact, he’s a walking, talking disaster who is getting worse by the day. His real self is bad enough but when you add in his gum-chewing persona and he’s just about ruined his entire life.
It’s time Billy finally take a deep dive into himself and clean out the ugliness and let in some light. However, to do that, he’ll have to have an emotional talk with the most important person from his past — Delia.
Have your tissues ready for these tear-jerking scenes. Billy’s daughter is coming back to give her dad a strong reality check. Her father is in pain and she wants him to finally feel whole again.
Expect a teenage Delia to appear to Billy and set him straight. He needs to let her go. He needs to let her be in peace. And, he needs to better himself so when the time comes he joins her in the clouds instead of going down in flames. It’s the only way they can be a family again one day.
The Young and the Restless spoilers tease sweet Delia begging and pleading with her dad to reset his life and start living the right way. He needs to be a good dad to Johnny and Katie and a good man for Victoria (Amelia Heinle).
Anything less is simply unacceptable. He can not keep walking around with all this rage in his heart and blaming Adam for all of it. It’s becoming who he is and that’s not safe. Just look at where his anger has led.
Will Billy take his daughter’s words to heart? Her loss is the reason his life keeps spiraling out of control but moving forward is never easy. Can he do it? Is he able to let Delia’s memory live without dwelling on her loss?
This could be a brand new beginning for Billy. Getting permission from Delia to be happy could be just what he needed to hear all these years. Let’s hope he can finally let go of his pain and live in the moment. The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.