Billy Abbott and Lily Winters are juggling two distinct but equal quandaries on The Young and the Restless. They’ve moved in together and are dealing with Billy’s kids, Johnny and Katie, living with them while their mother deals with her dying fiancé.
The Young and the Restless: Digging Up Dirt
At the same time, Billy is spending the bulk of his time trying to dig up dirt on said dying fiancé so that he doesn’t become the suddenly recovered husband. For purely journalist reasons, of course. Which project should they focus their attention on first? What almost 3,000 voters had to say about it:
Here We Come To Save the Day
These two crusading reporters should team up to bring Ashland Locke (Richard Burgi) down, say 56% of you. It would be one thing if this were just another story, but this is their chance to save Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle). She can’t be expected to look after herself. She needs her ex-husband and his new main squeeze to save her from herself. For Johnny and Katie’s sake, of course.
The Young and the Restless: Down On One Knee
Lily (Christel Khalil) is obviously feeling like she’s playing second fiddle to Billy’s (Jason Thompson) Victoria obsession, and 28% of the audience thinks the best way for him to assuage her would be for Billy to pop the question.
How about somebody to come between them, 9% suggest. Victoria obviously has her own thing going on these days, but where is Lily’s ex, Cane Ashby (Daniel Goddard). Those two have never been able to stay away from each other for long.
End Of The Young and the Restless Road
Jill Abbott (Jess Walton) invested in their media company so they could break stories, not relationships 7% of you remind. If all Billy cares about is taking down Ashland, then Jill should pull her funding and send them both off to find real jobs.
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