Y&R = Billy's Birthday Party
- From: "Y&R&ATWT&GL" <markkissozzy@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2011 16:10:46 -0700 (PDT)
Billy's family I don't know if Jill even called Billy because they
don't show us everything and it was still kind of rude not to invited
Jill or even his daughter. For his daughter can't throw her daddy a
birthday party. There isn't a damned thing Chloe could do about it.
That's why I think they ought to boot her out of there. But if she
stays I hope Jill and Kay invite Billy over all the time just to stick
it to Chloe and better yet so he gets to see his daughter. Billy's
life style in this case I don't mind that Jill and Abby weren't at
this particular party. It was quiet and showed everyone moving on. Of
course part of it was to segway into Tucker being a father. Personally
I didn't want Chloe around Billy on this birthday and this isn't a
slam against Chloe or her actions. The fact that all Jack seemed to
want to talk about was what he was doing at Jabot. It was Billy's
party the last thing that needed to be talked about was business.
What's funny is that Billy hated Tucker before, and was very upset at
him hurting Katherine. Billy thinks of Katherine like a grandmother
and was very close to her. Nothing has changed, but now like Jill, for
some odd reason, Billy has no problem him. Maybe Billy will turn out
to be Tucker's son. Most of the women are now unemployed and out of
positions of power, be it in the work force or their own families. Of
course they would reduce the power of the strongest and most
independent women on the show Jill & Katherine every chance they get.
Katherine has had sole control of CI for 35 years, now she must share
with a man. Jill is not only the most qualified business women on Y&R
but in all of daytime soaps so she is moved out of the way. There is
no reason that both can be on Y&R.
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