CBS ‘The Young And The Restless’ (Y&R) spoilers show that Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) has been playing fast and loose with his life and isn’t afraid of taking risks. This, however, has led to him being perpetually stuck in the state of a man child for the better part of his years. Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) even openly mocks the man by calling him Billy Boy, while everyone else simply calls him Billy. It may seem like a small thing, but is it tied to him acting like a child? Will Billy be plain, Bill, soon enough?
We’ve known him as Billy forever, but times may be changing soon, and with Chancellor Communications set to boom here shortly, I think it will change who Billy is forever. After not running the company into the ground, people will begin to take notice of him and who he is now, maybe even someone like Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle)? From future snippets, we’ve seen Victoria come in and speak to him. What could that be about?
CBS ‘The Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: When Will Billy Boy (Jason Thompson) Be Just, Bill?
Billy Abbott, while it may have taken a while, is seemingly beginning to grow up. Or could it all just be a fluke? I prefer to give him the benefit of the doubt, as I see him being a big player in Genoa City, not just soon, but for a while. Perhaps even rivaling names like Victor Newman or Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman). He has a certain amount of drive to him and feels like he’s got nothing to lose. His name is already tarnished, things with Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan) fizzled out and it looks like he and Victoria will never be together again.
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare for Bill Abbott.
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