: I just love the Chloe redemption, you have always been a good father (except the last time you were drinking and gambling, I took all your rights, and you left town)
If I wasn't so sure, they were going to get back together, and have their baby, I would be sooo DONE!!!!!!!!!!
Tired of Villy being used for plot points, it is really wearing me down.
VILLY IS MAGIC (BM AH)
I know exactly how you feel. I can't even bring myself to watch today's CAN. How painful is it? Do you get a knot in the pit of your stomach when you watch Villy fight. Poor sweet Villy. So in love and they can't catch a break for one minute.
I'm exhausted just thinking about Victor setting up Billy so elaborately, for months now. It's not that I don't think it COULD all blow up in Victor's face, but Victor never got nailed for hiring that hooker that resulted in Billy losing Delia. So maybe no one will ever know what Victor's doing right now. And we know the sway that EB holds when it comes to writing decisions with JFP, JG, BB, MAB, you name it. Victor always gets the last word, the upper hand, the free get out of jail in Myanmar card.
I'm sure that Victor set up the whole restaurant winning too. Remember we never did see Barry's cards. And soon as Billy won, Victor was hanging out all by his lonesome at OTB. Just glaring at Billy. So now we can guess correctly that Carmine is working for Victor too. Again, it's just so exhausting at this point. And old. And overused. And frustrating.
As soon as Victor found out that Vicki was trying to have a baby, he launched this whole charade to destroy Billy for good before it was too late and Vicki actually had Billy's baby on board. Which underscores just how creepy Victor's obsession is with his daughter. Victor apparently is the custodian of Vicki's uterus.
In the best of all Villy worlds, Victor gets found out, and Nikki and Vicki abandon him. This wack job Melanie might know a little more than Victor knows she knows, if you know what I mean. Hmmm, where's that Dr. Costner, Nikki? But truly, if Billy decides to kick his addiction, it doesn't matter how many poker games and trifectas fall in Billy's lap. Billy has to choose love over gambling and he's just not there yet.