CBS Soaps In Depth - - We Speak Out! -

Bill is def­i­nitely cre­ative when it comes to go­ing af­ter what he wants, but we don’t re­ally un­der­stand why he didn’t just of­fer to pay the cash-poor Sally that cool $5 mill to re­lo­cate to much nicer digs, then buy the build­ing from C.J. for a fair price — an op­tion that would have been win-win for ev­ery­one in­volved! His ap­par­ent brain lapse is our win, of course, since the most in­ter­est­ing facet of Bill’s cur­rent ob­ses­sion is

the fall­out that seems likely to hit him where it hurts, i.e. within his own fam­ily. Al­ready, we’re see­ing a grow­ing rift be­tween Liam and his fa­ther, and once Brooke dis­cov­ers her hus­band’s de­plorable acts, she

might start to think that Ridge smooching Quinn was no big­gie by com­par­i­son! Bill may con­sider Skye his other lady love, but some­thing tells us she’s not ideal for snug­gling up with late at night!


Why is THE YOUNG & THE REST­LESS’ Vic­to­ria run­ning Brash & Sassy rather than tak­ing her right­ful place at Vic­tor’s side, work­ing as CEO at New­man En­ter­prises? Danni Matthews Pitts­burgh, PA

A.Vic­to­ria has worked side-by-side with her fa­ther for years, and of­ten stepped in to run New­man when Vic­tor left (or was thought dead). But af­ter the whole Marco de­ba­cle, Vic­tor felt like his daugh­ter had be­trayed him when she re­fused to tes­tify on his be­half. To re­tal­i­ate, he sold her brain­child, Brash & Sassy, to Billy, who later lost it to his mom, Jill. Af­ter a judge let Vic­tor out of prison, his first step was to oust Vic­to­ria from the com­pany as fur­ther pun­ish­ment for her lack of sup­port. Vic­to­ria wasn’t out of work for long — Jill hired her to run Brash & Sassy, hop­ing close prox­im­ity to Billy would re­unite the cou­ple. Later, Vic­to­ria bought Brash & Sassy from Jill, when the ma­tri­arch found her bank ac­counts wiped by Colin. And even though Vic­to­ria and Vic­tor have since rec­on­ciled, she seems happy run­ning her own com­pany!

Q. What­ever hap­pened to THE BOLD & THE BEAU­TI­FUL’S Dayzee, the young woman who ran the coffeehouse?

A.Marie via E-mail The last time we heard men­tion of Dayzee and her hus­band, Mar­cus (who is Carter’s brother and Donna’s son), was back in 2013 when they were head­ing to Jo­han­nes­burg, South Africa, so he could con­duct some Forrester busi­ness. It’s with good rea­son that we aren’t likely to see Dayzee in the near fu­ture, as her por­trayer, Kris­tolyn Lloyd, is cur­rently a cast mem­ber in the pop­u­lar Broad­way show Dear Evan Hansen, which won a Tony Award this year for best mu­si­cal! Q. I love the song “Is­sues” by Julia Michaels, and my cousin told me she once per­formed on B&B. Can you con­firm this?

A.Cassie Cane via E-mail Your cousin has a great mem­ory! The singer ap­peared on the show back in 2009, when Liam in­vited her to per­form the song “Next To You” at his and St­effy’s wed­ding re­cep­tion. Since then, her ca­reer has flour­ished. In 2016, she per­formed a song at the clos­ing cer­e­mony of the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, and this year she was nom­i­nated for an MTV award in the cat­e­gor y of “Best New Artist.” In ad­di­tion to per­form­ing, she’s also a pro­lific song­writer, hav­ing writ­ten tunes for the likes of Demi Lo­vato, Se­lena Gomez, Gwen Ste­fani and Justin Bieber.

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