I know, I know. This revelation is going to cause a lot of DC's readers and listeners to scratch their heads (much like I did at learning those twins belong to Sheila this week. Sigh. Maria, Maria, Maria.), not to mention my podcast co-hosts, but I admit it. I love me some Billy (Billy Miller) and Victoria (Amelia Heinle)! Listen, I am as shocked by this development as anyone, but I do, I adore this pairing that I was so prepared to hate.
It could be that Billy and Vicky's burgeoning, realistic love story, fraught with decades' worth of PLAUSIBLE conflict betwixt two warring dynasties is the only tale worth watching on what is quickly becoming a soap operatic train wreck of ginormous, LML-like proportions, featuring one insanely-stupid, stupid STUPID lookalike story after another (more on that later) or it could simply be that Miller is bringing out something fun and mischievous in Heinle, which is translating very well onscreen.
Yep, it's offical. Heinle has been Millered! Now then, can Magic Miller (he's been upgraded from Killer as a result of his latest successful assignment) go sit next to Maria, Hogan and Scott when they write the rest of the show, so his wonderful goodness can inspire and/or rub off on their writing, before Victor's twin Lictor comes to town to, oh I don't know, eats all of the horses on the Newman ranch because their caretaker at the orphanage fed Victor more curds and whey than Lictor?
Check out a teaser of what's coming up for Harmony's Genoa City's sexy, new pairing in this week's CBS Soaps In Depth after the jump!
This week on THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS, Victoria finds herself as a prime suspect in the murder of her half brother, Adam! While Victor’s daughter does have an alibi — that she was in bed with Billy at the time! — will she ‘fess up? After all, it’s not just her freedom that’s on the line, but custody of her son, too!
Only Soaps In Depth has the inside scoop on a mother’s heartbreaking decision — and the lowdown from Y&R’s Christian Jules LeBlanc (Michael) about returning to AS THE WORLD TURNS! — so be sure to pick up the new CBS issue today!