Stitch and Victoria #YR
I applaud Victoria for going off. YES. I AM. I DON’T CURR. About damn time, too.
Do I like that she’s using her unborn niece/nephew as leverage? Um, no. I don’t like when babies are used as bargaining chips. Period. But it’s not like Adam is being the concerned little brother and saying, “Yeah, your hubby has fallen back into his addiction. Call A&E and go on Intervention…” Adam will be pissed that the baby kept from him. But nobody ever died from being in the dark about a baby in utero.
However, Victoria almost did die from gambling. You know, staring down the business end of a gun and having it placed against her head. Oh, and then there was the time she was handcuffed to a couch and saw a dude shot outta nowhere. Chelsea and Adam may get back together when this baby lie comes out (I’m biased because I want them to, and Sharon annoys me to death, wakes me, and annoys me to death again. Sorry. Just being honest). Victoria, on the other hand, may not be so quick to be so understanding when she finds out that Billy has been gambling again.
The only reservations I have is the fact that Jack is involved in this Stephanie secret which will in turn affect the Abbott Family — and that most certainly includes her husband. When she finds out what Victor actually did, will she go to Billy who will in turn tell her he knew…that’s why he cut Adam off, or will she just blab? That’s the ONLY reservation I’ve got. That, and her using an innocent baby as leverage. To be honest, I’m happy she knows, but I don’t like that she did that. But as MCE said, she may use it to help Chelsea because Chelsea’s trying to keep this child away, and Victoria doesn’t like Adam. But again, let me say that I do not feel okay about having an innocent child caught in the crossfire.
Okay. Continuing on.
What I’m saying is Victoria is not the only bad guy here. She’s really not. Adam has done his fair share of dirt. Adam rolled into town and treated the other Newmans like something on the bottom of his shoe. And Victoria got the most of that treatment, hence her never ending attitude towards Adam. Yes. He saved Johnny. That is fact. Yes. Adam jumped in front of a bullet to save Victor’s life. Victoria acknowledges those things. She knows that and she’s not soulless just because she’s not gonna bend over to kiss Adam’s a**. I don’t get her fixation on protecting Victor, but *shrugs* that’s something psychological and she may need to be Dr. Watkins about that.
Victoria’s Adam FEELS ARE LIKE THIS:
And my FEELS about the storyline are like this:
This will be a cluster fluff of epic proportions, but you know what? I’m here for that.
It’s a close call for me because I like Adam and I like Victoria, but by a very, very, VERY slim margin
The Wedding of Victoria Newman and Brad Carlton. #AmeliaHeinle #DonDiamont #YR
Villy, Lucy, and Faith March 31, 2011 #YR
Billy: We’ve got company. Lucy, you want to play your favorite animal sounds for faith, hmm? Crank it up. Crank it up.
Victoria: Animal sounds? Okay.
Billy: We got some—how does it go? How does a tiger go? Does it go…? (Growls)
Victoria: That’s a tiger?
Billy: How about a wolf? (Howls) No? (Laughs)
Victoria: I think you’re scaring them.
After hearing that GeneV has offered Victoria a chance to run BON, Victor confronts her at the GCAC. GeneV is unapologetic about her corporate maneuvering. “It’s her company and it’s very much tied in to what drives her,” defends GF. During their chat, Victor realizes Victoria hasn’t officially accepted the job, though GeneV doesn’t feel its cause for her concern. GeneV is just really novice in business, but she’s not giving up this pursuit. GeneV finally receives the call she’s been waiting for when Vicki agrees to helm BON. That’s huge for her, smiles Francis. The ladies later meet so Victoria cansign her new contract with the company. GeneV states that although a lot of people are rooting for them to fail, she always get what she wants.
Source: Soap Opera Digest