Yeah, as annoying as Lily was, I wouldn't go as far as saying she was "poverty touring" the Snyders. She was a spoiled, bratty but lonely child. She gravitated to them because of their family life, her attraction to Holden, and no doubt (at least at first) because it irritated her mother. And she did offer to help them financially. All of their rich friends did, at one time or another. Emma would time and time again refuse. I still recall, SMH, how Jarrod and Cal vied for Emma's affection by buying her new appliances. Which were returned, or eventually disappeared, and the older versions returned.
Lily was an annoying twit, and if she were being written now, her breakdowns would've been treated a little more seriously.
Don't kill off Sonny. Don't kill off legacy characters with multiple ties to the canvas, period. ESPECIALLY since it won't play on-screen if he doesn't want to come back. That's just a waste.
Break them up off-screen, which is plausible enough, bring back Will and have him have a life again. With Paul or someone else.
I am not going to say anything mean about FS but I don't think he will feel that way in five years (how many of soap actors with a lot more, hum, potential have said this once only to come crawling back later) so keep the door open so that Sonny can always be a surprise spoiler for whatever romance Will will have gotten himself into by then some day.
I didn't even expect the Monfilses to play in Tokyo, they had an exceptionally short honeymoon getaway.
These courts are so slow but maybe Kei can make a go of it. Too bad there are no spectators. Under normal circumstances, Kei would've had a loud and proud Japanese public at his matches.
Sorribes Tormo seems like a 21st century version of Arantxa Sanchez Vicario. I'm not sure how sustainable her style of tennis will be in these weather conditions and I suspect that a truly big hitter can still bash her off the court, as in the case of what eventually happened to Sanchez-Vicario.