The Young And The Restless Spoilers – Victor Newman Never, Ever Gives Up
No matter what The Great Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) does, he can’t seem to get rid of Ashland Locke (Robert Newman). And every time Victoria Newman Locke (Amelia Heinle) looks like she is done with the man for good, she is not. Not only did she escape to New York with the man determined to make their marriage work without her family around, she now wants to start her own media company to compete with Newman Media.
Victor can’t allow any of this to happen so he gathers all the Newmans not named Victoria to come up with and enact another plan to save Victoria and stop Ashland. How many times can Victor do this and how many times can Victoria say no? Will his other children even go along with any of this at this point?
Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) is thrilled that he is finally Newman CEO, Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) seems to have other concerns, Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) is really angry at Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters) and can’t get the woman off her mind (she should commiserate with Phyllis), and it’s highly unlikely Victor includes Abby Newman Chancellor (Melisssa Ordway) in all this. He usually does not and she is usually self-absorbed in something so the odds of all this working is slim.
Y&R Spoilers – Chelsea Newman Re-Examines Her Life
After her fight with Chloe Mitchell Fisher (Elizabeth Hendrickson) in which Chloe just got sick of Chelsea Lawson’s (Melissa Claire Egan) schemes and announced she only wants to design clothing, Chelsea has looked back at her choices in life and see where she went wrong. It can’t be her taste in men, the cons, and the attempted murder last year, right?
No, it must be something else. Perhaps it’s time or Chelsea to make another change. But, as they say, a leopard can’t really change their spots, right? Well, we all know every time Chelsea tries, she fails. Will this time be different and will it at least save her friendship with Chloe? Stay tuned to The Young and the Restless weekdays to see how these stories play out.