CBS The Young and the Restless Spoilers thinks it’s amazing how some shows can make the smallest things intriguing. Simple things like a simple argument or meeting, whether someone’s a good son/daughter or not, or is so-and-so actually doing the right thing fill our screens every day and we love it.
Of course, with that being said there’s nothing more entertaining than a good family brawl, er, misunderstanding as long as it’s not our own.
Victor sees the real Adam
Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) go from being a snarky, sneaky little weasel to wanting to help his family, and back to being a weasel at the flip of a switch.
The thing is, Adam has appeared more conflicted than we’d expect given his history. At first, it was hard to believe he had such an about face in the way he looked at his father, Victor Newman (Eric Braeden), and the rest of the family. But he seemed sincere and wanted to help, only to have his past transgressions knock him out of the CEO seat.
There’s no denying Victor and Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) and others had a legitimate reason to questions Adam’s motives, and the fact he nearly fell into wanting revenge so easily after being shoved aside seemed to prove their point.
But he was hesitant to do anything despite how he felt. And he’s continued to struggle with the idea of attacking Nick and Victor even after finding some family secrets while off to get married.
This brings up who is the real evil doer between him and Chelsea Newman (Melissa Claire Egan). CBS The Young and the Restless Spoilers has mentioned previously the possibility that Chelsea is the vengeful one after having to give up her shares in the Grand Phoenix. And having someone to take down like Victor could satisfy her bloodlust.
Speaking of bloodlust…
How coincidental that Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) and Nick met up at the Grand Phoenix, isn’t it?
Just when Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) seemed to settle on one person to infect, she maliciously set up a possible meeting between the two knowing sparks are going to fly. The thing is, while Nick will use the excuse that Billy nearly got Victoria Newman (Amelie Heinle) killed, but it’ll really be because Nick is jealous that Billy was able to throw off the Newman yoke.
At least, that’s CBS The Young and the Restless Spoilers thought on it. After all, given how frustrated Nick is, who better to set him off than the man he probably wishes he was?
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