CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers here, and we’re ready to get the Villains Week going and it looks like we’re potentially being treated to the end of the run for one of Genoa City’s notorious con men, David Kimble (Michael Corbett).
Originally airing October 7, 1991, this episode came five calendar days after the charity masquerade ball where David dressed in the same wolf costume as Danny Romalotti (Michael Damian) and proceeded to hunt down and kill Danny, Christine Blair (Lauralee Bell), and Nina Webster (Tricia Cast).
His scheme was found out and his bullets were replaced with wax ones, and the three mask-a-teers knew of his plans, so they feigned being shot and killed by him.
This eventually led to one of the best chase scenes in the show’s history. At least, CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers thinks so, as it brought the story line to a much needed end as well as tying up a loose end with David as a character.
A crushing start
While it’s awesome to see these old episodes, viewing them out of order leaves us all guessing what’s to come, and not having the complete story line to view kinda takes away the impact these episodes originally had.
With that in mind, it’s our best guess on what we think will follow.
CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers believe this episode will have David running from the police for his various crimes.
As a con man with expensive taste, David’s made more than his fair share of enemies in Genoa City, and there’s no telling what’ll happen to him if he is taken in. While it’s not likely he’ll be “bumped off,” criminals are notorious for not wanting to give up their freedom, preferring a life on the run.
It’s for this reason he’ll have the genius idea to hide in a garbage chute to avoid capture. The only problem with it is he accidentally gets crushed to death when it starts up.
Yep, after all his cons and efforts, he’s reduced to pâté.
A fitting end
As funny as it sounds, this is a fitting end for David as it eliminated one of the problems roaming round on the streets and allowed the principles to turn their attention back to what they do best — fighting amongst themselves..
It’s also a great way to start Villains Week and crush (Sorry, we had to say it again) their competition. It should be fun to see what they have in store for us the rest of the week.
What villains would you like to see? Let us know in the comments, and remember to check back with CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers for the latest updates, spoilers, and speculation around.
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