CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers here with some fun throwback spoilers that’ll bring a smile to our faces and peace to the land.
Okay, the last part may be an exaggeration, but there will be peace in the Newman kingdom as Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) and Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) declare peace on their latest round of combat.
They may or may not have done so for Victoria Newman (Amelie Heinle)’s sake, but since she’s preparing to marry J.T. Hellstrom (Thad Luckinbill), we feel it’s a good guess it’s why.
Originally airing on February 2, 2008, this episode has some pleasant goodness that should offset and rough patches of the episode and give us something to enjoy.
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We enjoy these escapes from reality, and it’s awesome to know the show runners will do everything in their power to give us a smooth, uninterrupted wedding ceremony.
Sure, things go wrong at times, but those moment only add to the drama rather than having a string of weddings that are always ruined.
And while Victoria and J.T. prepare to say their vows and begin a new chapter, a peaceful ceremony is mostly ensure by Victor and Nick.
War within a powerful family is as constant as the rising son. The offspring often wishes to prove themselves while their parent refuses to get out of the way.
Or it could be over a disagreement that hurt one or both parties so grievously that it can’t be helped.
Whatever the reason, family battles are often the most grueling and brutal. It simply is what it is.
In this case, CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers think Victor and Nick came to their ceasefire for Victoria’s sake.
It’s what we’d expect from them, and this is probably a mutual thing that was broached with some lingering animosity.
As much fun as these episodes are, CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers wish they’d play an actual storyline series, but that probably won’t happen.
And with the show reportedly in production, the time for them to indulge us is limited. Still, it’d be nice to have that for one week at least.
Until then, we’ll sit back and enjoy what they offer us. They’ve had some awesome selections so far, so hopefully they keep it up.
Do you want more wedding episodes or would you prefer a full storyline? Let us know in the comments, and be sure to check back with CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers for the latest updates, spoilers, and speculation.
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