Paul knows something is fishy about JT’s disappearance on The Young and the Restless (YR).
He never bought the initial story Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), Phyllis (Gina Tognoni), Sharon (Sharon Case), and Victoria (Aemlia Heinle) told him.
And the fact that Victoria has already changes hers several times doesn’t help. Paul (Doug Davidson) is bound and determined to get to the bottom of what happened with JT (Thad Luckinbill) the night some unlikely women of Genoa City decided to let their hair down.
And when he does, it won’t be pretty. (Don’t look so cynical. The Genoa City Police Department has been known to solve a case or two… once in a while…)
Should Victoria make matters easier on herself by confessing all to Paul first? Almost 5,000 viewers weighed in on whether she should tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help her God:
Confession Is Good For the Soul
If Victoria comes to Paul voluntarily, he is likely to go easier on her, 77% of you suspect. Plus, Victoria will be able to explain exactly what happened from an offensive, rather than defensive position.
Paul already knows that JT tried to kill Victor (Eric Braeden), and he has video evidence of JT abusing Victoria. Considering Paul’s past with his ex, April, and her abusive husband, Paul should be able to understand why Nikki would strike the man who was hurting her daughter.
Silence Is Golden
Paul may understand, but he is an officer of the law, and he will still need to bring all the women in. Victoria would be ruining multiple lives, and she just doesn’t have that right, 22% of the fans protest.
Everything that was done, was done to protect her, so she owes it to her co-conspirators to keep quiet. The odds are in her favor when it comes to the GCPD.
The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.