The Young and the Restless spoilers raw breakdown for Friday, March 8 promise a day of stunning drama and over the top antics in Genoa City!
Victoria Defends Herself
Victoria (Amelia Heinle) suffers a day of guilt and shame as her secrets go on display. She is forced to open up about her relationship with JT (Thad Luckinbill) in a very public and very blunt display.
The jury will see the tape of him abusing her, hear about the attempted murder of Victor, and even his mission to take down Newman Enterprises. They will get an inside look at how scared Vicky was that she thought she was going to die.
Will her testimony save the women? That depends on how the jury feels after the closing arguments.
A New Hunt
Nick (Joshua Morrow) explodes in rage when he learns the story. Meanwhile, Vicky continues to spill her soul over and over only for Christine (Lauralee Bell). He has to do something, anything to get his family off the hook.
There is only one thing anyone can do help. He needs to find JT. There can not be a murder trial when the victim is still alive.
Spoilers reveal Nick turns to Billy (Joshua Morrow) for help. The two are set to team up and find the monster who terrorized Victoria (and Victor) and bring him to justice.
Sharon Isn’t Off the Hook
All communication breaks down between the troublesome trio. Rey’s (Jordi Vilasuso) testimony damaged Sharon (Sharon Case) in the Newmans eyes. She will suffer their silence, their cruel eyes, and their sneers. Nikki and Victoria are done with her once and for all!
Teasers show Rey’s time on the stand will also end his marriage. Mia (Noemi Gonzalez) furiously calls him out for loving Sharon and threatens to leave. Rey will call her bluff and accept defeat. They can not live like this any longer, baby or no baby.
The tables will turn again with Mia begging and pleading for her husband to stay. But, it’s all a little too late. She has already played her strongest card and has no more tricks up her sleeve… or does she?
The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.