The Young and the Restless spoilers (YR) reveal Nick getting stunning news in the coming days. The social worker is closing her investigation and delivering her recommendation that could change everything!
Poor Nick (Joshua Morrow) has been beside himself since Victor (Eric Braeden) won temporary custody of Christian. The little boy was taken out of his arms and up to the main house to start a whole different kind of life – and not even because of anything Nick did wrong.
From the very beginning, Nick has loved Christian as his son. The day he was born was one of the happiest moments of Nick’s life, his “death” nearly tore him apart, and finding out he as alive gave him hope for brighter days.
Even finding out Adam was the boy’s biological dad didn’t make him love him any less. He may not be Christian’s ‘real’ dad, but that doesn’t mean anything to him.
Losing custody was hell and since that day, Nick has done everything he can to get his boy back. He tried playing fair but when that didn’t work he even took pages out Victor’s book to ensure he’d win.
Now, Nick’s just hours away from finding out if he’s done enough. Victor and Nick head back to court to face the judge and find out who gets permanent custody of the boy.
This close race could go either way. One one side, there’s Victor, whose health is obviously beginning to fail paired with Nikki’s MS. The couple is in their golden years and don’t have what it takes to keep up with with a toddler. In fact, they’re already relying on nannies to pick up the slack.
On the other side is Nick, who has proven to be a fantastic father. However, the judge is worried about his choice in women. The judge only ruled against him because of Sharon and, instead of breaking it off, he proposed! The court may not look highly on ignoring its recommendations.
Make sure to stay tuned (and grab your tissues) because this doozy of a custody hearing will have everyone in tears and on their toes.
The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.