The Young and the Restless spoilers for Thursday, November 16, promise Jill finally getting fed up and confronting Tucker about being Mamie’s partner.
Young and the Restless Spoilers Highlights
This story of Mamie (Veronica Redd) and Tucker (Trevor St. John) working together has had a lot of talk about Jill (Jess Walton). But not so much actual Jill. That changes now. Jill has some choice words for her birthday twin (their being born on the same day was what initially led Kay [Jeanne Cooper] to think that Jill was her long-lost child, rather than Tucker).
Jill does not appreciate Tucker going after a company that has nothing to do with him. And she appreciates even less his teaming up with a woman who absolutely hates her. Though to be honest, he did have a lot of those to choose from.
I Bet You’re Wondering Why I Invited You Here
From the moment Claire (Hayley Erin) showed up in Genoa City, viewers knew she was up to something. We thought we were looking at an All About Eve situation, but now it’s seeming more like a Misery sort of deal.
Claire lured Nikki to her “aunt’s” cabin and drugged her tea. So we know what and how. What we don’t yet know is why. Good thing Claire is a talker. And Nikki is as eager to listen as we are.
My Way or the Highway
Someone who is never eager to listen, but always demanding to be heard is Victor (Eric Braeden). He told Victoria (Amelia Heile) and Nicholas (Joshua Morrow) what he expects of them. Nick was ready to get with Daddy’s program. Victoria is more on the fence. Victor doesn’t play that. She better prove her loyalty to him now. Or he just might fake going senile again. For her own good, of course.
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