Y&R spoilers teased how Chance Chancellor announced that Ashland Locke was found dead behind the wheel of his car, having crashed into a ravine. Nicholas Newman wonders if he killed the man when he struck him to protect Victoria Newman — or whether Victor Newman had his security team pick up the body and stage the death scene. But if the truth is right in front of everyone’s noses…only they refused to see — and hear — it?
Y&R Spoilers Speculation: And A Child Shall Lead Them
Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) and Summer Newman Abbott (Allison Lanier) were near tears just thinking about telling wee Harrison Locke (Kellen Enriquez) that his father was dead. Grandpa Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) and Grandma Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters) were equally as choked up, and step-grandma Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) felt the urge to shriek in the park about it.
But the only one who remained calm was Harrison. When told that Father wouldn’t be returning to him ever, Harrison countered that Father said he’d be back. No, he won’t be, Kyle insisted. Now go take a nap, that’s enough family time for now.
All Planned Out
What if Harrison was telling them what Father told him about his plans: Goad the Newmans into thinking they killed him, stage a scene that frames the entire family, then get out of town with his son? Who’s going to try and track down a dead man?
Y&R Spoilers: The Getaway
Ashland (Robert Newman) had the time — and the means — to set up a new identity and make all the arrangements for a life outside of Genoa City with the boy he was willing to share — until Kyle served him with a restraining order from seeing Harrison.
Now, Kyle and Summer are so busy being told what incredible parents they are, that they are completely missing what their son is trying to tell them. Think this spoilers speculation could come true? Let us know in the comments section below.
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