Y&R spoilers find Victoria desperate to prove that Victor isn’t up to taking over Newman Enterprises. She wanted Nick to join her in talking him out of it. But Nick wasn’t feeling it. He tried to talk Victoria out of her plot, instead. Then Adam showed up and snarked a bit. Neither Victoria nor Nick were interested in anything he had to say. Victoria stomped out. Nick just huffed and puffed. Will his little brother continuing to needle him push Nick to Victoria’s side, after all?
Y&R Spoilers Speculation: Holding Out for a Hero
Nick (Joshua Morrow) has a very high opinion of himself. To be fair, he inherited it from his father. And his sister. And his brother. And several of his ex-wives. Nick thinks that he is always right. And that he can do anything. So, we wouldn’t put it past Nick to assume that he can work with Victor (Eric Braeden) and Victoria (Amelia Heinle) and with Sharon (Sharon Case) at the same time. It’s not like Christian requires any parenting. Yeah, step out of the way, little people. Nick is here to save the day for all!
Young and the Restless: Been There, Done That
Except that Nick has already tried that. Several times. He’s come riding up on his white horse into Newman Enterprises, singing Mighty Mouse’s theme song, “Here I come to save the day!” And the minute he doesn’t get complete approval and adoration, he takes his ball and goes home, pouting and starting yet another company of his own, whether it’s called Dark Horse (see the irony?), New Hope, or Kirsten Communications.
Y&R Spoilers: Lone Wolf
Nick is currently in one of his “On My Own” phases. He won’t throw in his lot with Victoria, not because he thinks Victor is right, but because he’s not in the mood for his dad and his sister’s drama. Nick knows Victoria is setting herself up for weeks of Daddy tantrums. And Nick isn’t playing that.
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