Y&R spoilers point to yet another Newman family civil war. Victor has changed his mind yet again about which of his family members he wants to do what. Adam is out at Newman Media, and Nikki is in. Nicholas is also out. He’ll be taking back the co-CEO spot with his sister.
Y&R Spoilers Speculation
Everybody got that? Good. Victor has a bag to punch. Victoria won’t like this latest development. And she won’t take it lying down. (She only does that for Nate.)
Outsmart, Outlast, Outlive
Victoria (Amelia Heinle) has wanted to run Daddy’s company since she was a towheaded tot – before she went to boarding school for a year and returned a brunette teen. She thought she’d finally gotten her way when she shoved both her younger brothers out and installed her unthreatening (she thinks) boy toy in the top executive spot.
Once she hears that Victor (Eric Braeden) has launched his umpteenth corporate restructuring, she’ll try to talk him out of it. She’ll point out that Nick (Joshua Morrow) doesn’t even want to be co-CEO. She’ll be right. But Victor wants Nick there. So who really cares how his children feel? No sale, my darling.
Y&R Spoilers: Scheme and Scheme Alike
Which means Victoria will have to go behind Victor’s back. She’ll need allies. There’s Nate (Sean Dominic), obviously. There’s presumably, Audra (Zuleyka Silver), who doesn’t want to lose her job. And where Audra goes, a whipped Kyle (Michael Mealor) is sure to follow. Nick might join forces with Victoria, if only so he can extricate Sharon (Sharon Case) from having to deal with his father.
Heck, even Adam (Mark Grossman) might want to help Victoria push Victor out of his own company. It’s been Adam’s goal since he returned to Genoa City. In this family feud, Victor may fulfill his self-pitying prediction of being all alone, after all.
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