Y&R spoilers have made it clear that the Jack-Ashley battle isn’t about to go away anytime soon. It’s pulled in Billy and Tucker and Diane, and we doubt that will be the end of it. This means that, before there are winners, there will need to be many, many losers. Las Vegas is taking the odds on who will come out on top. And so is Wall Street. Here’s who we’d put our money on for the endgame.
Y&R Spoilers Speculation: No Chance in Hell
Jack (Peter Bergman) is setting himself up to be the big loser, by insisting on sticking by Diane (Susan Walters). We don’t know what it is about the woman, but her mere entering a room causes those inside it to begin foaming at the mouth. Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), Phyllis (Michelle Stafford), and Ashley (Eileen Davidson) have lost all reason. They will do literally anything to bring Diane down. And Jack will be caught in the crossfire.
Enemy of my Enemy
At least Nikki has taken a step back from the madness. Phyllis is currently using the “Diane Made Me Do It” as her literal legal defense. Which leaves Ashley to go toe-to-toe with Jack. She’s so eager to see Diane brought down that Ashley has made an alliance with Tucker (Trevor St. John). So, her downfall will be caused by him.
Rising From the Ashes
Billy (Jason Thompson) has been doing an excellent job of telling both his big siblings that he loves them and won’t take sides. And then, he proceeded to take sides. Which is why we’re betting on him coming out on top. By burying them both.
Our Father, Who Art in Heaven
But, it doesn’t matter who ultimately wins. The loser is John Abbott (Jerry Douglas) and the family he tried to keep together at all costs. He would have wept to see his children turn on each other like this.
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