The more Chelsea digs into Chloe’s disappearance on The Young and the Restless (YR), the more worried Victor becomes. Out of options, Victor demands that Nick spy on Chelsea and report back to him on her actions.
However, Nick (Joshua Morrow) still harbors ill will towards his father, and he’s decided to stand by Chelsea. Soap Hub asked what you think Victor’s reaction to Nick’s stunning betrayal will be.
The Moustache Removes the Threat
For 61% of you, the only possible outcome when Victor learns that not only did Nick not stop Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) from digging further into Chloe’s disappearance, but that he helped her instead, is that he’ll take desperate measures to ensure his secret never sees the light of day.
That’s right! After quickly smuggling her out of Genoa City, Victor will go to great pains to eliminate the threat to his family’s safety himself.
He can’t have a loose end like Chloe running around somewhere putting him and those he loves at risk. Does Esther’s (Kate Linder) crafty daughter stand a chance?
But What About the Betrayal?
For Victor (Eric Braeden), betrayal cannot go unpunished — family or not. That’s right, 38% of you believe that the angry patriarch turns on Nick.
Even though the two almost never see eye to eye, as head of the Newman family, Victor expects full cooperation when he places a demand.
Nick’s unwillingness to use his status with Chelsea to distract her from hunting for Chloe (or is she looking for Adam?), lands him in hot water with Victor. Can Nick avoid the stormy wrath of his father?
Anything Could Happen!
Finally, just 1% of you believe that with Victor, anything could happen. Perhaps he’ll take Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) out of the equation AND get revenge on his wayward son.
Maybe he’ll skip town himself for a while. One thing’s certain, you know this betrayal won’t go unnoticed.
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