This isn’t the first time Victor has disappointed his son Nick on The Young and the Restless (YR).
Disappointing his family — and following it up with, “No, you’re the one disappointing me by being disappointed but look at how I’m being the better man and forgiving you, so take a lesson!” — is pretty much Ol’ Vic’s modus operandi.
But, this time, he just might have outdone himself. Victor enlisted a mentally unstable Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) to help him frame Adam (Justin Hartley) for Constance Bingham’s murder, which led directly to Chloe killing the man who ran over her daughter.
And then Victor (Eric Braeden) tried to cover it all up by helping Chloe flee the jurisdiction. How is Nick supposed to feel about that? Over 5,000 viewers are happy to offer their suggestions.
Stun Of a Gun
Well, how would you feel if your dad had a hand in getting your brother burned to a crisp (allegedly)? Stunned, is the word 73% of you came up with.
You’d think Nick would be used to it by now, but he appears to be in a clinical state of shock. That likely won’t get any better upon hearing how his mother, Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), plans to deal with the situation.
Hate Springs Eternal
If this had been Victor’s first offense, Nick would have had every right to stick with shocked. But since it’s pretty much a lifestyle at this point, 26% of you expect Nick to actively start hating his father. And he doesn’t even know yet about the secret Victor is keeping with Nick’s new squeeze, Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan).
Put ‘Em Together!
When given the chance to freestyle, 1% of voters put together combination feelings like “stunned, angry and hate” and added “betrayed” to the list.
And then there was the voter who spoke for the entire audience when they guessed that Nick wouldn’t be surprised by Victor’s involvement. This isn’t his first time at the Newman opera.
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