Young and the Restless Spoilers | Victor Dug His Own Grave, Shocking Deal Backfires Tragedy
The Young and the Restless Spoilers for the week of March 6. Victor Newman is taking action in order to achieve all of his goals, and it seems like he will be successful in doing so. He has his sights set on Tucker’s company, McCall Unlimited, and he intends to buy it for the benefit of his son, Adam Newman. Victor is resolute in his pursuit of reuniting Adam with the rest of the family and making him the head of the company.
Nevertheless, there is a catch: Ashley Abbott acquired Tucker’s debt, and Victor is aware that she is the one responsible for it. Is it possible that he may persuade her to sell the firm to him? So, all we can do is wait and watch what happens.
Elsewhere, Summer Newman is also causing quite a stir. She is unhappy with the news that Sally Spectra is expecting a child with Adam and is resolute in her mission to shield her father, Nick, at whatever cost. Even when Summer warns Sally severely, that’s not enough for her. She thinks up a scheme to convince Sally to leave town, but there’s a chance it may go awry.
The tension between Nate Hastings and Victoria Newman is rising, but will they give in to the wants that they have for one another? As though he couldn’t keep his hands off Victoria, Nate’s physical chemistry with her is obvious. Will they give in to the temptation and wind up sharing a bed together, or will they manage to stay apart?
Around this time, Lily Winters and her brother Devon are at each other’s throats in a fiery court dispute over their business. It’s like a real-life legal battle with all the intense emotions and high stakes you could imagine. But it’s not just their professional relationship that’s on the line; their entire family bond is being put to the test.
Yet when all hope appears lost in court, an unexpected turn of events occurs. If they want to put an end to this conflict for good, one of them will have to give in. Which one of you do you think it will be? With a backup business ready and waiting, may Devon finally give in?
And last but not least, we will return to Victor. He is not the kind to give up without a fight, and he will use all available means to achieve his goal. Tucker plans to transfer McCall Unlimited to his son Devon, but Victor is convinced that he can turn the tables on him. Does he have a chance of convincing Tucker to sell the business to him, or would he need to devise a different strategy?
Goodbye and see you again.