After celebrating Thanksgiving, the residents of Genoa are back to their typically dramatic lives. This week, they face new conflicts and unexpected events that will leave viewers hungry for more The Young and the Restless
Read on for more spoilers on The Young and the Restless.
After Victoria's (Amelia Heinle
), loved ones assembled in her hospital room praying for her recovery, they become more distressed about her worsening condition. While JT (Thad Luckinbill
), Nick (Joshua Morrow
) and Victor (Eric Braeden
) see eye to eye with Dr. Webb that they should carry on with the emergency C-section for Victoria, despite the fact that it would result in the baby's death, Nikki (Melody Scott Thomas) strongly opposes this move as she believes that Victoria would not want this to happen, even though this might cause her to die.
As Victoria and her unborn baby's life hang in the balance following the Clear Springs implosion that left her in a coma, Victor and Nikki take their conflict to court as they battle over a decision regarding Victoria and the baby. Amidst all the disagreements, JT becomes desperate for Victoria to wake up while Brad (Don Diamont
) has a surprising demand regarding Victoria's baby as he decides to petition the court for guardianship.
Meanwhile, Jack (Peter Bergman
) seeks Ben's (Billy Warlock) help in an effort to incriminate Victor despite the repercussion on Jack's career. He tries to find evidence that will put the blame on Victor as he discovers that Victor is responsible for the leak of Jack's ownership of Jabot to the press. Thanks to Ben, the tape of Victor and Ji Min (Eric Steinberg
) makes its way to the authorities. But as Jack gets preoccupied with Victor, Gloria (Judith Chapman
) and Kevin (Greg Rikaart
) continue to try and find out Jack's secret.
Another spoiler for The Young and the Restless
involves Cane (Daniel Goddard
) as he persuades Lily (Christel Khalil
) to enter the “Face of Jabot” contest. On the other hand, Amber (Adrienne Frantz
) is settled on competing despite Cane's objections.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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