It seems that Victor is now starting to contemplate his future after thinking about the mistakes he made in the past. New spoilers for The Young and the Restless indicate that he will reach out to Noah for a little chat.
Previously, Victor had his moment where he looked back at everything that he has done. Everyone knows that Victor was no saint, and just like everyone, messed up a couple of times. Included among those people whom he did wrong was his grandson Noah. New spoilers reveal that Victor will reach out to Noah in an effort to patch things up.
Victor will talk to Noah about his future, their future as a family. He will also own up to his mistakes in their relationship and hopes that Noah would find the courage to forgive him someday. Victor will also assure Noah that even if he cannot be forgiven, Newman will always have a place for him should he decide to work there.
Faith Caught in a Parent Trap
As for Faith, could she be a victim of Sharon and Nick’s selfish parenting? It seems likely that Sharon and Nick’s selfish actions could have taken its toll on Faith. New spoilers for The Young and the Restless hint that Faith will end up having to become a parent to her parents.
It is one of the things that happens when two spouses decide to part ways. The power now lies with the children. The children will be forced to make the adult decisions when the parents are not willing to make sacrifices for the family. Faith is fully aware of the situation between Sharon and Nick, as well as the recent mess surrounding Christian.
All in all, Faith is the one who has to do what her parents should be doing, and she will try to deal with that fact.
Meanwhile, Phyllis will be starting over. A new life also means a new look, and new spoilers reveal that she will dye her hair blonde, shedding the nickname Red given to her by Jack. Deep down, she will still hope that Jack would give her a second look, even though it seems like he no longer has plans to.
The Young and the Restless airs Mondays to Fridays on CBS.
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