Should Nick help Victor with Ashland in The Young and the Restless?

On The Young and the Restless, Victor Newman gave fans a boost as he moved on from forcing Billy Abbott to deny a story he was about to publish exposing Ashland Locke’s life of misdeeds on behalf of from protecting Victoria Newman to deciding he was going to expose his new son-in-law himself.

The young and restless polls

Victor (Eric Braeden) turned to Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) for help, his middle son was less than enthusiastic. Should Victor instead team up with Nicholas Newman (Joshua Morrow) to do the job?

Family first

Nick should be honored by this opportunity, enthused 47% of The Young and the Restless voters. It’s her chance to protect her sister, show off Adam, and most importantly, make Victor happy. How can he say no? This should be the main priority in this life! His own children can just take a back seat. It is his father that he is authorized to help and encourage! Noah Newman (Rory Gibson), Faith Newman (Reylynn Caster) and the poor invisible Christian can wait their turn.

The young and the restless: I told you

Considering how Victor and Adam sent Nick back to Italy when he tried to sound the alarm about Ashland (Robert Newman), 40% of the public is urging Nick to turn his back on a plea that could now happen to him. Victor got a chance to listen to his firstborn and he insisted he knew better. Well, you keep doing you, Victor. Nick will stick to his guns and retain at least a fraction of his dignity. Maybe set a good example for little brother Adam along the way.

Secret Lives

Nick obviously values ​​his relationship with Victoria (Amelia Heinle) more than Victor, and 13% will only approve of his working with Victor if Nick’s sister never learns of the role he played in the breakdown of her marriage… and of his life.

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