THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS Spoilers — Who Is Haunting Billy?
There’s no escaping the past in these THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS spoilers! Nick heads into his custody battle all alone, Sharon forces Chelsea to confront her actions, Nikki worries about losing Victor, and Billy finds himself haunted!
Nick arrives at the courthouse and introduces himself to the judge. “Your honor,” he announces. “Nick Newman. I’m here for the custody hearing.” Looking up from the file in his hands, the judge asks: “I assume that Mr. Baldwin is on his way?” Nick sighs. “Actually, no,” he admits. “Something has come up.” Does Nick stand a chance of maintaining custody of Christian without a lawyer by his side?
Now that she’s back in Genoa City, Chelsea is forced to face up to what she did before she left, including assaulting Sharon. “I heard you were back in town,” Sharon says as Chelsea enters Crimson Lights looking nervous. “Returning to the scene of the crime?” Can Chelsea make things right or will Sharon forever hold a grudge?
The blood disease that Victor is suffering from could prove fatal, but the treatments are causing some devastating side effects as his memory is affected and he’s not always the man he used to be. “I’m not ready to face life without you,” Nikki tearfully admits to her husband. Can they weather the storm and come out the other side stronger than before?
Billy has been haunted by nightmares of Delia, and he’s starting to behave erratically. “A few nights ago I got a gun and I fantasized about getting rid of Adam,” he confesses to Sharon. Later, he peels away some wallpaper to reveal Adam’s name scrawled on the wall underneath. “Delia wrote this,” he whispers. “She’s trying to tell me something.” But just what is going on here? Who is really leaving these messages and what is their ultimate goal?
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