The Young and the Restless spoilers for next week’s episode of the CBS soap tease that what The Mustache wants, The Mustache gets! Things just seem to go Victor’s (Eric Braeden) way and that means good things for his family by extension.
Almost. Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) is hell-bent on confessing to J.T.’s murder to save her husband. This can’t go well because her confession also implicates the rest of the Murder Posse who helped her that night.
Several lives are thus on the precipice next week. None more so than Victoria’s (Amelia Heinle), who will have to contend with her parent’s mess as well as that of her delinquent son. His punishment for hit and run is no car privileges, really? That didn’t keep him from also racking up a DUI in his young driving life. But that bad parenting decision pales in comparison to the scandalous affair she’s about to embark on with Cane (Daniel Goddard).
How long can Vane keep themselves from ripping off their clothes and hopping in the sack? Then again, Vic may play it coy and play Billy (Jason Thompson) like a convenient decoy. What will jealous Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) have to say about that? Or about Nikki’s crazy scheme for that matter?
Expect the Fenmore (Zach Tinker), Lola (Sasha Calle) and Kyle (Michael Mealor) triangle to keep playing out in a most awkward manner given her purity vow.
Mariah (Camryn Grimes) is literally on the hot seat as she hosts G.C. Buzz. She’s slaying it as the solo emcee yes, but she’s also covering up the J.T. slaying at the same time she’s reporting it. Her conscience is not her friend at this moment and what she does next may surprise you.
Spoiler alert: it’s been revealed that a mystery person will come forward in 2019 and cop to killing J.T. What in the world does this mean for the real culprits? Stay tuned and find out!
The Young and the Restless airs weekdays during the day on CBS and on PopTV in the evening.