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The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Adam’s Waiting Games – Wins Over Sally and Defeats Victoria?


The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Adam's Waiting Games – Wins Over Sally and Defeats Victoria?The Young and the Restless spoilers document that Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) has two plans. One is personal and the other involves family business.

Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) is available again, though she will not want to fully admit that to Adam. But the patience he was exhibiting, which developed through the loss of their expected daughter, Ava Hope, is noticeable.

Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) is playing a waiting game of her own. She accepted her father’s decision to retake the helm but blamed Adam for creating dissension in the family.

Young And The Restless Spoilers – Sally Spectra Can Not Have Nick Newman

Sally was not playing games with Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow). She genuinely believed that he was the next great love of her life.

But the problem Nick was leery of since before they got together was Sally’s love for Adam. Most recently Sally reaffirmed that she is not over Grossman’s character while Nick was away on business.

Nick recognized the game his younger brother was playing by taking Sally to dinner. That happened while Nick was out of town on Kirsten Incorporated business and allowed Adam to reassert his feelings for Sally when he kissed her outside of her Genoa City Athletic Club suite.

Young And The Restless Spoilers – Victoria Newman Does Not Have The Top Spot

There is nothing more Victoria could have done to prove herself as the head of Newman Enterprises. Of course, thinking of herself as the top dog is something that irked Victor Newman (Eric Braeden).

He decided to step back in as the leading Chief Executive Officer of the company he founded decades ago. Part of his reasoning involved stabilizing an atmosphere that he believed became dysfunctional.

The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Adam's Waiting Games – Wins Over Sally and Defeats Victoria?

Victor also feels that he needs to help his middle-aged children learn how to get along. But they are set in their ways, and it would seem that soapy ship has sailed.

Young And The Restless Spoilers – Opportunities Heading To Adam Newman

Adam’s approach is different. He hit rock bottom when his son, Connor Newman (Judah Mackey), decided that he needed to attend a school that seeks to meet the needs of students who suffer severe anxiety.

Connor’s departure from GC was partially based on Adam’s constant state of flux. However, the recent storyline movement for Hope and Heinle’s characters appears to open opportunities for Adam.

As long as he does not come on too strong or behave erratically, Sally is positioned to gravitate back to him. Similarly, as long as Adam stays within the lines while working for Nate Hastings (Sean Dominic), Victor seems likely to give him tests that will be passable on Y&R.

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  5. SendSallyAway says

    Adam is a fool to get back together with sleazy Sally. She will wind up cheating with Nick. She’s bad news.

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