The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Graham’s Mother Related To Brent Davis – Ashley Has a New Family Member

The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Graham's Mother Related To Brent Davis – Ashley Has a New Family Member

The Young and the Restless spoilers tease that the appearance of Graham’s (Max Shippee) mother could link to recent dialogue that invoked the decade’s old character Brent Davis (Bert Kramer). As Ashley (Eileen Davidson) has long relented, that deceased man was her biological father, meaning the beloved John Abbott (Jerry Douglas) was not.

Who is Graham and why has Dina (Marla Adams) apparently been taken in by a man who has now been confirmed as a liar? He’s said that both of his parents are dead and that Dina was the only person who feels like family to him.

A review of Mergeron’s personnel files revealed that Graham targeted the corporation as his intended employer. After multiple attempts failed, he charmed Dina at a public function and was summarily hired. He was promoted to and has been serving as her personal assistant for a year-plus.

Dina’s change of heart this summer, which made Graham the heir to the bulk of her estate, caused Ashley and Jack (Peter Bergman) to focus more intensely on this issue. Meanwhile, Madame Mergeron continues to fiercely defend the man she thinks of as her adopted son.

Ashley’s unauthorized entrance into Graham’s plush and fully gifted Genoa City Athletic Club suite yielded informational gold. She found a statement that showed he was paying $8,000 a month for a resident to live at a senior facility in Florida.

Thankfully, Ashley wrote down the information and was able to abscond with it. Graham caught her as she was attempting to exit his room, but didn’t realize what she’d gained. Ashley told him that Dina asked her to retrieve some paperwork. Graham later questioned his mark and learned that, while Ashley’s story wasn’t true, Dina had given her his key card and suggested her daughter should try to find whatever dirt she could.

Dina assured Graham that she didn’t believe he had anything to hide and was actually calling Ashley out. While Mr. Bloodworth appeared to accept Dina’s explanation, he was also incensed by Ashley’s invasion of his privacy.

After conferring with Ravi (Abhi Sinha), Ashley called the Florida facility and played the roll of a southern-speaking telemarketer. She spoke with a Mrs. Bloodworth, who acknowledged that her son pays all of her bills.

The soap world is often a small one, with many connections that appear to be incredible. These storyline etchings are intended to advance arcs.

In this instance, it would make sense to believe that Dina doesn’t know Graham is Brent Davis’ nephew. The Mrs. Bloodworth referenced looks to be in Dina’s age range and therefore could easily be Brent’s sister. Unless, of course she gave birth to his son, making Graham a brother to Ashley. How either potential option could factor into his scheme is yet to be known.

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  • PassionQueen77

    This is a make-up storyline as it goes along. Ashley paternity was revealed years ago. Graham and Dina is wasting time and energy on the show. They become so unwatchable. The writers needs to move on with this storyline for good!!!!

    • Charles Ray

      Ur right all of this is BS well atleast to me it is LOL.

      • PassionQueen77

        Lol. True. First Ashley learned that she was adopted from her father John and now Ashley has a family member. Oh please. What is use of this make-up old storyline. Ashley doesn’t need a new family member. The writer is grasping for straws. Dina and Graham is such a boring storyline that it needs to go for good.

  • Mark Waltz

    Some critics are commenting that Dina Abbott Mergeron will never be the new Katharine Chancellor, but I do not think it is the writer’s intentions to make her the show’s matriarch. I am happy that they are playing this story out, as other than her original stint (1983-1986), Marla Adams was greatly wasted in her visits over the years (1991, 1996, 2008), given a tinge of story in 1996 but one that was sadly underdeveloped. This is a story of a complicated situation that has an effect on one of the show’s core family’s, and bringing back an important part of that history moves it into many different directions. Marla Adams said herself she wants to see Dina get come-uppance for the consequences of abandoning her family, but there’s also an element of atonement. It also reminds viewers that just because a person is aging doesn’t mean that they are losing their spirit or need for purpose. That element was utilized in Jeanne Cooper’s last scenes, and sadly, she died before they could develop it any further. Ms. Adams seems to be in good health so they could play this story out very nicely, and when it wraps up, the Abbott family can move on from the past and healing can take place.