The Young and the Restless spoilers tease that the coverup crew’s worries are not over. Progress was made when Tessa (Cait Fairbanks) was revealed as the blackmailer. However, identifying an apparent second threat has emerged as critical.
Who moved J.T.’s (Thad Luckinbill) body from Chancellor Park? Where are Mr. Hellstrom’s remains being held? What is motivating this mystery person and how will said cadaver leverage be used?
Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), Vickie (Amelia Heinle), Sharon (Sharon Case), and Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) discuss who the body-mover could be this week, November 26-30, on Y&R. Morphing from unlawful funeral directors to amateur sleuths doesn’t look good on this group. But they’re in the midst of an epically stretched arc, so spilling all to Rey (Jordi Vilasuso) at this point in the plot seems impossible, though it would be the one right move the crew would have made these past seven months.
Among various suspected people, Nick (Joshua Morrow) is an obvious choice since he went to great lengths to become J.T. However, Morrow’s character was a poser because he wanted to get his dad. New Nick as the corpse stealer? Probably not.
Okay, well about about the Moustache? Victor (Eric Braeden) must also be mentioned as a suspect because of his history of amorality. But in this instance he is holding no grudge against the coverup crew. And, Victor will surely be grateful to learn that the man who tried to kill him, twice, is dead.
Braeden’s alter ego will certainly come to Nikki and Vickie’s rescue when he learns about the trouble they are in. Yet, there is a scenario where Victor may be responsible for moving the body, albeit with a starkly different motivation in mind.
Considering Victor’s vast human resources, his security personnel may have happened upon J.T. somehow. Victor then had Mr. Hellstrom disposed of in order to be rid of the problem. In classic Moustache style, he would have retained this news in order to protect his loved ones from any further stress, as Victor wouldn’t know anything about the coverup crew’s involvement.
It’s always possible that a new character, or a face from the past is responsible for having discovered where J.T. was and then having moved him. Say someone like Ian Ward (played by the great character actor, Ray Wise). This wildly entertaining persona’s revival would surely prove compelling, assuming he is attempting to get Nikki once again.
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