We witnessed an epic Victor Newman/Ian Ward confrontation. However, it was a clash of two villains. There was no good guy. There was no knight in shining armour, although Victor tried to play the hero. As usual, he came out on top. He won. He saved Nikki and Phyllis. You can be sure, however, that he has a plan. As Adam pointed out, Victor always has a plan. He'll never stop manipulating and controlling everyone. He's recovering from a gunshot wound, but that hasn't stopped him from tying to force Adam to do his bidding. No matter where he is, whether it's a prison cell or a hospital bed, Victor has everyone under his thumb.
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on a prime time show. He is such a good actor and Y&R can ill afford to lose another fan favourite. Secondly, the show should reverse any decision to write out Dr. Neville (Michael E. Knight). He is a delightful character and viewers have been waiting for a romance between him and Ashley Abbott.
Yes, it seems as if the writers are trying to redeem Victor's character, at least somewhat. He's certainly redeemed himself in Nikki's eyes. As you have pointed out, it will be a long time (if ever) before he redeems himself with viewers. Hey, maybe doctors will discover he has a brain tumour too, like Ashley and Max. That would explain his behaviour. No need to worry, though, Dr. Neville to the rescue! (Just kidding).
Neil Winters' parents likely to appear on Y&R
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Bad girl Bethany Bryant, played by Chrishell Stause, will be back on screen next month. Stause, the real-life girlfriend of Justin Hartley (Adam Newman) wrote on Twitter that she is "filming some great Y&R stuff soon so look for her( Bethany) back in August."
Even though Michael's return is just temporary, his fans will be pleased to see him in Genoa City again. He left Y&R in 2013 and has since been busy with other acting roles. He starred as Kyle Walker in the Lifetime drama series The Lottery and currently has a recurring role on the Amazon series Good Girls Revolt.
Nick Newman giving advice and encouragement to his daughter Summer:
NICK: Take care of yourself. Trust your instincts. And never ever forget you're not a snowflake. You're Supergirl.
That's all for now. Don't forget that the next edition of Y&R Report will appear in this space on Saturday, July 23, 2016.