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'The Young and the Restless' Sneak Peek: Victor Stabs Phyllis With a Needle

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In a new promo for CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, Victor (Eric Braeden) picks up a needle and stabs Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) in a scene so silly and over the top it must be someone's dream or hallucination. Y&R has been guilty on multiple occasions lately of airing an over-the-top or super-sexy promo only to have it turn out to be a dream or fantasy sequence. In this case, that would be better than the scene actually taking place.

It has been years since the writers at Y&R have really understood what makes Victor Newman tick, instead portraying him as a supervillain a la James Stenbeck (As the World Turns) or Stefano DiMera (Days of our Lives). In the upcoming scene, Victor is in Helena Cassadine (General Hospital) territory.

"Maybe it's a good idea if you went back into a coma," Victor tells Phyllis in the promo before grabbing a needle to thrust into her hand as she lets out her trademark scream. That's when she'll wake up or snap out of it, right? This can't possibly actually take place.

Watch a sneak peek below and let us know if you think this is a dream.

Spoiler Alert: Don't miss Y&R on Thursday, January 29 when Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) loses control of her drinking.

* Lachlan Buchanan Joins 'The Young and the Restless' as the New Kyle Abbott
* Former 'The Young and the Restless' Actress Hayley Erin Joins 'General Hospital' as New Kiki Jerome
* Charles Pratt Jr. Now Executive Producer and Head Writer of 'The Young and the Restless'
- In Memoriam: Remembering Those We Lost in 2014


Roger Newcomb said…
Must be Phyllis' dream or nightmare. Or Kelly's dream.
Unknown said…
I'm thinking it may be Jacks dream. He is the one that is obsessed with Victor helping Phyllis out of her coma. Jacks wants something to be wrong with Phyllis so he can blame it all on Victor.

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