Billy (Billy Miller) and Nick (Joshua Morrow) returned to Genoa City with Victoria (Amelia Heinle), where she was welcomed back by Victor (Eric Braeden) and Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott). Once Victoria left the room, Victor gave Billy several ultimatums.
After leaving Victoria with Victor and Nikki, Billy went to the Abbott family mansion where he told Jack (Peter Bergman) that his scheme resulted in Victoria being kidnapped. Billy basically implied it was Jack’s fault. I was very glad that Jack pushed back on Billy’s assertion, and told his brother the kidnapping was all Billy's doing. Since Billy Miller took over the role of Billy Abbott, he has been one of my favorite Y&R characters. However, there are episodes–like Monday’s show–where he comes across as a spoiled brat.
Meanwhile, Nina (Tricia Cast) told Paul (Dough Davidson) she was returning to L.A. and leaving him and Cricket (Lauralee Bell) together.
At Kevin’s (Greg Rikaart) coffee shop, Tucker (Stephen Nichols) arrived to tell them he’d bought out Adam’s (Michael Muhney) share of Tag and Grab. At first, Kevin was elated, but Tucker revealed there was a loophole in the contract. He holds the power to force Kevin and Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) to sell them his half for pennies on the dollar.
Elsewhere, Nick and Avery (Jessica Collins) started to make out at the end of Monday’s episode.
Why do I get the sinking feeling Kevin is on the verge of digging up his chipmunk costume?