Young and the Restless fans are going into the weekend wondering if something big is going to happen before the weekend arrives. The answer is largely no, but there will be more mystery surrounding everything that happens in Genoa City. For one, Victor is now on the mission to find Chloe himself and bring her in, even if it means that she might open her mouth and speak to authorities about his own involvement in what happened to Adam. Wait, no; he won’t do that. He’s going to find Chloe – or at least work on it – and he’s going to handle her himself. He’s not about to let the police find her and arrest her, putting himself at risk if she chooses to roll over on him.
No one is talking, and it’s making it easier for her to hide. We’ve heard a rumor or two that Adam is still alive, which means that he might just find her himself. There is a story circulating that he’s also hiding out in the wilderness in Canada and that he might spot her in the same little city in which he was taken when he escaped. If that’s where the pilot took Chloe, it might not take Adam long to find her himself. If he does, what will he do? Will he go so far as to kill her himself, or will his father find them both first?
There are too many ways this situation can end, and few answers about the entire thing. There’s no way to ensure that they can find her themselves, that one might find her before the other, or that the police don’t have an insider in the Newman family. It’s entirely possible the way things are working out for this family at the moment. We can’t say for sure, but we can say that there is no way Chloe won’t be caught – and we can say with certainty we think she’ll be caught before too much longer. Too many people are looking to get her for what she did to the family that rules Genoa City.