Young and the Restless Recap Monday, November 26: Sharon Panics, Worries Who Moved JT’s Body!

Young and the Restless Recap Monday, November 26: Sharon Panics, Worries Who Moved JT's Body!“The Young and the Restless” (YR) recap for Monday, November 26, 2018 reveals that over at Nick Newman’s (Joshua Morrow) place, he updates Phyllis Summers (Gina Tognoni) on Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) knowing about her moving in.

Y&R Spoilers – Sharon Interrupts Phyllis and Nick

They eat pie and decide to watch football before recalling the night they shared at Summer Newman’s (Hunter King) apartment. Nick and Phyllis start making out. After sex, Phyllis leaves the room in a t-shirt. The doorbell rings and Nick answers wearing just jeans and it’s Sharon McAvoy (Sharon Case) looking for Faith Newman’s (Alyvia Alyn Lind) book.

Phyllis re-enters, talking about taking her things out of storage, and Sharon blurts, “You’re living here?” Sharon tells them to enjoy their housewarming and exits. Later, Nick’s tense and irritated as they discuss the situation while gaming. Phyllis asks if he’s having doubts about her living there. Nick assures her he’s all in, and over Sharon.

Young & Restless Spoilers – mia Confronts Rey

At Rey Rosales’ apartment, Mia Rosales (Noemi Gonzalez) is upset and confronts him when he attempts to go to bed. She complains she gave up everything in Miami to come and give things another shot. He snaps, “With me or my brother?” Mia rants that she may have wanted to bring Arturo Rosales (Jason Canela) into it just a bit, to see Rey fight for her.

In the bedroom, Rey’s stunned when Mia stops from having sex with him. Mia sulks that it has to be real and pounding the mattress will not resolve their issues. Later, in the living room, she asks if he wants out of their marriage. Rey wants her, but he’s no good at this emotional stuff. He admits he’s afraid and questions if she still wants to be with his brother. Mia denies it. Rey is conflicted because of the past. Mia’s glad he’s opening up. She regrets causing him pain and only wants to be with him. Mia promises Rey he can trust her. They kiss and embrace.

Y&R Spoilers – Victoria Corners Tessa

At Tessa Porter’s (Cait Fairbanks) studio apartment, she claims to have no idea why Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) is there, but Victoria thinks she knows exactly why and wants the truth from here on out. Tessa threatens to call the police, but Victoria’s certain she will not. Victoria points out she is not committing a crime by dropping off a gift for Mariah, but Tessa’s guilty of felony blackmail. She advises Tessa if she cooperates, her position will improve. She suggests Tessa relocate and says Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) deserves better.

If she sticks around, J.T. Hellstrom (Thad Luckinbill) murder will be solved when the police charge an unexpected suspect with first-degree murder. Tessa doubts Victoria could pin it on her, but Victoria says her motive would have been money, like always. She recalls how she cozied up to Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott), then Noah Newman (Robert Adamson), and theorizes that J.T. was onto Tessa’s scheme and confronted her and she killed him.

Tessa argues, but Victoria points out she has no credibility compared to them. Tessa reveals she has footage that incriminates them, but Victoria had cameras installed in Tessa’s apartment and rips open the teddy bear, dumping out the cash and thumb drive. She holds up the thumb drive and Tessa is stunned. Victoria advises she will also take the cash. Tessa asks what it will take. Victoria demands to know where the body is. Tessa has no idea and says her involvement begins and ends with the blackmail. Victoria warns she’d better be telling the truth because as she’s seen, she will find out if she’s not.


November 26 Y&R Spoilers – Jack Tries To Impress Kerry

At the Abbott mansion, Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) shows off his wine nosing skills for Kerry Johnson (Alice Hunter). They relax on the sofa. Soon, they’re talking the business side of the wine industry. Jack finds her fascinating, but Kerry insists her ‘story’ would put him to sleep. Jack persists. Kerry reveals she spent her childhood in boarding schools. Jack talks about holidays with his dad and shares he was 15 years old when Dina Mergeron (Marla Adams) left.

Kerry’s parents divorced when she was age 10. Talk turns to John’s many wives. Jack asks about her history, and Kerry admits she’s never found ‘the one’. They toast to finding that elusive partner. They flirt and Jack runs for another bottle of wine. Kerry pulls out her phone, sighs, and texts someone. Jack returns to find Kerry missing and receives a text that she called for a car, having to work early.

At Victoria Newman’s place, Sharon McAvoy runs into Billy Abbott, who guesses she’s upset about Nick Newman and Phyllis Summers. Sharon doesn’t want to drag him down, but Billy is glad to have someone knowing how he feels. They agree their ‘shacking up’ happened too fast and it hurts.

Billy feels Nick and Phyllis lost the best things that ever happened to them. They are hugging it out when Victoria returns. Sharon explains, and Billy asks about Victoria’s crisis at Newman. She glances at Sharon and replies, “It’s mostly handled.” Billy leaves, and Victoria warns Sharon they have another problem and reveals that Tessa Porter claims she didn’t move J.T. Hellstrom’s body and she believes her. Sharon panics and wonders who else knows their secret?

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