The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers tease Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) will keep a secret from Nick (Joshua Morrow) during the week of November 26. For Nick, it could be a deal breaker, especially after he sees how Phyllis treats his ex-wife, Sharon (Sharon Case) after learning of their relationship.
Young And The Restless Spoilers – Phyllis’ Lies
Nick told Phyllis that he wanted to make sure they have an honest relationship. He isn’t sure where they are headed, but he respects her and he enjoys spending time with her. However, Phyllis is about to blow their whole living arrangement out of the water with a huge lie.
It isn’t clear what the lie is yet, but it could be related to JT’s (Thad Luckinbill) murder. He doesn’t know what happened with the women’s coverup. He wouldn’t approve of it. Perhaps, he asks her if she had something to do with it. The Y&R fans know that Phyllis would have no problem lying to him about her involvement.
How Will He Find Out On Young And The Restless?
When you think about it, it’s stupid for her to lie to him about her involvement. She didn’t kill him. She just helped his mother and sister dispose of the body. Even so, the lie would be an issue for Nick.
— Young and Restless (@YandR_CBS) November 25, 2018
Could The Lie Be Something Else?
Of course, the lie could be something else altogether. Maybe Nick finds out about Billy (Jason Thompson) and Summer’s (Hunter King) hookup and Phyllis lies and says it never happened. That would definitely be a huge lie.
Whatever the lie is, when it comes out, Nick will not be happy. He’ll be ready to dump her and move on. Y&R fans, what do you think the lie is about? Don’t forget to come back later for more the Young and the Restless spoilers, news, and casting updates!
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