‘Young & Restless Spoilers’ & Recap Thursday, March 14: Lola Awakes – Victor Vows To Save His Family

Young & Restless Spoilers & Recap Thursday, March 14: Lola Awakes - Victor Vows To Save His Family Young and the Restless” (YR) recap for Thursday, March 14, 2019, reveals that over in the holding room, Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) sobs as Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) enters. He vows to do everything in his power to right this outrage and says the conviction must be thrown out. Nikki fears this could be their last chance to say goodbye. Victor says there’s no such thing as a goodbye for them. He wishes she’d let Christine Williams (Lauralee Bell) try him instead.

Nikki hates that her confession dragged Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) into this and asks Victor to focus on her appeal first. Victor will get them both back to their loved ones. In another room, Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) promises to visit Sharon McAvoy (Sharon Case) as much as possible. Sharon asks her to be there for Faith. Mariah cries, “She needs her mother!” Talk turns to Tessa Porter (Cait Fairbanks). Sharon’s through questioning her judgment given she trusted Rey.

In a third room, Victoria Newman and Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) discuss Nikki Newman’s sentence. She feels J.T. Hellstrom’s (Thad Luckinbill) out there somewhere laughing because he won, but has a hard time believing he’s alive. Nick promises he and Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) will keep the kids safe, and if J.T.’s out there, they’ll find him. Next, Nick checks in with Nikki Newman, who says Victor Newman was just there promising to move heaven and earth to get them home. Nick agrees to be there for his father. Meanwhile, Victor tells Victoria of all his children, she’s the strongest. Victoria admits she was seen as ruthless after Tessa Porter’s testimony. Victor thinks she did what the situation called for. He gives her a pep talk and a hug.

Over at Jabot, Y&R’s Summer Newman (Hunter King) finds Phyllis Summers (Gina Tognoni) and they discuss the guilty verdicts before talk turns to the wedding. Billy Abbott arrives and lashes out about the insensitive conversation. After, Phyllis tells Summer she understands why Billy’s upset. She asks about the honeymoon and Summer explains the marriage is what counts. Phyllis doesn’t understand – does this have to do with Lola Rosales’ (Sasha Calle) transplant surgery? Summer denies it, gets a call, and leaves.

At the hospital, Nate Hastings (Brooks Darnell) senses Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) is worried Summer Newman might back out of the surgery and reassures him.

Kyle goes in to talk to Lola Rosales, and her eyes flutter. Kyle’s thrilled when she slowly wakes up and greets him. He goes to find Nate. Later, Nate tells Lola someone’s been waiting patiently – Arturo Rosales (Jason Canela) enters, overcome with relief. Lola learns she’s been in a coma for a month and will be getting a liver transplant from an anonymous donor. She asks for Kyle, who’s been watching, and turns to leave. Arturo checks in with Nate – Lola doesn’t remember the attack.

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Y&R’s Phyllis Summers arrives at the station and asks to see Victoria Newman, Nikki Newman, and Sharon McAvoy. In her holding room, Nick Newman tells Sharon that Faith Newman (Alyvia Alyn Lind) really wants to see her. Sharon doesn’t want to traumatize her. Nick vows to come through for her and says it’s his fault she was vulnerable to Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso). An officer enters and says Phyllis is there. After, Phyllis learns only one of the women will see her.

She joins Victoria and says she feels terrible. Victoria confronts her for selling them out. Phyllis talked because she thought they all had then added Nikki and Sharon broke before she did. Victoria blames Phyllis for pushing Nikki to that point by blaming Victor Newman. Phyllis will do anything to help. Victoria won’t trust her and vows she’ll get what she deserves.

Next, Billy Abbott visits Victoria Newman, who mentions Phyllis Summers before discussing the kids. Billy won’t tell them yet since he and Nick Newman have a plan. Billy assures her it’s okay to be vulnerable with him, and she cries in his arms. Later, the three women sit alone in their rooms, while in the station, Nick and Billy tell an officer they need to see Rey Rosales immediately – it’s a case of life or death.

Y&R’s Summer Newman meets Victor Newman at the Club and expresses outrage at Nikki Newman’s sentence. Victor vows to get Christine Williams, then warns Summer he’ll need her at Newman tomorrow. Summer announces she’s getting married tomorrow – to Kyle Abbott. Victor barks, “What? You’re serious? You’re going to marry an Abbott?” Summer reminds Victor he liked Kyle and hopes he’ll attend the wedding. Victor decides he’ll be there. Summer hugs him. Victor expects her at work the day after – no honeymoon.

At Crimson Lights, Kyle Abbott updates Mariah Copeland that Lola Rosales’ awake. She offers to go back to the hospital with him. Kyle has a secret and reveals Summer Newman is Lola’s anonymous donor; she’s doing it in return for marrying him – tomorrow. Mariah begs him not to do it – it’s not good for him in any way. Kyle just needs Lola to be alright. He takes a call from Summer, who relays Victor Newman is coming to the wedding. She also talked him into a short honeymoon – long enough for the surgery and recovery. Kyle agrees to show up and say ‘I do’. And that’s a wrap. Don’t forget to check often with Soap Opera Spy for all your latest soap needs!

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