The Young And The Restless Spoilers – A Battle Of Wits?
Chance Chancellor (Connor Floyd) knows he is not getting the entire story about what really happened to Ashland Locke (Robert Newman) and he also knows his father-in-law well enough to know he had to have something to do with these strange set of circumstances.
When The Great Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) is visited by Chance, they sit down for a game of chess and Victor smugly thinks he is winning, but Chance is about to call his bluff over having no involvement in what happened to Ashland. Chance has evidence that Victor doesn’t know about, but Victor keeps a straight face and doesn’t ever give away the game. This investigation may be harder for Chance than he thought.
Y&R Spoilers – Victoria Newman Needs Help Too
A down-and-out Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) shows up at Society to drown his sorrows and commiserate with Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) about how terrible his life is. He has no job, no girlfriend, and no prospects. Jack tries to give the younger man a pep talk but to no avail.
However, Adam does perk up when Jack has the brilliant idea to offer Adam a job at Jabot.This will really drive Victor crazy and the offer couldn’t have come at a better time, but will Jack and Adam really go through with this?
The Young And The Restless Spoilers – Nick Newman And Sharon Collins Share Their Woes
Meanwhile, Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) feels sick about everything that has happened in the past few weeks and is having trouble dealing with his own guilt, so he turns to Sharon Collins (Sharon Case), the one woman that has always been there for him since high school and the woman who is most likely his endgame.
Sharon has done nothing but offer people advice at Crimson Lights for the past few months since her husband, Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso), died, so she will probably dole out words of good cheer when she feels nothing but sorrow right now. Will she finally confide in someone like Nick? Stay tuned to The Young and the Restless weekdays to see how these stories play out.