Spoilers for the Week of December 07, 2020
12/09/2020 01:00 pm
In Soaps.com’s newest Young and Restless spoilers for Monday December 7 through Friday December 11, Jill sticks around to help her son, Sally shows a new side of herself, Jack issues a challenge, and Phyllis tries to get the upper hand.
Young & Restless spoilers week of December 7:
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Young & Restless spoilers for Monday December 7:
In Monday’s Y&R recap, Amanda fumes when Billy confesses he’s been lying, and Jill panics.
It looks as if Billy’s ex-wife and current love interest are at odds. But what has Lily questioning Victoria’s motivations… and is she right to do so? Meanwhile, Jill comes up with a plan she’s convinced will help Billy. (Anybody else a bit worried, given that historically, Billy hasn’t reacted terribly well to his mom interfering in his life?)
Adam is ready to make a confession to Chelsea. Should she brace herself for whatever he has to say?
Young & Restless spoilers for Tuesday December 8:
In Tuesday’s Y&R recap, Jack warns Theo, and Chelsea gets a scary diagnosis.
Theo’s been making some bold moves against his newly-found family of late, particularly with that inheritance-related lawsuit. But today, Jack’s going to try and prove Billy’s not the only gambling man in the family by calling Theo’s bluff!
Fresh off Adam’s confession of the day before, Chelsea is about to get some bad news. And not just bad, but downright disturbing.
Victor surprises Victoria.
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Young & Restless spoilers for Wednesday December 9:
In Wednesday’s Y&R recap, Victoria makes a cutthroat move, Devon irks Lily, and Abby and Chance make plans.
Billy remains under investigation (not to mention a cloud of suspicion) despite his continued insistence that he had nothing to do with the attempt on Adam’s life. But today, Victor makes it clear he’s not convinced of Billy’s innocence.
Anybody who thought the business partnership between Victoria and Phyllis would go smoothly should probably consider having their head examined. Today, Victoria takes a page out of her dad’s book by playing dirty with Nick’s girlfriend.
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Young & Restless spoilers for Thursday December 10:
In Thursday’s Y&R recap, Billy makes an astounding decision, Summer warns Theo, and Lily accuses Victor.
There’s more than meets the eye where Sally Spectra is concerned, and that’s something Lauren will find out when she sees a whole new side of her employee.
Michael’s always loved a challenge, and he’s about to get one when he goes up against Amanda and she plays hardball.
Looks like the honeymoon is over for Abby and Chance. (Welcome to the real world, kids!)
Young & Restless spoilers for Friday December 11:
How far is Lily willing to go in order to try and help Billy?
When Chance’s loyalty is put to the test, will he receive a passing grade?
Phyllis gets the last laugh… but at whose expense?
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