Spoilers for the Week of July 18, 2022

07/21/2022 01:05 pm

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Could the Newmans finally have pushed Ashland too far? In Soaps.com’s latest The Young and the Restless spoilers for Monday, July 18, through Friday, July 22, Victor’s latest action gets a big reaction from his nemesis — one that might make Victoria regret that “Ashtoria” was ever a thing even more than she already does! In other developments, forces conspire against Diane even as she makes progress with Kyle, Lily focuses on business while Billy finds working with Chelsea a pleasure, and Adam goes the extra mile for Sally. Want more than just teases of teasers? Keep reading, and we’ll get into both the nitty and the gritty of these spoilers and more!

Young & Restless spoilers week of July 18:

Young & Restless spoilers for Monday, July 18:

In Monday’s recap, Victor threatens Ashland and vice-versa, Noah announces plans, and Sally panics over Adam’s disappearance.
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A whole weekend later, Diane is still proving herself to Kyle. Or at the very least proving that she can put on a show that’s good enough to make him want to nominate her for Mother of the Year. Well, Mother of the Month. Mother of the Day maybe?

This is starting to feel like Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. Nonetheless, Victor sets a new trap for Ashland. Since the Black Knight never makes a wrong move, can there be any doubt that his opponent will soon find himself in check mate once more?

This is getting to be a habit. When Victoria makes her latest surprise announcement, what will it be regarding? And will anyone dare to tell her, “Ya know, Vic, you could give us a heads-up about stuff once in a while”?

Young & Restless spoilers for Tuesday, July 19:

In Tuesday’s recap, Adam crushes Sally, Ashley stuns Jack, Noah and Allie kiss, and Phyllis, Nikki and Ash form an alliance!
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Since Nikki forms an alliance, we’re feeling pretty comfortable in crawling out on a limb to guess that it will be against someone whose name rhymes with Cheyenne. We’re also thinking we’d be safe to assume that the individual against whom La Newman is plotting might want to watch her back — even more closely than usual. Along those same lines…

Phyllis plots her revenge. And since she hates Diane arguably even more than she loves Jack, and the aforementioned alliance is likely with Nikki… yikes. Diane may soon wish that she had stayed “dead.”

Speaking of “dead,” they say that that’s what romance is. Can’t prove it by us, though, as Adam makes a sacrifice to help Sally. We know “Shadam” and “Chadam” fans may beg to differ on this point, but we’re starting to think that “Ally” is endgame. Being cut from the same cloth, they get each other better than Adam and any of his former loves.

Hallmark’s Chesapeake Shores returns for a sixth and final season next month and we have your first preview! It appears that Abby has made her choice — and the lucky guy is [spoiler].

Young & Restless spoilers for Wednesday, July 20:

In Wednesday’s recap, Phyllis, Nikki and Ashley take a meeting, Adam pays Ashland a visit, and Allie opens up to Jack.
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Y&R Curveball! Adam and Sharon caught off base by hook-up right out of left field?!?

Well, this ought to be fun: Ashley clashes with Phyllis. The only question — aside from whether we want to watch with diet popcorn (zzz) or buttered — is whether Jack will show up in time to act as referee between his sister and his ex-wife. He certainly could, because also today…

Jack shares words of wisdom with Allie. If they’re along the lines of “If I’ve ever done it… don’t do it,” his newfound granddaughter would be wise to listen.

Steam coming out of his ears, Ashland decides to call it a day, pack his things and move away to start his life over. Ha — just kidding. “Die” being a word that he’s never said except when pretending that he has terminal cancer, Victoria’s embittered ex plans his retaliation.

Adrienne Frantz (ex-Amber) shares an impossibly sweet photo that tells us everything we need to know about how her 20-week-old is doing after his “really scary” health crisis.

Young & Restless spoilers for Thursday, July 21:

In Thursday’s recap, Adam warns his family that Ashland is out for blood, Locke stalks Victoria, and Phyllis gets a surprise offer from Lily.Ashland stalks Victoria in park Y&R

Victor loses patience with Adam. Wait — did we miss a day? When has Pop had any patience with his black sheep son? Regardless, we have a hunch that this means that Junior has broken up with Sally, at least for show, in hopes of safeguarding her job at Newman Media.

Since she isn’t the type to paint watercolors or take up flower arranging, Lily instead considers expanding her portfolio. Fine, but please not that hotel business again. (Here’s why we are so against checking in to that storyline.)

Though it seems to us that they are well past the crossroads, Jack and Phyllis navigate the status of their relationship. Considering all the times they’ve split up and reconnected — as chronicled in our “Phack” photo gallery — could there still be hope for the twosome?

Tyler Johnson (ex-Theo) thanks his ‘favorite girlfriend’ for making “a dream of mine come true.”

Young & Restless spoilers for Friday, July 22:

As Billy collaborates with Chelsea, we only have one thing to say: Lily, your relationship’s in danger. Here’s why we have a freaky feeling that we’re on the verge of a fatal attraction.

Nick’s head may be hot, but it’s also pretty level, at least when it pertains to other people’s situations. So when he worries about Ashland’s state of mind, the Newmans would be wise to take heed before they’re left with nothing to say except…

Ruh-roh. When Victoria receives an unexpected visitor, can it be anyone but Ashland? Might he have decided to put a horrifying new spin on “till death do us part”?

Check out familiar faces from The Young and the Restless and all the soaps in the below gallery of then-and now photos of Days of Our Lives alumni.

— Candace Young/Charlie Mason

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