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Y&R Preview – Week of January 28, 2019

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This week on The Young and the Restless, Nick learns the entire truth from Victoria, Nikki, Phyllis  and Sharon about J.T.’s murder.  How will he help them get out of the mess they find themselves in?

Summer comes back to Genoa City meaning Hunter King is back on the canvas.  Will Kyle’s feelings for Summer bubble to the surface and what will that mean for his burgeoning  relationship with Lola?

And, what has happened to Katie?  Is Billy going to relive his worst nightmare, the loss of a child?

Check out these teasers for this week in Genoa City.   Then below watch the latest Y&R promo from CBS.    L

Monday January 28

Victor gives Arturo an ultimatum.

Tuesday, January 29

Summer returns home on a mission.

Wednesday, January 30

Jack makes a decision about his relationship with Kerry.

Thursday, January 31

Nikki makes a dangerous mistake.

Friday, February 1

Billy receives distressing news.

Let us know via the comment section below, which storypoint are you looking forward to seeing the most?

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  1. Violet Lemm

    January 28, 2019 at 7:29 pm

    I am hoping to see the end of this JT fiasco, and Mia. Yea, I know it ain’t gonna happen! I just wonder how long we’ll be tortured by this horrible woman. You can’t tell me that her own family can’t see how despicable she is, and lusting after Arturo, and they let her get away with it. I also can’t believe we’re having to see Summer again, so soon. OMG, I thought we got rid of her for a while.

    • Violet Lemm

      January 28, 2019 at 7:34 pm

      Also, you can tell that Katie is very familiar and unafraid of the “friend” she’s talking to. It’s got to be JT, although T.L said his time on Y&R was over, never to return. We’ll see.

    • Celia

      January 30, 2019 at 9:47 am

      I don’t think Kaie’s imaginary friend is so imaginary, Violet.
      I want an end to the JT drama, myself—-but, if what I ‘imagine’ is true; it “ain’t” over until JT sings.
      I had another thought–Ian Ward?

      • Harry

        January 30, 2019 at 11:12 pm

        Believe it or not, Mia is cracking me up now. She was sitting at the Abbott table with boobage spilling out of her tacky dress while making a drunken fool out of herself as the Abbotts clutched their pearls. Maybe I was wrong about Mia, maybe she can be fun. She might be that woman we all love to hate.
        And please don’t think me cruel but when Kerry told Jack she is getting hormone injections, I thought she was about to tell him she was a trans. Now that might make those two interesting. Sadly, she’s just freezing her eggs in case she decides to have a baby down the road. This couple ended before they started–it needs to end yesterday.

        • Celia

          January 31, 2019 at 9:57 am

          LOL. You may be right, Harry…..Perhaps, comedy is Mia’s calling…..in a scalawag(gy?)-kind of way. A sea urchin? Definitely not Lorelei. She, actually, is sort of stepping up her acting “skills”. Hmmmm.
          It’s the writing that bugs me—-the lavish praise on Mia’s beauty fallsvon deaf ears for me. She does not “Walk In Beauty”, Harry—no paragon of virtue immortalized in prose/ poetry. ….simply a craven “beauty”….
          So, the exaggeration is just that–a cartoonish symbol …..
          Mia is stuck between two men. She loves them both—Rey is her safe haven……Arturo is her passion.
          She’s pretty young; but looks much older due to her hard countenance—-she’s been “places”. Arturo, I suspect, feels the same “stirring”; lowdown, carnal instincts. Hurts so good??
          So, what happened? Is Abby a distraction? A means to an end? Does he think he can rid himself of Mia’s image out of his hesrt and mind by marrying Abby? I don’t think he is attracted to her money ……..but rather, to her lofty status…..she’s on a different plane; so vey foreign to him. The icy-hot princess in her ivory tower, Harry—perfect oxymoron.
          And, the same may be Abby’s attraction to him—-Arturo’s opposing lifestyle–
          Mia’s fiery temper does not fit the perpetuated love affair the audience ( or reader) has with the mythical femme fatale.

          Oh, and….those “things”are real, Harry ( the boobage).
          LOL……Her dress spilleth over……
          The Kerry/Jack thing ( whatever one may call it) is a disaster. A joke. She is the worst actress!! Bad story ….worse plot.
          These writers have lost their collective minds. Are we to anticipate another offspring from Jack? One whom we will see once and from whom we will never hear again? I’m still trying to remember what happened to Kemo.
          Why would a young woman in her twenties want a man forty years her senior? Freezing eggs, my unmentionable, Harry. I still say she has an agenda.
          Ok….so, who do you think is Katie’s imaginary friend? JT? Ian Ward? Adam? —-or someone so off the realm of imagination to completely take us off guard?

        • Violet Lemm

          January 31, 2019 at 12:09 pm

          Harry, YOU crack ME up! You always hit the nail on the head. Everything you said about Mia is true, and then some. She would be a joke if she wasnt so damn twisted and evil. I fear for Abby, because Mia hates her so much. I still can’t understand why her family makes all these excuses for her bad and malicious behavior.
          What you said about Kerry possibly being trans, was not mean, and I’ve read it elsewhere. Some think she was going to use it on Jack. I really don’t understand why a woman of that age would have the need to freeze her eggs. Another thing was Jack rambling on about the best thing he’d done, was to be a father. To whom? One grown up son, he didnt know he had, and Kyle, who admits he was at boarding school most of his life. Does step-fathering Nick and Victoria for a short while count?

        • Shay

          January 31, 2019 at 3:13 pm

          Sounds like GH’s Alexis before she climbed aboard the “AA Express”….except she was NEVER fun, just a cheap, pathetic lush!

        • su000

          January 31, 2019 at 9:22 pm

          I’m luvin Mia!
          She is shaker & breaker!
          The actress is good, very good.

          As for Kerry and Jack YAWN , not much to ’em..

          As for Kaie — I had to google her LOL had no idea who she was..
          whoever is her friend something tells me it won’t be as big a deal as believed.(no one scary)

          ahaa reminds me of Adam the ‘glove’ being dug out of the script graveyard..

      • Violet Lemm

        January 31, 2019 at 11:50 am

        Hi Celia, I only said imaginary ,because Victor and Victoria used the word. We all know he’s real,I’m still voting for JT. Katie doesn’t know Ian, and wouldn’t be so friendly. Also this mysterious person is supposedly working with an accomplice, but don’t know if I agree with that theory.

        • Celia

          February 1, 2019 at 9:50 am

          LOL…I know–I meant to stress the fact, as you did, that this is no imaginary friend….
          And, you’re right about Ian…..it would have to be someone with whom Katie is familiar, such as JT. I also thought of Adam.

  2. Mary SFIM

    January 31, 2019 at 6:52 pm

    Perhaps it is just a pike dream– but I am hoping Katie’s friend is Adam– he would be very familiar with the ranch– and spying on everyone is just the kind of thing Adam use to do.

    Mia is growing on me– the show needed a shot of girl from the wrong side of the tracks to ruffle the feathers of the GC elite. Both Ray, Lola and Mia are quickly outshining Arturo who was the original family member in GC.

    And yes please end this JT story line– it is now running a close second to the musical box mystery as the worst plot in the show’s history. Personally, I would be happy with the- it was all a bad dream- device if we could just move on already.

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