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Y&R Preview – Week of June 4, 2018

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Coming up on The Young and the Restless: Victor (Eric Braeden) and Nick (Joshua Morrow) go toe-to-toe in a custody battle for Christian.  And, look who’s back in Genoa City … Summer Newman (Hunter King)! What will happen when her mother, Phyllis (Gina Tognoni), and her man, Billy (Jason Thompson) find out she’s back in town?  What trouble will Summer find herself in this time?

And, is there a connection brewing between Mariah (Camryn Grimes) and Kyle (Michael Mealor)?  Look for these hot story points during the week:

Monday, June 4

Victor makes a confession to Nikki

Tuesday, June 5

Nick’s world is turned upside down

Wednesday, June 6

Phyllis plays hardball

Thursday, June 7

Sharon makes a painful decision.

Friday, June 8

Hillary takes on a new challenge

What are you looking forward to most coming up on The Young and the Restless?  Watch the latest promo from CBS below.

 

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  1. Harry

    June 1, 2018 at 10:34 pm

    No preview for Jack? Really? Summer is coming back only to find her mother and her lover shacked up in her apartment. I hope she kicks them both out for as Shakespeare once wrote,”Summer’s lease hath all to short a date.”

    • Harry

      June 2, 2018 at 10:21 am

      Okay, who’s the wise guy who gave my rather innocuous comment pertaining to Jack a thumb’s down? I bet it was Victor.

      • Celia

        June 4, 2018 at 2:52 pm

        I have used the ‘drum’ metaphor twice now. Hmmmm. What do you think it means, Harry?

    • Celia

      June 4, 2018 at 12:45 pm

      I can assure you ’twasn’t I, Harry. Honest….on a stack of Bibles!! LOL. Seriously, It wasn’t.
      I had to reply here….fakeBilly and fake Phyllis , whose stamina can withstand the vicious outpouring of Mount Kilauea. Reminds me of another couple on GH ….a while back, Harry. How many times a day can the Energizer Bunny beat that drum?
      Wow….there must be something ”rudimentarily ” wrong with my husband!!

  2. su000

    June 2, 2018 at 6:48 pm

    Summer will bring with her some type of drama but, not sure it will affect Phillis and Billy.
    Please, please please Summer do not annoy me this time around / hopefully the writers will do much better for the character than their usual yuck.

    The custody battle for Christian.
    I saw that coming since day one, finally!
    Legally, poor Nick hasn’t a legal prayer.
    Nich has not Legally Adopted Christian and having a name on a birth certificate does not give the person parental rights.
    (anyone can put a name on a birth certificate but that is not legally binding – parental rights are the law of custody, and that would now be the linked chain to grandpa Victor, not the uncle.
    So- it should be a journey of dramas.
    ( even if Victor has a criminal record he is more than qualified to support and raise Christian.
    / Nick and Sharon have need to be very worried /

    00ohh to mention.
    Billy (Jason Thompson) Jason is a 100 times better in the role of Billy than he was GH’s Patrick.
    Billy is his better character.

    • Celia

      June 4, 2018 at 2:49 pm

      In the real world, Victor does not have a legal prayer, to use your own words, SuzieQ. In the soap world? Different story. Judges and attorneys, alike, march to the beat of the soap gods’ drum.
      If Adam were alive, then yes, Nick would have a fight on his hands and lose, in Genoa City. Anywhere else, it’s a toss of the dice.
      He is the only parent Christian knows. No sane judge would separate a child from its LEGAL father.
      There was no need to adopt Christian, su…..as far as he knew the baby was his. And, I bet, he really is. I thought this from the onset. Victor has had a hand in this since forever.
      As I said, in the real world, Victor has no leg to stand on, except on a pile of billions of dollars. If he wins? It will be by buying his way into Christian’s life.
      Victor has the justice system in his back pocket. He is old….not qualified….and, Nikki would never go against her own son.
      I actually askd my parents, LOL…. my dad said that perhaps NY law is different from the rest of the country? He was being sarcastic, su—-his best quality; much like Harry’s. KIDDING!!!!!! I promise, Harry. LOL.

      • su000

        June 4, 2018 at 7:51 pm

        Hi Celia 🙂
        you said-
        ”He is the only parent Christian knows. No sane judge would separate a child from its LEGAL father.”

        Yes, a judge would separate them.
        Nick is Not Christians legal father, not by law.

        and you said-
        ”There was no need to adopt Christian, su…..as far as he knew the baby was his.”

        Nick, after finding out, he should have ‘attempted’ to adopt Christian and even that would involve Victor as the child’s Legal grandfather.
        anyway– Christian has not been adopted by anyone and he’s up for grabs ..

        Then again, the writers don’t often pay attention to legalities LOL they will go whichever way creates the drama.

        • Celia

          June 5, 2018 at 3:04 pm

          Yes, su….by law, Nick IS Christians father. The only way Victor can get custody is with his money. ….or if Nick is unfit or Sharon.
          Who is more unfit? Nick, Victor, Sharon or Nikki? Take your pick.
          The only people with full legal pull would be Adam or Sage.
          It makes no difference that Nick could have started the adoption process—
          I, personally konw a certain criminal lawyer—another is a divorce/guardian ad litem attorney. She litigates such scenarios daily. NY law.
          ….perhaps it does vary in other states.
          But, as you say, the soapworld does have its own laws, legal or otherwise.
          Later, SuzieQ…

  3. Celia

    June 4, 2018 at 9:54 am

    Oh, mon Dieu…..will Victor never cease?? Desist?? He has one foot in the grave. Unless he knows Adam is alive, does he ever stop to think of tomorrow? Who will Christian call Daddy? He, himself,witll be six feet under—ot in his case, in a secluded, de-embellished with gorgons, crypt
    NB. When will Billy and everyone else realize that Kyle is sabotaging the ‘new’ Abbott corporate establishment?
    Hmmmm….link between Mariah and Kyle? Blood-wise? Do they share the same father?…..Jack is not his dad? Quelle surprise!
    Is Ian Ward a link?

    • Ron

      June 4, 2018 at 5:40 pm

      Celia– This has nothing to do with Victor/Nicholas.. rather, a thought occurred to me today regarding JACK. While many have surmised that Jack’s true father will be the man who also fathered Victor, I disagree completely. Remember how Dina said her lover was dashing and handsome? And she couldn’t remember his name? If the writers had any strong of genius (and since they are rewriting history), Jack’s father would be Phillip Chancellor. Let me know what your grandmother thinks of that scenario. Jack gets the Chancellor inheritance and mansion and industries…. and Devon gets placed back where he belongs (anywhere but the billionaire’s club.)

      • Celia

        June 5, 2018 at 6:37 am

        Hi, Ron,
        Here you are!!!! Great to hear from you, my friend. Did your son settle on a College, yet?
        I read your comment last night……. it was too late to call my grandmother. But, I did this morning, as soon as my son left for school. LOL.
        She was, actually, the one to suggest to me that Jack could be Victor’s son. I can’t remember who suggested he and Victor could ,also, be brothers. However, I did agree, that the idea had merit……a possibility.
        As far as Phillip Chancelor II, Fiona ( Gran, LOL), loves your scenario. The only thing is, Dina was first seen in GC about ten years after the show premiered……the Chancelors were there from its inception. My grandmother has been watching since day one…..she had just given birth to my uncle, LOL……sharp mind!!
        I could hear her mulling and thinking over the phone, Ron……long pause, HaHa.
        She said that, after hearing your scenario, she may have over-thought the situation where Victor is concerned, as he did not make an appearance until the early eighties, as well.
        Unless (said she), all of it took place behind the scenes….that is, the Abbotts and the Newmans had always been there; just not introduced.
        It’s a soap…..anything is possible. Nonethelss, Ron, I, personally, loooove your scenario; just to get the almighty Devon ( I always felt Mac would be the heiress) descend back to earth.
        And, frankly, the same could apply to Neil. He has been riding so high; not the Neil I know….anyone could screw up in life—-he is the perfect example.
        So, for Neil to be so arrogantly condescending to Hilary makes me sick. Of course, I’m partial to her….l worship her…..I appreciate her mind, her little impish behavior, her style, her look and looks…….just as I used to adore Lily. What has happened to her? She’s married to a worm!!!!!!! And, Neil is her father in name only. So, where is the humility??
        I think that if your scenario ( which both Gran and I find illuminating) pans out, the above will all eat crow. How ‘loveRly’ would that be? The Hamilton-Winters “Chapter” can be torn out of that fairytale book in a nano-second.
        I want to add that, Gran did say that Katherine and John A used to be really close friends. How close??????……well, she had a light bulb go off in her head…..she had suggested to me that Jack could be Katherine’s and John’s, but gave him away to Dina and John to rear due to her ‘foggy’ living ( alcohol). Dina and she were also close, so…..but, that idea went down the tubes after Jack’s DNA test, proving John wasn’t his father.
        I hope your scenario takes root and lives, Ron….( wonder if the writers read these comments. …. Mr. Fairman should know, LOL).
        Stay well, Ron.

  4. Celia

    June 4, 2018 at 10:09 am

    Uh-oh….shall I eat crow about sabotaging? I still don’t trust Kyle—-shifty and slimy.

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