Soap opera stories either crawl or fly by, meaning that sometimes we have to miss big developments. Never fear, Soap Hub is here to fill you in on what you missed last week on The Young and the Restless.
Summer (Hunter King) did her best to ignore her gut instinct that something untoward had happened to her mother but her rising suspicions couldn’t be hushed. First, she enlisted her dad’s help in trying to track Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) and then she brought her concern to Devon (Bryton James), who allowed her to investigate her mom’s hotel room.
Finding Phyllis’s car keys was the final straw for Summer and she contacted Paul (Doug Davidson), who launched an official search after it was determined that someone had looped the hallway’s video recordings shielding them from catching any activity that happened outside Phyllis’s door.
Michael (Christian LeBlanc) wondered if perhaps his flame-haired gal pal had faked her own kidnapping unaware that his baby brother Kevin (Greg Rikaart) had her stashed away to use as a barging chip in his scheme to get Adam (Mark Grossman) to confess Chloe’s whereabouts. It’s just too bad that Adam (who did have Chloe) wasn’t interested in getting Phyllis back.
Desperate to keep his company, Nicholas (Joshua Morrow) sought a loan from Jack (Peter Bergman), who had to admit that Jabot was cash poor and he didn’t have nearly enough cash in a personal account to help his friend.
Victor (Eric Braeden) also turned Nicholas down… but he did offer to re-hire he at Newman Enterprises.
Left with no other option, Nicholas met Adam at his office door and handed over the keys to the building. But he threatened to tear his scheming brother to shreds if he attempted to go near Christian.
Victor’s first round of medication did little to fight his blood disorder so Niki insisted it was time to reveal his diagnosis to the rest of the family.