The Young and the Restless spoilers for the week of September 9-13 reveal most of Genoa City attending the opening of the Grand Phoenix hotel, Summer and Kyle sharing a moment, and Devon finding a potential ally as he faces a new battle! Don’t forget to set your DVR so you don’t miss a minute of the glamour, action, romance, intrigue!
Like A Phoenix
The anticipated opening of the Grand Phoenix gets underway. Theo (Tyler Johnson) and Summer (Hunter King) make the scene together, but part of her heart still belongs to Kyle (Michael Mealor) who attends the opening with bride Lola (Sasha Calle).
Can Kyle and Summer really put their feelings for one another in the past? Watch for a moment to occur between the formerly married duo. Just what are Kyle’s feelings for his ex? It’s possible he doesn’t even know how deep they run.
Watch for other Genoa City citizens to put on their best outfits and attend the opening. Nick (Joshua Morrow) will be there to support Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan), his sister Abby’s (Melissa Ordway) partner in this venture.
Mariah (Camryn Grimes) and Tessa (Cait Fairbanks) make a public appearance. And are things truly over for Sharon (Sharon Case) and Rey (Jordi Vilasuso)? Once they’re in the same room all bets are off!
Devon And Jill Go Up A Hill
Devon (Bryton James) has received a letter calling into question the estate and will of his late grandmother Katherine Chancellor (the late Jeanne Cooper). He connects with Jill (Jess Walton), who shared a long and complicated relationship with Katherine.
They ended things on a good note before Katherine passed away, but what are Jill’s interests now? She can be a powerful ally and a formidable foe. Time will tell how much of a help Jill will be to Devon!
Adam’s (Mark Grossman) making good on his threats to get even with Victor (Eric Braeden). He has his old man’s prescriptions and is poised to play havoc with his father’s health. Adam’s going to make sure that his father receives double the dosage he’s supposed to have.
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