The Young and the Restless spoilers for Wednesday, October 21, 2020, reveal a bad night for Faith as she finds sneaking around is not so easy when you turn up in obvious places.
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Faith (Alyvia Alyn Lind) once again sneaks out of the house to meet a mysterious someone, but for some reason, she decides to make Crimson Lights her first stop — the coffee shop her mother owns where she is bound to run into someone she knows.
As expected, she runs smack dab into Mariah (Camryn Grimes) who had just left Devon’s awards night, which had its own brand of fireworks. Mariah wants to know what her little sister is doing out so late and if her parents know where she is.
Of course, they know, Faith tells her. In fact, she’s just texted her dad now to pick her up and Mariah seems to buy it. Then, Billy (Jason Thompson) stops by and mentions he just so happened to see Faith in the park with an older girl, but couldn’t make out who that older girl was.
Mariah promptly texts Nick (Joshua Morrow) that his teenage daughter is in the park at night without his knowledge and without adult supervision. So, fresh off opening his big mouth that Nate (Sean Dominic) and Elena (Brytni Sarpy) tended to a drug overdose several nights earlier without Devon (Bryton James) being in the must-know, Nick has to make it to the park and bring Faith back to — where else? — Crimson Lights.
This is where they sit and have another father-daughter talk about Faith disappointing him just after he just told her how proud he is that she’s not a typical teenager. Somehow Faith gets him to forgive this particular trespass with the promise that it will never happen again.
While Soap Hub had bets that Faith was meeting with her other big sister, Summer (Hunter King), since she’s been walking around in a cool disguise of a giant hat, Faith is actually texting someone named Jordan. Who is this mystery woman, and what does she want with Faith? The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.