The Young and the Restless spoilers raw breakdown for Thursday, October 29, 2020, reveal Adam going backward, Chelsea suffering another emergency, and Theo feeling the sting of rejection.
The Young and the Restless Spoilers Highlights
Adam (Mark Grossman) is done with his family and he’s going to prove it. He cuts ties with his siblings, his father, and the Newman name. He is back to being a Wilson and plans to stay that way. Of course, no one really believes him.
Adam does have an agenda, but it is not what they think. He’s hoping severing the puppet strings will give him a new outlook on life and a clean slate with the law. Um, Adam, that’s not how it works.
Down For The Count
Adam is not the only one rebranding. Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) struggles with moving on. Her time with Adam is over but the aftermath of being his partner is ruining her life. Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) has a solution. It’s time to get back to design, but this time, leaving Chelsea 2.0 and the Newman ties behind.
Unfortunately, Chelsea may not see that dream come true. As she’s leaving the coffee house she rubs her head and falls to the floor. Did that elevator incident actually do serious damage?
Teardrops Of Sadness
The Abbotts meet up and discuss Dina’s (Marla Adams) funeral. This time, Theo (Tyler Johnson) is invited to the family mourning circle. While it is nice to be a part of things, Theo immediately sees how little these folks think of him. He notices their new matchy-matchy jewelry and hears the story of the necklace. Oops, the Abbotts forgot about Dina’s other grandson.
Things get worse from there when the will is brought up. Only one change was made since the Graham era. Everyone wonders if it is because of Theo. Kyle will not like that idea one little bit.
Is It Really, Really Over?
That is not the only drama Kyle (Michael Mealor) has to endure. Summer (Hunter King) talks with her mom and wants to meet up. Kyle does show up but not to say the things Summer wants to hear. The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.