The Young and the Restless spoilers raw breakdown for Wednesday, November 18, 2020, reveals Victoria making a veiled threat, Adam making a drastic choice, and Chance looking forward to a life with Abby.
The Young and the Restless Spoilers Highlights
The drama with Adam (Mark Grossman) has Victoria (Amelia Heinle) stepping way out of line. She makes it clear her dad has a choice to make, Adam or the family. Well, my dear, Daddy does not give a damn. He wishes Victoria luck.
Sign Here, Please
Victoria takes that luck and runs with it. She makes a beeline for the penthouse to get Adam to sign his Newman rights away. If he doesn’t want the last name then he shouldn’t have their money, right? Choose wisely, Adam, your next move will change his life forever.
Unfortunately, Adam’s choice has a lasting effect on Victoria too. She will take her shady docs to Victor (Eric Braeden) to show him her big win. It will not be a win, though. Victor does not take lightly to his darling daughter scheming behind his back.
Come Back To Me
Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) is caught between a rock and a hard place when Adam (Mark Grossman) calls her up. He wants to talk and hopes she will listen. Sure, she’s up for a talk, but she will not make it out of the house without a lecture from Chloe. Will her bestie talk some sense into her?
Wedding Bells Ring
It was a big day for Chance (Donny Boaz) and Abby (Melissa Ordway). He was awake, alert, out of the woods, and ready to spread his good news. Abby got Nina and Jill on video chat and Chance told them he was getting married. Everyone was thrilled. Chance even wants to tie the knot next week!
Phyllis Is In A Slump
Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) is at her wits end in her business and love life. She turns to Amanda (Mishael Morgan) for the legal stuff, and even a little advice. Can the legal eagle save her from losing her hotel? Maybe. Her romance with Nick is another story, though. Red has to deal with that all on her own. The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.