The Young and the Restless spoilers for Monday, July 27, 2020 kick off a week of Newman-style drama. It’s a rewind to 1994 when Victoria gets home from baring it all for a shady magazine.
The Young and the Restless Spoiler Highlights
Victoria (then Heather Tom) running off to New York with a mystery man has her parents on edge. She’s back now but questions remain and they want answers. Who was this guy? What did he want? And, more importantly, what did he offer their oldest child?
Victoria — Call Me Miss September
It’s a good thing Victor (Eric Braeden) is already on this because things are about to get worse. Victoria did a very naughty thing in New York and soon the world will know her a little too well. In fact, they will know every inch of her. She confesses to Ryan she posed for a centerfold! She also told him Cole stopped the presses. Too bad… she was looking forward to sticking it to her dad.
Boxing For Bullies
All the while, Nick (Joshua Morrow) has a hard time working on work with Sharon on his mind. There’s something about her he can’t get over. Could be in a world of yes, yes, yes, he finally heard the word no? Ah look, finally a girl he can respect!
Sharon’s good, but her ex is bad. Nick runs into Matt at Crimson Lights (which still has the same decor then that it does now, maybe update the set YR) and things turn ugly. Matt’s lucky Richie Rich doesn’t like to get his hands dirty and backs out of a fight. Okay, that’s not true. Nick wants to duke it out, he just doesn’t know how. He asks his pops to teach him how to box. Will he float like a butterfly and sting like a bee?
A Baby Makes Three For Dru and Neil?
Meanwhile, Dru (Victoria Rowell) isn’t quite feeling herself and Neil (Kristoff St. John) takes her to Olivia’s office. It is time for a very thorough exam. Dru explains feeling tired all the time, always hungry, and even occasionally dizzy. Olivia sends her for tests but she has a hunch she knows exactly what’s going on. The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.