The Y&R spoilers for Wednesday, June 23, 2012, spotlight Billy writing an exposé on Ashland – which has nothing to do with his current relationship with Victoria. Plus, Adam and Nick join forces to help Chelsea, while Summer decides the truth is highly overrated.
The Y&R Spoilers Highlights
Billy (Jason Thompson) assured Lily (Christel Khalil) that his desire to write about Ashland’s (Richard Burgi) divorce has nothing to do with the mogul’s new friendship with Billy’s ex-wife. Lily totally believed him. And then said she’ll be writing it with him. No reason. It’ll be fun!
Billy assured Victoria (Amelia Heinle) that his desire to write about Ashland’s divorce has nothing to do with the mogul’s new friendship with Billy’s ex-wife. She, unlike Lily, didn’t even pretend to buy it.
So Billy is going ahead with his plans. We’re sure that deliberately getting under Ashland’s skin is just in the name of journalistic integrity. And if it upsets Victoria, too… collateral damage.
Two Of a Kind
Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Adam (Mark Grossman) bonded over Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan). They also bonded in Kansas. The two are such good friends now, they can even join forces. Will it be for Chelsea… or against Victor (Eric Braeden)? Considering the two are in cahoots and Victor holds Chelsea’s fate in his hands… why not both?
Let Sleeping Kids Lie
Summer (Hunter King) has decided to embrace the noble path and not tell Kyle (Michael Mealor) that Tara (Elizabeth Leiner) is blackmailing her into leaving town – and dumping Kyle. Despite their constant slobbering over each other about how they never keep secrets, Summer decides she’ll keep this one.
She has a great job opportunity in Italy – set up by Sally (Courtney Hope), but it never even crossed Summer’s mind that she might not be anyone’s first choice for a design job – so she can use it as an excuse to postpone their wedding, leave Genoa City, and tell herself she’s the patron saint of curly-haired tots and their clueless pops. The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.