The Young and the Restless spoilers (YR) for November 13-17 promise a traumatic and heartbreaking week. Secret lives and shocking secrets rock Genoa City.
Tragedy Strikes Dina
Dina (Marla Adams) goes on the run after stabbing Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), and it’s up to the Abbott children to find her. The shocking act of violence has Ashley (Eileen Davidson) wringing her hands with worry. Something is very off with her mom, and she wants to bring her home ASAP.
Sadly, by the time Jack and Ashley catch up with her, it may already be too late. Unfortunately, this isn’t the only terrifying situation the Abbott family will face.
Zack Manipulates Abby
Crystal’s (Morgan Obenreder) stunning exposé of Zack’s (Ryan Ashton) secret life has Abby on edge. She’s not sure what to believe between the accusations and Zack’s sob story. All she knows is she’s in danger either way.
Thankfully, Jack (Peter Bergman) and Victor (Eric Braeden) are already hunting down the duo and doing whatever it takes to find Abby. It’s a race against the clock that could end in disaster.
Fighting For Love
Billy (Jason Thompson) goes out on a limb to try to get back with Phyllis (Gina Tognoni). He knows he’s made mistakes, but she’s the love of his life and he can’t live without her. He’s planning a grand gesture but if it doesn’t go his way, he could lose her once and for all!
A Woman Scorned
Hilary’s (Mishael Morgan) relentless revenge has her publicly casting more stones Jordan’s (Darnell Kirkwood) way. Unfortunately, exposing his past means bringing up Chelsea’s (Melissa Claire Egan) as well, and she destroys her life in the process.
You Can’t Shake The Past
Chelsea’s worked hard to run far away from her con life, but it’s coming back to haunt her. Sadly, when Nick (Joshua Morrow) hears the truth he flies off the handle, and it nearly costs them their relationship.
This isn’t the end of the drama for Hilary. She’s getting her hands dirty in a totally unexpected way.
Hilary Runs To Cane’s Aid
When Hilary gets word of Juliet’s (Laur Allen) devastating death, she rushes to Cane’s (Daniel Goddard) side to offer support. He’s a mess and feeling lost and alone. Hilary’s kindness means the world to him and is a turning point in their relationship.