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Y&R Spoilers For The Week of November 1: Plotting, Worry, and Endings

Y&R spoilers for November 1 – November 5, 2021

The Y&R spoilers for November 1 – November 5, 2021, tease the end of a rocky romance, a failure to accept the (seemingly) obvious, and so much more.

Y&R Spoilers Highlights

Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) and Nicholas Newman’s (Joshua Morrow) attempt to bridge the widening gap between them fails miserably, and the pair come to the sad conclusion that staying together is no longer an option. But will this breakup last? Or, is it only a matter of time before they’re reunited and engaging in yet another video game battle? And where does this leave Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman)?

Young and the Restless Spoilers: Smile Though Your Heart Is Breaking

Christine Blair Williams (Lauralee Bell) presents Abby Newman-Abbott Chancellor (Melissa Ordway) with Chance Chancellor’s wedding ring – further proof that her husband did not survive his base’s bombing.

At Victor Newman’s (Eric Braeden) request, Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case) avails herself to Abby, but the distraught woman doesn’t find solace in the impromptu therapy session – nor does she find it in the well-meaning gestures of her family and other friends.

Y&R Spoilers: Odds and Ends

According to Y&R spoilers, Victoria Newman Locke (Amelia Heinle) becomes increasingly concerned about Ashland Locke’s (Richard Burgi) condition, while Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan) begins to fear that she’ll never achieve justice for her father’s murder.

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Meanwhile, look for exes Victor and Ashley Abbott (Eileen Davidson) to become misty-eyed during a stroll down Memory Lane – and for another set of former marrieds, namely Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) and Jack, to grow closer during a long overdue catch-up.

Finally, Young and the Restless spoilers warn that the rivalry between Victor and Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) takes a nasty turn and that the latter will have his tactics questioned. Sure, Billy is the one who plays dirty now? Not the man whose biography is called Ruthless?

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