The Young and the Restless recap for Monday, October 25, 2021, should consider dipping into the lost and found as Abby Chancellor refuses to believe that she’s lost her husband, Billy Abbott refuses to believe that Adam Newman isn’t responsible for Billy losing Jesse Gaines, and Nick Newman refuses to keep hearing what losers his family members are from Phyllis Summers.
The Young and the Restless Recap Highlights
Billy (Jason Thompson) first goes to Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) about his missing person, Jesse Gaines (Jamison Jones). Then he goes to Adam (Mark Grossman). And then he turns to his PI. (What? You thought he was going to get his own hands dirty?) But when Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case) overhears him, Billy might lose it all.
Meanwhile, Adam tells Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) that Billy used to be addicted to gambling, he’s now addicted to bringing down Adam.
Y&R Recap: Mourning Period
Abby (Melissa Ordway) insists to Christine Blair Williams (Lauralee Bell) that she call anyone she has ever met in the state department and find out where Abby’s missing husband is! Christine tries, while Ashley Abbott (Eileen Davidson), Devon Hamilton (Bryton James), and Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) agree among themselves that Chance is likely dead but put on a brave face for Abby.
Young and the Restless: Anger Management
Things were so rocky between Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) in Tuscany that they took two different private planes home. (That’s how rich people express their grief.) Now that they’re back in Genoa City, they have sex to fix their problems, as per usual. Alas, afterward, they start talking again. As per usual.
Nick laments about his complicated relationship with his family, but when Phyllis agrees that they mistreat him, Nick gets defensive. They don’t have sex a second time to make up. So obviously, this is serious.
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