The Young and the Restless recap for Monday, December 6, 2021, keeps news of Chance Chancellor’s return a secret by throwing a party for him. A very…quiet party? Plus, Nicholas Newman can’t let go of his distrust for Ashland Locke, and Billy Abbott lays a trap for Adam Newman…which involves Sally Spectra.
The Young and the Restless Recap Highlights
Chance (Conner Floyd) comes home in time for Abby (Melissa Ordway) to gush about how he’s as good with Dominic as Devon Hamilton (Bryton James)! It’s important that as few people as possible know that Chance is back in Genoa City, or else it could put his family in danger. So Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) is throwing a party for him! At the ranch? No! In a public place! Where anyone could see him! And Instagram it!
Chance, at first, doesn’t think it’s a great idea. But then Abby reminds him that he needs to do everything her way. Well, since she puts it that way…sure. A party it is!
Young and the Restless: Bad Moon Rising
Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) and Nikki have welcomed Ashland (Richard Burgi) into the family, but Nick (Joshua Morrow) still thinks he’s a bad man. He yells at him for a bit, including mentioning what fans have been suspecting for a while: If Ashland suddenly announces he’s cured, Nick is going to wonder if Ashland was ever sick at all. Victoria Newman Locke (Amelia Heinle) comes in and accuses Nick of blaming everyone else for his problems. Now let’s go to Chance’s secret party!
Y&R Recap: Long Con
Billy (Jason Thompson) pretends to be emotionally broken down in front of Sally (Courtney Hope), so she’ll go tattling to Adam (Mark Grossman). In the middle of their meeting, Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan) calls and is snide about how she’ll wait for Adam to have time for her to discuss their precious Connor (Judah Mackey). And then she hangs up. Because that’s how you get a guy’s attention!
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