The Young and the Restless recap for March 30-April 3, 2020, features Victor learning the folly of his ways, a final goodbye for Victoria and Billy, and more.
The Young and the Restless Recap Highlights
“Be careful what you wish for…it just might come true.” It’s a powerful and accurate warning that many in Genoa City are learning the hard way – Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) especially.
He always wanted his offspring to be just like him. Self-assured, cutthroat, and of dubious honor. But now that’s coming back to bite him in the most epic of ways.
Adam and Victor: Rivals Again
Because you see, ever since he wasn’t allowed to take over Newman Enterprises for a few weeks while his elder sister recovered from her shanking, Adam has been plotting sweet, sweet revenge.
He even manipulated a childhood friend into providing the necessary evidence to use as blackmail against dear old dad. And even though Victor isn’t about to admit culpability in the death of AJ Montalvo, he certainly seems willing to hear Adam out on exactly what he wants in exchange for his information.
Jill: “You know, I was with my mother at the very end. But when I look back, there are so many moments I missed. My biggest regret is that I didn’t make Liz a priority in her last years.”
Gosh, it’s so nice to hear Jill mention the late, much lamented Liz Foster and to hear her refer to her as “mother.” Even though her biological mother remains unknown, it was indeed Liz who scrimped and saved to offer her adopted daughter a good life.
However, Jill should also regret her rampant mistreatment of Liz in the decades prior to her death like the time she purposefully stole the love of Liz’s life, Stuart Brooks, out from under her by faking a pregnancy!
Do you actually see Theo’s (Tyler Johnson) bid to oust Kyle (Michael Mealor) from Jabot being successful? And even if he manages to do so – which is a big if considering the plan is currently on hold – can you really see Jack (Peter Bergman) handing him the reins?
Adam: “All I got to do is say the word, and you’re going to prison, probably for the rest of your natural life. But, I mean, you know the drill by now at Walworth. They’ll probably treat you like an elder statesman.”
Shade, but true. He’s been incarcerated there at least twice. First after confessing to the murder of Diane Jenkins – which he did in order to protect Nikki – and then for him conspiring with Marco Annicelli to replace Jack Abbott.
Nick: “It’s been my experience over the years that a quiet Phyllis is a dangerous Phyllis.” Yea, and so is a loud Phyllis, and a sad Phyllis, and pissed off Phyllis and…well let’s just say Phyllis is dangerous in general.
Mariah: “It’s like we’re – we’re a thing.” Tessa: “And a hashtag!” But which hashtag do their fans use? #Messa or #Teriah? The real world fans want to know so the matter can be laid to rest once and for all. The Young and the Restless airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.