The Young and the Restless recap for December 7-11, 2020, features Billy in crisis, Theo debating his options, a chance of address for Abby and Chance, and more.
The Young and the Restless Recap Highlights
Whenever Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) walks into a room, an elephant follows. Most people are polite enough not to talk about it. Others are a little more concerned that he may just go mad and try to gun them down like he did Adam (Mark Grossman). Allegedly.
Well, not so allegedly according to an eyewitness. They say that Billy is guilty as sin. They say that if Chance (Justin Gaston) hadn’t gotten in the way, then Adam would be one dead man.
But Billy calls bull…and alleges a frame job. And he gained an ally in Lily (Christel Khalil), who isn’t too keen on the idea that her long time buddy and current squeeze is an attempted murderer. Now the two are playing sleuth, and they’re determined to track down the mystery witness and get the truth…even if it kills one or more of them.
In the case of Theo (Tyler Johnson) v. Abbott Family, where do you stand? And do you think that Theo should just tuck in his tail and accept the offered boutique in Paris? And by the by, how did Dina manage to forget that she owned a Parisian boutique? She had the foresight to gift Abby the apartment she had in the City of Lights but not the business we assume she operated from said apartment.
Does anyone else find Abby’s (Melissa Ordway) insistence on using all three of her last names, Newman Abbott Chancellor, a bit cumbersome? “Abby” is already supposed to invoke the Abbott legacy – at least, that was Ashely’s (Eileen Davidson) and Brad’s (ex-Don Diamont) plan. So couldn’t we shorten it to Abby Newman Chancellor?
And speaking of the newlyweds, what do you make of their decision to call the Chancellor mansion home? Surely, it must be weird for Chance (Justin Gaston), who just a few weeks ago was knocking on the front door because he supposedly didn’t feel comfortable just walking into what should be his rightful abode.
Also, how disappointed are you that the two won’t be sharing the mansion with Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson), Kevin (Greg Rikkart), and baby Miles? Just think of the drama and the hilarity that could ensue. We’re filing this one under wasted potential.
When Victor (Eric Braeden) claimed that framing innocent parties for crimes they didn’t commit wasn’t in his wheelhouse, why did neither Victoria (Amelia Heinle) nor Lily remind him that he did just that…to Adam? Surely, someone else remembers the whole Constance Bingham situation.
On the subject of Victoria, do you really feel that she emerged the victor in her rivalry with Phyllis (Michelle Stafford)? Sure, she got a butt load of cash. But she also lost out on a highly profitable business venture all because she was being a petty bitch.
Add to the fact she may have lost her brother in her pursuit of a win, and maybe it’s Phyllis who came out on top. Even if she doesn’t see it that way.
Are there any Elena (Brytni Sarpy) and Nate (Sean Dominic) shippers out there? Don’t be shy…stand up, fess up, and be counted. The Young and the Restless airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.