The Young and the Restless recap for Tuesday, August 17, 2021, gives viewers a sneak-peek into Phyllis Summers and Nick Newman’s kinky sex life, while Victor Newman and Victoria Newman negotiate a truce, and Adam Newman and Sally Spectra come to an understanding.
The Young and the Restless Recap Highlights
Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) is still mourning the trauma of her daughter daring to move out of town to live her own life so Nick (Joshua Morrow) organizes Phyllis Appreciation Day. He orders a couples’ massage for them to cheer her up. But when “Sven” shows up, it’s actually Nick – in a blond wig. This is a major turn-on for Phyllis. She gets a full body massage. And more.
She and Nick agree that she should worry less about Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman). Would Nick change his tune if he knew that, as they were getting it on, a lonely Jack was back at his house, already getting teary-eyed at losing Harrison, the last family member still in his life?
Y&R Recap: We Did It All For the Glory Of Love
Victor (Eric Braeden) reminds Victoria (Amelia Heinle) that every time he manipulates her and tries to control her behavior, it’s because of love. OK, Victoria shrugs, as long as I can get married where I want.
Later, Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) reminds her daughter that every time Victor manipulates her and tries to control her behavior, it’s because of love. OK, Victoria shrugs, let’s plan her big, fat, rich girl wedding. She wants the world to know that Victoria Newman has finally met her match!
Young and the Restless: Enemy Mine
Sally (Courtney Hope) confesses her past to Adam (Mark Grossman), who is understanding. Chloe Mitchell Fisher (Elizabeth Hendrickson) is less understanding and warns Sally to read up on Adam and what a bad man he is. Sally seems more intrigued than turned off.
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