The Young and the Restless recap for February 24-28, 2020 features a whole lot of characters learning an important lesson about how the world works and more.
The Young and the Restless Recap Highlights
If there’s one thing the denizens of Genoa City learned this week, it’s that life is unpredictable. One minute Victoria (Amelia Heinle) was standing around and arguing with Billy (Jason Thompson) — pretty par for the course where these two are concerned — and the next she’s in a medically-induced coma.
Newman Enterprises was riding high following its change in guard and now its shepherd is unavailable and its former founder is back at the helm, though if the once family-shy Adam (Mark Grossman) gets his way he’ll soon be named CEO.
Life Changes In A Flash
Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) and Sharon (Sharon Case) went from alley cat scrappers to bosom buddies, though the jury is still out on the status of that change over once Sharon is given the all-clear by her doctor.
Devon changed from a mopey millionaire bent on destroying his enemies to an altruistic, turn-the-other-cheek, forgive and forget billionaire with the aide of a few keystrokes. To quote Jill (Jess Walton), “You have got to be kidding me?!”
And Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) graduated from co-owner of The Grand Phoenix to the ruler of the whole shebang — though she now faces some stiff competition from former partner Abby Newman. Well, you win some and you lose some.
Theo: “So, the new restaurant will be in Miami, but you’ll still be here running Society?” Why the heck doesn’t Lola (Sasha Calle) lead with that? Does she get some sort of sick thrill out of watching everyone’s reactions to her assumed departure?
2433078995 – Who would have ever thought such an unassuming row of numbers could be the key to a $2 billion dollar fortune? Well, obviously the answer is Kevin (Greg Rikaart) but don’t quibble. Speaking of, how much cash do you think Devon contributed to those kids’ college fund?
Jill: “I’d say its time we discussed what you need, and number one on that list is a job…the worst thing you can do is let yourself get bored. That’s when the trouble starts.” Oh! Okay…so that’s been the problem all this time! Billy just needs to find some employment and everything will be hunky-dory again.
Chance: “Don’t tell me you’ve given up on love.” Jill: “Oh never, never. But I have made some mistakes, honey. Some worse than others.” We’re gonna assume that the “worst” were Sven, the hotel masseur who shot her while she showered and David Kimble, who turned out to be a black widower.
Phyllis: “You know, ever since you and Chelsea ripped this hotel out from under me, you have had one disaster after another. It’s like this hotel is cursed.” Actually, Phyllis, we think that’s called karma. The Young and the Restless airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.