Upcoming The Young and the Restless spoilers for October 17-21 promise a week packed full of Genoa City drama. A war breaks out, an old romance heats up, and a villain could finally go down!
Jack Takes a Strike at Victor!
Jack’s (Peter Bergman) revenge plot kicks into high gear now that he has Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) by his side. His distaste for her is nothing compared to his hatred for Victor. To her credit, Phyllis is ready to go above and beyond to destroy The Mustache, and hopefully, win back her man at the same time.
Ashley Takes on Phyllis!
However, Phyllis’s drama isn’t quite over. Ashley (Eileen Davidson) doesn’t trust Phyllis and warns her to not screw over Jack again. As far as the blonde bombshell is concerned, Phyllis needs to stay away, and Jack needs to keep her at length. Nothing good ever comes from her being around.
Billy’s Downward Spiral Continues!
Meanwhile, trouble is brewing for Billy (Jason Thompson). He’s trying to regain his life, but it isn’t easy. Jack still doesn’t want him around, Victoria (Amelia Heinle) is moving on, and even Phyllis can’t stand to look at him. It’s all he can do to stop himself from going off the deep end.
Sharon and Nick Get Close!
Playing house brings Sharon (Sharon Case) and Nick (Joshua Morrow) back to better times. While their relationship was never perfect, they’ve had some great moments neither can forget. The memories are stirring up dangerous feelings, and it’s just by sheer luck Mariah (Camryn Grimes) and Kevin (Greg Rikaart) interrupt their good time before things go way too far.
Chloe Exposes Herself!
It’s going to be a rocky road for Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) when she accidentally slips up and shows her true colors. It’s a terrible moment that could change her whole life forever. Chloe risks losing it all if she doesn’t find a way to cover her tracks.
Victor Fights Back!
Across town, Victor (Eric Braeden) is gearing up to take on an enemy who’s bigger and badder than ever before. The battle is going to take all his resources, energy, and require the most dramatic scheme he’s ever planned. He knows he better be ready, because when the games begin, he could end up on the losing end.