The Young and the Restless (YR) recap for Wednesday, August 23 feature Victor taking matters into his own hands, Cane reassuring Lily, Jordan disappointing Hilary, Tessa getting a text from Crystal, and Sharon continued her quest to save the lost girl.
Who Will Have The Most Faith?
Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) tried to convince Nick (Joshua Morrow) that Faith (Alyvia Alyn Lind) will be happier coming home from camp to Sharon’s house, rather than theirs.
Faith wants her Mommy and Daddy back together. Finding him living with Aunt Chelsea isn’t going to make her happy.
Nick, however, is convinced it will all work out, and they’ll be a happy family in no time!
The way Nick was, growing up with Victor (Eric Braeden) and Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott)? Nick spent more time at his puberty-accelerating boarding school than he ever did at the ranch with both parents!
And now Nikki is here to tell Nick that Victor has moved Faith’s bedroom from the tack-house up to the main house. And she doesn’t even know that Victor is heading up to intercept Faith at her camp.
Cane (Daniel Goddard) took Juliet (Laur Allen) to the hospital after their unborn baby suffered a health crises. He embraced Juliet when Lily (Christel Khalil) spotted the pair. Cane assures Lily that she is the most important woman in his life.
Just as Jordan (Darnell Kirkwood) was breaking up with Hilary (Mishael Morgan) — and she accused him of wanting Lily!
Hilary can’t wait to taunt Cane about it!
Sharon Is Carin’
Tessa (Cait Fairbanks) got a text from her jailed sister, Crystal (Morgan Obenreder), as Sharon (Sharon Case) takes a cellphone photo of the thug who came to bail her out.
She then followed them to their car and snaps another pic. Scott (Daniel Hall) thought Sharon was taking a needless risk, but she assured him she had this covered.
Probably what Crystal once thought, too…
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