The Young and the Restless (YR) recap for Wednesday, June 13 features Victor having his own way, as usual, and he doesn’t care who suffers for it.
Also, Abby, cared that Arturo is suffering because of Victor, and Victor even found his way into Jack’s conversation with Neil, as the latter wondered if Victor might turn out to be Jack’s biological father! The man is everywhere!
Michael (Christian J. LeBlanc) got Sharon (Sharon Case) under oath and drilled her about being crazy and a danger to Christian. Sharon defended herself under Brittany’s (Lauren Woodland) questioning, but Michael managed to convince the judge.
Temporary custody of Christian is awarded to Victor (Eric Braeden), which caused Nick (Joshua Morrow) to call his dad the sick and twisted one. Victor just smirked and said he’ll be by to pick up his grandson shortly. Remember, he’s only doing this because he loves you!
Sharon was devastated she caused Nick to lose Christian, but there was nothing she could do. Once the verdict was read, her hands were tied.
Sorry Once Removed
Abby (Melissa Ordway) admitted to Lily (Christel Khalil) that she likes everything about Arturo (Jason Canela) – except his affair with Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott). Lily urged Abby to give Arturo another chance.
Later, Abby saw Arturo getting frustrated when another business contact canceled on him. She agreed that Victor is probably behind it. Arturo said he doesn’t want to cause trouble for Abby. Abby said he isn’t and he kissed her.
The Y Chromosome Files
Neil (Kristoff St. John) gave Jack (Peter Bergman) some of Dina’s (Marla Adams) old journals, which he inherited when he bought Mergeron. Jack leafed through the entries dated around the time of his conception.
Dina waxed poetic about meeting a mysterious man and plunging into a hot affair, but the pages with his name are mysteriously missing.
As long as it’s not Victor, Neil and Jack agree. Luckily, despite speculation, the math doesn’t work out.
The Young and the Restless (YR) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.