The Y&R spoilers recap for Tuesday, January 4, 2022, is an explosion of people sticking their noses into issues that are none of their business. First, Traci Abbott lets Billy Abbott know what she thinks of his plan to bring down Adam Newman, then Chloe Mitchell Fisher somehow sees herself as the most important player in Adam’s relationship with Sally Spectra – and Chelsea Lawson.
The Y&R Spoilers Recap Highlights
Billy has a meeting with Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) and Lily Winters (Christel Khalil) so the women can debate the wisdom of Billy’s (Jason Thompson) plan – since both understand he’s not capable of seeing it through. Traci (Beth Maitland) is let in on the secret, and she is not pleased. She chats with Adam (Mark Grossman) about dropping his vendetta against Billy.
Adam is polite, but not quite sure why he and Traci are discussing this. Later, she makes frowny face Billy’s way and tells him she’s not sure she’ll be able to keep his secret. Why was she ever pulled into this? And why does she believe she needs to be involved?
Lily is still stuck at why Victoria is involved and suddenly calling the shots. She may be even more confused when she learns that Traci took it upon herself to confront Victoria. They need to work together to protect Billy!
Y&R Recap: Three Women
Sally (Courtney Hope) tells Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) that she and Adam spent New Year’s Eve together…in the name of being open and honest. Chelsea complains to Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson). Chloe warns off Sally, ranting that she is sick and tired of trying to keep the three of them from destroying themselves. (Did someone ask Chloe to? I don’t think anyone asked Chloe to do that.)
Chelsea then rants to Adam about Sally and, when he refuses to jump when she snaps her fingers, tells Chloe that’s it – they need to fire the schemer!
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