The Young and Restless spoilers

The Young and the Restless Spoilers for Wednesday, October 9

The Young and the Restless spoilers for Wednesday, October 9 reveal a day of secrets and lies both throughout Genoa City and in Las Vegas. Phyllis makes a move on Adam, Cane lets down his guard, and Victoria has a few things to say to Victor! You won’t want to miss a moment of this high-stakes episode.

Victoria was so angry at Victor demoting her from CEO… and Victoria feelings like she was the last to find out… that she flung a knife at her father’s throat. Okay, it was a painting of her father, but, still, it was an incredibly good shot. Plus, it was a letter opener. Billy suggested Victoria quit Newman Enterprises and join him at Jabot. But Victoria isn’t quite ready to go that far… yet.

Victoria has a proposal for Victor. But is his mind already made up? Phyllis must have gotten on some domestic version of the Concorde as she got from Wisconsin to Las Vegas in the span of a commercial break, while everyone else in Genoa City remained in the same spots she’d left them. She joined Adam at the poker table, making it clear she was here to play.

The Young and the Restless Spoilers Phyllis arrived in Vegas

Will he deal her in or make her cash in his chips? Phyllis only arrived in Vegas because she overheard that Cane was heading out there to find Chance. (Kids? What kids? Sure, Mattie and Charlie might be in college by now… or visiting their mom. But does anyone remember baby Sam? His nanny must be earning some serious overtime!)

Cane makes it to Vegas… though in more time than it took Phyllis, and proceeds to look for Jill’s errant grandson. He gets a text promising a meeting… which is followed by a conk on the head. Does Chance really not want to meet the guy who once passed himself off as his father… or does someone not really want them to meet? cotinue reading on the next post —>

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Mary Stone

After earning a BA in Communications, Mary began his professional career in the Barre Red Barons’ front office. He later worked as a print sports writer. Mary became a state licensed school teacher, the author of the children’s book Maddie: Teaching Tolerance with a Smile, and a credentialed sports columnist. He’s also been a longtime soap opera loyalist.

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