The Young and the Restless spoilers review for Tuesday, September 17, tease that Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) will tell Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) that he just saw everything clearly in his mind, and that he did ty to kill Adam Newman (Mark Grossman). He’ll think that clearly there’s something inside him that has unfinished business with Adam. Victoria will think that remembering what happened is a huge step and means that Billy can start to heal.
But Billy will worry about the “other Billy” that seems to have his own free will and scores to settle – what if he can’t make him go away? Victoria will say that she’s not scared because she knows the real Billy – the one who struggled so hard after Delia Abbott’s (Sophie Pollono) death but worked his way out of it. She’ll tell Billy that he needs to confront the part of himself that hasn’t healed, and she’ll reiterate that she’s there for him.
When she goes to get some food for Billy, he’ll try to sleep, but the door will open. Billy will think that it’s Victoria coming back, but he’ll look up and see an older version of Delia standing in the room. He’ll walk to her and try to touch her, but she’ll just be an apparition. He’ll tell her that they would have had a good life together had it not been for Adam, but her reaction won’t be what he expects.
Delia will hold Billy accountable for trying to murder Adam, and she’ll say that his feelings toward Adam were understandable the first time, but that all the work he did on himself is gone. She’ll call him out on using his anger against Adam as an excuse to do whatever he wants, and she’ll be particularly irritated when he says that he did it for her. Finally, Delia will tell Billy that he’ll never get better, and that the “other side” is beautiful, but he won’t be allowed in because of what’s in his heart and soul.
Billy will then hear Jack Abbott’s (Peter Bergman) voice saying that Jack is the world’s biggest screw-up. Jack will totally berate Billy and call him not fixable, a slacker, and a walking disaster. During this exchange, Billy will become his alter – the gum-chewing Billy – and start firing back insults and yelling at Jack. Finally, Jack will tell Billy that he can only be one person, the good guy or the slacker, and that he needs to pick one of them.
Next, Billy will hear from his mother, Jill Abbott (Jess Walton), who will address his relationship with Victoria. She’ll encourage him to leave Victoria and make her life better – after all, Billy will never reform and he’s only going to drag Victoria down with him. She’ll tell Billy to do the decent thing and give Victoria her freedom, and that he needs to erase the darkness on his own. He’ll try to defend his love for Victoria…unsuccessfully.
Suddenly, Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) will appear to him and mock his love for Victoria. She’ll be holding a deck of cards, and she’ll say that she likes the edgy version of Billy better. She’ll go on to agree with Jill and say that Billy should give up his crusade to get Victoria back. She’ll even offer him a big gamble at the poker table – if he wins, then he gets Victoria and everything he wants, but if he loses, he has to admit he’s a lost cause. As it turns out, Billy will lose, and Phyllis will mock him some more.
Billy’s last apparition will be Adam, who will violently pull Billy off of the bed and yell at him about what must be going on in his head, and about how he thought they worked through their issues years ago. Billy will cry that he knows what he did was wrong, but Adam will tell him that whining about it won’t help, and he’ll forcefully push Billy onto the bed and try to strangle him. Eventually, Adam will turn into Billy’s alter, and the two will struggle with each other.
Victoria will return to find Billy in the middle of a nightmare. In Billy’s mind, he’ll be struggling with his alter and nearly lose, but at the last minute he’ll garner some strength and throw the alter across the room, destroying him. When Billy comes to, Victoria will ask if he’s ok, and Billy will say calmly that he is now. He’ll say that he doesn’t want that part of him to come back again, and if there’s any good left in him, it’s because of her. Victoria will then lay down next to him.
It sounds like a lot of Y&R drama is heating up for Tuesday’s episode, so stay tuned! We’ll give you updates as Y&R news comes in. Stick with the CBS soap and don’t forget to check CDL often for the latest Young and the Restless spoilers, updates, and news.