The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers review for Friday, November 6, teases that Billy Abbott’s (Jason Thompson) “special treat” for Lily Winters (Christel Khalil) causes some issues. At Chancellor Communications, Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan) talks to Billy and Lily briefly.
Once Lily’s alone with Billy, she scolds him for going out of his way to get her an éclair.
Billy insists it was only a couple blocks, but Lily’s concerned about how it’ll look and warns people will talk. Billy really doesn’t think a pastry is going to light up the gossip columns.
He also doesn’t see the harm in making out in the occasional elevator, but Lily flips out and shushes him about that.
Billy wonders if Lily regrets the kiss, but she doesn’t since it was great. This is just about keeping their personal lives and professional lives separate.
On Friday’s Young and the Restless episode, Billy promises not to give any signals – though he won’t stop flirting altogether since then people would definitely know something’s up.
At Newman Enterprises, Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) updates Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) on Chelsea Lawson’s (Melissa Claire Egan) text – which Y&R fans know was actually sent by Adam Newman (Mark Grossman).
Victoria’s glad to hear Chelsea’s taking some time away and hopes she goes to visit Connor Newman (Judah Mackey).
When Victoria notes that Chelsea’s been making noise about trying to see Johnny Abbott (Holden and Ryan Hare), Victor admits Chelsea mentioned it to him, too. “Oh, did she now?” Victoria says with a glare.
Victor suggests it’s not unreasonable if it just involves visits and adds that a child can’t have enough love. It’s “absolutely out of the question” as far as Victoria’s concerned.
Now that Chelsea’s gone, Victor suggests she’ll be of no help. He thinks they need to find another way to get through to Adam. Victoria feels like they should just let Adam do whatever he’s going to do, but Victor warns they have to stop Adam before he goes too far.
He wants the family to meet for an intervention, but Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) appears and begs Victor to say he’s kidding.
Victor insists that they need to help Adam, but Nick argues that he doesn’t “give a damn” what Adam needs. Nick gets the news about Chelsea leaving town and is glad she took his advice. He feels like Victor is the only one willing to give “that psycho” any more chances, but Victoria pipes up that Victor may have a point.
Victoria hopes that maybe this intervention will result in a slip that could help defend them. Nick doesn’t buy that since Adam is too guarded. Victor urges Nick to listen to Victoria and argues that they all want the same thing – for their families to be protected. Victor insists this is the best way to do that and takes off.
“Since when do you think Adam is capable of redemption?” Nick asks Victoria once they’re alone. “Since never,” Victoria replies. She explains that was all about setting a trap for Adam.
Victoria’s going to call Adam’s bluff by demanding that he put his money where his mouth is. Adam should give up all claims to Newman Enterprises and his inheritance.
“He can keep the rundown farmhouse where he killed the guy in Kansas; that’s fine,” Victoria says. Nick suggests Victoria is all heart! However, Nick feels like Victor will be furious if Victoria tries to make Adam sign over everything at this intervention.
Victoria feels like if Adam refuses to sign, Victor will see that Adam is calculated and conniving.
Nick warns that this could really backfire and wonders if this is really about calling Victor’s bluff. “Why not both?” Victoria asks. After Victoria works out all the details on the phone, Nick wonders what’ll happen if Adam signs.
Victoria suggests that’d be great, but she doesn’t think there’s any chance Adam will do it. She warns that Victor will have to choose which side he’s on this time.
In Adam’s penthouse building, he steps on the elevator. Chance Chancellor (Donny Boaz) appears after the doors close. He’s following Adam, so he takes the stairs.
In the room Chelsea’s stashed in, she hears Adam calling out her name as she sleeps. Chelsea dreams she’s on the sofa of Adam’s penthouse, where he says Victor is gone and adds that the key to the kingdom is finally his.
Chelsea’s worried and pushes Adam to tell her what he did. “They said I was a monster,” Adam says with a chuckle. “They were right!” Chelsea wakes up startled on the cot in the hiding spot. She gets out of bed, but then collapses on the floor.
At Society, Abby Newman (Melissa Ordway) has a business idea to pitch, but she wants to know how Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) is doing first. Devon thinks Abby can guess since she’s been through a similar situation.
Abby sarcastically gushes over “such lovely memories” of Arturo Rosales (Jason Canela). She admits things couldn’t be better in her latest relationship with Chance.
Abby also notes that marriage and kids are in her future. She knows this probably seems impulsive since she hasn’t known Chance all that long, but Devon is happy Abby seems to have found true love.
Talk turns to Dina Mergeron’s (Marla Adams) beautiful memorial and how her company ended up with Hamilton-Winters.
Abby brings up the community service aspect of the idea she’s about to pitch, but Devon takes a moment to check a text from Amanda. Abby acknowledges that the two wounded parties are getting closer after what happened between Elena Dawson (Brytni Sarpy) and Nate Hastings (Sean Dominic).
Devon points out that Amanda was already becoming a good friend before that happened, but he assumes Amanda wants to meet about pro bono work.
At Crimson Lights, Adam offers Sharon Newman (Sharon Case) best wishes on her engagement and apologizes for making her uncomfortable not too long ago. Adam hints at a breakthrough, but Sharon seems suspicious.
When pressed for details, Adam just says he’s realized that he doesn’t have to be a slave to his past – that he can break the chains off and move on.
Faith Newman (Alyvia Alyn Lind) arrives and explodes at the sight of Adam in the coffeehouse. “Why can’t you just leave us alone?!” Faith shouts. Sharon says Adam was just leaving, but Faith rants about all the horrible things Adam’s done – including trying to kill her grandfather.
Faith calls Adam disgusting, but Adam protests that Billy and Victoria hate him. Faith isn’t surprised that they do considering Adam ran over Delia Abbott (Sophie Pollono), left her there to die and then lied like a coward.
Next, Faith rips into Adam over kidnapping her as a baby, which Adam regrets. He hopes Faith can forgive him one day, but Faith continues to lash out and ultimately heads for the door.
Sharon tries to stop Faith, but she wants to be alone. Once they’re alone, Sharon asks what Adam was thinking! Back with Chelsea, she groggily gets off the floor and sits on the cot again. Chelsea hallucinates Billy, who argues Adam’s plan worked out well since it keeps her far away from Johnny.
Billy talks about how Chelsea was a con artist, then hooked up with a sociopath. Chelsea contends that she’s not with Adam anymore, but Billy insists this is the end of the road for Chelsea.
He’ll help Adam by making sure both boys will be raised to despise Chelsea’s memory. Chelsea throws her water bottle at this vision of Billy, but it disappears.
Back at the coffeehouse, Sharon rants about Adam blaming Faith’s aunt and making matters worse. Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) shows up and finds out what just happened. He thinks Adam’s done enough and should leave.
Later, Chance arrives and tells Rey that he’s been following Adam. He also talks about Chelsea disappearing, so Rey asks Sharon if Adam mentioned her. Sharon notes that Adam said he wanted to cut ties with the past and start over with a clean slate.
Abby finally makes her pitch to Devon, which involves helping people get experience in the restaurant industry. Devon loves the idea for this program and will mull over ways to execute it.
As Devon’s leaving for his meeting with Amanda, Abby wonders if he’s really OK with her being Hilary Curtis Hamilton’s (Mishael Morgan) sister. Devon is fine with the twin connection and finds it oddly comforting.
At The Grand Phoenix, Amanda meets with Devon and reveals this about the search for her parents. Amanda’s going to Evanston to see Nadine, so Devon tells Amanda to keep him posted. He means that since this has been a nice distraction.
Amanda knows Devon is grieving since he lost two people he loves. She suggests Devon can consider her family if he wants, but then worries she’s overstepped. Devon assures Amanda that he likes that and thinks Hilary would like it, too.
Back at Chancellor Communications, Amanda picks up on Billy and Lily’s chemistry. She urges them to celebrate their successful meeting and seems amused.
Once Billy’s alone with Lily, he admits Amanda is onto them – though he blames Lily just as much for flirting right back. Afterward, Billy wonders about their after-hours romance. He wants to talk about it later, so Lily smiles and suggests they shall see.
On the Crimson Lights patio, Sharon leaves Faith a voicemail asking her to call back. Rey thinks Faith is a good kid and is proud of her for standing up to Adam. Sharon just doesn’t want Faith to think she’s mad at her, so Rey offers reassurance.
In the park, Jordan (Madison Thompson) apologizes for not putting “idiot Cory” in his place at the party. She should’ve defended Faith and has missed hanging out. Faith brings Jordan up to speed on her Adam outburst and admits it got her heart racing.
Since Faith is still so amped, Jordan thinks she has something that’ll help. She opens her bag to offer it to Faith, who looks unnerved by what’s inside.
In Chelsea’s hidden room, she uses a metal piece from the bed and tries prying the door open for her escape. As for Adam, he returns home and sees Young Adam (Dane West) again. Young Adam warns it won’t be so easy to walk away from his past, but Adam isn’t concerned. “Watch me,” Adam insists.
Adam takes a call from Victor, who wants to meet at the Newman Tower tonight in the CEO office. “That’ll be good,” Adam says. “We can finally settle things between us.” Young Adam shakes his head and looks nervous.
The Young and the Restless spoilers say Adam’s intervention should bring some bombshells, so stay tuned to Y&R. CDL’s your one-stops source for scorching Young and the Restless spoilers, updates and news, so check back often.
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