The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers recap for Monday, April 5, teases that Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) will play chess with Faith Newman (Alyvia Alyn Lind) at the hospital. He’ll look up from the board and smile as he notices Faith has drifted back off to sleep.
At the cottage, Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) and Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) will have some things they need to discuss with Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case). Rey will admit he didn’t want to say anything before, but they have to talk about what happens to Faith now that she’s out of the woods.
Faith drove without a license under the influence and is underage. As a police officer, Rey will add that he can’t just look the other way. Nick will think it’ll be good for Faith to know actions have consequences – and Sharon will agree.
Rey will suggest there’ll probably be a fine and community service. They’ll also assess Faith for chemical dependency, which could lead to court-ordered outpatient rehab.
Sharon will note that rehab was likely what they would’ve insisted on anyway – with or without a court order.
After Nick leaves, Rey will tell Sharon that Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) was the mystery man who saved Faith and brought her to the hospital.
Sharon will feign surprise and look at the security footage Rey shows her. She’ll point out that it’s strange for Adam to be rescuing Faith after trying to poison her stepdad.
Sharon won’t think it adds up, but Rey will stand his ground on Adam being behind the poison plot. Talk will turn to therapy and how Sharon wants to continue eventually. For now, Sharon will think they should just try to be patient with each other.
At the lake house, Adam will look at text from Sharon that says she’ll be there as soon as she can. He’ll text back to make sure she’s not followed – and Sharon will lie to Rey about it being a minor Crimson Lights emergency.
Sharon will take off and plan to continue her conversation with Rey later.
At Jabot, Summer Newman (Hunter King) will try to talk Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) out of meeting with Ashland Locke (Richard Burgi), but Kyle will insist it’s his mess.
Summer won’t think Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) will approve of Kyle joining the meeting, but Kyle will head for Society to do it anyway.
At The Grand Phoenix, Lauren Baldwin (Tracey E. Bregman) will try to make sense of why Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) was originally willing to come right at Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope), but now she’s maneuvering behind Sally’s back.
Phyllis will insist she just thinks it’d work out well for everyone if Sally got a promotion and went back to LA.
Afterward, Summer will meet up with Phyllis and admit Kyle’s on his way to crash Jack’s meeting with Ashland. Summer won’t be able to shake the feeling of impending doom, but Phyllis will think Summer should have faith in Jack to deal with this.
Meanwhile, Jack will sit down with Ashland and make an excuse for Kyle’s absence. He’ll hope Ashland’s willing to settle for the “B Team,” but Ashland will suspect Jack didn’t trust his son to handle meeting with him.
Ashland will talk about a health and beauty platform he’s launching on his online publications, so he’ll want to explore a sponsorship arrangement with Jabot. Jack will be intrigued, but he’ll note that they’ll have to make sure it lines up with their brand and run some numbers.
Ashland will guess that means the co-CEO title for Kyle isn’t just for show. Jack will assure Ashland that Kyle’s capable, so Ashland will point out that Kyle has a reputation as an up-and-comer in the business world.
Ashland will note that Kyle has another reputation as a ladies’ man like his dad. “I hear the apple didn’t fall far from the tree,” Ashland will say before sipping his drink.
Soon after, Kyle will join Jack and Ashland. He’ll claim the fire he was putting out wasn’t as serious as they thought. Jack will seem irritated as he suggests they’ve already discussed the entire proposal, so there was no need for Kyle to come. “But I’m glad you did,” Ashland will say with a scowl.
Jack will try to end the meeting, but Ashland will send Jack along to the office and offer to bring Kyle up to speed alone. Kyle will insist that works for him, so Jack will leave looking anxious.
Summer will bump into Jack on his way out and voice her concerns. Jack will insist that whatever’s going on in there is out of his hands.
Back in the lounge area, Ashland will want Kyle to settle a bet for him. He’ll think he knows Kyle from somewhere, but he’ll admit Tara Locke (Elizabeth Leiner) has tried to convince him that he’s wrong. Ashland will ask if Kyle spent much time in the Hamptons.
After they discuss Kyle’s party days, Ashland will note that he used to entertain quite a bit with Tara back then. Kyle will suggest he doesn’t remember, so Ashland will ask if Kyle’s saying he’s not memorable. After Kyle chuckles nervously, he’ll insist he meant no offense.
Ashland will note that his wife’s a true beauty, so he’d imagine Kyle would remember her. When Kyle insists that he doesn’t recall, Ashland will ask if Kyle recalls sleeping with Tara. Kyle will stare at Ashland looking terrified about what might happen next!
At Amanda Sinclair’s (Mishael Morgan) hotel suite, she’ll open the door to Sutton Ames (Jack Landron). Amanda will let her grandfather in, so he’ll assume she’s got some strong feelings about the past.
Amanda will call Sutton out for forcing Naya Benedict (Ptosha Storey) to give up her twins, but Sutton will argue that the final decision was Naya’s alone.
However, Sutton will admit that he didn’t want to see Naya throw her life away over one mistake. He’ll also recognize that what was best for Naya was best for him politically.
Sutton will know that Naya has expressed regret, but he won’t have any. Now Sutton will hope Amanda can move beyond the past and find forgiveness, but she’ll note that’s also in his best interest right now.
Amanda will admit that the evidence against Sutton is circumstantial – and she won’t buy that he really had a motive to kill her father, Richard Nealon. However, Amanda will blame Sutton for the difficult life she endured.
Sutton will think Amanda’s entitled to feel angry, but she’ll fire back that he’s willing to put up with her rage because he wants something from her.
Amanda will note that there’s a chance she might reject him – that she might turn her back on Sutton the same way he did Amanda and Hilary Curtis Hamilton (Mishael Morgan).
Sutton will admit that he wants Amanda on his legal team because it’d help make a persuasive argument. Amanda will argue that she has no interest in exploiting her history, so she’d be taking this case a lawyer alone. Her status as Sutton’s granddaughter would be off the table.
Sutton will insist he still wants Amanda’s help since it could bring her closer to Naya and would be beneficial for Amanda’s career. Amanda will point out there’s no guarantee she’d win, but Sutton will argue that she doesn’t lose and never has.
Amanda will be puzzled by how Sutton knows she’s never lost a case, so he’ll admit he kept tabs on Amanda and Hilary their whole lives.
Sutton will think he has a lot in common with Amanda and will want to open a whole new world to her. He’ll push Amanda to take the case and become a member of a powerful, prestigious family.
Sutton will think Amanda will finally feel like she has somewhere she belongs. He’ll look forward to hearing Amanda’s decision and leave her looking bewildered as he exits.
Downstairs, Amanda will give Moses Winters (Jacob Aaron Gaines) a shock when she meets him. Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) told Moses that Amanda was Hilary’s twin, but it’ll still be jarring.
After Moses heads home in a cab, Devon will sit down to talk to Amanda about her meeting with Sutton. Amanda will admit she’s leaning toward taking the case.
Back at the hospital, The Young and the Restless spoilers say Victor will be tickled pink to learn Adam rescued Faith. He’ll point out to Nick that Adam risked everything to save his niece.
Faith will awaken after hearing Adam’s name and wonder why they’re talking about him, so Nick will admit Adam was her rescuer.
When Sharon comes in, she’ll see that Faith’s overwhelmed by the Adam news. Sharon will remind Faith that it’s not the first time Adam has saved her life. Sharon will add that some people can be contradictory – that they can be capable of good and bad.
Faith will guess she’s supposed to thank Adam now, but Nick will shut that idea down since Adam is dangerous. He won’t want Faith spending any time with her uncle and will insist Adam’s the one who planted the thallium to poison Rey.
Faith will acknowledge how weird it must be for Sharon since Adam tried to kill her husband and then saved her daughter.
Sharon will insist she’s focused on Faith, so talk will turn to the legal consequences of her actions. Faith will be willing to face her punishment and make things right.
At the lake house, Sharon will arrive and get choked up as she thanks Adam for saving Faith. She’ll know not everyone in Adam’s position would’ve done it, but she’ll be forever grateful that Adam was willing to make that sacrifice.
Adam will reel over Sharon’s updates regarding the security footage, but she’ll admit she didn’t tell anyone they’ve been in touch.
Sharon will insist that if she finds out Adam’s playing her and that he actually poisoned Rey, there’ll be no forgiveness. Adam would deserve to rot in prison – no matter what he did for Faith.
Adam will promise Sharon that he didn’t do it and will think she knows that deep down. Otherwise, Sharon wouldn’t be there.
At Jabot on Monday’s Y&R episode, Lauren will ponder the Sally and Summer situation alone. She’ll think something definitely went down, so she’ll text Sally about meeting ASAP.
The Young and the Restless spoilers say Lauren will put Sally on the hot seat soon, so stay tuned to Y&R! CDL will have tons of other great Young and the Restless spoilers, updates and news for you, so drop by regularly.
Next week on #YR, Adam asks Sharon for a big favor, Amanda meets her grandfather, and Ashland confronts Kyle! pic.twitter.com/VjXSwLWn7t
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