The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers recap for Monday, October 25, reveals that Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case) will blast Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) for targeting Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) – and she won’t be happy about Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) bad blood with Adam being manipulated either.
At the Chancellor mansion on Monday’s Y&R episode, Abby Newman-Abbott-Chancellor (Melissa Ordway) will remain in denial about Chance Chancellor’s (last played by Donny Boaz) presumed death.
After Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) and Tessa Porter (Cait Fairbanks) arrive, they’ll hear about the attack and hold out hope for good news.
Abby and Ashley Abbott (Eileen Davidson) will appreciate the silly distraction of the teddy bear from Italy, but Abby will get choked up as she shows it to Dominic Newman-Abbott-Chancellor.
Christine Williams (Lauralee Bell) will eventually reveal that a search and rescue is underway for the collapsed building, but there won’t be anything to report yet.
After Abby begs Christine to contact Chance’s supervisor, she’ll go with her and await more information. Ashley will shrug to Mariah and Tessa that all that’s left to do is wait.
At Society, Michael Baldwin (Christian LeBlanc) will let Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan) and Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) know that jury selection is complete.
Michael will add that he’s ready for Sutton Ames’ (Jack Landron) trial next week, but he’ll think Amanda’s testimony could give his case a big boost.
Devon will worry about the toll that would take on Amanda and will warn about how it could affect her new family relationships, too.
Amanda will be all fired up about taking Sutton down, but Devon will think she needs to consider this carefully.
After Devon is called to the Chancellor mansion for an emergency, Michael will address any concerns Amanda might have. He’ll think Amanda’s testimony will give them the best shot at a conviction, so Amanda will decide she’s on board.
However, Amanda will get a little overwhelmed as she processes everything. As satisfying as Sutton’s conviction will be, Amanda will admit she’d trade everything for one day with her father.
Back with Devon, he’ll show up at the mansion for updates on the Chance situation. Devon will give Abby a hug as she relies on his hope and strength.
At Crimson Lights, Billy will meet with Rey to discuss Jesse Gaines’ (Jamison Jones) disappearance. He’ll talk about the Newmans rallying around Ashland Locke (Richard Burgi) to protect him from Gaines threat.
Billy will think Adam had a hand in making their Gaines problem go away, but Rey will need more than Billy’s instincts to even consider opening an official investigation.
Nevertheless, Billy will argue that Rey knows who Adam really is. He won’t think Rey believes Adam has changed either.
Billy will just want to give Rey this opportunity to get justice for Gaines and rid them all of Adam. When Sharon walks in, she’ll notice the intense conversation and wonder what they’re talking about.
Rey will insist it’s just a missing person case and will suggest he might look into it if Billy can offer more evidence.
After Billy exits, Sharon will keep quizzing Rey and will seem suspicious. Rey will do his best to shut down all the questions since he won’t think there’s any reason for Sharon to get involved.
At Newman Media, Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) will toot her own horn over the glowing reviews she just sent to Adam’s email account.
Adam will suggest they should celebrate his treat, but Sally will suggest inviting Chloe Mitchell (Elizabeth Hendrickson) so they can make it a working meal.
Later, Billy will saunter over to Society’s bar while Adam and Sally are sitting there. While Sally goes to call Chloe, Adam and Billy will push each other’s buttons.
Billy will suggest it’s a mystery to him why Gaines didn’t go through with his publishing threat. He’ll add that Adam’s miraculous transformation is an act and won’t be fooled by it.
Billy will suggest Adam’s just pretending he’s changed for Sharon and will taunt him about trying to get a pat on the head from Victor Newman (Eric Braeden).
Adam will think Billy’s implying that he had something to do with Gaines going off the grid, but Billy will insist Adam’s the one bringing that up.
Adam will declare that the odds are they’ll never know what happened to Gaines – and Billy will take that bet. “Spoken like a true gambler,” Adam will reply.
Afterward, Sally will grill Adam about what that was about, but he’ll claim Billy was just posturing.
Adam will think the difference between the two of them is that Adam didn’t like who he was before he changed. Billy, on the other hand, misses his reckless lifestyle and still finds ways to chase the rush.
Adam will feel like Billy is always going to hate him and will never stop trying to destroy him.
Although Adam will understand that on some level due to Delia Abbott’s (Sophie Pollono) death, he’ll also refuse to ever like, respect or trust Billy. As for the details of their current conflict, Adam will push Sally not to worry about it.
In the park, Billy will get his investigative team leader on the phone and push her to drop everything to find Gaines.
Billy will mention his working theory that Adam is behind Gaines’ disappearance – and moments later, Billy will realize Sharon was behind him eavesdropping.
Sharon will think it now makes sense why Billy went to Rey for help. She’ll argue that she heard enough to know Billy was trying to dredge up bad blood.
Sharon will rant about how Billy always tries to go after Adam and hurt him.
“When is this going to stop with you, Billy? When are you going to let go of your hatred for Adam?” Sharon will demand to know.
At The Grand Phoenix, Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) will try to smooth things over with Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow).
Phyllis will want Nick to understand that she’s on his side, so they’ll end up sharing a kiss and heading upstairs for lovemaking.
Unfortunately, Phyllis will agree about Nick’s ungrateful family again and irritate him. She won’t understand why Nick can’t just ignore the Newmans, but he’ll insist they’re his family for better or for worse.
Nick will feel like Phyllis is trivializing his issues, but she won’t believe it matters what she says since he always thinks the worst of her.
The Young and the Restless spoilers say Phyllis and Nick’s relationship will continue to crumble, so stay tuned.
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