The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Tuesday, February 23 – Kyle Sends Summer Away – Sally & Jack’s Date – Victor’s Betrayal

The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Tuesday, February 23 – Kyle Sends Summer Away - Sally & Jack's Date – Victor's Betrayal

The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers for Tuesday, February 23, tease that Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) will be curious about Jack Abbott’s (Peter Bergman) past, so she’ll decide to do some digging.

Since Sally will have to train Gloria Fisher-Bardwell (Judith Chapman) to take over her executive assistant role, Sally might bring up Jack’s name and fish for info about his history.

Of course, Gloria has learned by now to trust no one, especially in Genoa City! It’s doubtful Sally will be able to pry much out of Gloria if she tries, but at least Gloria will be all set to work for Lauren Baldwin (Tracey E. Bregman) soon enough.

Sally may fill Gloria in on any deals that need to be wrapped up or deliveries that need to be made. She’ll give Gloria the rundown of what’s important and leave her good to go.

As for Jack, Sally will get another chance to learn about his past when they start making dinner plans. It looks like Jack will push Sally to join him for a meal at Society, so Sally will come right out and ask if this is a date.

That’ll put Jack on the spot, but he should like the fact that he’s dealing with a straightforward kind of gal like Sally. No matter what Jack’s answer is, this dinner should serve as some version of a date since. Sally and Jack will flirt as they get to know each other a bit better, so we’re well on our way to “Jally.”

Other Young and the Restless spoilers say Summer Newman (Hunter King) will get an unsettling warning. There’s a chance Sally will say something cryptic – like a hint that advises against putting Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) on some pedestal of honesty.

Summer has been quick to pipe up about there are no secrets in her relationship with Kyle, but Sally knows that’s not true.

Sally might mess with Summer since she knows Kyle’s deceiving her about his potential son with Tara Locke (Elizabeth Leiner). On the other hand, Summer might get a warning about her deal with Bill Spencer (Don Diamont).

Kyle will convince Summer that she needs to meet with Bill again in LA, so she may wonder why since they just wrapped up a perfectly fine meeting in Genoa City.

Kyle might invent some issue that he thinks Summer should handle in person. Y&R spoilers say Kyle will want Summer out of town so he can make his own trip to New York. Kyle will succeed in getting rid of Summer, so it might take some misleading warning to pull that off.

Whatever the case, Summer will find a reason to be uneasy in Tuesday’s episode. We should note that Summer will also spot a picture of Harrison Locke on Kyle’s laptop at some point, buy Kyle will offer a cover story and hurry Summer along for her LA meeting with Bill.

Next, Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle), who’ll find out Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) still intends to go after Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) over the Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) expose.

Victor will have his eye on a media company called Cyaxares, but Victoria will eventually realize her father only wants it because Billy’s been trying to acquire it.

The Young and the Restless spoilers say Victoria will try to shut down Victor’s plan to buy the company for Newman Enterprises. Victoria won’t see the value in it, but Victor will be hung up on this idea of making Billy pay using Cyaxares. He’ll end up going behind Victoria’s back as he tries to lock in this deal.

Victoria will clue Billy in on Victor’s scheming, but he won’t learn the details until he gets a text about Cyaxares on his phone.

That’ll kick off quite a war for this media company, so the drama’s set to heat up in the week ahead, February 22-26! We’ll provide updates as other Y&R news emerges.

The Young and the Restless spoilers say Tuesday’s episode will bring plenty of action, so stay tuned. CDL’s where you want to be for the hottest Young and the Restless spoilers, news and updates, so stop by again soon.

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