The Young and the Restless Spoilers Update: Wednesday, January 13 – Lily Revisits Billy’s Cane & Victoria Revenge – Nick Rats Out Jordan

The Young and the Restless Spoilers Update: Wednesday, January 13 – Lily Revisits Billy’s Cane & Victoria Revenge – Nick Rats Out Jordan

The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers update for Wednesday, January 13, teases that Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case) and Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso) come home to enjoy a “quiet interlude” after a lively Miami honeymoon.

Rey and Sharon want to continue the fun upstairs, but Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) appears with a bunch of balloons.

Mariah is taken aback to see that they beat her there, but she welcomes the happy couple home. Faith Newman (Alyvia Alyn Lind) and Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) arrive for their little gathering next. Sharon wonders why Faith isn’t in school and wants to make sure Nick will take her back after brunch.

Nick says Faith wanted to take the day off, so he didn’t think it’d be a problem. Sharon and Rey gush about their honeymoon a bit later. Faith has never seen Sharon look more beautiful. She talks about doing “heavy-duty bonding” with Nick and Christian Newman (Alex Wilson) over video games.

Mariah discusses how great things are going at Jabot before Rey’s called down to the station. Once Mariah heads back to work, Faith wants to get a head-start on her homework upstairs. However, Faith insists she missed Sharon like crazy and is happy she’s home.

Once Sharon’s alone with Nick, she scolds him for keeping Faith out of school. Sharon feels like Faith needs structure, so Nick will clear it next time – not that there’ll be one.

Sharon wonders if Nick could see the way Faith was acting. She feels her daughter was overcompensating and compares it to the baristas looking for a pay raise. Faith was throwing around compliments and hanging on every word.

Sharon worries something happened while she was away. She wonders why Faith was acting so suspicious. Nick argues that Faith isn’t the same little girl who used to tell them everything. Faith is a teenager who’s learning to keep secrets. Sharon wonders if Nick’s referring to the drinking.

Nick kept a close eye on Faith and didn’t notice any red flags. Nick did learn something new about Jordan and spills that the two times Faith was drinking, Jordan was with her.

Sharon learns that Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) told Nick. “Interesting,” Sharon says. She asks if Jordan had something to do with the changes in Faith, so Nick acknowledges that Jordan’s older and more mature.

On the staircase, Faith listens in and looks concerned. Sharon feels like there’s something really bothering Faith – something that she’s holding back. Sharon would like to think drinking was experimental, but they can’t just assume that and hope for the best.

Sharon and Nick reflect on Faith having lots of upheavals in her life over the last year. Sharon got sick, not she just got married… After Sharon worries about bullying, Nick suggests he hasn’t seen any issues related to that. Sharon brings up the article about Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) and fears that’s it.

As they continue to debate Faith’s problems, Sharon suggests having Faith speak to a therapist. Nick’s concern is that Faith will fear they see her as a failure – that they don’t know what to do with her. Sharon feels like Faith might resist at first, but she’ll eventually be glad to have someone objective to talk to.

Nick fears it could drive Faith further away, so he suggests Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) as a confidant for Faith instead. Nikki can warn Faith about the risks of drinking. Sharon doesn’t think that’s a substitute for a real therapist. Besides, Faith might not open up to her grandma since she won’t talk to her parents.

Sharon thinks it’s up to them to help Faith before this triggers worse choices with long-lasting consequences. “You’re talking about Cassie,” Nick says. “I can’t lose another child, Nick,” Sharon insists. Faith keeps eavesdropping and looks overwhelmed as Nick gets on board with Sharon’s therapist plan.

Afterward, Sharon talks about Phyllis and Nick being a great couple. The conversation shifts to Adam and Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan) next. Nick’s out of the loop on Chelsea’s recovery, but Sharon knows Adam must be a wreck.

Nick couldn’t care less and is only worried about Chelsea and Connor Newman (Judah Mackey).

After Nick launches a speech about how Sharon shouldn’t concern herself with Adam, she cuts Nick off and hurries him out the door. Next, Faith tells Sharon she finished her homework and wants to meet up with friends over at Crimson Lights for their free period.

Sharon has some payroll to take care of, so Faith can ride shotgun with her. “Great,” Faith mutters under her breath.

At the coffeehouse, Jordan’s surprised to see Sharon with Faith and greets “Mrs. Rosales.” Jordan gushes about Sharon’s honeymoon, but Sharon seems uneasy. After steps over to the counter, Jordan can tell Sharon’s pretending she’s not watching but totally is.

Faith says Sharon and Nick are freaking about her drinking. “What are they gonna do? Send you to rehab?” Jordan jokes.

“Practically,” Faith says. She feels like things have to change, so Jordan flips out. “What?! No more parties? No more fun?” Jordan asks. “Hell no!” Faith insists. She just means they have to be a lot more careful.

On the Jabot jet after their meeting, Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) and Lily Winters (Christel Khalil) are pleased about acquiring Ask MD Now for Chance Comm. However, Billy notes that Lily hasn’t looked him in the eye once since he told her what happened with Summer Newman (Hunter King).

Lily knew about Billy’s past going into this and gets that she should accept he’s no longer that guy. Lily feels she’s being hypocritical since she’s made “extinction-level mistakes.”

Billy recaps how it all went down with Summer and how he got his heart ripped out by Phyllis. In that moment, Billy just wanted revenge and wasn’t thinking about the consequences.

Lily notes that Billy slept with Summer without thinking about the repercussions. It explains a lot according to Lily. She thinks that’s why Billy came to the prison to tell her about Cane Ashby (Daniel Goddard) and Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) kissing.

Billy protests that he felt Lily had a right to know, but Lily thinks Billy felt stabbed in the back again. He didn’t think about Lily’s feelings. Lily thought Cane was her rock while she was locked up, so Billy’s updates really threw her for a loop.

Lily feels like Billy did the same thing with Adam story. This is Billy’s pattern: he gets hurt and attacks without considering what the fallout will be. Billy is ashamed and disgusted over what happened with Summer – but it happened.

Now Billy’s scared that Lily may not trust him and will rethink things between them. “Well, you’re right…I mean, I have,” Lily admits.

Lily knows Billy’s haunted and tormented by his mistakes. She also knows Billy wants her to see the good and the bad in him. Billy’s honest and brave, so Lily admits those are two qualities she’s looking for in a partner – both personally and professionally.

Billy wonders what happens now, so Lily wants to look at where they go from here a couple. She doesn’t want Billy to feel too guarded or like he’s being judged. Lily does warn that the recklessness and carelessness have to stop, so Billy intends to commit to that.

Next, Lily wonders what Billy would change about her. It takes some work, but she convinces him to give her the truth. Billy loves that Lily’s organized, but she has to be more spontaneous. Lily also needs to focus herself more, not just others.

Billy wonders if Lily has to be right all the time. He complains about how Lily always sees right through him, but they keep the tone light and fun.

Billy says there’s one other thing. Lily has this really annoying habit of being out the best in Billy. He doesn’t want to disappoint Lily and that’s what he’s done all his life.

Lily and Billy take some time to celebrate before they take off since they have a half hour. “Well, let the celebration begin,” Lily says with a grin – and Billy grins back.

At Devon Hamilton’s (Bryton James) penthouse, Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan) keeps replaying Naya Benedict (Ptosha Storey) drama. Amanda confesses that Naya called her a mistake and wonders what kind of mother does that.

Amanda also admits she revealed the news about Hilary Curtis Hamilton (Mishael Morgan) passing away. It looked like Naya’s heart broke for the loss of a child she never got to know. After seeing the look in Naya’s eyes, Amanda’s heart kind of broke, too – and she wasn’t expecting that.

On Wednesday’s Young and the Restless spoilers, Amanda admits the whole experience was terrifying and cathartic. She tells Devon how Imani Benedict (Leigh-Ann Rose) came barging in and took her mother back to her old life.

Amanda intends to go back to her old life as well, but Devon thinks that’ll be difficult – perhaps impossible.

Amanda notes that Naya had no regrets and that she went on to get her happily ever after. She had to admire Naya’s honesty and is sure Naya’s doing damage control with Imani right now.

Devon wonders what Amanda wants things to look like in her relationship with her mother. “There is a zero percent chance that I will have any kind of relationship with Naya,” Amanda insists.

Devon recalls how he shut Tucker McCall (Stephen Nichols) out of his life and cut Katherine Chancellor (Jeanne Cooper) out for hiding the truth – at least for a while.

Devon came around later, which allowed him to get great lessons from Katherine. He found common ground with Tucker over music and Tucker’s help finding a specialist to completely restore his hearting.

Devon notes that things can change dramatically and adds that blood runs deep. Amanda doesn’t want to get her hopes up, but Devon wonders what Amanda would like to get out of a relationship with Naya.

Amanda doesn’t know, so Devon asks what seven-year-old Amanda want. Amanda breaks down in tears as she admits she’d want a mother to love her unconditionally.

After Amanda gets stoic again, she argues that it doesn’t matter anymore. Amanda got the answers she needs and doesn’t need anything more. She just wants a happy distraction, so Devon makes Amanda a “world-class omelet.” They shift gears to Billy and Lily getting stuck in a snowstorm on their way to Seattle.

Amanda realizes that Devon has reservations about Lily’s new romance, but she wonders if this is about Billy or just the fact that Devon’s protective of Lily. Devon’s glad Lily’s putting herself out there again, but he fears things could get messy with Billy.

Amanda believes the change in Billy is real and thinks he’s “very serious” about his relationship with Lily.

On Thursday’s Y&R episode, Devon is still with Amanda as she heads back to The Grand Phoenix. Near the door, a man approaches and confirms that she’s Amanda Sinclair. He hands her some legal papers and tells her to consider herself served.

Amanda looks quite taken aback as she turns to an equally surprised Devon.

The Young and the Restless spoilers say Amanda has more Naya drama in her future, so stay tuned to Y&R. CDL will have all the thrilling Young and the Restless spoilers, updates and news you’re looking for, so check back frequently.