The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Week of December 27 – Chance & Adam’s Unfinished Business – Chelsea Threatens Sally

The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Week of December 27 – Chance & Adam’s Unfinished Business – Chelsea Threatens Sally

The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers for the week of December 27-31 tease that Chance Chancellor (Conner Floyd) and Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) will tie up a loose end while Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan) threatens Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope). Billy Abbott’s (Jason Thompson) true gamble is also just around the corner, so he’ll take a real risk along with Lily Winters (Christel Khalil).

For starters, there’ll be some business left for Chance and Adam to settle. That could be as simple as Adam and Chance rehashing the past.

They may acknowledge that they’ve saved each other’s lives on separate occasions and hope to renew their friendship, especially now that Adam’s on a better path.

Chance could certainly use a friend, so let’s hope Adam can be a good one. In the meantime, Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) will have a big decision to mull over.

Y&R spoilers say Devon will get some guidance from Nate Hastings (Sean Dominic) before giving Chance and Abby Newman-Abbott-Chancellor some shocking news.

It sounds like Devon will move forward with Amanda Sinclair’s (Mishael Morgan) idea to ask for some special one-on-one time with Dominic Newman-Abbott-Chancellor.

Abby may assure Devon that would be fine, but Chance could find himself feeling even more disconnected from the baby.

This may serve as another example of Devon’s bond with Dominic and make Chance wonder if he can ever catch up.

Will Chance object to Devon and Dominic’s one-on-one time? Whether Chance voices his concerns to Abby or just sulks on his own, Devon’s request probably won’t go over well.

Next, Ashland Newman-Locke (Richard Burgi) will get his next round of test results.

Ashland will have some health updates to pass along, so we’ll see if that experimental treatment has continued to work.

Ashland will surprise Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) and Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) with his latest info while Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes) and Tessa Porter (Cait Fairbanks) deliver their own shocker.

Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case) will be on the receiving end of that bombshell, which will no doubt involve Tessa and Mariah’s decision to start a family.

Kevin Fisher (Greg Rikaart) and Chloe Mitchell (Elizabeth Hendrickson) will also work out a New Year’s resolution while Elena Dawson (Brytni Sarpy) prepares for a new beginning.

Elena is set to move in with Nate, so we’ll see how cohabitating goes for them once 2022 gets underway.

Until then, Victoria Newman-Locke (Amelia Heinle) will call Billy out on whatever stunt he’s trying to pull.

It looks like Victoria will finally see right through Billy’s fake downward spiral, so Billy and Lily will make a risky deal that’ll perhaps involve Victoria’s silence.

Lily and Billy may have to trust Victoria not to tell Adam and Victor about the big plan, but that’ll mean taking a genuine gamble.

As for Chelsea, she’ll leave Sally out of her next strategy session with Chloe.

Chelsea will also make something crystal clear to Sally, so that could easily involve a threat regarding Adam and even the fashion platform.

Lauren Baldwin (Tracey E. Bregman) will feel the need to take charge of a situation, so we’ll see if that involves Sally or potentially Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) and Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford).

Back with Chelsea, she’ll have a confession to make as New Year’s Eve winds down in Genoa City.

Chelsea will come clean to Adam, so she may share what’s in her heart and possibly even steal a midnight kiss.

There’ll be some gripping drama going on, but keep in mind that Y&R will be preempted on Friday, December 31.

The Young and the Restless spoilers say there’ll be some heated confrontations and stunning admissions in the coming episodes, so stay tuned.

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