The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Week of September 20 – Jack’s Standalone Phyllis Special – Chloe Lights Chelsea’s Fire

The Young and the Restless Spoilers: Week of September 20 – Jack’s Standalone Phyllis Special – Chloe Lights Chelsea's Fire

The Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers for the week of September 20-24 tease that Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) will get a standalone Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) special episode while Chloe Mitchell (Elizabeth Hendrickson) sounds the Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) alarm to Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan).

First, Sharon Rosales (Sharon Case) will rush to her own defense – perhaps after revealing the latest Connor Newman (Judah Mackey) drama to someone.

Sharon might open up to a character like Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) about Connor acting like Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) always puts her first.

If Nick or somebody else argues that Connor has a point, Sharon might feel the need to defend her friendship with Adam and insist she was only trying to help Connor.

As for Chloe, she’ll get in touch with Chelsea about a different woman in Adam’s life.

Chloe is becoming increasingly concerned about Sally’s interest in Adam, so she’ll deliver a warning to Chelsea. Although Chloe doesn’t want Chelsea with Adam either, she may feel like they have to find a way to make sure Sally keeps her distance.

Next, Y&R spoilers say Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) and Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan) will make a big decision as a couple.

That should involve Amanda moving in the penthouse and taking a huge step forward in their relationship based on the new weekly promo.

Over with Mariah Copeland (Camryn Grimes), she’ll catch Tessa Porter (Cait Fairbanks) off guard by suggesting they should have a baby of their own.

It’s clearly too soon to be having that discussion, so Tessa will no doubt try to delay the idea until they’re more prepared to start a family.

Mariah will also change her mind about something, so that could mean she’ll go from taking a step back from Dominic Newman-Abbott-Chancellor to deciding she couldn’t possibly stay away.

Whatever the case, Mariah’s erratic behavior will leave her loved ones worried about how much she’s struggling over all the baby drama.

In the meantime, Jack will get a special standalone episode as he mulls over whether Phyllis is truly the only woman for him.

Afterward, Phyllis will have a tricky conversation with Nick about her connection to Jack, so that could get uncomfortable considering Jack recently professed his undying love.

There are two options here since Phyllis can either come clean to Nick or hide the truth and let the secret create issues between them. Neither option is a good one, so “Phick” should keep crumbling bit by bit.

Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) will also battle suspicions regarding Phyllis, so she may think Nick has a reason to question her loyalty. Of course, Victoria should really be worried about Ashland Locke (Richard Burgi) and his own shortcomings.

Ashland’s history will continue to haunt him as a lawyer named Jesse Gaines (Jamison Jones) appears and demands money to keep quiet.

Jesse is the person behind the mysterious text messages and will want $3 million if Ashland expects his silence – and he’ll want it before the day concludes.

While Ashland gets blackmailed, Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) will keep working hard to expose the full story of Ashland’s past. Billy could take another step in the right direction since he’ll uncover some unexpected info along with Lily Winters (Christel Khalil).

Later, Billy will have a generous proposal to make – maybe as he tries to unlock the final secrets of this Ashland puzzle.

As for Victor Newman (Eric Braeden), he’ll take charge of a situation. Victor may get a whiff of Ashland’s blackmail dilemma and decide to handle it himself one way or another!

The Young and the Restless spoilers say some bombs are set to drop in Genoa City, so stay tuned. CDL will have other terrific Young and the Restless spoilers, news and updates to read up on, so pop back in soon.

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