The Young and the Restless Spoilers Next 2 Weeks: Diane’s LA Mystery Man – Sally Pushed to Limit – Jack Suspects Kyle’s Mom

The Young and the Restless Spoilers Next 2 Weeks: Diane’s LA Mystery Man – Sally Pushed to Limit – Jack Suspects Kyle’s Mom

The Young and the Restless (Y&R) for the next two weeks, October 10 to October 21, tease that Diane Jenkins (Susan Walters) has another LA mystery man who’ll be part of her story. Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) will also get pushed to her limit while Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) suspects Kyle Abbott’s (Michael Mealor) mom is still plotting.

During the week of October 10-14, Tucker McCall (Trevor St. John) will make a big speech and try to show Ashley Abbott (Eileen Davidson) that he’s changed.

Ashley will struggle to believe Tucker has genuinely turned his life around, but she could have an incentive to keep him close.

Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) and Nikki Newman (Melody Thomas Scott) will push Ashley to use Tucker’s obsession with her and try to score Diane intel.

This could be the perfect opportunity to take Diane down, so Ashley may cave in.

Over with Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson), he just won’t feel fulfilled in his COO career.

Billy will confess to Lily Winters (Christel Khalil), but he won’t really know what’s missing in his life or what path he should head down next.

Later, Lily will urge Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) to take a gamble in the boardroom.

Devon may be reluctant to move forward with the IPO quicker than planned, but Nate Hastings (Sean Dominic) will push for this as part of his plan.

Before the paperwork can be filed, Elena Dawson (Brytni Sarpy) will rush into the meeting with an announcement to make.

Although Elena may be tempted to expose Nate’s plot, she might back out and just try to delay it.

Nate will push Elena to give their relationship another shot in the aftermath, but it’ll be hard since she doesn’t recognize him anymore.

Other Y&R spoilers say Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) will convince Michael Baldwin (Christian LeBlanc) to dig into Tucker’s past while Kyle suspects Diane is hiding something.

Tucker will try to stand by a new promise not to hurt Ashley, but is that a promise he can truly keep?

Regardless, Jack will have concerns about Ashley getting too close to Tucker and will question her about her own agenda.

Next, Billy will rip into Chelsea Lawson (Melissa Claire Egan) for ambushing Johnny Abbott (Paxton Mishkind) in the park and plotting to do it again.

Billy will try to enforce boundaries, but Chelsea will remain mentally fragile and will lash out since she thinks she knows best.

As for Adam Newman (Mark Grossman), he’ll crash Sally and Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) special dinner.

Sally’s date with Nick will go awry and will seemingly result in Adam trying to hijack Nick’s spot for himself.

Later, Nick will grill Sally about Adam and her lingering feelings for him.

The week of October 17-21 will lead to Sally walking away from a situation she’d rather not be in.

That could mean Sally will swear off one or both brothers, but there’s also a chance she’ll just get fed up with a conversation and storm out.

Either way, Sally will likely cool off and remain drawn to the Newman men.

Jill Abbott (Jess Walton) will also have a goal in mind, so that should tie in with the IPO launch and keeping Tucker’s threat at bay.

Nikki will find ways to get under Tucker’s skin, so that might be part of the plan to use Ashley.

The idea here may be to rile Tucker up so Ashley can swoop in as a confidant.

Regardless, Jack will grow increasingly worried about the secrets Diane might still be hiding.

We’ll see Jack deal with some dangerous suspicions as Diane worries things are about to blow up.

On October 21, James Hyde will debut in the role of Jeremy Stark, so he could play a role in sinking Diane since he’s tied to her time away.

The Young and the Restless spoilers say the next two weeks will bring some GC bombshells, so stay tuned.

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