Tuesday’s The Young and the Restless opened with Joshua Morrow reflecting on Nick, his family and loves Phyllis (Michelle Stafford), Sharon (Sharon Case) and Avery (Jessica Collins). Every time I see clips from Cassie’s (Camryn Grimes) death, I still get a bit choked up.
Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) tried to convince Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) she should find another man to hide the truth about her baby from Adam (Michael Muhney). Chelsea informed Chloe she was legit now, but did lament that a good fake man is hard to find. After Chloe left, Dylan (Steve Burton) stopped at the table to chat with Chelsea. I’m not sure what to think about the obvious Dylan and Chelsea chemistry test going on.
Cane (Daniel Goddard) and Lily (Christel Khalil) shared a romantic moment, which should make Lane fans happy.
Nick continued to insist Avery go to the police, but she was determined to pursue her own path.
Leslie (Angell Conwell) confronted Congressman Wheeler (Mark Pinter) about the call she received from her father. Then, she visited her brother Tyler (Redaric Williams), who said he wasn’t running again. After, Leslie went to Avery and asked for her help in setting up a meeting with her father.
Both Neil (Kristoff St. John) and Nick went to Victor (Eric Braeden) and questioned him about Congressman Wheeler.
The Young and the Restless Question of the Day: Who is the love of Nick’s life?
NOTE: At least half of The Young and the Restless was pre-empted by coverage of a Papal vote.