Phyllis/Billy/Summer: The cat and mouse game involving Red (Gina Tognoni), the Abbott playboy (Jason Thompson) and Red's tartlet daughter (Hunter King) moves to new heights. Billy returns from Philly and has a confrontation with Phyllis about whether or not he's messing around with Summer. She fills him in on what Summer had planned for him. Billy attempts to call Summer to set her straight, but Phyllis clues him in on her child's long trip on Jaboat. Billy reassures Phyllis the only woman he wants from the Summers clan is her. He then tells her they should move into the Abbott mansion because it's as much his home as it is his siblings'. When Ashley (Eileen Davidson) and Kyle (Michael Mealor) find out the couple is moving in, they're not thrilled, but change their tune. Both Ash and Kyle realize they can keep an eye on Billy, while Billy sees moving back home as a chance to keep tabs on his big sister and nephew. Watch for Phyllis to be a tad unnerved moving into the Abbott home. She was with Jack (Peter Bergman) the last time she lived there, and she knows Ash is watching her.
Victoria: The Newman (Amelia Heinle) heiress is still having a tough time with the fallout from J.T.'s (Thad Luckinbill) verbal and physical abuse, and his death. Victoria's mother Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) sees her child is not dealing with what happened and is worried about her mental health. Victoria brushes off Nikki's concerns and maintains she's fine. Later, Victoria makes a slip up prompting Nikki to go into mama bear mode to control the situation. Will Victoria crack?
Abby: The Newman/Abbott hybrid (Melissa Ordway) has a showdown with Rey (Jordi Vilasuso).
Devon: The brooding billionaire (Bryton James) isn't budging on his stance regarding Lily, and her role in Hilary's (Mishael Morgan) and their unborn child's deaths.