The Young and the Restless spoilers for the Wednesday June 6, 2018 episode of the CBS sudser tease that Hurricane Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) is about to blow Hurricane Summer right out of the water; It’s shaping up to be a hot, torrid summer in Genoa City, fans!
Wednesday Phyllis lays down the law with her newly returned jailbird daughter. It didn’t help that the blond vixen interrupted her mom in the act with Billy (Jason Thompson) but it seems that Summer returned with a chip on her shoulder as well as a secret or three.
At the very least she’s now boy crazy and wasted no time giving her eyes a workout sizing up all the beefcake on display at the GCAC. Phyllis has no time for delinquency, so she draws a hard line with Summer, who wants none of it.
Meanwhile, after Farah (Erika Jayne) the flirty realtor got caught in a three way bidding war om Monday for Chelsea’s old penthouse apartment, look for Erika Girardi to make another star turn on Wednesday. She may have a buyer, and it looks like crafty Neil (Kristoff St. John) is the one with the inside edge on her real estate!
This makes sense as Hilary (Mishael Morgan) looks set to move on, and in, with Devon, while Jack (Peter Bergman) really belongs at the Abbott mansion.
Speaking of Hevon, they continue their tiptoe dance around possible romance. Spoilers indicate that the young billionaire isn’t quite ready to let Hilary have her way! What sneaky maneuver does he pull in order to keep her guessing?
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The Young and the Restless airs weekdays during the day on CBS and in the evening on PopTV.
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