‘The Young And The Restless’ Spoilers: Noah’s Trial Begins, An Engagement Shocks Genoa City, And Jack And Phyllis At Odds About Victor

The Young and the Restless spoilers tease the audience with a week full of drama, deceit, and surprises in Genoa City. Noah Newman’s (Robert Adamson) trial begins, and Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) will face-off against Judge Moxley (Jensen Buchanan) in an attempt to blackmail her into going easy on her grandson. Noah shocks his family by announcing that he plans to marry Marisa (Sofia Pernas). No one is happy with his tie to her because she seems to be hiding more secrets from him. As Victor’s trial approaches, Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) notices that Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) has become obsessed with his conviction. It scares him and drives a wedge between them.

Soap Central previews that Noah’s trial will be underway this week, and it may hit a snag that no one sees coming. Apparently, Judge Moxley is not keen on being placed on the hot seat and refuses to hand a light sentence to Noah. Nikki nudges her, revealing they had a deal, so she better hold her end of it.

The Young and the Restless spoilers indicate that Leslie (Angell Conwell) returns as his attorney and tries to talk sense to Noah before he does something stupid. Noah asks her to delay his trial because [he] wants to marry Marisa before his trial. Leslie carefully points out if he was trying to protect Marisa from testifying against him, it wasn’t going to help his case; he confessed to the crime. According to The Young and the Restless spoilers, Leslie thinks his best chance at a light sentence is to plea guilty and pray the judge sees he’s doing the right thing. Noah is not interested in spending any time apart from Marisa.

The Young and the Restless promo shows that Jack is considering leaving Phyllis for fear of the destruction her plot could wreck on the Abbott’s lives. He loves her; however, Jack wonders if it is enough. Billy worries that he pushed Phyllis too far, and is the reason his brother’s marriage is falling apart. Phyllis tells him that it wasn’t his fault because her marriage to Jack had problems with the plot against Victor started.

According to Celeb Dirty Laundry, Jack infuriates both Billy and Phyllis when he decides to pass on the passkey project. Phyllis doesn’t understand why he’d pass on such a lucrative project. As he explains to her, he feared that it could have a legal issue and didn’t want to bring any more trouble to Jabot. Even though Victor passed on the project, Jack worries he has some sort of claim to the project. Phyllis refuses to listen to him, and states she will launch it on her own, with Billy’s help!

Soap Central reports that Phyllis tells Billy that there is a concern that Jack may tell Adam (Justin Hartley) that they convinced Natalie (Mara McCaffray) to give Victor a defective program and give up Phyllis as the person who kidnapped him. Phyllis doesn’t understand why Jack feels a connection to Adam; however, she warns Billy to be on the lookout for any signs that Adam knows about the passkey and kidnapping schemes.

The Young and the Restless spoilers reveal that Cane (Daniel Goddard) and Lily (Christel Khalil) Ashby come to terms and an agreement about their marriage. Lately, they have been getting along great, so it is speculated that they will agree to give their marriage one more try. There aren’t any clues of any trouble between the once happy couple.

Other The Young and the Restless spoilers tease that Shawn (Devon Martinez) will tell Sage Newman (Kelly Sullivan) that her apartment was broken into, and was scared to stay there. Of course, Sage jumped at the chance for her to move in with her until Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) objected. Nick was worried how Shawn would handle being so close to them after the baby was born. Apparently, Nick is worried that either Shawn is scamming them with no real plans to give her baby to them or worried that it won’t work out despite Sage’s efforts.

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