‘Young And Restless’ Spoilers: Dylan And Victoria Make Big Decisions As Families Gather For Thanksgiving [Updated]

The Young and the Restless spoilers for Wednesday’s episode reveal that there will be some wild moments as awkward family interactions play out during the Thanksgiving holiday. Billy is trying to smooth things over with Jack, Victoria is considering Travis’ proposal, and Sharon and Dylan are struggling over the loss of Christian Where are things headed in the November 23 show?

Billy went to the Abbott cabin at Phyllis’ insistence, set to smooth things over with his brother. The Young and the Restless spoilers from SheKnows Soaps detail that Jack will be resistant to Billy’s attempts to patch things up, and while the two men do spend some time together, their reunion does not last long. Billy will urge Jack to forgive Phyllis, but Jack can’t help but picture his brother and his wife at the cabin together. Back at Crimson Lights where the crew is feeding the homeless, Jill and Phyllis continue to bicker. Phyllis insists that she loves Jack, and it sounds as if Jill comes around a bit to believe her.

Soap Central teases that there will be quite a bit related to the Newmans in this episode, as Dylan and Sharon cope with losing Christian and face seeing Nick, Chelsea, Nikki, and the rest of the family. Nikki will invite Dylan to join the family at the ranch, but he will indicate that he has other plans with Sharon. The Young and the Restless spoilers detail that there will be more bickering between the two women and eventually Sharon and Dylan head to the penthouse where a separate group is gathering for the holiday.

Paul, Christine, Chloe, Kevin, Bella, Michael, and Lauren will gather at Chelsea’s penthouse and soon Sharon and Dylan arrive to spend the day there as well. The Young and the Restless spoilers reveal that there will be some difficult and awkward moments as Chelsea, Nick, and Christian leave just as Sharon and Dylan arrive. Chelsea and Connor are headed to the Newman ranch with Nick and Christian, and Mariah ends up in the mix of things at the penthouse too.

Mariah will insist to Lauren that she is happy for Kevin and Chloe, and things get intense when Michael and Sharon talk about the possibility of her fighting for visitation of Christian and Dylan hears the discussion. Dylan will end up leaving, and Young and Restless spoilers note that Sharon will plead with Chloe to ask Chelsea to push Nick to allow visitation with Christian. Chloe is in an awkward position with this request, but she says that she will try if the opportunity arises.


Abby, Summer, and Faith join Victor, Nikki, Nick, Chelsea, and the boys at the Newman ranch for their Thanksgiving gathering. Victoria and Travis will be there, and Young and Restless spoilers indicate that Abby will urge Victoria to accept Travis’ proposal. As the family gathering plays out, Victoria announces that she will marry Travis. Victor raises an eyebrow at not having been consulted and Nick jokes about how brave Travis is to throw himself into the family.

Billy will soon arrive to pick up the kids and learn that Victoria accepted Travis’ proposal and he graciously congratulates her. The Young and the Restless spoilers note that Dylan soon shows up as well, looking to talk to Nick. He will leave Newman a bit stunned when he says that he is going to sue for visitation with Christian. Jack is said to return to town and run into Phyllis, and she convinces him to join her back at Crimson Lights to serve more meals. The two will apparently share some smiles as they work side-by-side, perhaps opening the door slightly for their relationship to improve.

Can Jack and Billy repair their relationship and which man will Phyllis end up with when all of the dust settles? What comes next for Nick and Christian now that Sharon and Dylan have decided to fight for visitation? There are no new episodes airing on Thursday or Friday this week due to Thanksgiving, but The Young and the Restless spoilers hint that there is a great deal more drama on the way and fans will not want to miss where things head next.


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