‘The Young And The Restless’ Schedule Notes And Spoilers: Dylan Prepares To Fight And Victoria Pushes Billy And Travis For The Truth
Things have been very juicy this week on The Young and the Restless and spoilers tease that there is plenty more drama on the way. There were some tense moments as people gathered throughout Genoa City for Thanksgiving and some big announcements were made. There are no new episodes coming on either Thursday or Friday due to the holiday and sports coverage, but there are some teasers available regarding where things are headed during the week of November 28.
Victoria surprised everybody by announcing that she would be marrying Travis, and this is going to set the stage for a big shocker regarding his fling with Michelle. Billy wished her well when he learned that she accepted the proposal, but Young and Restless spoilers detail that he may decide that he cannot keep the truth from her after all.
Previews show Victoria and Billy having a tense conversation where she pushes him to tell her whatever it is that he is holding back. He has said that he just wants her to be happy, even if that means being with Travis. However, it seems unlikely that Billy will be able to watch her tie the knot knowing that her fiance cheated on her.
Will Billy reveal everything that he knows? The Young and the Restless spoilers hint that Victoria will confront Travis, pushing him to come clean, but viewers will have to tune in to see if he dances around the truth again or admits that he cheated with Michelle. Will Travis be able to smooth things over once again, or could the door be opening for yet another reunion between Billy and Victoria?
SheKnows Soaps reveals Young and Restless spoilers indicating that Victoria will let Jill and Billy know that she is planning to have her wedding take place near Christmas. Could it be that this short engagement period is what propels Billy to open up about what he knows? In addition, Victor will be throwing his weight around a bit in the wake of the engagement news, seemingly needling Travis that he perhaps shouldn’t get too used to the idea of being Victoria’s husband.
Travis: What is it you want from me?
Victoria: I want the truth.
THEYRE ENDING AND IM NOT READY 😭 #Tricky #YR pic.twitter.com/WC1zmsC3nf
— LΞX✧✦ (@fyeahGH) November 23, 2016
Dylan and Sharon have been reeling ever since the truth about Christian was exposed and Dylan decided that he wants to fight Nick for visitation of the little boy. The Young and the Restless spoilers note that this will set the stage for fierce battles and everybody can expect a fresh confrontation between Sharon and Nikki soon as they argue over how these lies have impacted Dylan, Nick, and Christian.
The Young and the Restless spoilers detail that Michael will talk with Dylan about the visitation battle, and he will note that Dylan’s chances of a win are likely better if Sharon is not involved. There are hints that he could cast his wife aside in order to stay connected to the little boy, but ultimately, it is known that Steve Burton will be leaving the role quite soon and it seems likely that Dylan will end up leaving Genoa City alone after all of this heartbreak.
Dylan: "I just want you to know I'm suing you for visitation!" #YR #WednesdayCliffhanger pic.twitter.com/PlR3C51mz3
— KingMinos777 (@KingMinos777) November 23, 2016
The latest Young and Restless spoilers from the show via Twitter share that an epic battle begins during the week of November 28 and lies will be exposed. The battle surely refers to the fight over visitation with Christian, and it certainly sounds as if Victoria may learn the full truth about her fiance’s betrayal.
Will Nick soften and decide to give Dylan and Sharon some access to Christian? Will Billy tell Victoria everything he knows, or just enough to propel her to push Travis to come clean? Can they find a way to move forward despite this betrayal? Viewers will have to wait for answers until after this short Thanksgiving break, but The Young and the Restless spoilers tease that the payoff will be worth the wait.
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