The Thursday, June 8 episode of The Young and the Restless promises electrifying tension as focus shifts to Juliet’s lawsuit. There may also be some necessary, but unsettling confrontations and a whole lot of damage control. Cane and Lily are set to have an explosive conversation about his one-night stand. Victoria isn’t going anywhere, and Jordan is trying to figure out why Juliet decided to sue.
The Young and the Restless spoilers reveal that Cane (Daniel Goddard) is on a mission to convince Lily (Christel Khalil) that his trip to Tokyo with Juliet (Laur Allen) was completely platonic and nothing untoward happened. In his version, he maintains that the two of them merely went out to celebrate, and Lily decides that she’ll trust him…for now.
But Cane remembers what happened that night and is keeping it from Lily, which is not an ideal move on his part. The women in his life always seem to fall for it because they find him irresistible. Hopefully, Juliet merely misunderstood Cane’s strictly professional demeanor as a form of flirtation.
Meanwhile, Hilary (Mishael Morgan) wants to spill what she knows. Jordan (Darnell Kirkwood) will try to convince Hillary not to say anything, but she is determined to tell the truth about her rival. But Lily will not take it lying down, and the two will certainly have a dramatic face-off.
Jordan (Darnell Kirkwood) believes the sexual harassment suit is a terrible idea and he wants to get to the bottom of who advised Juliet to go ahead with it in the first place. Hilary may be able to help enlighten him, right?
However, Hilary will be out of the picture long enough for Jordan and Lily to discuss the situation. Lily is convinced Cane is innocent and Jordan is worried Cane might lose the case.
According to Celebrity Dirty Laundry, over at Brash and Sassy Victoria (Amelia Heinle) is going to confide in Michael (Christian LeBlanc) to tell him that refuses to settle the case. She is convinced Juliet is looking to get rich quick and is not going to fall for it. Considering that Victoria is wealthy enough to throw money at the lawsuit, it seems odd that she doesn’t want to settle. However, she is wary of admitting Cane’s guilt if she were to pay out.
Michael tries to involve Victoria in his defense strategy, but Victoria is possibly backing herself into a corner.
Elsewhere, Cane and Michael will meet up, and Cane will once more have to tell Michael that he is innocent of the charges Juliet brought against him. According to Cane, they got drunk in Tokyo, and Juliet merely accompanied him to his room. Cane decides to lie to Michael and tells him that his evening with Juliet ended at his hotel room door. Michael is not convinced that Cane will want to testify to that.
Over at The Underground, Noah (Robert Adamson) and Mariah (Camryn Grimes) will try to guide Tessa (Cait Fairbanks) to a place of surety. The offer from Devon’s (Bryton James) company is an opportunity they can’t refuse.
The rest of The Young and the Restless residents of Genoa City are involved in separate intrigues. Reed (Tristan Lake Leabu) is going to bond with Mattie (Lexie Stevenson) at the end of his performance, but Mattie won’t stay for very long.
Other The Young and the Restless spoilers hint that Jack (Peter Bergman) and Ashley (Eileen Davidson) will team up to find out what’s behind Graham’s (Max Shippee) odd behavior. Jack is in agreement that something suspicious is going on and his is concerned for his mother. Will Jack discover some shocking things?
In the meantime, Graham is going to take some flowers to Dina’s (Marla Adams) suite in an attempt to offer her an apology. Dina decides she is going to leave with Graham, but Jack and Ashley arrive later to beg her not to. Jack wants Graham to go to Paris on his own. Dina will have heated words with her son, raising more red flags for The Young and the Restless’ Abbott family.
Abby (Melissa Ordway) will confide in Dina that she is developing feelings for her business partner, Zack (Ryan Ashton). Dina doesn’t seem to think it’s a problem and tell Abby that it’s perfectly okay to explore romantic possibilities.
Remember that The Young and the Restless might not air today because of CBS’s coverage of James Comey’s Senate hearing.
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