'The Young and The Restless' spoilers: Can Phyllis handle Billy's gambling and lies?
Friday's episode is definitely going to be a nail-biter, with Billy's gambling addiction coming to the forefront and Jack moving back into the Abbott mansion.
The upcoming episode of ‘The Young and The Restless’ is going to be one that you do not want to miss, especially with Phyllis’ (portrayed by Gina Tognoni) response to Billy’s (portrayed by Jason Thompson) looming over all of us. We know that Billy doesn’t need an enabler for his gambling addiction right now, but that is exactly what Phyllis had turned into by agreeing to his request of going along with him to a high-stakes poker game.
As fans saw, Billy had been lying through his teeth until the Thursday’s episode, when he finally told Phyllis what he has really been up to. He is high on his own success that was the result of sheer luck. Jaboutiques is just beginning of his upward curve, he believes.
We saw him beg and plead with Sinead (portrayed by Lira Kellerman) into getting him a seat at the poker game. Unfortunately for him, this is all a set-up by Kyle (portrayed by Michael Mealor). Billy’s fate on ‘The Young and The Restless’ definitely is sealed, and it looks like he is going to take Phyllis down with him.
Phyllis, who sees nothing wrong in Billy’s new passion, meanwhile, is hit by jealousy. Much like Billy, she too is unaware of Sinead’s true intentions and gets upset about the sexy new threat’s apparent closeness with her man.
Jack (portrayed by Peter Bergman), on the other hand, is all about getting to the bottom of the biggest mystery of his life – who is his father – and it seems like Dina (portrayed by Marla Adams), who is one of the few people who knows the answer, is deflecting. Having seen no other option, Jack has moved into the Abbott Mansion.
Meanwhile, Lily (portrayed by Christel Khalil) has just spent her first night in jail and has some long days and nights away from her family in front of her. It remains to be seen if her relationship with Cane (portrayed by Daniel Goddard) will survive 12 months apart.
Don’t forget to watch the latest episode of ‘The Young and The Restless’ via CBS on Friday. Check your local listings for airtimes.