The Young and the Restless News February 12, 2024


Y&R Weekly Preview: Awkward Moments & Serious Worries

Things are a bit tense In Genoa City this week.

The Young and the Restless for February 12-16, 2014, shows that a Genoa City business finds itself in a serious bind as one parent is hit with unpleasant news, while other parents are having a tense encounter with their kid.

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Sally (Courtney Hope) has some negative reports concerning Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson). It appears that things aren’t going well for their interior design company. They could lose everything they’ve worked hard for. This is particularly bad for Chloe because she left Marchetti in which she was working alongside Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) to join forces with Sally. In addition, Sally’s primary investor was her ex-partner, Nick (Joshua Morrow) which makes things more complicated for Sally.

In the case of Chelsea her work, it seems to be going smoothly for her, the things regarding Connor (Judah Mackey) aren’t so good. Chelsea recently learned that he was experiencing issues with his learning with his current school. For Chelsea the situation was much worse than she thought. Can Billy (Jason Thompson) be able to calm her?

In the end, Chance (Conner Floyd) and Summer (Allison Lanier) are on a date and her parents show up. Chance invites them to join her and, while Phyllis (Michelle Stafford) appears to be a bit hesitant, Nick knows better. He insists they don’t be part of the couple that is newly formed and that should make Summer very happy.

At last, Cole (J. Eddie Peck) recognizes that there’s something wrong and he’s a little worried about Victoria (Amelia Heinle). Unexpectedly, the culprit is Victor (Eric Braeden) who is causing her to be upset. She let Cole know that he’s gone a bit far, just like he has always however, what exactly that he’s crossed the limit with? There is a myriad of possibilities at the moment.


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