The Young And The Restless Spoilers April 20 – 23.
Since Daniel refuses to raise Lucy with her, Daisy plans to take their daughter away from him – with Ricky’s help. He assures Daisy that by the end of the night, she’ll be well on her way to having full custody of her daughter. At Crimson Lights, Daniel turns away for one second then notices Lucy is gone. He calls the police then Nick and Phyllis, who have just made love. Driving away, Ricky hands Lucy a cookie and tells her, “Just a little while longer.” Later, Ricky brings Lucy back to Daniel, claiming he saw her outside. As Ricky tells Daisy that she’s ‘good to go’, Phyllis thinks it was more than a coincidence that the incident happened a day before Daniel’s court hearing.
Victor and Nikki have it out yet again. He chastises her for falling back into old habits. Nikki counters that she hasn’t touched a drink, but Victor makes it clear he is referring to Jack Abbott! After they both take off on separate horse rides, Nikki returns injured. Victor inspects her ankle and calls her stubborn. He also admits that he wants to be with Nikki.
Two Genoa City residents act on their feelings… Cane tells Lily that he thinks there’s a spark between Neil and Harmony. Though Lily assures Cane that Neil is committed to Sofia and Moses, Neil and Harmony kiss!
Come Monday… Victor thinks the judge is going to hold something against Daniel. Nick begs Victor to do whatever he can to help! Daniel is forced to admit to the judge that he and Lucy were separated while she was in his custody. When Phyllis fires Ricky, he wonders what he did to warrant it.
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