The Young And The Restless Spoilers August 7 – 9.
Avery assures Nick and Phyllis that if Billy ignores the gag order, she’ll have his reality show and Restless Style shut down immediately. Though Billy promises Victoria he won’t mention her father, Sharon or any wedding stuff on his show, once live, Abby brings them all up. Billy scoffs then brings up Phyllis and teases about some upcoming dirt he’ll deliver… Victoria confronts Billy and asks how far he’ll go to make his show a success. He promises again not to go after Victor or Nick. Later, Billy finds everyone leaving, reminds them they have a show to shoot and demands to know what’s going on. Whatever it is doesn’t stop him… Billy’s next story really riles Phyllis, who better watch out because Billy isn’t done looking into her past. Phyllis also has Tim to deal with and feels as though she has no choice but to do what he asks.
After Sharon admits to Tucker that she crashed Jack and Nikki’s wedding, he wonders what else she did that night. Sharon makes her rounds fighting with those from Victor’s family. After she and Abby get into it, someone toys with Sharon further. Sharon’s troubles are far from over… Victor’s disappearance leads to more issues between her and Nikki.
While preparing for their own website launch, Adam and Kevin find out a website similar to theirs is launching the very next day. Kevin suggests they launch their site right now – before the competition. Everyone looks on as Kevin launches the site. Meanwhile, Jack handles his business as he sees fit and warns Cane that there are going to be some changes at Jabot.
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