CBS ‘The Young and the Restless’ (Y&R) spoilers finds that with COVID-19 sweeping the nation producers are airing some older episodes of Y&R to keep us all tuned in to our favourite daytime drama. This week, Bryton James has introduced a classic episode that Katherine Chancellor (Jeanne Cooper) is in centre stage in.
Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) gets in a heated debate with Daniel Romalotti (Michael Grazadriel) when he insists on knowing the truth about whether Danny Romalotti (Michael Damien) knows that he isn’t his biological father. Phyllis says that Danny knows the truth and that the whole lie was conjured purely because Christine Blair (Lauralee Bell) and Danny requested it.
CBS ‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers: Classic Episode Reignites
Phyllis adamantly blames Christine while Daniel asks who his real father is. Phyllis explains that she went with the plan because she knew that Danny would be an excellent father, and Daniel’s biological father never truly wanted children. Unfortunately, Chris ruined everything.
Katherine Chancellor is amid an intervention partner, despite her reluctance to get clean. She’s a raging alcoholic, and she’s hurting her family. Lauren claims that the person they love has disappeared and that she is afraid to lose her.
At Jabot, there seems to be a whole lot of drama – very separate from that of present-day Theo Vanderway (Tyler Johnson) versus Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor). Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) has pitched Jabot and Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman is having none of it. The two Y&R veterans are in their quarrel – and still have quite some time before they will reach any conclusion.
Devon Hamilton (Bryton James) is going to bat with Drucilla Winters (Victoria Rowell). We almost forgot that Devon was a rotten egg at first – it seems as if he had been nothing but the good guy for so long. However, at this point, Devon was stealing, and Dru wanted him far away from the family. Y&R says that they will be airing more episodes of Katherine’s intervention series coming up. What do you think of these throwbacks?