The Young and the Restless (CBS Wednesday May 15, 2024)

The Young and the Restless

In the upcoming Wednesday May 15 episode of ‘The Young and the Restless‘ on CBS, Ashley and her alter egos, “Belle” and “Ms. Abbott,” take center stage. “Belle” believes that finding new love is the best way forward for Ashley, but her plans are thwarted when Alan rejects her kiss.

“Ms. Abbott,” on the other hand, is convinced that the only way to protect Ashley is to get rid of Tucker. She persuades “Belle” to join forces with her, arguing that Tucker is the one making Ashley look crazy and that his influence over Alan is strong. “Ms. Abbott” proposes that once Tucker is out of the picture, “Belle” will have a smoother path to winning over Alan.

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The two alters devise a scheme that could spell disaster for Tucker if they succeed. Meanwhile, Tucker demonstrates his loyalty to Devon, helping him thwart Jill’s attempt to give Billy more power within the company. Tucker and Devon are even willing to play dirty to remove Billy from the business entirely. As Tucker and Devon’s relationship strengthens, Tucker comes to Devon’s aid once more, this time against Billy.

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Elsewhere, Audra finds herself waiting impatiently in a suite, only to be paid a visit by Sally while Tucker is away. The two women swap advice, with Sally urging Audra to trust her instincts about Tucker and her own career path. With Sally’s interior design firm facing challenges, she considers a return to the fashion industry, prompting Audra to contemplate a prediction about her own future.

The Young and the Restless airs Wednesday, May 15, 2024, at 12:30 p.m. on CBS.

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