Young And The Restless Spoilers For The Week (June 1, 2020)Published on May 29, 2020.
Calling all Young and the Restless (Y&R) fans! Wondering what’s on tap for the week that’s approaching? As audiences wait for new episodes to come down the pipe, at some point once restrictions are lifted, the good news is that viewers do get to relive some of the most classic episodes that daytime drama can stir up. Learn more about what the Y&R has planned for the week of June 1, 2020 down below.
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9. What’s The Theme This Week?
As a vital family within the land of Genoa City, Y&R’s theme week come June 1 will focus on the Abbott clan! From bitter feuds to sibling rivalries, corporate takeovers, tender moments, secrets shared (plus exposed), and so much more, take a walk down memory lane and revisit some of the more special episodes, as the show dedicates five days to this important Y&R family.
8. Living With The Abbotts
It’s all about the Abbotts next week, with shows that will spotlight family drama surrounding Jack (played by Peter Bergman), Ashley (Eileen Davidson), Traci (Beth Maitland), Billy (Jason Thompson), Kyle (Michael Mealor), as well as matriarch Dina (Marla Adams). Fans will also be happy to hear that John Abbott will also be featured a couple of times next week, played by beloved actor Jerry Douglas.
7. Over The Years
Episodes during the “Abbott Family” theme week will date back as far as 1991 and as recent as 2019, and feature not only the Abbotts but characters that are connected to the family through marriage (or friendship), including Brad Carlton (played by Don Diamont), Katherine Chancellor (played by the late and great Jeanne Cooper), Jill Abbott (Jess Walton), as well as Phyllis (Michelle Stafford).
6. Brad and Traci’s Wedding
Travel back in time to the day when Brad and Traci said their “I do’s” in front of friends and family! This episode, which originally aired on January 11, 1991, will also profile Dina and Kay scheming against Jill while poor Nikki will struggle with her drinking problem. While some things do change in Genoa City, a lot can also stay the same!
5. John Abbott Regains Control of Jabot
Originally airing on September 17, 1999, Y&R revisits a classic episode where John Abbott regains control of the Jabot reigns, and Jack feels content to revel in his own successes. Ashley will also be showcased, as she and the Moustache decide to make amends. Remember when these two were “a thing”?
4. Jack Proposes to Phyllis
Wednesday’s episode features a classic, circa September 10, 2001, where Jack gets down on one knee and asks Phyllis to be his wife (spoiler alert … she says yes). In other Y&R flashback drama for the day, sibling rivalry goes to the next level when tensions heighten between Ash and Traci.
3. A Tearjerker
Grab the tissue box and a pint of ice cream because Thursday’s show is sure to be a real tear-jerker. June 4th episode will bring out the ugly cry in all of us, as the Abbotts mourn the loss of their dad, John. Originally airing on August 24, 2006, even though it’s a rerun, it’ll still be heart-wrenching (yet oddly enjoyable) to watch.
2. Fisher Family Drama
In addition to the Abbott clan, Y&R fans will be privy to a little bit of the Fisher family drama too, as Kevin and Michael will help Gloria battle for her rightful spot among the Abbott kids at John’s funeral, as both friends and family give their final respects to this important member of Genoa City.
1. Friday, June 5
Does anyone else wish they could rewind to 2019 at this point? Well, Y&R fans will get to do just that on Friday’s episode. It’s Christmas in Genoa City, with this episode originally airing on December 24th of last year. The Abbott family will be reminded of the true meaning of the season, thanks to Dina. Meanwhile, Billy keeps something hidden from his family, and Lola and Kyle celebrate their first, and as luck would have it, their last Christmas together. Things really do move swiftly in the Y&R … don’t they?