‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Monday, December 7: Adam Confesses to Chelsea- Lily Wonders About Victoria- Jill Plans to Help Billy

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‘The Young and the Restless’ (Y&R) Spoilers here to get the week started with some fun spoilery goodies.

If there’s one thing we have learned about Genoa City, it’s that no one there can stand prosperity. Seriously, any time things start looking up, they find a way to sabotage themselves in some way.

‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Monday, December 7: Adam Confesses to Chelsea- Lily Wonders About Victoria- Jill Plans to Help Billy

This feels like what’s happening when Lily Winters (Christel Khalil) questions Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle)’s motives when, we’re assuming, she stops by ChancComm to inquire about Billy Abbot (Jason Thompson)’s arrest.

A possible piece to the puzzle may come to light when Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) confesses something to Chelsea Newman (Melissa Claire Egan) after she regains consciousness.

This could be any number of things, but we think it’s going to involve his latest activities as well as begging for her forgiveness for causing her so many problems.

Jill Abbott (Jess Walton) is every bit protective of her family as Victor Newman (Eric Braeden) is of his, and we’re going to see some of the old Jill come out as she begins to formulate a plan to help Billy.

With Victor being at the top of the list of people that want to see Billy punished, Jill could use that to do some digging and potentially upset the new truce between Genoa City’s three most powerful families.

Some things never change.

‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Monday, December 7: Questionable ethics

‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers are expecting Victoria to pay a visit to ChancComm to ask about Billy following his arrest, and given her current relationship, Lily is going to be curious about what she cares so much.

Victoria will say it’s because of their history and that they have children together, but we’re starting to wonder is she was the one that tried to have Adam shot and then blame Billy for it.

Victoria has shown a ruthless side of late, so would that really be out of her wheelhouse possibility wise?

‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Monday, December 7: Forgiveness

After finding Chelsea passed out in their apartment, Adam’s going to blame himself for it since he had the power cut at ChancComm so he could do a little snooping.

While there’s plenty for him to confess to her, we think this will be the golden moment where he clears his name and admits everything he’d planned but denies setting Billy up.

Or he could go the other way, but that seems like a cheap way out of this storyline. Meaning it feels like the powers-that-be will want to milk it for everything it’s worth and then some.

‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Monday, December 7: Mother lion

Jill won’t stand by to watch her son being falsely accused and imprisoned, so we expect her to bring in her own detectives and legal team and possibly go after Victor.

After seeing Victor go after Billy verbally at the wedding and knowing the lengths he’d go to protect his family, we’ll see the old Jill come out and it should be a fun exchange between the two.

The worst part about this is she could end up ruining the short treaty the Abbotts, Newmans, and Chancellors established at the wedding, but was there really a peace?

It feels more like life has returned to normal in Genoa City and progress can wait.

What do you think Jill will do? Let us know in the comments below and check back with CBS “The Young and the Restless” Spoilers for the latest updates, spoilers, and speculation.

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