‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Monday, April 5: Sharon and Adam’s Secret Meeting- Ashland Backs Kyle into a Corner- Amanda Speaks her Truth

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‘The Young and the Restless’ (Y&R) Spoilers here and we’re set to kick off the new week with some fun spoilery goodies.

It looks like there’s going to be some action in Genoa City and things may switch from slo-mo to normal speed storyline wise.

‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Monday, April 5: Adam and Sharon busted

Okay, so Adam Newman (Mark Grossman) has finally convinced Sharon Newman (Sharon Case) to come see him now that she knows he saved Faith Newman (Alyvia Alyn Lind)’s life.

Of course, that won’t be the only reason as we’re sure she’ll get around to asking him point blank about poisoning Rey Rosales (Jordi Vilasuso), but we don’t think that’ll be the end to her problems.

Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) knows that Adam saved Faith, and we expect him and Rey to follow her since she’s been acting weird. This will lead them to the cabin and the fun can commence.

Adam will proclaim his innocence, Sharon will believe him, Nick will be torn between thanking Adam for saving Faith and killing him for poisoning Rey.

For his part, Rey will be intent of arresting him with mild thoughts of mayhem dancing in his head and that’s totally understandable.

With all of the evidence pointed toward Adam, there’s no reason not to suspect him, but for the Genoa City PD to send Rey to arrest him is beyond incompetent and stupid, but we need drama so there it is.

‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Monday, April 5: Amanda’s truth

For many in soap opera land things are never easy. In fact, they tend to get tougher with each passing day with only a brief break to bask in the sunlight.

Into this mess Amanda Sinclair (Mishael Morgan) has found herself as she’s been debating whether or not she should accept Naya Benedict (Ptosha Storey)’s request to help the family.

While it would give Amanda the chance to learn more about her family, ‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers think she’ll shy more along the idea she’s there to win Naya praise.

Sure, there will be the rumbling of Naya giving Amanda and Hilary up, but in the end the family will be reunited and Amanda became a role model and successful attorney.

In the end, we think this will come down to pride for Amanda, and since her recent relationship was lost and Billy Abbott (Jason Thompson) was removed from the equation altogether for whatever reason, she’ll set some ground rules.

If she agrees to help.

This has the potential to be a tough, comfort food needing segment and we can’t wait for it.

‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers Monday, April 5: Ashland has Kyle on the hook

We’ve been expecting Kyle Abbott (Michael Mealor) to do something to put him in Ashland Locke (Richard Burgi)’s crosshairs, and it looks like he’ll do just that.

Kyle has done everything wrong. He was told to leave things alone, he didn’t. He just had to pretend he didn’t recognize anyone or talk, he didn’t.

And the best part is he just had to get out of the city and let Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman) handle things and he won’t. Of course, he may have been caught by Ashland.

And now, Ashland is going to corner him and possibly force out a confession and we’re pretty sure Kyle’s going to fumble this on the one yard line.

This is going to be a fun one and we’re definitely going to have some popcorn handy.

Plenty of action to get the week started, and we’re curious to what Amanda’s going to say. What do you think she’ll say and do?

Let us know in the comments below and check back with ‘The Young and the Restless’ Spoilers for the latest updates, spoilers, and speculation.

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