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THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS Spoilers — Nick Worries Chelsea’s Leaving Again!

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It’s good news and bad news in these THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS spoilers. Adam’s fighting an uphill battle, Abby wonders if her mother is coming home, Lola gets a blast from the past, and Nick worries he could lose Chelsea again!

Victor was staying out of the war between Nick and Adam, but it looks as though he may have started to take sides. Adam pays his father a visit in his office to complain about the latest development. “I was served with a restraining order this morning,” he grouses. 

The Abbott family gathers together to toast to some good news, but Abby wonders if things could get even better. “So now that you and Uncle Jack are merging companies,” she asks Ashley, “any chance you’re moving back to Genoa City?” Will Ashley return to her family or continue living in Paris?

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Might Ashley move home again? (Photo Credit: CBS)

As she prepares to marry Kyle, Lola receives a letter from her estranged father that shakes her to her core. “After all this time,” Rey muses, “why would our father be writing to you?”

Adam is already after custody of Christian, but now that Connor is back in his life, he wants to be a part of his life as well. And that’s making Chelsea very, very nervous. “You told me that you weren’t gonna run again because things had changed,” Nick reminds her. But Chelsea isn’t sure she can risk sticking around. “I can’t lose my son,” she insists.

Check out this tease for the dramatic week to come and for more Y&R previews, keep reading the CBS edition of Soaps In Depth magazine.

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