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Spoilers (newer ones at the top)
Phyllis breaks a huge taboo (or maybe just gets a huge tattoo; It will be a large heart with a blank space she can write on with washable marker)
According to a recent Michael Muhney tweet, he may be making the move from daytime to primetime "a phenomenal pilot - Phenomenal. And yes, I'd have to leave Y&R" (I'm torn here - all the best to MM - but GC wouldn't be the same without the evilest evil-doer who ever eviled).
Rumours about the exit of Christel Kahlil abound. Negotiations are on - then off - then on again. A casting call put out (that describes Lily to a T) - and CK's own website confirmed her exit (basically, she was asking for 'less restrictions' and more money). Reportedly, the same fans who were outraged to the point that they flew a plane (trailing a banner) over the studio, in support of once fired Daniel Goddard - are repeating the stunt (hey - it worked once). With negotiations back on - and CK's contract up this month - CK's fate will be decided on the price of airplane fuel.
Christine's back again (air date September 18th)- and has it out with Phyllis (again) My money's still on Red .... Lauren finally fesses up that the gun Paul used to shoot Ricky, was hers ... Kevin once again tries to convince Billy to do the right thing - tell everyone where Victor is (ya gotta wonder what's wrong with you when an armed robber wearing a mascot head is yet again your voice of reason)
Another casting call; Y&R is seeking an 18 year old boy to play the role of a 16 year old boy. 'Jamie' is a troubled young man - but not a hoodlum or delinquent (which could mean he's gay). He's also sensitive, shy and good looking (yup - gay). The role is recurring and will last 2 months (unless the character catches on - and fans fly a plane around on his behalf).
Guilt ridden about hiding Victor's whereabouts, Billy keeps hoping Vikki will learn to love her job - more than her father. Alas, calling her adopted son a 'bastard' and having her arrested on her wedding day isn't quite enough to do it. Billy's only hope is to use that boyish grin and remind Vikki of the time Victor hid Billy in a Myanmar prison (which wasn't nearly as posh as the mission).
The work of new writers Jill Farren Phelps and Josh Griffith will begin to air on October 12.
Phyllis goes to trial (which brings Danny and Chris back to town. Let's hope their last awkward pantathon proved once and for all that they don't belong together)
Noah (now to be played by Robert Adamson) - will begin to air October 1st. (If only Kevin Schmidt was African American, he could apply for the casting call listed below)
Now more Ruth than ruthless, Victor becomes more involved in the mission, it's community - and rallying the downtrodden workers (a la Norma Rae) (which'll be real interesting when they find out Victor's 1000% times worse than the boss he's rallying them all against). Not even Sister Celeste will be able to save Victor when the mob gives chase angrily waving the prosthetic arms and legs they've unscrewed to use as weapons.
Tyler Douglas, is the name currently given to Y&R's latest casting call. If you're an African American male - late 20's to early 30's - were orphaned at 16 - and worked your way through college and earned an MBA - then you're a shoo in (of course, if you fit the bill physically, and can act the rest, you might have a shot too). Just be sure to be smoothly sexy and confident, with a witty/cynical sense of humor (if you laughed out loud at any Adam Sandler movie, do not apply).
Sharon and Tucker think marriage (once Victor's declared dead of course). And why not? Sharon's been single for what - 5 minutes? And it's possible Tucker could put the biggest ring on her finger yet - in fact, the ring might be so big that Sharon's no longer able to lift her hand - luckily for Sharon (and Tucker), Sharon is right handed (and will still be able to sign checks and vacuum).
Traci's back - which can only mean Victor's funeral (where she'll sob about wasting Colleen's heart on such an unworthy recipient. What was the point?).