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'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers (September 14-18, 2015)

Is Phyllis in danger?
What is happening on The Young and the Restless during the week of September 14,2015? Check out the spoilers below to find out!

* Dylan (Steve Burton) wants the truth from Mariah (Camryn Grimes)
* Sharon (Sharon Case) opens up to Nick (Joshua Morrow).
* Sharon is devastated when she learns she isn't pregnant yet.
* Sharon is determined to get pregnant again.
* Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) crosses paths with Ian (Ray Wise).
* Adam (Justin Hartley) tells Ian to leave Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) alone.
* Adam attempts to help Phyllis.
* Jack (Peter Bergman) tries to make up with Ashley (Elieen Davidson).
* Chelsea confronts Victoria (Amelia Heinle).
* Passion mounts between Kevin (Greg Rikaart) and Mariah.
* Cane (Daniel Goddard) and Joe (Scott Elrod) discuss Cane's relationship with Lily (Christel Khalil).
* Devon (Bryton James) gets information on Hilary's (Mishael Morgan) disappearance.
* Neil (Kristoff) St. John) attempts to cover his tracks.
* Victor (Eric Braeden) wants Marisa (Sofia Pernas) out of Noah's (Robert Adamson) life.
* Luca Santori (Miles Gaston Villanueva) arrives.
* Insider correspondent Keltie Knight appears as a reporter.
* Elizabeth Bogush debuts as Dr. Anderson.


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