Young and Restless

Y&R Spoilers: Phyllis Kisses Nick, Is Another Phick Reunion On The Horizon?

Young and the Restless (Y&R) spoilers for the week of March 11 suggest that Phyllis Summers (Michelle Stafford) will plant a kiss on Nick Newman (Joshua Morrow) in her GCAC hotel room, which begs the question: are fans in for another Phick reunion, or possibly a love triangle between Phyllis, Nick, and Sharon Newman (Sharon Case)?

The Young And The Restless Spoilers – Wait … What?

Y&R spoilers note that the preview for the week of March 11 shows Red, in a white bath towel, sitting on the couch of her GCAC hotel room with Nick, as she laments how she can’t live up to her kids’ expectations and then reaches in to kiss her ex.

It’s hard to say what will happen next. Nick doesn’t appear to back off; however, this could go so many ways. Will the two sleep together?

Will they stop at just a kiss? Could this indicate a reunion? After all, people may not love Phick together, but it’s undeniable that they have strong chemistry together. Moreover, is Sharon’s dream (somewhat) coming true?

Y&R Spoilers – Leaving One Old Love Triangle For Another

During the Sharon-centric episode back in November, Sharon had a very odd dream. With that being said, one major theme was the old love triangle between Phyllis, Nick, and herself, and all the history and animosity that came with it.

It wasn’t odd for Phick to be in Sharon’s dream, per se, considering the impact their relationship had on her life, and her relationship with Nick.

However, Phyllis was in a love triangle storyline with Danny Romalotti (Michael Damian), and Christine Blair (Lauralee Bell) at the time, so fans were sure if the dream foreshadowed something, or what if it was just what it was … an odd dream.

But as Sharon’s nightmare did receive such great fan feedback, so could the show try to revisit the Phick versus Shick love triangle? What would Sharon’s reaction be if she found out Phyllis and Nick were a thing again?

Could we see a Phick reunion? Could an old love triangle resurface? Have your say in the comments!

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