Chloe returns to Y&R, but what about that baby?

Posted Tuesday, October 13, 2015 11:54:24 AM
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Chloe returns to Y&R, but what about that baby?

Elizabeth Hendrickson's Chloe Mitchell is back in Genoa City. But blink, and you might miss her!

The actress is back at the CBS soap today for a storyline in which she'll come face-to-face with Adam (Justin Hartley), the man seemingly responsible for the hit-and-run that killed her daughter, Delia.

It's been over a year since Chloe was on the canvas, and fans have been waiting for this moment since she took off to California to seek therapy. As fans may recall, after the horrifying death of Delia, Chloe grew emotionally attached to Adam and Chelsea's baby, Connor, who received Delia's corneas after the little girl's death. The grieving mother kidnapped the tiny tot and flew off to Paris. Luckily, Chelsea (Melissa Claire Egan) and Victor (Eric Braeden) were able to rescue the little boy, but it didn't spell the end of Chloe's mental health issues.

Soon after returning to Genoa City, Chloe began fantasizing about recreating Delia and tried to get pregnant by her ex and Delia's dad, Billy (Burgess Jenkins). The fashionista's family realized she was going off the deep end and convinced her to seek therapy, which she did in Los Angeles. However, before jetting out of Genoa City, she had goodbye sex with her now-ex, Kevin (Greg Rikaart), and then stole Billy's sperm. So the question is, will one of those men soon find out he's going to be a father? You'll have to tune in to today's episode of Y&R to find out!

For more on Chloe's history in Genoa City, check out Soap Central's complete character profile here. And to see more of Hendrickson, check out tonight's episode of CBS' NCIS: New Orleans, in which she plays a sexy bridesmaid.

This article has been updated to reflect the events that took place during the airdate of this episode.

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