The Young and the Restless resumed production this week for the first time since the show was forced to halt production in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Until those new episodes were able to be broadcast, the CBS soap continued to air classic episodes devoted to iconic characters or episodes curated to fit a special theme. This week focused on the Fisher/Baldwin family. A complete list of episodes that will air during this week can be found here.
This episode originally aired November 26, 2003. In the episode, Michael learns about Kevin's latest scheme.
At Michael Baldwin's condo, Kevin barged in when Michael answered his door. Michael wasn't pleased when Kevin sought help, explaining that he had a grand jury breathing down his neck. Michael, frustrated, told his brother he'd become a certified sociopath. Kevin reminded his brother about his brushes with the law and said that just because he'd cleaned up his act, he shouldn't look down his nose at his little brother. Michael sighed heavily. Kevin's voice sounded desperate as he pleaded with Michael to help him. Michael told Kevin he was immune to help and told him to get out. Kevin admitted that he was being accused of having passed a disease to a 15-year-old girl. Michael, knowing that the court had ordered a blood test, advised Kevin to comply. Kevin defended himself and suggested the victim might've also slept with someone else who'd infected her with chlamydia. Michael scolded Kevin and insisted he take responsibility for his actions. Michael recalled how he'd learned by paying his dues.