Spoilers for "The Young and the Restless' indicate a truce is coming to Genoa City. After months of batting each other, it seems that Victoria and Jack will find a way to come to terms with one another. Billy will no doubt be suspicious that his brother suddenly decided to shake hands and be friends with his former spouse, and Phyllis will probably be her usual self and disrupt everything.

Phyllis and Jack know Brash and Sassy sales figures have been manipulated

On Tuesday's episode of "The Young and the Restless," Phyllis pointed out to Lauren that there was a distinct pattern regarding the increase in sales for "Brash and Sassy" products.

Lauren was elated with the additional profits but Ms. Summers/Abbot said she was going to get to the bottom of things.

Because she believed it was her rival, Victoria, who was behind the sudden spike in sales at Fenmores, Phyllis ran straight to Jack. He pointed out that this type of move had his brother's name written all over it.

Victoria knows that her former spouse has done something to boost sales of their products, but has no idea that Billy hired employees from a temp agency to shop at Fenmores. He gave them all $100.00 gift cards to purchase "Brash and Sassy" products only.

Phyllis could possibly consider that Jack is correct and will check with her live-in boyfriend before going back to Lauren. If she confirms that Billy is the culprit, she will be angry that he went so far for Victoria's company.This may even push her to set in motion the plan she discussed with Hilary to win over Villy's children.

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However it turns out, Ms. Summes/Abbot is sure to disrupt as much as she can.

Victoria and Jack come to terms

Spoilers did not give even a hint of why Victoria and Jack are going to call a truce. Jack could soften after hearing that Victoria has another health crisis, or he could decide to back off because of Nikki. More than likely the two of them will come to an agreement related to the feud between their companies, and also Billy manipulating sales at Fenmores. Whatever the reason, you can bet that Phyllis will not be pleased and the truce probably will not last that long.

Billy and Jack cannot go too long without sparring with each other, so just wait for it. Stay tuned each weekday afternoon at 12:30 p.m. on CBS for more episodes of "The Young and the Restless."

Continue to check out spoilers to get a clue in advance of what may be happening to your favorite Genoa City residents.