Daytime soap opera “The Young and the Restless” have been running since 1973 and has since aired almost 10,000 episodes. The original families that the plot were written for were re-assessed and now tailored to new ones, but the core of the story still revolves around relationships in and outside families settled in the fictional city of Genoa City, Wisconsin.
In the upcoming episodes, followers of the show will get to see Billy (Burgees Jenkins) seemingly joining forces with Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) in the hopes to bring down Victor (Eric Braeden). Despite being skeptical at first due to his lack of interest in joining the already complicated situation and willingness to risk his own life for a vendetta, Billy was eventually pushed over to join Phyllis’ scheming ways. Jack (Peter Bergman), who has earlier asked Billy to stay out from Phyllis and Victor’s affairs will also be casted aside.
Meanwhile, Victor is also cooking up something when he demands that Jabot and Newman work together to destroy Paragon. The virus has been hurting both companies, and it will only be a matter of time before it finally succeeds in its supposed task. He suggested devising a plan to bait Ian (Ray Wise) out instead of just hunting him down with Phyllis agreeing to the idea.
Furthermore, Dr. Ben “Stitch” Rayburn (Sean Carrigan) will be upping his game in winning Ashley (Eileen Davidson) back. Despite having a relationship with Ashley’s mother, Abby (Melisa Ordway), and was even engaged to her, Stitch still has been trying hard to rekindle the moment he shared with Ashley. He now has no regard whatsoever with what Abby might feel if she discovers that he is pursuing her daughter. Ashley, on the other hand, is adamant in not falling back to Stitch’s arms.