The Young and the Restless: Spoilers for the Tragic Aftermath
The Young and the Restless: Spoilers for the Tragic Aftermath
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
It's going to be a big week ahead for The Young and the Restless as fans will soon discover the catastrophic outcome of the Clear Springs implosion. As reported previously, this disaster will force enemies to form alliances and make bystanders unlikely heroes.  But as each hour passes, hope fades and lives remain in danger.

Read on for this week's spoilers on The Young and the Restless.
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The first day of the aftermath features Jack, Nick and Sharon all trapped together.  However, only two can escape.

Last Friday's episode left Sharon grasping for air after one of the buildings at Clear Springs caved in.  Trapped under the rubble, she is now unconscious. Nick, who is stunned and in pain, calls out and the nearby Jack finds him.  The two soon find Sharon, who is aching and is now responsive. Lifting her out of the wreckage, the boys determine that her leg is badly hurt.

In an attempt to call for help, Nick pounds on a pipe while Jack uses his tie and Nick's shirt to make a splint for Sharon's leg.  The smell of methane in the air prompts them to hurry and find a way out. Moving along, Jack feels a waft of air and they move Sharon further toward an opening. Given that a huge pipe is blocking the way, Jack volunteers to stay behind to hold the obstruction so that Nick and Sharon can escape.

Jack tells Sharon that if anything goes wrong, she should remember that he loves her. In turn, Sharon says that she'll always love him too.  Before Nick takes her out, Jack says that no matter what, don't come back.  Prior to leaving, Nick remembers when Jack helped him as a kid and thanks him for making him the kind of man he is now and then they hug.  Jack falls back as Nick and Sharon leave and something drops on him. Nick calls out, but Jack yells, "Go!"

Stay tuned to find out what will happen to Jack on The Young and the Restless, which airs weekdays on CBS.


-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: CBS, yrnews.com
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