Residents of Genoa City have often provided viewers with upscale drama on The Young and the Restless
. However, in the coming episodes, specifically on October 19, the level of drama intensifies as the long-running soap brings forth a week loaded with colossal suspense and some mind-blowing twists that will change some of the characters' lives forever.
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The Clear Springs plot, which has become one of the central storylines on Young and the Restless
, will reach its ripened state this coming Friday when a shocking tragedy strikes at the spa, resort and upscale shopping center that has been a source of contention between the Newmans and Jack Abbott (Peter Bergman
) for quite a while. Due to faulty construction, the building crumbles to the ground, trapping many friends and enemies, and threatening the lives of both the Abbotts and Newmans.
Fans can expect an episode filled with anxiety and much tension as the likelihood of survival decreases by the hour. As the wounded are pulled out from the rubble, lives remain in peril while rivals are forced to unite and bystanders perform heroic measures.
The cast and crew of The Young and the Restless
, including stunt professionals, have put in great efforts to make this tragedy realistic. In fact, the scene used a set with a bigger soundstage than what the show is accustomed to, and included more than 50 extras.
This tragic spoiler inevitably leads to the question: Who will survive the catastrophe? Victims whose lives may or may not be on the line include Jack and Sharon (Sharon Case
), and her ex, Nick (Joshua Morrow
), who are all trapped together. Meanwhile, JT (Thad Luckin-bill) and Cane (Daniel Goddard
) are caught underground with the elderly but feisty Katherine (Jeanne Cooper
), while Lauren (Tracey Bregman), Paul (Doug Davidson
) and Maggie (Tammy Lauren) await rescue as they tend to an injured child.
Here's a preview of the much awaited episode.
-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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