Mariah (Camryn Grimes) is going to be in hot water in "The Young and the Restless" episode for Wednesday, Oct. 19. Paul (Doug Davidson) found out that she went to visit Patty (Stacy Haiduk) in the facility but he has no idea why.
Spoilers reveal that Paul will be very curious as to why Mariah visited his sister. He will not waste time in finding out the reason. He will go see Mariah and grill her with questions. Mariah will be surprised of Paul's confrontation but since she is usually good in dealing situations even when under pressure, she may be able to come up with an excuse.
It's not known yet how Mariah will escape from answering Paul's questions but it's said that it won't be time yet for Sharon's (Sharon Case) secret to be out in the open. This means that Sharon is still safe. But for how long will Sharon and Mariah be able to keep the truth hidden from everyone?
Meanwhile, spoilers detailed that Phyllis (Gina Tognoni) is going to panic in the upcoming episode. She has been trying to win back Jack's (Peter Bergman) love and trust but the only way she can do it is to help him carry out his scheme against Victor (Eric Braeden). Jack agreed to let her in on the plan but he still doesn't trust her and things are bound to get messier.
Reports said that Billy (Jason Thompson) has been very suspicious of Phyllis and he can sense that something is up. He can tell that Phyllis has been hiding a secret and he wants to know what it is.
In Wednesday's episode, Billy will get hold of Phyllis' flash drive which contains the master plan for revenge. Phyllis will panic as Billy teases her that he wants to see what's inside.
Phyllis will insist that it's nothing important but Billy will be persistent. Will Billy learn the scheme of Jack and Phyllis?
"The Young and the Restless" airs weekdays on CBS
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