New ‘Young And The Restless’ Spoilers For October 25, 2019 Episode Revealed

New ‘Young And The Restless’ Spoilers For October 25, 2019 Episode Revealed

Happy Thursday, “Young And The Restless” fans. We hope you guys totally enjoyed watching today’s October 24, 2019 episode. Since it is now over, we are back in the saddle so to speak to serve up all the spoiler tea for how the producers will be ending this week off in tomorrow’s new October 25, 2019 episode.

That’s right, guys. Another week will be passing us by after tomorrow. CBS provided 2 teaser descriptions for tomorrow’s installment. They usually give us 3. So, we’re a little short today, but that’s ok. We’ll make do.

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Tomorrow’s new week-ending, Friday, October 25, 2019 episode sounds like it will feature some very interesting, possible intense and dramatic scenes as Lilly returns to handle some business. Jill chooses what side she wants to be on and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Lily situation. It turns out that we’re going to see Lilly make her way back into town for a serious-sounding situation.

Apparently, Lily left behind some incomplete business matters that need her undivided attention in order to get cleared up.

CBS’ official description tells us, “Lily comes home to settle unfinished business.” Two other alternate descriptions read like this, “Lily returns to get to settle things that have unfolded lately.” “Devon’s sister returns to take care of unfinished business as Christel Khalil returns to The Young and the Restless as Lily Winters Ashby.”

What will this unfinished business entail? That’s a huge question for this particular scenario. CBS didn’t reveal any other details for this Lily situation. So, we will certainly have to wait and see what her return trip home is all about.

We’re pretty sure it has something to do with that whole will mess though. Whatever the case, we think Lily’s return will definitely feature some pretty interesting scenes for you guys to look forward to. So, get prepped for it to happen in tomorrow’s new episode.

The second and final teaser description for tomorrow’s new episode reveals that Jill is going to make a very important choice. It turns out that she will finally reveal whose side she’s really on! CBS’ description tells us, “Jill chooses sides.” An alternate description reads like this, “Jill takes a side.”

What side will Jill end up choosing? That’s a very important question for this particular storyline. Unfortunately, we couldn’t track down any other info for this specific Jill moment. So, we will have to wait and see what side she ends up picking.

We were able to find a little bit of other information on Jill for one of her November 2019, upcoming storylines. Expect to see Jill really try to hunt down some answers to something.

CBS’ future spoiler teaser for that reads like this, “Cane works to prove his innocence as Jill searches for answers.”

It’s currently unclear exactly when in November that Jill will go on this intense search for answers, but it will happen sometime within those 30 days.

Alright guys. That’s all the spoiler teasers CBS was willing to give up for tomorrow’s new October 25, 2019 episode, but definitely expect to see a lot of other scenes play out that were not mentioned in this spoiler session, especially since it’s the week-ending episode.

The “Young And The Restless” airs every Monday through Friday at approximately 11:30 am central standard time on CBS. Stay tuned.

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