New ‘Young And The Restless’ Spoilers For October 28, 2019 Episode Revealed

New ‘Young And The Restless’ Spoilers For October 28, 2019 Episode Revealed

Happy Friday and weekend, “Young And The Restless” fans. We hope you guys enjoyed today’s big, week-ending, October 25, 2019 episode. We are, of course, back in your face to deliver the skinny on how next week will start up in the next, new October 28, 2019 episode.

That’s right, guys. The October 28th episode will indeed be the week-opening episode for next week, and the wonderful CBS folks have given us a few teaser descriptions for it. We’re going to tell you all about them right now.

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It sounds like Monday’s new October 28, 2019 episode will feature some semi-interesting, possible dramatic scenes as Traci and Jack get a big reminder why they shouldn’t dig up past things. The Abbotts get a visitor from a family friend. A public servant woman shows up on the scene and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Traci and Jack situation. It turns out that these two will learn a very important lesson in this episode. At some point, someone or something is going to remind them that they shouldn’t be digging around into the past so much.

CBS’ official description tells us, “Traci and Jack are reminded why it’s a bad idea to dig into the past.”

What will this reminder for Jack and Traci entail? That’s a big question for this particular storyline. We’re not sure, but we do have this particular moment that’s coming up for Jack and Traci in November 2019.

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We’re officially hearing that Doris is going to tell Jack and Traci that Dina had sex with Stuart Brooks during the same period she was dating John, and she eventually gave birth to Stuart’s baby.

The official spoiler teaser for that storyline reads like this, “Doris tells Jack and Traci that Dina had sex with Stuart Brooks while dating John on prom night, and she gave birth to another child, Stuart’s.” So, look for that to happen very soon.

The second spoiler scoop reveals that a new lady will arrive in town in this episode. This new lady will be one of Dina’s old friends named Doris. CBS’ description tells us, “The Abbotts have a visitor, Dina’s old friend Doris Tillington, as Mary-Margaret Lewis joins Young and Restless as a family friend.”

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As we just mentioned earlier, Doris will end up revealing that baby secret about Dina to Jack and Traci. So, we’ll see how that plays out, and how Traci and Jack react to it.

Lastly, CBS was kind enough to give a third teaser description. It reveals that a certain public servant will return to Genoa City. This public servant will be a councilwoman aka a politician.

This councilwoman will interact with a Genoa City resident. CBS’ description tells us, “A Genoa City resident interacts with a public servant as Gillian White returns to Young and Restless as a councilwoman.”

Who exactly will this councilwoman interact with? That’s a big question for this particular storyline. Only time will tell. As far as we know, this council woman will only be appearing in this October 28, 2019 episode. So, her arc should be pretty short-lived. We’ll have to wait and see.

Alright guys. That’s all the spoiler scoops we could track down for Monday’s new October 28, 2019 episode, but certainly expect to see a lot of other scenes play out that were not mentioned in this spoiler session.

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