November sweeps will heat up storylines on The Young and the Restless as the residents of Genoa City deal with all the tragedy in their lives.
For Billy and Chloe that means trying to come to terms with Delia's death. Billy has never been one who faces his problems head on, so he could fall off the wagon and resort to his gambling ways. As for Chloe, she may not have Billy to help her through this heartbreak, but Kevin wants to be there for her, so those two may be on the road to reconciliation.
Adam is so not himself knowing that he was responsible for Delia's death, even if he didn't realize when he swerved to avoid Dash that he had hit her with his car, which is why he didn't stop. His guilt was compounded when Chloe and Billy donated Delia's corneas to prevent Connor from going blind. As the month progresses and Adam falls more and more in love with his son, he will struggle as he realizes just what he took away from Chloe and Billy.
Summer still doesn't know the truth about her parentage, but with Sharon going back on her meds, there is a slim truth for the truth to come out. It remains to be seen if Sharon finds the inner strength to confess to Nick and everyone else that she switched the DNA results, especially since Nick is turning to Sharon -- and all she wants is to marry him again.
Is it better to tell someone the truth and destroy everything they believe about their lives, or let them go on thinking they are alone? It is a question that Nikki will wrestle with as she tries to figure out whether or not Dylan deserves to know that she is his biological mother.
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