SPOILERS: Carmine and Noah's Pasts Come Back to Haunt Them on The Young and The Restless! Plus 2013 Previews!

Carmine/Alex/Noah: New Genoa City transplant Carmine has a bit of history with Det. Alex Chavez. Carmine is bar tending, when Alex arrives on the scene. Alex immediately recognizes the troublesome lad, and starts to ask him if he's from New York. Carmine pretends not to know Alex, because he's trying to sever his father's mob ties. He's constantly getting flack for his family's "business”.
A quick thinking Carmine lies, and says he's from Detroit. Alex whips out a picture of Noah with a girl, and wonders if he knows them. Carmine isn't sure of the girl's identity, but remarks on Noah’s short fuse, which perks Alex's ears. What exactly did Noah do in NYC?

Jack: Old Smilin's family ambushes him with a drug intervention.

Victor/Nikki: The two give each other very special Christmas gifts.

Adam: The black sheep Newman attempts to make inroads with Chelsea.

Summer: She finds out what Noah's hiding.

Phyllis: Red grills her baby sister about her past.

Kevin/Chloe: The Fishers set out to find the money.

2013 Previews

Victor/Nikki: Mark your calendars on Valentine's Day kids! The lovebirds plan to get married on the most romantic day of the year. Even though, Victor and Nikki are in pure bliss right now, Victor is still Victor. The Black Knight is twisted between taking both Jack and Adam down, and planning his nuptials to Nikki. As the wedding day nears, Nikki gets some intel that may stick a fork in her plans to marry Victor.

Jack/Phyllis: Watch for Phyllis to try to become closer with Avery, and fix her fractured relationship with Summer. Meanwhile, Jack's addition to pain meds causes him to hit rock bottom. Phyllis will bring him back from the brink.

Nick/Avery: The Newman playboy is done with the family business, and decides to do things on his own terms. We know Victor isn't going to let Nick just turn his back on the company.  Nick's business ventures cause some unexpected drama, which causes Victor to attempt to bring him back into Newman Enterprises. While this takes place, look Nick and Avery relationship to hit some bumps in the road.

Billy/Victoria: "Villy" fans get ready! The couple declares war against Adam. Watch for Victoria and Adam's fight to show who exactly is a chip off the ole' Victor block.

Michael/Lauren: Genoa City's only happy couple's marriage becomes rocky. Meanwhile, Fen's disdain for Jamie reaches a scary level nobody expected.

Kevin/Chloe: The Fishers financial issues cause problems for Noah.

Cane/Lily: Fasten your seat belts "Lane" fans! Cane and Lily's marriage takes a hit when Tyler starts sniffing around Lily.

Neil/Leslie: As the couple's relationship starts to heat up, viewers will start to wonder what exactly Leslie and Tyler are trying to hide?

Tucker/Katherine/Jill: The rebel billionaire starts to fix the tattered relationship he has with Kay and Devon. Tucker's love life also hits an upswing, when he and Jill resume their affair. Watch for Katherine's life to unravel, and force the grande dame to reassess things.


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ah hell, here I go.....Well, when you don't like someone else's opinion that doesn't agree with yours you delve into name calling and words like racist and homophobic...nice.

Let's do talk about recent tragic events. The parent's, children and loved one's involved will suffer with this for the rest of their lives, and will probably never get over it. Don't even get me started on the kid who did this because I am sure I can get pretty close to what the deal was there, knowing kids like him.

This event SHOULD NOT BE A POLITICAL debate about GUNS. If so our leader has some splaining to do about running guns into the arms of Mexican drug dealers, that are then used to kill. Then let's talk about 26 people dead, well how much you wanna bet there was 26 abortions in the greater Newtown area that day alone, but hell that's perfectly fine because that's a choice, just a mass of tissue not a "real" person. If anyone thinks our culture is any more humane that about 200 years ago, or even 50 years ago yeah good luck with that. People are tired of being told what and how to think, that is part and parcel what the chick-fil-a issue was more than ANYTHING else. Make it what you want people are just fed up being told to put up and shut up, and their opinions are not valid. Some can debate but others just go into a state of trying to personally destroy anyone who disagrees with them, or doesn't fit the template of their world. That started about 25 years ago with the swimmer, but that is a whole other subject. Just another tired old play from that moldy old playbook. The culture of death is alive and well and kicking and in this case guns are only the means.
However, the biggest school massacre was in what 1927, and done with dynamite. Don't think the president then went after Dupont Co. or any other makers of dynamite.

I was raised around guns, everyone was a hunter, we were told what they were about and to never ever use them in a violent manner, and if we would have touched them even sitting in the case which most of the time was locked, it would have been our ass.

Live and let live people, just leave me the hell alone and out of the nanny state and the faux concern of the political "elite". I don't wonder why this happened or sit around wringing my hands about it, if somebody wants to hurt people on a mass scale just like anything else they will find a way. Who would have ever thought some people would use planes to kill people.

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phobia = an irrational fear. Thus homophobia would be an irrational fear of those with a same-sex orientation.

It does not appear to me that the anti-gay posters who visit this site suffer from any kind of fear. I would say that they demonstrate enormous hate, although it is rather cowardly to make hate-filled rants under the relative shield of anonymity that a keyboard provides.

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^^ If there was a "like"-function on this message board, I'd "like" this statement and most statements by SoapArmageddon. Thank you.

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A Facebook like "like" function key would probably be a nice idea here.

Regarding challenges to comments ... I will always challenge a comment made no matter where it is posted when it appears to demean or condemn another race, religion or manner of lifestyle.