'The Young And The Restless' Cast And Crew
The cast and crew of "The Young and the Restless" pose backstage with the award for outstanding drama series during the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Beverly Hills, California June 22, 2014. Reuters/Phil McCarten

"The Young and the Restless" (Y&R) is set to air a very dramatic episode on Jan. 15, 2015. In the upcoming segment, a popular couple will hit the rock bottom. Furthermore, the show delves into other ongoing interesting storylines and sees some major twists and turns. Here are few spoilers on the upcoming episode of "The Young and the Restless" (Y&R). Read on to find out what happens next. [Warning: Spoilers Alert!]

This article contains spoilers on Jan. 14 and Jan. 15 episodes of "The Young and the Restless" (Y&R). Read only if you want to learn more about it.

The last-aired episode featured drama between Kelly and Phyllis and Hilary and Devon. Devon and Hilary had a private conversation, and they attempted to clear their differences. In the heart-to-heart conversation, Hilary told Devon she would like become the mother of only his child. Devon advised her to come with him to Chicago for few days.

Neil was very disturbed to find out Hilary is still on birth control pills, while he is trying to have a baby with her. He confronted Hilary about it and told her he can wait if she's not ready to have a baby yet. Later, Hilary revealed to him she is planning to go to Chicago.

In the suite, Phyllis finds Jack half dressed next to Kelly. Phyllis was hard to convince. Jack tried to explain himself, and Kelly revealed she got a message to meet Jack in the suite. Phyllis' got violent and attacked with a flower vase. When Jack promised it was not intentional, and he will find out who is behind the entire game, Phyllis calms down. The two go to Phyllis' suite where she told Jack that Kelly may have planned the entire setup and caused the misunderstanding. However, Jack is not too convinced with her explanation, considering how Phyllis used his phone to call Kelly to his office.

Later, Kelly describes the entire scene to Lilly and claims Phyllis was behind the whole setup. Meanwhile, Jack requested Phyllis to stop feuding with Kelly.

When Phyllis approached the staff at the reception to reveal who sent Jack to suite 802, the man revealed it was a woman but he doesn't recognise her voice. The two women end up in a heated argument once again. Later, Jack called the florist who delivered the flowers to him to find out the truth.

In the meantime, Dylan, Joe, Avery, and Victor found out the sale of the warehouse is put on hold due to some ongoing community study. While Dylan and Avery were glad to receive the news, Victor and Joe were very disappointed. Victor also tried to bribe Dylan; however, Dylan refused to take it. Later, Dylan is attacked by masked men.

Elsewhere, Austin tells Summer he has got a new job. Neil told Cane he is able to see light and shadow. He is hopeful these are probably signs of improvement of his sight. However, Neil asked Cane to keep the information to himself and not tell his family about it.

Moving on to the Jan. 15 episode of "The Young and the Restless" (Y&R), TV Guide and We Love Soaps presented brief descriptions teasing exciting spoilers. According to the media report, the show digs deeper into Victor and Dylan's conflict. Dylan's father Paul finally "puts Victor on notice." Victor may not be too pleased by Paul's move. How the Genoa City business tycoon decides to deal with the new obstacle will be interesting to see.

Things are going to take an unexpected turn for Billy and Chelsea as trouble stirs up between the couple. The report notes the two are about to face some tough times as they "clash" with each other. The reason why the two lovers are fighting is Gabriel Bingham, who is actually Chelsea's husband Adam Newman. Fans know Gabriel is on a mission to reclaim what he lost. Whether he will be able to win Chelsea back or not remains to be seen. Jan. 15 episode of "The Young and the Restless" (Y&R) airs at 12:30 pm on CBS.

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