'The Young and the Restless' spoilers: Filled with shocking revelations and second thoughts, here's what we know about today's episode

Today's 'The Young and the Restless' begins with the DNA results, which leaves Victor (Eric Braeden) and Jack (Peter Bergman) in sweat because they were just seen sharing a moment

                            'The Young and the Restless' spoilers: Filled with shocking revelations and second thoughts, here's what we know about today's episode

'The Young and the Restless' spoilers: Today's episode reveals that there is going to be a huge shakedown of the Genoa City elite which will be caused by two major revelations that no one would have expected. So far from yesterday's episode, we already know that Billy (Jason Thompson) was taken for an intervention and Jack (Peter Bergman) and Victor (Eric Braeden) end up bonding while they wait for the DNA results. 


To start it all off, the DNA results are in, which leave Victor and Jack in sweats because they were just seen sharing a moment a little while ago. This is the moment Victor dreaded since the second he saw his dad's face on Mariah’s (Camryn Grimes) show. As for Jack, he hopes it will lead him to answers he has been searching all this while. 

The DNA results reveal that Mr. Miller is not his father and Jack will now have to go ahead research more into Dina’s (Marla Adams) past. This will eventually leave Jack devastated with a high chance of having another breakdown. But, the drama does not end there, especially for Jack. Matt, on the other hand, offers him a few words of advice and so that he will not be that disappointed. 


SoapHub spoilers also reveal that Albert Miller was not a good man. He was more of an evil person. So, if one digs deeper they will realize that this is not a curse but actually a blessing. Which actually means that Jack is saved from being someone who belongs to his bloodline. This also means that Victor will not have to deal with another hurtful memory of how his father was awful and terrible to his entire family. 

Meanwhile, Sharon (Sharon Case) has her day packed, but with surprises. To begin with, Rey (Jordi Vilasuso) sets her up by leaving JT's file in plain sight at the office. And when she gets caught, she blames him for it all and then gets her way out of trouble. She rushes out of there in fact and gets back to have another big girl's night at home. It is apparently the bachelorette party of the year. But that does not mean it is going to be filled with sunshine and no ruckus. As the party goes on, it does not take long for the tension between the siblings to rise. Not just the siblings, but the soon-to-be stepsisters and even the bride and groom pitch in as well. 


Well, that's not all, the biggest shock comes when Nick arrives with a bigger surprise for Sharon, and he just hopes that it will leave her bamboozled. He goes to another extreme and buys her a huge mansion across town which is getting ready so they can move in the second they get married. But, while a new mansion might be a dream come true for a few that is not what Sharon expects. For a girl who has lived in a ranch house her entire adult life, she just cannot get up and leave it in a second.

This news leaves her emotional and shocked so much that Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) goes out and comforts her. On the other hand, Nikki might just regret pushing Sharon to agree and get used to all the changes, because when she brings up the topic of trust, it leaves Sharon with second thoughts, as to if she should really walk down the aisle and get married to Nick without revealing the truth about JT to him. This officially leaves her reaching her breaking point.