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'The Young and the Restless' Spoilers: Nick and Sharon Party, 20 People End Up in Jail

Sharon and Nick, and a host of others, land in jail before their wedding.
Nick (Joshua Morrow) and Sharon (Sharon Case) are finally getting remarried on CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless, but first they face some jail time. Leading up to their wedding, a bachelor/bachelorette party is thrown, and things clearly get out of hand. According to ET, 20 of our favorite Genoa City residents end up in jail, including the aforementioned Nick and Sharon (aka "Shick").

The raucous parties will take place September 30, and the wedding episodes will air October 3 and 6. Will Nick and Sharon find the happiness they are looking for? What will Phyllis do she she finally makes her return to Genoa City? Does she remember what happened the day she fell down the stairs? You will have to watch and find out!

Meanwhile, check out more photos and a hilarious new Y&R promo below for a sneak peek.

Don't miss Y&R on Tuesday, October 30

Sharon (Sharon Case), Nick (Joshua Morrow), Cane (Daniel Goddard), Lily (Christel Khalil) and
Michael (Christian LeBlanc).

Mariah (Camryn Grimes), Abby (Melissa Ordway), Stitch (Sean Carrigan), Victoria (Amelia Heinle)
and Tyler (Redaric Williams).

Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), Austin (Matthew Atkinson), Summer (Hunter King), Devon (Bryton
James) and Ashley (Eileen Davidson).

Jack (Peter Bergman), Kelly (Cady McClain), Neil (Kristoff St. James, Noah (Robert Adamson) and
Kevin (Greg Rikaart).



RELATED:
* Former 'Y&R' Star Joe LaDue (Derek Thurston) Dead at 70
* During 2013-2014 Season, 'Y&R' Delivers Biggest Audience in 4 Years

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