"The Young and the Restless" fans should brace themselves and get ready for another character to leave Genoa City, according to Celeb Dirty Laundry. On Friday, Stitch (Sean Carrigan) and Abby (Melissa Ordway) ended their short marriage. Now, Stitch is left without much of a storyline and could end up on the chopping block in the coming weeks. 

Stitch's storylines revolve around Abby

"The Young and the Restless" has built the character of Stitch as a "supporting role." Initially, he brought roots to Genoa City for his sister, Kelly Andrews (Cady McClain). After her death, he was involved with Victoria Newman (Amelia Heinle) and believed he was her daughter's father.

When it was discovered that Billy (Jason Thompson) was Katherine's dad, Stitch and Victoria ended their short romance. 

For the past year, Stitch's storylines revolved around Abby. First, it was the serial killer storyline and later their (boring) love story. "The Young and the Restless" viewers never warmed up to the "Stabby" romance, so when it came out they would break up, no one was heartbroken about the split. 

What's next for Stitch? 

It seems highly likely that "The Young and the Restless" will drop Sean Carrigan to recurring status following his character's break up with Abby.

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As it is, he is only seen at the hospital working or talking about going to see his son Max at the mental facility. Of course, "Y&R" could revive his character by pairing him up with Ashley or revisit a connection to Victoria. Unless they find a storyline for him soon, Stitch's presence on the show will get less frequent until we don't see him at all. 

Stitch doesn't have any family roots in Genoa City. His sister is dead. His drunken, mess of a mother suddenly left the city, and his son is locked up in a mental institution. Sean Carrigan's contract with "The Young and the Restless" expires in less than a month, and it seems pretty likely in that time, we'll either hear that he was let go from the soap opera or he was dropped to recurring status. 

"Y&R" fans, if Stitch left the show, would you miss him?

"The Young and the Restless" airs weekdays only on CBS daytime.