On Wednesday's episode of "The Young and the Restless,' the Ashby twins and Victoria's son decided to sneak into The Underground after their Halloween party. They hid in an office as Reed's uncle was lighting a Jack-O-lantern. Once Nick was gone, Dina wandered in and lights a match to a photo of Brent Davis. She then knocks over some liquor bottles as she was leaving. The club goes up in flames with the teenagers trapped inside. Previews for Thursday's episode show firefighters trying to hold Cane back as he calls to his children.

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There is also a scene where Billy screams the name, "Graham." It is possible that Mr. Bloodworth returned to Genoa City and was trailing his companion. He may be the one spoilers hinted might die in the fire.

Mal Young is still flipping the script on The Young and the Restless

New head writer, Mal Young, has been bringing the excitement and surprises that he promised on "The Young and the Restless." He continues to flip the script shocking viewers at every turn. Spoilers from Celeb Dirty Laundry and Soaps She Knows both indicated that Reed, Mattie, and Charlie would be trapped in a fire at The Underground, which would be caused by Nick. Spoilers also suggested that Billy would be hurt saving the teens, but someone may not make it out of the fire alive.

On the Thursday preview, Billy can be heard very distinctly yelling "Graham" very loudly, and there is no one else in Genoa City whose name even sounds similar. It looked like viewers had seen the last of Dina's companion in Florida, but Mal Young obviously is giving the storyline a twist.

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Mr. Bloodworth's last words to Jack were that he would need good luck with his mother. This was more than likely a reference to Ms. Mereron's fragile cognitive skills as spoilers had teased she may have Alzheimer's disease.

Billy will be hurt trying to save Charlie, Reed, and Mattie

Charlie, Mattie, and Reed are going to call Cane and Billy on their cell phones and alert them to the danger. As firefighters try to restrain Mr. Ashby, Billy will somehow reach the children and his life may be on the line because of his bravery. Spoilers assure us that Billy survives but will be injured and they tease that another individual may indeed lose their life. Dina and Nick are far away from the scene of the fire, and the children are trapped together, so if Billy indeed is calling for Graham he must have been following his friend an confidante. Stay tuned weekday afternoons at 12:30 p.m. on CBS to keep up with the aftermath of the fire on "The Young and the Restless."