Young and the Restless Spoilers | Jack Makes Jeremy Cry Tears Of Blood, Gets Revenge For Diane
Y&R will be celebrating 50 years in the soap opera series. This takes place at the same time as Genoa City’s bicentennial party, which is set to be a fantastic event. While everyone else is celebrating, Jeremy Stark and Phyllis Summer will be busy making preparations and will act at the most opportune time. It seems likely that there will be fireworks at this event, making it one to remember for a long time.
After that, he quickly proposed marriage, which isn’t completely out of character for him. He has struggled to find love and contentment for quite some time. After Diane’s return to Genoa City, she began making atonement for her past mistakes and attempting a romantic reconciliation with Jack. Initially hostile toward Diane, Jack eventually grew attached to her and experienced genuine joy for the first time in a while. And there’s no denying the attraction.
In light of this, Jack has embarked on a quest for joy that could lead him astray. In the end, Kyle’s prediction that Jack will destroy himself through his actions proves right. Given Diane’s history of emotional upheaval and baggage, it’s hard to imagine how her relationship with Jack could ever succeed.
So, once all those troublemakers arrive, slam Jack’s door, and demolish anything he regards valuable, how would he react? The fact that Phyllis and Jeremy are working together is no longer a secret, and their plan looks like it may have significant consequences. They’ll stop at nothing to frame Diane, which might annoy Jack.
There is a possibility that Phyllis will be murdered in the next few days, but this might also be a fake situation. It doesn’t matter what the evidence is; it might lead to Diane’s arrest for Phyllis’s murder. Here, Jack will be sure to think that Jeremy killed Phyllis and then falsely blamed Diane. He’ll get really mad over this, that’s for sure. Although Jack and Phyllis are having a tough time right now, he still cares about her.
And when he finds Phyllis is truly gone, his heart will break. Furthermore, Jack needs to understand that Diane’s erroneous conviction is retribution for what they did to Jeremy. If Jeremy’s actions lead to Diane’s arrest, he will be even more enraged.
Asa result of these changes, Jack would have to go through a dark change and become as bad as Victor Newman. He could now quit pretending to be a nice guy and begin taking drastic action against Jeremy. Moreover, Diane had previously stated that she would murder Jeremy if she ever had the chance. If Jeremy continues to cause mayhem, Jack may feel the need to put Diane’s murderous plan into action, dropping a major bombshell in the aftermath.
Goodbye and see you again.