Y&R Recap: Tensions Run High At Sully's Christening

The proud parents welcome their guests.

The proud parents welcome their guests.

When Dylan and Sharon scheduled their son's Christening, they were hoping for a peaceful ceremony. 

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Sharon does her best to understand Sage's side of the story.

Sharon does her best to understand Sage's side of the story.

After Faith asked if she could live with her mom and Dylan, Sharon grew worried. Of course, she understands that Sage is going through a difficult time, but she can't seem to shake the feeling that maybe Sage isn't the soundest person to be around her daughter right now.  

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Sage becomes emotional holding baby Sully.

Sage becomes emotional holding baby Sully.

Although Sharon has her worries about Sage, she couldn't help but feel sorry for the grieving, childless mother. With a smile on her face, Sharon hands her child over to Sage. As everyone cautiously looks on, Sage cradles the child she has no idea is actually hers. 

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A new child puts pressure on Stitch and Abby.

A new child puts pressure on Stitch and Abby.

With their wedding planning in full swing, neither Stitch nor Abby seem ready to bring a child into their already busy lives. But, the rest of the family has other plans.

Will the pressure to start a family of their own put a strain on the couple's relationship? 

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Abby tries to comfort her sister.

Abby tries to comfort her sister.

After learning about Billy's plan to take down her father, Victoria is stricken with grief. But, even in her darkest moments, she knows she can count on her siblings for support. 

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Billy makes an unwelcome visit.

Billy makes an unwelcome visit.

Just as Victoria was starting to dry her eyes, Billy walks through the church doors begging her not to leave him. But, she refuses to hear his excuses, telling him this special event will not be ruined by his selfishness. 

Can Victoria ever forgive the father of her children for what he's done? 

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