Soap opera enthusiasts recognize that really anything can happen in the world of daytime drama. Characters pass on and come back to life; babies get swapped; and illegitimate children pop out of nowhere. But when do over-the-top storylines become a little too over-the-top? Sure, there are times when even the most unbelievable storyline can pass, thanks to incredible acting and writing; however, there are also times when soap opera fans roll their eyes, and simply must try to ignore the holes in a storyline plot twist, all in the name of entertainment. Plot holes are a way of life in soaps at times, and Genoa City is no exception to this rule. Below are some major plot holes on The Young and the Restless (Y&R) that fans may have missed.
12. Marge Passes Away, Everyone Thinks It’s Kay
While everyone knew that Katherine Chancellor had a doppelganger of her own in Marge Cotroke, when a body was found after a car crash in 2008, the town just assumed it was Kay. Placing things into perspective, with Chancellor a multi-millionaire and one of the most respected (and powerful) citizens in Genoa City, one would think that some sort of procedure would have been conducted to ensure the real Kay had passed away. Thankfully, the truth (eventually) came out.