``Another Way Out'' takes Y&R plotline state at time of publication and shows that there are interesting places right around the corner. The goal, besides having some fun with good-natured parody, is to challenge the notion that we must be mired in certain tired plotlines for months just to have a good time. There is always another way out...
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