She’s supposed to perform in front of all of Genoa City to help raise money for MS research, but technical difficulties could threaten to put Nikki’s entire concert at risk on the Thursday, July 13 episode of “The Young and the Restless.”

Concerned about his mother’s health since she has been having flare-ups from her own MS diagnosis, Nick (Joshua Morrow) sabotaged the sound board for the concert in the hopes it would keep the show from happening on the CBS soap. However, as attempts are made to try and rectify the situation, he will be stunned when his father, Victor (Eric Braden), insists to him that the concert will still happen, and he will become infuriated and annoyed when Victor tells him to let the audience know that things are still going to happen, despite a potential small delay.

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“How do I tell everyone that the show’s going to go on, much less on time?” He asks in a preview clip.

“Because it will,” Victor replies.

Victoria, Victor and Nikki on "The Young and the Restless"
Nikki’s (Melody Thomas Scott) concert is threatened with potential cancellation after an equipment issue stalls things on the July 13, 2017 episode of “The Young and the Restless.” CBS

Meanwhile, Abby (Melissa Ordway), who is running the event for Victor and Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott), will stress out as she tries to find a solution for the problem with the sound board. When Victoria (Amelia Heinle) attempts to offer her services however, the jealousy and competition between the two sisters will cause Abby to lash out, as she warns her to back off and stay away from her project.

“If you do not know how to fix the audio board, then you are not needed back here,” Abby screams in the clip.

Thankfully for Abby, there will be others who’s help she is okay with receiving, and several attempts will be made to try and fix the problem. When it is determined that a repair can’t happen, the idea to replace it entirely with a substitute will quickly take hold, and potentially save the show.

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However, the concerns about the equipment aren’t the only ones as the event is threatened. Nikki is worried about her flare-ups keeping her from playing overall, and is hoping she’ll be able to get through the concert in general. As she continues to worry however, Tessa (Cait Fairbanks) will arrive and wonder to her boss if the wrecked audio is a sign that she shouldn’t go out there and perform, and if this is the way to keep her safe from having to play through the pain she experiences.

“Maybe the universe is trying to cut you a break,” she says. “You won’t have to play through the pain after all.”

However, Nikki will refuse to let anything stop her because of what playing in this concert means to her. Though it could be a dangerous decision, she will feel some relief when she learns that the problem is fixed—and the show must and will go on.

“The Young and the Restless” airs weekdays at 12:30 p.m. ET on CBS.