Hope (Kristian Alfonso) burst into the cabin and capped Jensen’s (Derek Magyar) ass like a five-year old playing Duck Hunt at Chuck E. Cheese. Nick (Blake Berris) immediately told Hope that Will (Chandler Massey) had been shot.
Sami (Alison Sweeney) accused Kate (Lauren Koslow) of putting Rafe (Galen Gering) in a coma. A furious Kate hauled off and slapped Sami. Sami then realized Kate had fallen in love with Rafe, and began to taunt her long-time nemesis.
Gabi (Camila Banus) demanded to know why her baby wasn’t crying. Sonny (Freddie Smith) didn’t know, because he had no idea what he was doing. Sonny began swatting the baby’s butt, which caused it to start crying. READ MORE
Rafe (Galen Gering) warned Lucas (Bryan Dattilo) that Nick (Blake Berris) and Gabi (Camila Banus) were getting married the next day. After they separated, Lucas bumped into Sami (Alison Sweeney), who revealed she and EJ (James Scott) had a plan.
Will’s (Chandler Massey) parents decided to break into Hope’s (Kristian Alfonso) office, and the Salem P.D's evidence room. They wanted to get their hands on the incriminating dirt connected to EJ's shooting. Of course, Rafe returned to the station, interrupting their hilarious caper. Luckily the ex-spouses were able to hide before the cop spotted them.
Lucas: “When did you put on weight?”
Sami: “The same time you stopped working out.”
After Rafe left the evidence room he realized he recognized the scent. Will Sami and Lucas get caught?
Has the never-ending saga of which man is truly "The One" for Samantha Jean Brady finally come to an end on Days of Our Lives? Could be, according to Alison Sweeney herself!
In the March 11 issue of Soap Opera Digest, Sweeney and leading man James Scott (EJ) revealed to Stephanie Sloane how they felt when they first learned of the EJami reunion. Here's an excerpt:
Scott: If you think they've been teasing fans, they've been teasing us, too.
Sweeney: Seven years. So it was important to me. I didn't want to read a script two weeks later where Sami was vacillating toward Rafe again. They made it clear to me that this was Sami's choice. READ MORE
Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) ripped into Victor (John Aniston) about the Kiriakis mansion not being child safe. Their argument turned from her desire for better cleaning products, to the chaos she’d caused Victor’s family over the years.
By the time it was over, Victor had ordered Chloe to move out. Of course, this was exactly the result Chloe had hoped for. Chloe quickly zipped across town to Daniel’s (Shawn Christian), to manipulate him into letting her and Parker move in. READ MORE
With buzz growing about the upcoming versions of All My Children and One Life to Live possibly delving into edgier, ripped-from-the-headlines stories, my brain has been working on overdrive about how the remaining four daytime soaps could also benefit from such a shift in storytelling. Don't get me wrong, I love a good return-from-the-dead as much as the next suds lover, but at some point, when you've seen one — you've seen 738,265 of 'em.
Awhile back on Twitter, I posted how I would love to see Sami's (Alison Sweeney) teen rapist Alan (originally played by Paul Kersey) return to seek his warped brand of revenge on Days of Our Lives. Back in 1995, Lucas' (Bryan Dattilo) pal Alan dated Sami, while secretly pining for her older sister Carrie (Christie Clark). Frustrated by his lack of progress with Carrie, Alan violently raped Sami.
During the rape trial, Sami was branded a liar and Alan was released. It wasn't long before he came after her again — this time with a gun! Sami managed to get the weapon away from Alan—before he could rape her a second time—and shot him in the business!
Distraught, Sami made love with Lucas, conceiving Will. Although no one in Salem knew that fact for quite some time, because Sami passed the baby off as Austin's (Patrick Muldoon). What if Will, devastated after some future bust up with Sonny (Freddie Smith), decides to look for love online? READ MORE