Sami (Alison Sweeney) and Rafe (Galen Gering) fought over whether Will (Chandler Massey) or Gabi (Camila Banus) was the one responsible for hiding the truth about Will being the father of her baby. Rafe blamed everything on Will, because he took Gabi to the abortion clinic. I swear, Rafe can be a single-minded, Neanderthal sometimes.
I especially enjoyed the part where Sami told Rafe the pregnancy was about her, because it was her grandchild. Leave it to Sami to make Will’s anguish about her. She threatened Gabi, warning her that she will not keep her grandchild from her. One thing is certain, Gabi will never keep Sami from her grandchild. Did anyone else flash back to Kate (Lauren Koslow) issuing similar warnings to Sami about Will?
Rafe said he saw a another side of Sami—one he didn't like—and didn’t think they could be together. Why does Rafe always seem to give up on Sami so easily?
After defending Will so vehemently, you could see Sami’s pain at hearing he was with Marlena (Deidre Hall). READ MORE
Days of Our Lives started with Gabi (Camila Banus) walking down the aisle to marry Nick (Blake Berris). As the couple started to say “I do”, Chad (Casey Deidrick) interrupted the wedding by saying she should tell the truth about who the real father of her baby is.
I loved how Doug (Bill Hayes) and Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) arrived just in time for all the drama to go down.
Rafe (Galen Gering) went all caveman on Chad, causing Hope (Kristian Alfonso) to pull them both out into the church foyer. The three missed out on all the drama inside.
In the church, Nick desperately tried to cling to the lie, but Will (Chandler Massey) wouldn’t let him. He revealed to everyone that he is the father of Gabi’s baby. As much as I loathe Gabi’s plot point pregnancy, I’ll admit the climax delivered. READ MORE
Days of Our Lives kicked off its 12,000th episode by having Suzanne Rogers (Maggie) thank viewers for watching.
Nick (Blake Berris), Gabi (Camila Banus) and Will (Chandler Massey) argued about whether Will should be the godfather to his son. Nick continued to be the slime ball he has been for months, in regard to Will being a gay father. He did mange to mask his attitude in concern for the possibility Will being around his son could make the secret get out easier.
Hope (Kristian Alfonso) showed up at Sami’s (Alison Sweeney) house, where Sami and Rafe (Galen Gering) were about to have sex. After the interruption, Rafe left and Hope quickly commented on how happy she was for her niece. READ MORE
Will (Chandler Massey) woke up to breakfast in bed by Sonny (Freddie Smith). Sonny later gave Will a best man’s gift, which turned out to be the key to his home. After Sonny asked Will to move in, Will said he should have given him the key the night before so they could have celebrated all night.
I hope something, or better yet, some man arrives to shake up Sonny and Will soon. They are cute together, but cute is only sustainable for so long.
Take your best Caption This shot at this scene from Wednesday’s Days of Our Lives with Sami (Alison Sweeney), Rafe (Galen Gering), Will (Chandler Massey) and Abby (Kate Mansi) at the church for Gabi (Camila Banus) and Nick’s (Blake Berris) wedding rehearsal.
No. 10: Don Diamont, The Bold and the Beautiful
It takes panache to play a royal douchebag A-hole like The Bold and the Beautiful’s Bill "Dollar Bill" Spencer. Good thing The Young and the Restless refugee Don Diamont has panache for days!
Diamont's ever-present charisma—generally exhibited via a poop-eating-grin— turned what could have been unforgiveable instances for his character (Scheming against Hope and Liam; kissing his postpartum depression-suffering wife's big sister), into opportunities to shine in 2012. No longer does this actor deserve to be called "just another pretty boy" like he was during his early years on Y&R. Sure, the Stallion is still hella pretty, but he can also act.