Forget Justin Timberlake’s SNL skit or Game of Thrones’ shocking season finale, Stefano DiMera (Joseph Mascolo) wants Rafe’s (Galen Gering) Dick in a Box on Days of Our Lives!
Unlike with Game of Thrones’ unfortunate Theon (Alfie Allen), Sami (Alison Sweeney) used the gun Kate (Lauren Koslow) gifted her with to shoot Stefano’s henchman, before he could give the cop the Bobbit treatment.
Everyone and their mother rushed into Rafe’s room. EJ (James Scott) tried to take the gun away from a stunned Sami. Kate wanted to know what had happened. Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) tried to save the henchman, while Gabi (Camila Banus) watched in shock. READ MORE
Days of Our Lives hunks Galen Gering and Greg Vaughan were among the celebrities who attended the 2013 Spike TV Guys Choice Awards at Sony Pictures Studios on June 8. They weren’t the only stars on hand with a connection to soaps. Rapper and One Life to Live super fan Snoop Lion was also there. Check out more photos from the event after the jump! READ MORE
Was Brady Black (Eric Martsolf) really foolish enough to believe Kristen DiMera (Eileen Davidson) would give up on him without a fight — and/or a straitjacket? On Monday's episode of Days of Our Lives, the Kiriakis heir's unhinged ex turned up next to him on the couch at his grandfather's mansion. Henderson's behind should be fired for not locking the front door!
Across town, Brady's stepsister, Sami (Alison Sweeney) was meeting with her Aunt Hope (Kristian Alfonso), while chatting on the phone with her honey sugah, EJ (James Scott). Glad to see EJami isn't letting the nasty break-up of their respective siblings' relationship interfere with their renewed love affair. Now if Samantha Jean will just stop worrying about Kate (Lauren Koslow) being pounded by Rafe (Galen Gering).
Cameron (Nathan Owens) put Chad (Casey Deidrick) on notice about his intentions for Abigail (Kate Mansi), while Chad stood there rocking his bitchin' new hairdo. I have to say, I am much more interested in the storyline involving Jennifer Rose's (Melissa Reeves) other tyke. Jack Jr. (Casey Moss) is a bratty hoot. Get him a girlfriend, STAT! Watch the DAYS recap video after the jump.
Sami (Alison Sweeney) and EJ’s (James Scott) relationship has been doing pretty well lately, but can they overcome Sami’s longstanding tendency to be her own worst enemy? How will EJ take overhearing Sami question Kate’s (Lauren Koslow) love life with Rafe (Galen Gering)? Watch this week’s Days of Our Lives preview after the jump! READ MORE
Both the lives of Will Horton (Chandler Massey) and his infant daughter are in jeopardy on Days of Our Lives. On Wednesday's installment, Sonny (Freddie Smith) managed to deliver his boyfriend's bambino, but the little lady has yet to exercise her lungs. A kid who can't scream? Are we sure she's related to Sami (Alison Sweeney)?
If William and that brat make it out of this whole kidnapping-plus-delivery-in-the-woods saga alive, he owes Sonny breakfast in bed for like six months. Dude had to stick his hands up Gabi's (Camila Banus) va jay jay?! Now that is true love.
Back to Granny Brady, she was off getting into at bitch fight with Great-Granny Kate (Lauren Koslow) over Rafe (Galen Gering). I'm sure EJ (James Scott) would be none-too-thrilled about his baby mama getting so worked up about her comatose ex, but Mr. DiMera was too busy having clandestine meetings with Justin (Wally Kurth) in the park to care.
Do these two fools really think they can take down Stefano (Joe Mascolo)? The Phoenix is likely having a birdcage built for two readied for their behinds.
Over on Smith Island, that nasty, kidnapping, dayplayer, boy-rapist was tormenting Nick (Blake Berris), as Will bled out on the floor. Did Hope (Kristian Alfonso) get there in time to save her trouble-prone little cousins? If she didn't, she should take a switch to that fast, little Ciara's (Lauren Boles) backside, once she gets back to the mainland.
Sidenote: Whoever those Smiths are, I bet they hate they ever sold the late Tom Horton a cabin. Watch the DAYS recap video after the jump!
The Young and the Restless and General Hospital have been benefiting from buzz surrounding their recent anniversaries and regime changes for some time now. The Bold and the Beautiful is offering up more edge-of-your-set drama backstage than onscreen of late; and fans are celebrating the historic-yet-bumpy returns of All My Children and One Life to Live. What about Days of Our Lives? READ MORE