Days of our Lives Weekly Blog
Carrie beams when Rafe’s in the room, when their hands touch, when she discusses him after sex with Austin. Sounds like transference considering things at home aren’t going so well. Hopefully it won’t go anywhere because Carrie with Rafe wouldn’t be all that exciting and I just got used to Safe.
Austin always has some gah…icky cringe worthy quip after sex and Rafe’s got better hair, so no wonder she’s after him.
Austin: "I think that’s what we should be doing with all of our spare time… instead of talking about work." Ew.
Austin: "Now that's what I call quality relaxation time." Double ew.
Madness over the secret now includes Stefano?
With Nicole twice declaring she wants the type of love that Alice and Tom Horton had, it likely means the couple had a few skeletons in their bedroom. One also ponders if Nicole really is the child in the photo. Is no relationship sacred? Are McPherson and Thomas desecrating the only marriage left on a soap that one can aspire to have? And what bond could Stefano possibly have with Mrs. H? Ew? And why did Jennifer randomly tell Hope she knows for certain the baby in the photo isn’t Daniel, of all people? Why not bring up a few of the Horton names?
What’s really strange is that the photo’s starting to look familiar to me, too.
Is it love this time?
Everybody wants to be loved for themselves, have trust and loyalty. Even a DiMera. Nicole has loved EJ knowing he’s a dirty rat. She’s been relatively loyal, but she has never trusted him. Can you have love without trust? EJ has loved her including her faults but has he trusted her? In soaps people rarely do so we’ll overlook that. Even though she filed for divorce, Nic and EJ could potentially grow together again, but there’s a huge twist coming next week that could put a damper in things.
Here we go again.
John shouldn’t have had a party for the family in a public setting, knowing that he’s been getting death threats. Just wait for Sami to blame him for Johnny going missing when she is the one who took the kids there. Get ready for the ugly cry and the yelling and don’t forget to take some ibuprofen before each episode starting Monday. It’s been a few weeks of bliss and now we’re back to the Sami and EJ show and yet another lame-assed little-boy-lost story. Didn’t Corday say they wouldn’t be writing these repetitive storylines anymore?
Considering the hired sniper didn't actually shoot anyone, is it safe to say he's a DiMera goon or is there yet another incompetent sniper running around Salem?
The love triangle Corday said wouldn’t happen again.
Jenn is still no closer to deciding which man is the right one for her and at this point it almost feels as though dating them both is making things worse. She probably shouldn’t have kissed Jack, but could it expedite her decision?
Take a look at Beth’s wisecracking in the soap opera screen capture section on Soap Opera Fan.
Here’s a taste of SOF's Matt's DOOL Musings. "Blurting out how much he oozed loved for her and wishing to de-pant, she put the kibosh on scratching his itch and set him to blinking mode. Before he could pull anything out, she whipped out some divorce papers to ruin mood."
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These are the “Days” of my week from November 7 – 11:
Mother Nature toyed with Salmites this week with the freak snowstorm. Suspiciously… magically?… there were no remnants of the snow to be found the next day when Daniel and Brady were jogging by the pier. The square. Whatever. It’s all about the square now, which is prettier than the pier, yet still somehow manages to annoy just as much when it’s shown in practically every scene. The highlight of the week was Wednesday’s episode where John claimed under hypnosis to have murdered a man in cold blood and went out for a croissant afterward. Brilliant. Old school. We also saw a lot of lying going on.
Basing a marriage on lies is awesome.
The cutest couple in Salem and one has a huge secret that could break them apart for good. Victor should have told Maggie the truth right away and risked having her turn her back on him, but since this is a soap opera, and we need to keep the storyline going, he and Henderson will likely thrash the story out in the den where anybody can stroll by and overhear.
Still wondering – who is Daniel’s father?
Who has mad hacker skills?
“MamaRosa,” a Soaps.com poster, wondered who is behind the website gambling shenanigans. There hasn’t been much dialogue about this story likely since the regular characters haven’t been a part of it. EJ seems a candidate, considering he’s always got his black glove encased hands in something. Another poster, “HouseTops” suggested it was Caroline. Excuse me, Scaroline. “…she’s computer savvy having switched the paternity test for Parker!” Could be. How else is she paying for those extensive renovations? Other than her some random University guy or someone in the DiMera family, there doesn’t seem to be any other contender.
Lies aren’t the foundation of a good relationship.
Why are the guys hiding the hacking from the girls? Will’s hiding it from Gabi, not that their relationship is going anywhere anyway but Chadsworth is hiding it from Abigail and there doesn’t seem to be a point? To top it off, Chadsworth is sexist? He thinks all women can’t keep their trap shut? He must have gotten that from his Dirtbag DA Daddy. Once Abby learns that Mel knew about the hacking all along, she’ll think something more is going on between these two.