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Spoilers for the Week of December 18, 2017

12/22/2017 04:18 pm

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Week of December 18:

Days promo: JJ Says Goodbye to Jenn

Monday December 18:

Days Recap: Abe vows to get justice

jj-gets-word-from-internal-affairs-days-jjJJ learns the results of the Internal Affairs investigation into Theo’s shooting.

Abe gets bad news regarding Theo.

Ciara opens up to Hope.

Kayla and Tripp share a warm moment.

Tuesday December 19:

Days Recap: Brady and Victor work together

brady-victor-argue-days-jjJohn surprises Marlena with a romantic gift.

Will asks Paul if they can be friends.

Eve overhears an argument between Brady and Victor.

Kate and Eve battle over Gabi’s company.

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Wednesday December 20:

Days Recap: JJ prepares to take his own life

A guilt-ridden JJ writes letters to his loved ones and gives away his possessions as he prepares to take a drastic step.

JJ recalls fond memories of his friends and family, including Jennifer, Jack, and Abigail.

More: Matthew Ashford returns to Days

Thursday December 21:

Days Recap: Gabi talks JJ down, and Ciara breaks Claire’s ornament

It’s Christmas Eve in Salem. Claire and Ciara cause a commotion during the traditional hanging of the Horton ornaments.

Chad and Abigail have a romantic night.

Eli supports Lani, who is then encouraged by Valerie not to give up on JJ.

Doug and Julie reach out to Abe.

More: Days alum Heather North, voice of Scooby Doo’s Daphne, dead at 71

Friday December 22:

Days recap: Sonny Reminds Will of Their Life Together, As Brady Kisses Eve

A surprising couple makes love.

Will asks Sonny about their past.

Jennifer makes an emotional appeal to Abe to forgive JJ.

Brady moves forward with a plan to neutralize Eve.

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