Days of Our Lives 17 - 21 August

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Nicole remembers finding a huge sum of money at the Martin House party and is convinced she must have left it in Eric's room… and they figure out who it belongs to. Steve and Kayla continue to encourage Tripp to go to medical school. Another "error" of Kayla's forces the hospital to suspend her.  

Abigail listens in as Nicole confronts Dario about the money. Maggie encourages Brady not to be angry at Eric about kissing Nicole. But when Brady goes to apologize, he’s unsettled to discover Nicole with Eric…

Jade almost tells Tripp that Joey’s the one who killed Ava, not Kayla…  but then pulls back. Tripp feels guilty that Kayla might lose her license… Steve tells Kayla he thinks someone might be framing her and investigates…

Marlena hypnotizes Sonny to jog his memory about the night of Deimos’s murder. Hope and Rafe get a little closer to discovering who may have killed Deimos. Abigail asks Andre to secretly help her find out more about Dario’s illegal dealings. 

With Theo’s help, Abigail discovers Dario’s secret. Adrienne and Jennifer make one last pitch to save the paper and to their astonishment a banker, Mr. Helms, agrees to intervene. Steve also is on track to prove that someone is setting Kayla up at the hospital. He confides in Tripp it may be Nurse Shelly. 

Chad tells Lucas and Kate that he knows the culprit who is responsible for the hack of Countess W, but refuses to share the identity. Abigail shows Dario the flash drive Theo gave her to prove she knows Dario hacked CW. 

Marlena appears to be in an unholy alliance with Anjelica… until it’s revealed to be Hattie Adams! Justin almost slips up about he saved the day regarding the Spectator with Adrienne, who thinks Lucas is the real hero.  Adrienne confides to Justin she’s fearful maybe Sonny really could have killed Deimos.

Days of Our Lives air on e.tv from Mondays to Fridays at 16h45

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