Days of Our Lives 3 - 7 August


The party is over as everyone finds themselves in strange predicaments. They all try to piece together what happened during the celebration. Gabi makes a shocking discovery. Raines shows up and takes in the scene.  

The fallout from the party at the Martin House continues. Off Lani’s testimony, Marlena is brought in to help. Hope is taken to the hospital. Tripp uses this incident to further his plan to destroy Kayla. 

Abigail and Jennifer bolster JJ, convinced that he was not capable of murdering Deimos. Chad, meanwhile, can’t stop thinking about Abigail and their kiss. Gabi confesses to Rafe about how she felt about JJ while she was under the influence of Halo. Rafe then reveals his own romantic impulses that carried him away.  

Chad and Gabi become surprise witnesses to Abigail and Dario’s wedding as Abe officiates. Tripp moves forward with his plan to ruin Kayla. Steve asks Roman to consult with him and Black Patch. Eric tells Roman he had a bad experience with Nicole the night of the party.  

Kayla, Steve and Tripp go to the hospital where they learn there was a mistake made regarding one of Kayla’s patients. Kayla’s distressed, doesn’t know how she could have made the errors. Rafe whisks Hope away for a private picnic, where he’s planning to pop the question, but Julie interrupts.

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

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