'Days of our Lives' Spoilers (July 23-27, 2018)

Spoiler alert! What happens next on Days of our Lives? Check out the day-to-day spoilers below for the week of July 23-27, 2018 to find out.

Monday, July 23
Stefan makes an emotional appeal to Abigail to keep her baby; Gabi vents to J.J. about the losses she suffered while in prison; Sonny argues with Chad over the way he's running Titan; Jennifer uses her investigative skills to clear J.J.'s name.

Tuesday, July 24
Abigail confesses to Chad she's pregnant with Stefan's child; Hope and Rafe are stunned by Ciara's move to help Ben; Claire plants the seed in Tripp's mind that Ciara might have feelings for Ben; Kayla and Steve hope for the best.

Wednesday, July 25
Chad and Stefan come to blows; Abigail questions Gabi's motives; Will shows Sonny the anonymous letter that implies its author knows that they killed Leo; Kate lashes out at Ted for representing Ben.

Thursday, July 26
Ted confronts Sonny to ask if he had anything to do with Leo's disappearance; Steve and Kayla celebrate a huge milestone; Marlena and John have a special request for Eric and Brady; Will receives another cryptic note.

Friday, July 27
Eve comes face-to-face with Ben; Victor warns Eve that Jennifer is getting closer to the truth; Jennifer talks to Brady about what she's uncovered; Tripp asks Ciara if she's interested in Ben.

1 comment:

  1. I had hoped Ron would do better, but he seems be going down the very well worn tread of plot vs. character. The Leo story is just a force to put Sonny and Will back together, versus a deeper story delves into the three characters connected history.

    The Theresa story was ludicrious. By what means can she care for Tate? How about a measured story that still would have had Brady choose Eve, by acknowledging what Theresa may have dine for them, he has moved on. And Theresa learning to rebuild her life, moving on with J.J. and making a family they each want while using their past to complicate the story?

    So much opportunity wasted. Days does this over and over again.

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