Days of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers hint at a dangerous situation ahead for Ciara Brady (Victoria Konefal) and Tripp Dalton (Lucas Adams). They also deal with Eve Donovan’s (Kassie DePaiva) hypocrisy, and Kristen DiMera’s (Stacy Haiduk) impatience. If you missed it, let’s get to yourDays of Our Lives recap.
Days of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers: Playing with Fire
Tripp is alone with Claire Brady (Olivia Rose Keegan) while Ciara has something to do. Claire uses the opportunity to try and get closer to her obsession, but Tripp isn’t having that. Claire thinks his reluctance to (stupidly) fall back into her arms has to do with telling Eve he framed Ben Weston (Robert Scott Wilson). He denies this, but says that he and Claire can’t be together.
Right now, he’s focused on being there for Ciara. Claire, obviously, throws a fit (and a box or two) upon learning this. She rants about how she can be there for Ciara and other nonsense while Tripp is clearly wishing he could call some nice men in white coats to “be there” for her. Claire somewhat calms herself enough to say she’s going to get out of here before she does something she regrets.
Meanwhile, Ciara’s pretended to be Ben’s lawyer to get past the new guy on desk duty. She wants to fill Ben in on Caroline Brady’s (Peggy McCay) wake and the Claire situation. She tells Ben that she and Tripp will pretend to be a thing so Claire will reveal herself. Ben’s not happy with that, but not out of jealousy, as Ciara thinks. He warns her that this is dangerous, but Ciara is willing to take her chances. She wants Ben cleared and Claire exposed.
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Later on, Eve (who is violating some rights and being way too sarcastic/combative) catches Ciara coming out of the room Ben is (still) in. She wants to know what’s going on. Ciara informs Eve she was there to drop Ben’s key off, because she wants nothing to do with him ever again. She’s already cleared her stuff from his place, and goes out of her way to thank Eve for opening her eyes. This satisfies Eve enough to taunt Ben, but not enough to resist testing Ciara’s story. Lucky for them, Ciara had actually left a key with Ben, on the off chance Eve caught her there to sell the story she planned to use.
Speaking of Eve… after a few episodes of feeling bad for her and actually seeing some good (way deep down) in her, Eve’s back to snake status. This is all thanks to a gloating session with Hope Brady (Kristian Alfonso), where she rubs in how she accomplished what Hope couldn’t—she’s going to make a charge on Ben stick. She actually has to nerve to say Hope should thank her, as she is going to save Hope from suffering the same fate as Eve did: losing a daughter to Ben. She’s made Ciara safe, and we are rolling our eyes so hard, we think damage was done. Right. Because nothing makes a person safer than allowing the two-time attempted murderer who nearly burned said person alive walk, and all to settle a personal score. She can sit down with that dead daughter card now, thanks.
Days of Our Lives spoilers: Feeling frisky
Back at the hospital, there’s continued joy over Will Horton’s (Chandler Massey) recovery after Rex Brady (Kyle Lowder) catches Sarah Horton (Linsey Godfrey) smiling. She claims it’s about Will, but really, she was remembering a moment between her and Eric Brady (Greg Vaughan). Rex says they accomplished that miracle together, and proposes that they use their break period to tie the knot right there. Sarah’s shocked, and says they can’t get married just like that on a ten-minute break. Rex doesn’t see why not, as the rest of the family is already occupied with other things, and her mom hates him.
Meanwhile, Sami Brady (Alison Sweeney) is celebrating the fact that Eric and Nicole Walker (Arianne Zucker) are no longer a thing. She encourages him to go for it with Sarah, who she thinks is great.
Days of Our Lives spoilers: Fight ahead?
The unholy alliance between Kristen and Xander Cook (Paul Telfer) is in danger today. Kristen is still not happy about that autopsy report business and accuses Xander of planning a double cross. After all, why else would he keep the report around? She warns him to keep his loyalties straight, then says he needs to clean up the mess he caused by killing Ted Laurent (Gilles Marini).
Later, Not-Nicole is leaving the room when Hope stops by in search of Ted. She had heard his message about good news involving Nicole and assumed she might know where he is. Not-Nicole claims to have some important business to deal with and hurries away. Hope is confused, and tries to call Ted again. She’s even more confused when she hears a phone ringing from Not-Nicole’s hotel room.