‘Days of Our Lives’ Weekly Spoilers Monday 10/07-Friday 10/11: Unbearable Heartbreak For Stabi – Gabi Forced To Make Crushing Decision, Donate Stefan’s Heart To Save Julie’s Life!

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'Days of Our Lives' Weekly Spoilers Monday 10/07-Friday 10/11: Unbearable Heartbreak For Stabi - Gabi Forced To Make Crushing Decision, Donate Stefan's Heart To Save Julie's Life!

‘Days of Our Lives’ (DOOL) spoilers for the week of Monday, October 7 to Friday, October 11 find even more drama than ever before for some of our favorite characters in Salem. This week will see plenty of heartache, sneaky moves, major surprises, and of course, a huge announcement that won’t sit well with many people at all. Here’s what you need to know.

‘Days of Our Lives’ Weekly Spoilers Breakdown: Monday, October 7

Gabi Hernandez (Camila Banus) is devastated to learn that her husband Stefan DiMera (Brandon Barash) won’t make it after he was fatally shot by Lani Price (Sal Stowers) in crossfire. Kayla Brady (Mary Beth Evans) has a new solution on how she can save Julie Williams (Susah Seaforth Hayes) before it’s too late, but it will be up to Gabi to make the final decision. Also, realizing that everything she once had is now gone while also blaming herself for her son’s death, Vivian Alamain (Robin Strasser) makes a run for it.

‘Days of Our Lives’ Weekly Spoilers Breakdown: Tuesday, October 8

Realizing that the truth will come out sooner rather than later, Brady Black (Eric Martsolf) will tell Victor Kiriakis (John Aniston) that Kristen DiMera (Stacy Haiduk) is indeed carrying his baby. This won’t go over very well with Victor to say the least. Eve Donovan (Kassie De Paiva) can’t help but wonder if there are better things out there for her as she prepares to leave Salem once and for all.

Ben Weston (Robert Scott Wilson) is being tormented by his sister as he keeps on getting horrible nightmares about her. Also, there’s speculation that Vivian’s quick escape might mean that there might be another Stefan DiMera waiting in the wings.

‘Days of Our Lives’ Weekly Breakdown: Wednesday, October 9

Ciara Brady (Victoria Konefal) puts herself in a rather dangerous situation when she is in close quarters with the woman who just tried to kill her, Jordan Ridgeway (Chrishell Hartley). She’s convinced that it was Jordan who tried to run her over outside of the pub. Speaking of Jordan, she is going to start a new friendship with none other than Kristen DiMera. Knowing how these two women always have dangerous motives, they are surely going to cause a lot of trouble together.

‘Days of Our Lives’ Weekly Breakdown: Thursday, October 10

Hope Brady (Kristian Alfonso) will struggle to run away from Dr. Rolf (William Utay), with speculation that Princess Gina might be coming back. However, Rolf’s plan is much bigger than kidnapping. Needless to say, Hope still finds herself pretty freaked out about it. Elsewhere, Ben Weston (Robert Scott Wilson) is so worried about Ciara Brady (Victoria Konefal) that he tells Victor Kiriakis (John Aniston) all about how Jordan Ridgeway (Chrishell Hartley) almost killed her outside of the pub.

‘Days of Our Lives’ Weekly Breakdown: Friday, October 11

Doug Williams and the rest of the family prepare to say goodbye to Julie Williams (Susan Seaforth Hayes) one last time. Eli Grant (Lamon Archey) manages to discover Hope Brady (Kristian Alfonso) in the unlikeliest of places. She sees her passed out at the chapel of the hospital and wakes her up. She’s clearly upset but luckily nothing happened to her. Unfortunately, Eli is distracted over the fact that Julie Williams is dying and that’s why he is begging Gabi Hernandez (Camila Banus) to give Stefan’s heart to her.

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