The Days of our Lives recap for Wednesday, October 6, 2021, features the return to Salem of the most beautiful woman known to Brady Black, Steve “Patch” Johnson becoming a cover boy, and Gwen Rizczech coming through for Xander Cook – big time!
Days of our Lives Recap Highlight
Having nursed her worst-behaved daughter to her bitter end, Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) returns to Salem and her reward – the realization that Victor Kiriakis (Jon Aniston) hasn’t been at all honest with her about many of the goings-on. Quelle surprise! Luckily, Brady (Eric Martsolf) was on hand to set the record straight: Chloe Lane (Nadia Bjorlin) is dating Philip Kiriakis (Jay Kenneth Johnson), not him…more’s the pity.
DAYS Recap: The Face That Launched A Thousand Immunizations
Dr. Kayla Brady Johnson (Mary Beth Evans) and Tripp Johnson (Lucas Adams) need a persnickety, though still, photogenic elder to be the face of their Get Your Flu Shot campaign…and who be more persnickety, though still photogenic than the former’s husband, and the latter’s father?
DOOL Recap: Dishonorable Honor
Much to Justin Kiriakis’s (Wally Kurth) chagrin, Xander (Paul Telfer) and Gwen (Emily O’Brien) initiated Operation Blackmail Judge Smails (Richard Steinmetz). Much to the trio’s delight, the plan worked perfectly. Much to Justin’s dismay, it’s now up to him to blackmail Smails with the recording of his debauched bargaining.
Days of our Lives Recap: Past Imperfect
Ava Vitali (Tamara Braun) may not be the type to poison a breakfast muffin and hand it over to an enemy, but she is the type to hand over confidential information that her partner-in-crime can use to blackmail a hated rival.
Now, the ball is firmly in Gabi Hernandez’s (Camila Banus) court. She can either cede control of GabiChic to Philip or, she can watch her beau, Jake DiMera (Brandon Barash) be imprisoned for MURDER!
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