On Days of our Lives, Abigail Deveraux has an amazing knack for getting away with behavior that other people are still being punished for. Abigail committed murder and let another woman go to prison for her crime? Aw, she wasn’t feeling herself.
Days of our Lives: Old Sparks Reignite
Abigail (Marci Miller) had an affair with a married man? Aw, he must have tricked her into it. That married man was EJ DiMera (Dan Feuerriegel). And now, he’s going to be acting against Abigail in the movie his son, Johnny DiMera (Carson Boatman), is making about his grandmother Marlena Evans Black’s (Deidre Hall) life. Will faking reel passion lead to a rerun of real passions? What almost 3,000 fans think will happen:
A little over half of you, 56%, feel certain Abigail will never go down that road again. She was young then, she was innocent – and she actually thought she could take on Sami Brady DiMera (Alison Sweeney). More importantly, Abigail didn’t have Chad DiMera (Billy Flynn) then. He’s her soulmate, and he’s been particularly sweet lately in order to win Abigail back. There’s no reason for Abigail to even give EJ a second glance.
Days of our Lives Devil Horns
Abigail may have no interest in EJ, 35% of the audience counters, but what about the devil. We have no idea what he (she? it?) is doing in Salem, but causing as much trouble as possible definitely seems to be on the agenda. And messing with Abigail’s marriage could be just what he (she? it?) needs to amuse themselves until the main action begins.
Just Like Old Times
Only 9% of viewers think that EJ will be able to turn on the charm and win Abigail back. She’s still not completely over Chad’s affair with Gwen Rizczech (Emily O’Brien). And EJ is still tall. And has that cool Somewhere-In-Europe accent. If she fell for his act once, why wouldn’t she do it again?
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