Ciara (Victoria Konefal) and Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) rescued Julie and rushed her to Salem University Hospital but after an examination by Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) the prognosis was grim.
The attack had left Julie’s heart too weak to properly circulate the blood throughout the rest of her body. And since Julie’s age precludes her from getting on the transplant list it’s now a matter of when — not if — she will pass on.
Sarah (Linsey Godfrey) had been feeling quite run down as of late and then she starts to violently vomit in the early hours of the morning, She’s sure it’s a virus but when Xander (Paul Telfer) mentioned she might be, pregnant Sarah hightailed it to the hospital for a blood test. And just like that, it’s official: Sarah is an expectant mother.
According to Vivian, “a cat has nine lives but a bitch only has one.” So that’s terrible news for Kate (Lauren Koslow) whom Vivian corners at the Salem park and then forces into the nearby graveyard.
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Vivian positions her prey in front of a freshly dug plot and fires a shot. The injured Kate fell into the hole and a giddy Vivian began to shovel in the dirt.
Now determined to rid his granddaughter Ciara of her serial killer paramour, Victor (John Aniston) had Xander kidnap Ben and bring him back to the mansion. When the young man refused to stop seeing Ciara — and dared to refer to the Kiriakis patriarch as “Gramps” — Victor ordered Xander to kill.
But since Xander is trying to do better Victor had to take the matter into his own hands — literally — and began to strangle Ben with a necktie (a little on the nose their eh Victor?). Days of our Lives airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.