Brady thought he was destined to live his life without Kristen and their daughter Rachel, but when Kristen returned to wish her BFF Lani well before her wedding to Eli, Brady found her and realized they were getting a second chance. He left town to be with them. This left fans wondering — have they seen the last of Brady Black?
Eric Martsolf Reveals His Future
These days, if you have a question for an actor and they happen to be on social media, there’s a good chance you can reach them and ask what you want to know. On Wednesday evening, that’s exactly what happened when Twitter user @BrandonBippus asked Brady’s portrayer, Eric Martsolf, if he would be returning to DAYS.
Anyone who has followed the actor knows he has a great sense of humor. So to answer Brandon’s burning question, “@ericmartsolf when are you coming back to @nbcdays? You haven’t been on it for a while,” Martsolf retweeted the question and simply added the famous gif of Arnold Schwarzenegger from his 1984 science fiction film, The Terminator, in which he said, “I’ll be back.”
That admission was met enthusiastically by fans, especially Brandon who responded, “Can’t wait for you to come back.” Of course, now let the speculation begin — will Brady be back with his daughter? Will Kristen (Stacy Haiduk) be able to return with him? Brady and Kristen do have Lani (Sal Stowers) on their side. Could she find a way to enable Kristen’s return?
Or will there be a breakup, freeing a once-again broken-hearted Brady to return to Salem and his family’s warm embrace? Right now former flame Eve (Kassie DePaiva) has just returned to town and she’s holding Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) hostage after his wedding to Ciara (Victoria Konefal). Brady always seems to go for those unstable women.
Could he return to help Eve through whatever breakdown led her to do this? Sure, she’s always rightly held Ben responsible for her daughter’s death, but even for Eve, this is a bit much. But possibly right up Brady’s alley. Stay tuned to find out. Days of our Lives (DOOL) airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.
— Eric Martsolf (@ericmartsolf) July 29, 2020