The Days of Our Lives recap for Wednesday, February 5, 2020, features more of three couples making things right and Gabi’s life going all kinds of wrong. Julie had big news for her little family and it shook up Gabi’s entire game. She may even lose the upper hand.
Days of our Lives Recap Highlights
. Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) was going under the knife to replace her pacemaker. Well, this just would not do. Gabi slapped on a sad face and acted all concerned and innocent but once she was alone she called up her people.
The good news is, JJ (Casey Moss) was there and heard it all. The better news is, he reported everything to Lani. The bad news is, they were sure Gabi would do something sinister again. They called it, but can they stop it?
Team Sarah and Xander
Meanwhile, Sarah (Linsey Godfrey) no sooner put her top back on after making out with Eric than took it back off to hop into bed with Xander. This time is different. She put a halt on her session with Eric because she is a woman in love. This time, she was sure she was in bed with the right man.
Unfortunately, baby Mickey had other ideas. The tot woke up and screamed for her mama, effectively ending the romantic evening. Sarah had to tend to the little one. That’s okay, Xander said, he was not going anywhere.
Speaking of the kiddo, everyone who was anyone was getting tested to save her. Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) and Sarah were equally shocked to hear how many people were stepping up, including the evil Kristen (Stacy Haiduk). Wouldn’t it be crazy if the lunatic was a match?
True Love Never Dies
As for Kristen, she was over the moon to have a second chance with Brady. She updated her bestie and Lani was quite pleased too. Kristen’s day got better when Brady stopped by and they officially agreed to try again. Love is love, right?
Eric and Nicole also got hot and heavy. He agreed to come home and they wasted no time hitting the sheets. Things were back to the way they were. Well, mostly, anyway. Days of our Lives (DOOL) airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.