The Days of our Lives recap for Thursday, August 19, 2021, features Allie Horton dreaming an unsettling little dream, DiMera brothers EJ and Chad disagreeing on how to best handle Johnny DiMera, and Ben Weston coming clean to Ciara Brady Weston about a past indiscretion.
Days of our Lives Recap Highlights
Color Allie (Lindsay Arnold) shocked. She’s having sex dreams about Tripp Johnson (Lucas Adams) AND Chanel Dupree (Raven Bowens)… wonder what that means? Luckily for Allie, Chanel has found herself a new person to crush on – though how they’ll both react to said person being Allie’s twin brother Johnny (Carson Boatman) remains to be seen!
DAYS Recap: Familial Discord
Don’t expect to see EJ DiMera (Dan Feuerriegel) winning any Father of the Year contests anytime soon. His attempts to manipulate Johnny into accepting a job at DiMera Enterprises failed spectacularly – as did his attempts to persuade Chad DiMera (Billy Flynn) to help bring Johnny into the fold.
DOOL Recap: Honesty Is The Best Policy
In the spirit of complete honesty, Ciara (Victoria Konefal) explained to Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) that she and Theo Carver (Cameron Johnson) had never been intimate; and in that same spirit, Ben confessed to having kissed Claire Brady (Isabel Durant). But Ciara was a real sport about the whole thing. After all, she really had been a stone-cold bitch during her period as an amnesiac, so who is she to judge?
Opposite the honesty, Claire apologized to Theo for helping to ruin his wedding, and after a good long sulk, he forgave her. And because he bears her no ill will, he threw in a job offer for good measure. The only catch? Claire’s gotta be prepared to pack a bag and leave for Johannesburg in a few hours’ time! Claire was all for it — but admitted she needed to talk it over with her family first.
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