The Days of our Lives recap for Wednesday, December 1, 2021, features one of Sami Brady DiMera’s exes coming through for her, Ava Vitali and Gwen Rizczech laying it all on the line for Kristen DiMera, and Lani Price Grant feeling all kinds of sorry for herself.
Days of our Lives Recap Highlights
Hell’s Bells! No sooner has Sami (Alison Sweeney) exited the time room she’s been imprisoned in since August than she’s confronted by yet another door that she can’t unlock.
Luckily, she’s able to snag her jailer’s phone. Unluckily, 9-1-1 operators need her to stand by. So, who else can Sami depend on to rescue her? Why, her twenty-something daughter Allie Horton (Lindsay Arnold), of course!
When Allie gets her mother’s SOS, she’s all kinds of helpful. Translation: she hands her cell over to Lucas and is all, you deal with this. And deal Lucas does. He calms Sami down – or, at least he gets Sami as calm as she’s capable of getting – and talks her through pinpointing her location on her aforementioned jailer’s cell. With that info at hand, Lucas races off into the night, determined to save his lady love!
DAYS Recap: Action Plan
A Backstreet Boy and another day player walk down an alley, and who should they come across, but the Ava Vitali (Tamara Braun), and her terrifying associate The Nanny (no, not Fran Drescher; Emily O’Brien). The women manage to sufficiently scare the men into acting as Kristen’s (Stacy Haiduk) personal chauffeurs, when what they really should be doing is transferring the villainess to Statesville.
DOOL Recap: Strained Relations
So what if Abe Carver (James Reynolds) isn’t really Lani’s (Sal Stowers) bio daddy? It doesn’t make Eli Grant (Lamon Archey) worry, and, truth be told, it doesn’t really bother Abe and Lani that much either. Still, they gotta cry about it before moving forward together.
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