The Days of Our Lives recap for February 3-7 features two evil plans crumbling under their own weight, three estranged couples making up for lost time, and so much more.
Days of Our Lives Recap Highlights
If there’s one thing that Stefano is never in short supply of, it’s chutzpah! Not only was he sure that he could convince Marlena (Deidre Hall) to fall in love with Steve Johnson (Stephen Nichols) he was also just as certain he could talk her round to loving the “real him.”
You know, despite the whole “You locked me in a cage” scenario. And the whole kidnapping Eric (Greg Vaughan) and Sami (Alison Sweeny) when they were babies. And that time he held her hostage alongside a pregnant Liz Chandler. And the less said about that whole trying to have a guard toss her out a window incident the better.
But unlucky for Stefano, his Queen of the Night is actually in Prague rescuing the love of her life from Princess Gina (Kristian Alfonso). “Step away from him you BITCH!” Turns out the woman he’s been pouring out his..we guess…heart to has been Hattie Addams. Now all her shouting about how “It’s always been Roman” makes sense!
Nicole: “Are you sure you can really forgive me?” Eric: “Didn’t we just have this conversation?” Yes, yes you did Eric (Greg Vaughan). But, you have to recap in case any viewer missed that particular development.
To reiterate, Eric and Nicole (Arianne Zucker) have reunited, Brady (Eric Martsolf) and Kristen (Stacy Haiduk) are taking their first tentative steps towards reconciliation, and Xander (Paul Telfer) and Sarah (Linsey Godfrey) are back to being a couple despite her locking lips with Eric “half an hour ago.”
Ben: “I’m scheduled to be executed by lethal injection in three weeks.” In what state is Salem set? Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) has been in prison for maybe a year, his final appeal was just denied, and he already has an execution date?
Julie: “I can’t tell you how thrilled and touched I am that you want me to officiate.” All the better to keep you and your rigged-to-explode pacemaker near me thought Gabi (Camila Banus).
But the Widow DiMera’s grand scheme might be about to blow up in her face, considering the fact that Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) is “Getting a whole new pace maker. The whole enchilada.”
“Dear Mr. Hernandez, we are writing to alert you to an issue concerning the background check of David’s caregiver, Evan Frears.” Welp, that pretty much answers the questions,”Who Killed Jordan?” and “Who’s David’s Biological Father?” yes?
Brady: “Actually, I didn’t need to be tested. I was still on the national bone marrow registry from when Chloe had leukemia.” Raise your hand if you remembered that nugget of history. Anyone?
Brady: “What if you had gotten behind the wheel and tried to drive yourself to the hospital? Trust me…putting yourself to bed was the best thing you could have done for Sarah. A) Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) did indeed get in a car that night and b) RIP Daniel Jonas.
“Little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet, her dress all tattered and torn. But it wasn’t the spider, who set down beside her, but Little Boy Blue with his horn.” Are we the only ones who would stand in line and fork over the $19.99 to purchase the Xander Cook – pardon, Xander Kiriakis — authored Big Book of Butchered Rhymes?