The Days of Our Lives recap for Tuesday, October 29, 2019, features a rogue princess, a bitter doctor, and a sickening plot going off the rails.
Days of our Lives Recap Highlights
It took mere minutes for Rafe (Galen Gearing) to put all the pieces together. He ate Jordan’s cupcake and now has cyanide in his system. It didn’t take a genius to figure out how he was poisoned. But why? There was no way he was the target.
Jordan (Chrishell Hartley) realized she was in big trouble and decided to run as fast and far as she could. However, when she went to leave JJ (Casey Moss) was snooping around the house and tried to take baby David. Jordan knocked him out, grabbed her son, and tried to get out of town. She just had to make one little stop first.
Rafe wasn’t the only one to figure it all out. Everything also fell into place for Ciara (Victoria Konefal) and Ben (Robert Scott Wilson). She found the poison vial in his jacket and quickly realized who put it there.
That find, along with a story about Ari switching the cupcake names had her reeling. Ben went to find his sister and ordered Ciara to go home and lock all the doors. Ciara thought she was safe but one knock on the door had her world spinning. She opened it up to find Jordan and David on the other side.
The Heart Wants What It Wants
Hope’s (Kristian Alfonso) transformation was complete and Princess Gina went on her first mission. She headed straight to John’s apartment.
Luckily, a moment with Ari talking about princess reminded Gina what she had to lose. She put on her best Hope persona and acted like everything was normal.
Days of Our Lives Recap: A Dangerous Doc
All the while, Rolf (William Utay) was worried about her running off and ran around town to track her down. He found her but not before getting into it with Jen over his flash drive.
Once Rolf got Gina back to the warehouse he made it clear she can’t act like her royal self, at least not yet. The Princess must be protected at all costs. Days of our Lives (DOOL) airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.