Danger has returned to Salem and DAYS spoilers suggest the Devil has a very specific agenda this time around, having found a way to get into Doug Williams before eventually settling into his favorite host — Dr. Marlena Evans.
DAYS Spoilers: Devilish Games
But what does the Devil really want, what is he really up to? And who will pay the ultimate price? Almost 3,000 fans have a prediction of exactly where this will go next:
Paulina Price (Jackée Harry) claimed her ex-boyfriend was the devil. It’s why she ran away and gave up Lani Price Grant (Sal Stowers) to her sister to raise. Well, if he’s the devil, then doesn’t it make sense that he came to town to expose Paulina’s secret, 47% of you venture? Abe Carver (James Reynolds) will never forgive Marlena Evans (Deidre Hall) for blowing up his family and his world – whether it was her fault or not.
DAYS Spoilers: Ready For My Close Up
Hollywood is a pretty sinful place, and now we know why. The devil is in charge of movie development. Any project that gets funded has evil reasons, 29% of the audience figures, and now the devil is in Salem to fund Johnny DiMera’s (Carson Boatman) movie.
EJ Dimera won’t do it. John Black (Drake Hogestyn) won’t do it. What’s a poor multimillionaire heir to do…but turn to the devil. Lucifer hasn’t liked how he’s been portrayed in the past. This is basically a public relations campaign. With a dumb kid as the fall guy.
The only thing the devil has ever wanted is Marlena, 24% of voters remind. He wanted her 25 years ago, he still wants her now. And he wants her all to himself. Which means getting John out of the picture. The devil doesn’t care about genocide, or natural disasters, or pandemics. The devil only cares about a middle-aged shrink in a small Midwestern town. And getting her to love him. The devil is basically a teen with a crush. And infinite power.
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