Thanks to Mama Kate Roberts, Philip Kiriakis is on the lam, pretending to be dead so the truth doesn’t come out about him trying to frame Brady Black for his own Days of our Lives murder.
A Triumphant Days of our Lives Return
You got that. But Philip (Jay Kenneth Johnson) can’t stay hidden forever. He’ll have to return eventually. When would be a good time for his triumphant – or quisling – return? What almost 3,000 voters are hoping for:
Getting It Together
Philip was not…well…at the time of his leaving. He had gone crazy with jealousy over Chloe Lane (Nadia Bjorlin) and Brady Black (Eric Martsolf). He wasn’t thinking straight, and Kate Roberts (Lauren Koslow) thought Philip needed some time to calm down and regroup. Which 28% of you agree with. Philip can come back when he’s ready. Who cares if other people suffer in the interim. Self-care!
Days of our Lives Killer Vibes
In the case of someone – say, Brady – going on trial for Philip’s “murder,” the decent thing for Philip to do would be to return and make the entire charge moot, a slightly smaller 26% of the audience is suggesting. But until then, enjoy Tahiti…or wherever.
A calmed-down Philip is a boring Philip, 25% counter, proving how close the vote was. We want Philip back and a complete lunatic disaster. He’s always been insecure, whether it was about Daddy Victor Kiriakis’s (John Aniston) love, Belle Black’s (Martha Madison), love or…whoever. The point is, bring him back, but bring him back unrecovered…and unrepentant.
Last Days of our Lives Minute
Right now, Chloe and Brady are telling anyone who asks that they’re just friends. Nothing romantic going on, nope, nothing to see here. But how long will that last? We’re predicting…not long. Which would be the ideal time to bring back Philip, according to 21% of viewers.
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