On Days Of Our Lives, the minute Ciara disappeared, Hope just knew that Ben was to blame. When Charlotte went missing, Chad (Billy Flynn) went straight for Stefan (Tyler Christopher). They were both wrong.
When John (Drake Hogysten) did the math on Leo’s (Greg Rikaart) age and the last time John was with his mother, and he asked Diana (Judith Chapman) if Leo was his son. He was right. (So, she says.)
But, in total, do the good people of Salem jump to too many conclusions much too quickly? Here’s how over 4,000 quickly answered:
Yes To the Max
They most definitely, most positively do, 96% of you couldn’t wait to tell us. Remember how Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes) thought Sheila (Tionne TBoz Watkins) was the help on Thanksgiving?
So what if she’d offered Sheila a job, and Sheila had never officially declined, and Eli (Leman Archey) didn’t tell his grandmother he was bringing a guest. It was still Julie’s fault for jumping to conclusions!
And remember how Sheila assumed it would be OK to give ‘John Black’ – really Xander (Paul Tefler) – access to sensitive private information? Bad, Sheila! Next time, ask for ID!
Finally, Rex (Kyle Brandt) just assumed that Jordan (Chrishell Hartley) was merely a damsel in distress rather than a psycho kidnapper and attempted murderer. That cannot possibly end well.
A very tiny 4% wish characters would leap to conclusions more often. Maybe then Sonny (Freddie Smith) would have sent Leo packing before they even went on a first date – and all the trouble that led to.
Jack (Matthew Ashford) would know right away that Eve (Kassie DePaiva) doesn’t have his best interests at heart, and Eric (Greg Vaughan) would know that getting involved with Sarah (Linsey Godfrey) is a very, very bad idea. Go with your gut more, not less, Salemites!
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