Now is not exactly a great time for romance on Days Of Our Lives. Nicole (Arianne Zucker) returned from the dead only to learn that her daughter, Holly, had been kidnapped. Now, the little girl is presumed dead.
Of course, Brady (Eric Martsolf) is happy to feed Nicole’s need to blame Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin), Eric (Greg Vaughn), even Sarah (Linsey Godfrey) for it.
We understand that she’s a grieving mother who has just been through a terribly traumatic few months. But, really, does she need to be so grating about it?
Brady seems to be one of the few people who can get through to her. Would it be a good idea for the pair to rekindle their romance? What almost 5,000 decided:
We ain’t missing them at all, according to 77% of the audience. Sure, they were cute playing house in Canada for a while there. Brady with Tate, Nicole with Holly.
But, the happy family vibe ended pretty quickly after Nicole started panting over Brady’s brother — and Brady blackmailed her into staying away from Eric by threatening to reveal that she’d killed Deimos (Vincent Irizarry).
Whatever charm and romance they’d ever had together, was gone. And you have no interest in watching them try to get it back.
They were adorable together, 23% of you counter! It’s always fun when bad boy meets bad girl and they get each other in a way no good – – we’re looking at you, ex-Father Eric — boy ever could. There’s less judgment, more acceptance, plus periodic smirking.
You miss the smirking. You miss them living their best lives, no matter what anyone else might think. You had big plans for Salem’s newest power couple, and you’d like the chance to resurrect them. People who live in glass houses, shouldn’t throw Bricoles.
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