On Days Of Our Lives, Ciara is at just the beginning of her life — whether you count it from the year she was actually born, 2006, or from the age we’re supposed to assume she is now.
Is it too early for fans to decide who love of it is, was, and always will be? Over 5,000 viewers have us their answers:
Yes, 73% of you have no qualms about shouting from the rooftops. Just because Ciara (Victoria Konefal) is young and inexperienced and, let’s be honest, not very bright, doesn’t mean she couldn’t have found the love of her life already.
Look at Ciara’s mom, Hope (Kristian Alfonso). She was Ciara’s age when she met Bo (Peter Reckell), Ciara’s dad and, oh, yeah, the love of Hope’s life.
Sure, Hope had other men in her life. Some of them were even…diverting. And Bo had other women in his life. But, in the end, it was Bo and Hope, Hope and Bo, what God hath joined together, let no man put asunder.
And it’s the same with Ciara and Ben (Robert Scott Wilson). We know they’re meant to be, they know they’re meant to be. Now it’s just time for Salem — and fate — to get with the program.
Young and Clueless
No one knows anything about life, much less love, when they’re this young, 26% of the audience counters. And Ciara is more damaged than most.
There was the rape by Chase. The disaster of a relationship with Theo (Kyler Pettis), followed by Tripp (Lucas Adams) and Claire’s (Olivia Rose Keegan) head games.
Ciara didn’t know if she was coming or going when she and Ben connected — under extremely stressful circumstances. What they have is an infatuation based on danger and rebellion. That’s not love. It’s…a phase.
Days of our Lives (DOOL) airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.