The DAYS spoilers recap for Tuesday, March 1, 2022, features JoDevil being challenged from within, Craig Wesley making his position clear, and TR Coates making inroads with Paulina Price.
DAYS Spoilers Recap Highlights
After dropping the bomb that was Allie Horton (Lindsay Arnold) and Chanel Dupree’s (Raven Bowens) one night stand, JoDevil (Carson Boatman) took his lumps, courtesy of a seriously enraged Chanel, and retired to the DiMera manse.
There, something unexpected happened — Johnny tried to take back control. JoDevil’s promise to slaughter Charlotte and Thomas wound up winning him this particular battle…but the war has only just begun!
Meanwhile, Allie blubbered out an apology, but Tripp Johnson (Lucas Adams) wasn’t having it. No-siree-Bob! He made it clear that he’d never trust Allie’s lying-by-omission behind ever again. Then, he demanded the return of his grandmother’s wedding ring. Ouch!
Days of our Lives Recap: Judgement Day
Despite their own past sins, of which there are legion, Chloe Lane (Nadia Bjorlin) and Brady Black (Eric Martsolf) saw fit to pass judgment on Leo Stark (Greg Rikaart)…and they’re probably entirely justified, but that’s not the point!
Though thrown that he didn’t know his little chipmunk had reigned down Hell upon a few (let’s face it, deserving) Salemites, Craig (Kevin Spirtas) refused to dump Leo on the spot. In point of fact, he dredged up some mistakes from his own past in order to draw a parallel.
DOOL Spoilers Recap: A New Man
Can a leopard truly change its spots? Can a baddie truly reform? Paulina (Jackée Harry) isn’t so sure. But damn if TR (William Christian) isn’t making her think. Sure, the flower arrangement he sent, and the attached card left a lot to be desired, but he did offer a seemingly sincere apology. Should Paulina forgive and forget?
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