The Days of our Lives Spoilers for December 16-20, 2019 reveal a no good, very bad day for Princess Gina, Eve getting some bragging rights, trouble for the Kiriakis men, and a whole lot more.
Days of our Lives Spoilers Highlights
First poor Eve (Kassie DePaiva) had to shoulder the blame for Jennifer’s (Melissa Reeves) fall and now a second doctored tape implicates Doctor Rolf (William Utay) as the person who helped Mrs. Horton up and over the restaurant’s balcony.
When “Hope” (Kristian Alfonso) doesn’t jump at the chance to chase after her cousin’s assailant, major red flags are raised in Rafe’s (Galen Gering) mind but he manages to hold his suspicions at bay as he and other officers storm Rolf’s room at the Salem Inn.
Meanwhile, Princess Gina returns to her digs where roommate John (Drake Hogestyn) has been given an ultimatum by the missus — kick Hope out or else!
And he does exactly that, which devastates Princess Gina. But an even more serious blow follows when she gages his interest in her on a purely romantic level and gets shut down hard.
Dejected, Princess Gina returns to the warehouse she shares with SteVano (Stephen Nichols) only to find him missing. Moments later, Rafe is at the door with a gun and soon he makes his way inside.
After learning about Sonny’s (Freddie Smith) smooch with Evan (Brock Kelly), Will (Chandler Massey) uses his husband’s latest visit to ask for a divorce — and Sonny doesn’t put up much of a fight.
Odds, Ends, And Eve
In other Salem news, a vindicated Eve makes a decision about her future, Sarah (Linsey Godfrey) gets a surprise from Xander (Paul Telfer), Clyde (James Read) reams Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) out for betraying him, and Ciara’s (Victoria Konefal) actions cause Victor (John Aniston) to grow suspicious.
Meanwhile, it’s going to be a busy week for Kate who begins to feel guilty for her part in SteVano’s deception — but perhaps not guilty enough considering she purposefully gets under Kayla’s (Mary Beth Evans) skin. How does Princess Gina even feel about Kate with Steffy?
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