The Days of our Lives spoilers for December 21-25, 2020, tease a flurry of Yuletide merriment, impending births, and so much more!
Days of our Lives Spoilers Highlights
Shawn (Brandon Beemer) and Belle (Martha Madison) celebrate Christmas Eve by throwing an impromptu wedding for themselves. Marlena (Deidre Hall) serves as officiant, just as she had planned to before Jan (Heather Lindell) ruined the initial attempt.
Despite the lack of formality and finery and an interruption by Sami (Alison Sweeney) via transatlantic phone call, the ceremony proves to be everything that the couple could hope for and more.
Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) is welcomed with open arms by the Horton family and receives the ultimate sign of acceptance: a specially-crafted Christmas ornament. Though he struggles to do so, Ben manages to place his bauble next to Ciara’s (Victoria Konefal)…expertly guided by the spirit hands of his lost love.
A Man of (Poor) Action
Charlie (Mike Manning) gladly accepts Claire’s (Isabel Durant) invitation to spend time with her and her family on Christmas Eve, if only because it allows him to momentarily break away from Ava (Tamara Braun), whom he is holding against her will!
But soon after his arrival, Charlie is forced to make nice with Allie (Lindsay Arnold), the woman that HE raped. Off that uncomfortable encounter, Charlie feigns illness and makes a hasty exit.
The holiday celebration at the Kiriakis mansion is marred by the arrival of two certain guests. First, Justin (Wally Kurth) displeases his elders by inviting Bonnie (Judi Evans), and then Xander (Paul Telfer) appears with a surprise date in tow.
DAYS Odds and Ends
In other Salem news, Nicole (Arianne Zucker) spends her Christmas with someone unexpected, Joey (James Lastovic) informs his parents about his plans for the future, Marlena encourages John (Drake Hogestyn) to work things out with Steve (Stephen Nichols), and Allie makes a difficult confession to Sami.
Meanwhile, after being brought back together by Doug (Bill Hayes) and Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes), Cupid’s emissaries, Lani (Sal Stowers) and Eli (Lamon Archey) prepare for the birth of their twins…and they’re given a big assist by Mamma Grant (Vanessa Williams).
Finally, Gwen (Emily O’Brien) sets a plot in motion, Brady (Eric Martsolf) invites Chloe out for New Year’s Eve, and Will (Chandler Massey) returns to town for a visit – and is immediately thrust into the role of peacekeeper when Kate (Lauren Koslow) goes after Tripp (Lucas Adams). Days of our Lives airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.