So much for being a noble good guy. Poor Justin (Wally Kurth) was supposed to be a married man by now but instead, he told his bride-to-be, Kayla (Mary Beth Evans), that her ex-husband, Steve (Stephen Nichols), still loved her.
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With no woman by his side and no place to call home, he’s going to have to pick himself up by the bootstraps and reinvent himself. There are several ways to keep the character front and center in the storyline, and here are a few of hem.
Justin: Into the Boardroom
Why is it Justin never puts up a fight for control of Titan Enterprises? It’s always Brady (Eric Martsolf) or Xander (Paul Telfer) vying for the CEO job. Justin has long been his uncle Victor’s (John Aniston) most devoted family member.
Plus, he’s smart and a lawyer, and, over the years, has shown that he can be ruthless if necessary. They’re all qualities that would make him a shrewd and powerful corporate leader. It’s time Justin lobby to be head of Titan, and Victor rewards him with the position.
Here Come the Sons
Although Sonny (Freddie Smith) has been the only one of Justin’s children to surface in Salem, he actually has three others. There’s his son, Alexander, from his affair with Anjelica, as well as adopted twins Victor and Joseph.
Perhaps it’s time one, two, or all three of them arrive in town. It would keep Justin on the forefront in the dad seat and really rev things up if one of the three kids turned out to be a bit of a bad boy. Adding a couple of young Kiriakises to the mix would revitalize the whole clan.
On the Lady Front
There was a time Justin dated Eve (Kassie DePaiva), and with the character headed back to town, that relationship could be rekindled. Or, even better, Justin could find himself drawn to his late wife Adrienne’s lookalike, Bonnie.
Granted, she’s nothing like the Adrienne that Justin knew and loved, but now that he’s down, out and alone, he could fall prey to her – at least for a while. It would certainly provide for some great comedic scenes if nothing else. Days of our Lives (DOOL) airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.