The DAYS spoilers for Monday, July 19, 2021, tease a major party foul, a marriage torn asunder, a long-overdue catfight, and more.
DAYS Spoilers Highlights
Xander Cook (Paul Telfer), never one to let a little thing like being held for questioning by the local constabulary keep him from a party, crashes the soirée being held in honor of Eric Brady (Greg Vaughan) and his wife of one year, Nicole Walker Brady (Arianne Zucker), and informs the man of the hour that he’s come to know Nicole in the biblical sense!
DAYS Spoilers: Heartbreak
DAYS spoilers reveal that Eric asks Nicole if Xander’s accusations are true…and she’ll do something that Nicole isn’t known for — she’ll tell the truth! The disillusioned missionary will make for the nearest exit, leaving behind a stunned assemblage — and his wife. Of course, running out on Nicole seems to be what he’s good at these days.
DOOL Spoilers: Alley Cats
Nicole, in turn, lashes out against Sami Brady DiMera (Alison Sweeney) for orchestrating her downfall – here’s hoping that a multi-tiered cake is nowhere in the vicinity because if Nicole and Eric’s wedding ceremony is any indication, the two women will wind up atop it.
Days of our Lives Spoilers: Hit the Road, Jack
In the aftermath of the metaphorical fireworks, Brady Black (Eric Martsolf) will get to do something that he has long ached to do – no, not steal Chloe Lane (Nadia Bjorlin) out from underneath his uncle Philip Kiriakis (Jay Kenneth Johnson) – fire Xander. After all, he was only tolerating him at the company so that he wouldn’t blab about his one lustful night with Nicole. Now that he has, the gloves come off.
But Xander’s A-okay with that development. Thanks to Sami, he’s got a metal briefcase stuffed full of cash (one million dollars in total), so it’s not as though he needs that position at Titan. Who would have guessed that being indiscrete would be so lucrative?
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