Leo Stark couldn’t hide his glee at the thought of lover Craig Wesley finally divorcing that horrible wife he was apparently forced to adore for multiple decades so that he could hurry up and tie the knot with Leo on Days of our Lives.
Days of our Lives Polling
But are Leo’s (Greg Rikaart) feelings for Craig (Kevin Spirtas) genuine? Almost 2,000 of you think you see what’s really going on — in a way that Craig doesn’t:
DOOL: Scam Artist
It wasn’t even close, as 83% of the audience recalled all the other times that Leo was in Salem to run a scam…and you don’t expect this time to be any different. Leo is the man who set up Sonny Kiriakis (Zach Tinker).
He claimed it was out of love. But we all know it was solely for the money. The exact same thing is going on here. And Craig – who once considered himself a great schemer — is too besotted to notice. Kind of makes you think that Nancy Wesley (Patrika Darbo) was the brains behind everything all along, doesn’t it?
Days of our Lives: Screw Up
A more charitable 16% of you are willing to entertain the notion that Leo really does have feelings for Craig. But you also feel pretty confident that he’ll find some way to screw it up, nonetheless.
He was already pretty tempted to cheat with Chad DiMera (Billy Flynn), even if he knew it was a set-up. And running into his heretofore unmentioned good buddy Gwen (Emily O’Brien) is definitely not the way to keep Leo on the straight and narrow.
DAYS: Changed For Good
We couldn’t even get 1% to agree that Craig’s love has changed Leo. Now, some of that might be Leo’s fault. But, on the other hand, maybe even Leo understands that a man who could so heartlessly cheat on a woman who has done nothing but love and support him for 30 years, is a man who won’t stick with Leo for too long, either. So why go changing, just to please him?
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