On Days of Our Lives, JJ had been waffling around with absolutely nothing to do for nearly a year. After learning Lani’s baby wasn’t his, all he could do was be Theresa’s savior, but we knew that wasn’t going to last long since Jen Lilley wasn’t back for long.
So, JJ (Casey Moss) quit being a cop, became an ENT and seemed to be wallowing in self-pity until he was able to act as the savior once again when something happened on New Year’s Eve he never expected.
He found a nurse at the hospital who had overdosed on pills and it brought him right back to the night one year before when he nearly took his own life with a gun before Gabi (Camila Banus) saved him.
At first JJ and Haley (Thia Megia)were knight in shining armor and damsel in distress who wanted no help. But, when her sister kicked her out and she needed a place to live, Haley became like Theresa and moved on in with JJ. Now, things are turning romantic, but should they? How almost 10,000 feel.
Yes, we loved them, says 63% of you. You’re enjoying the timely topic of undocumented immigrants wanting to stay in a country they consider their home. After all, Haley works and is a contributing member of society. Shouldn’t she get a chance to make things right with the law?
Plus, they have chemistry and are absolutely adorable together. What can be better than that?
A lot, says the other 37% of you who see nothing adorable about them. In fact, your find their relationship to be quite contrived and boring.
Why does JJ always feel the need to be a savior? Why did Haley never received intensive therapy after trying to kill herself and then be allowed near pharmaceuticals again as partof her job within weeks?
They just don’t work for you and you hope DAYS just moves on from this soon.
Days of our Lives (DOOL) airs weekdays on NBC. Check your local listings for airtimes.