Days of Our Lives Spoilers for April 30-May 1.
Sami and Rafe argue. He explains EJ’s mind to her and analyzes the situation. Although Rafe’s given up another job for Sami, it seems for naught. “I guess we do have a really big problem,” she concedes. He threatens to walk out. She refuses to let him. He offers to walk out. Sami tells him to go and refuses to let him. He finally does. As he drifts through Salem’s lovely scenery, down past the clam chowder district, the marina where the hit men hang out and the fishing hole where the maids catch the DiMeras’ fish breakfasts, he winds up at the pier. Almost instantly, he reunites with Arianna, the woman from his past who he consistently managed to avoid bumping into. “It looks like I found you again just in the nick of time,” she says. They quickly get close again. Meanwhile, Sami turns back to her ever-present ex-husband and tells Lucas to keep her secret to himself. If ordering him around wasn’t enough, she also uses him as a therapist and admits that, “Rafe’s not here… because I think I scared him away.”
Over at the hospital, Stephanie wants Philip to go away to Greece with her. He’s not interested in sightseeing. Across town, EJ gets a disturbing sight of his own. While attempting a bedroom romp with Nicole, he has visions of Sami. His wife worries about what’s up with him but he says it’s none of her business. Further disturbances creep in to spoil the mood. Complicating things even more, Signor Masi calls to tell Junior he’s about to finish the job. “You listen to me. Whatever you have planned… stop it!” EJ barks, but the phone connection is so bad, who knows if Masi made it out. Elvis finally gets an e-mail about Dr. Baker and it looks like things are even shadier than he suspected.
Over at the pub, Max keeps promising Chelsea he won’t be running off on her. It turns out, she may have to do the running. After snooping around on the hospital’s computer system and getting ratted out by Melanie, she gets a ghastly phone call from England. “My mom was in an accident,” she explains. Max gasps and grips her, but that won’t hold her still. “This is my mother we’re talking about. I’m not just gonna stay here when I know she needs me there,” Chelsea tells her grandmother.
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