Dr. Dick returned to Salem to discover that it had barely changed at all. Why he would go back there when he could have just as easily gone anywhere else in the world is anyone’s guess. Perhaps he should have gone to Hawaii so his shirts wouldn’t make him stick out so badly… He was instantly trapped into a weird business relationship with Hope; maybe his garish fashion sense reminded her of Babs. The doctor showed he’s still a pillar of compassion and stopped her from killing Elvis at Salem’s local corpse depot – the pier. They ran off with his cash and cards, leaving him to the mercy of fair Samanther. As she pushed his brain back into his skull, his lips sprang to attention and he licked her lips. She got confused. That didn’t abate as the week went on. Rafe tried to talk to her but realized he couldn’t actually tell her anything. Strangely enough, that went as well as things go when he tells her everything on his mind. He tipped her off that EJ wants more than the buns she burned in her oven – he wants to try baking another cake. Sami wasn’t in the mood for baking lessons from anyone and told Elvis that they wouldn’t be playing house as long as it meant she had to live with his dear old dad. Elvis tried to talk to her on her level. Then Caroline asked Sami why she never talks to her mom anymore. Sami said it was because Marlena is reasonable and that’s not the kind of talk she can take. Carline did her best, but even saints have their limits. Read the rest of this entry »
At the hospital, Sami tells EJ they should have an honest conversation. Moving in with Stefano makes her want to running screaming, she explains, but that’s not exactly a ‘no’ to his invitation. She wonders why they can’t have their own place instead of living with Stefano. He claims it’s because his father is ill. When she leaves to think it over, Stefano watches her and groans. He wanders into his son’s room. Elvis tells him this would be easier if he and Kate hadn’t ruined Sami’s life. EJ says that Nicole tried to bash his head in and it’s sore. Stefano is amazed that a blow to the head didn’t knock some sense into him. Elvis begs his father to back up his story that he’s dying, but even he thinks Sami would be crazy to move in with him. Read the rest of this entry »
Days’ Mary Beth Evans (Kayla Brady) posted this special behind the scenes look at Alice’s upcoming funeral.
The funeral will air on June 23, 24, and 25.
The hotly anticipated books “The Days of Our Lives: The Untold Story of One Family’s Dream,” and “True History of The Days of Our Lives” will be available for purchase on May 1.
Executive Producer of Days of Our Lives, Ken Corday, will be making his premier appearance at The NBC Experience Store, located at 30 Rockefeller Plaza in NYC, on May 25 at 10:00 AM. He will be there to sign copies of his new book and meet fans of the show. Read the rest of this entry »
Owen tries to reassure Bridget as they wait for the paternity test results on today’s B&B. Unfortunately for them, Jackie surprises them with a visit.
Watch what happens below.
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Fans of the couple can get in on the sweetness too. Julie Marie Berman’s (Lulu Spencer) brother is going to be selling a special cupcake at his bakery, The Vanilla Bake Shop, in Santa Monica, California. Named after the couple, the “Lante” cupcake is made of dark chocolate with a whipped mascarpone cream center. It’s then topped with mocha hazelnut buttercream frosting and a sprinkle of chocolate crunchies. So, even if you’re not a fan of theirs, it still sounds good. Read the rest of this entry »
Aaron Refvem‘s final appearance as Morgan will be May 3.
Lee Reherman, best known as Hawk on the original “American Gladiators,” has been cast as the head prison guard. Look for him on May 14.
Michael Learned’s first air date will be April 14.
Helena’s new henchman, Thor, will be played by Branton Box on April 28.
Morgan Corinthos is being recast with actor Aaron Sanders. You can see him beginning on April 14.
Penny Peyser plays a realtor who meets with Johnny on April 21.
Mark Costello appears as an alternate juror on April 22. Read the rest of this entry »
He suffered a stroke at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in Newhall, California on April 18. He served as the Stunt Coordinator on Days of Our Lives in 1965 before going on to work on movies like “Barfly,” “Ocean’s Eleven,” “Catch Me If You Can,” “Bad Santa,” and many others. He also played smalls roles on “The Legend of the Lone Ranger,” “Highway to Heaven,” and “Magnum PI.” Read the rest of this entry »
His Genoa City character may be rotting away in a jail cell but The Young and the Restless actor Sean Kanan (Deacon Sharpe) has plans to appear in two new horror films! Sean will appear as producer Ryan Terriault in “Watch Island,” as well as play the role of a 1800′s baron in “Slayers.” Stay tuned for further details.
Until then please vote in our poll to let us know if you plan to look for Sean’s upcoming films…
Over a conversation with Sara, who Phyllis believes is her BFF Lauren, Phyllis calls her out for overreacting. Sara isn’t in the mood for Phyllis’ advice, grabs her by the wheelchair and admits she’s sick of Phyllis always sticking up for him! Is this ‘him’ Michael and will Sara take Phyllis out before Daisy has the chance?