This week on Days of our Lives: All hell breaks loose at Xander’s (Paul Telfer) warehouse on Monday (October 22). Eric (Greg Vaughan) and Brady (Eric Martsolf) try desperately to save Nicole’s (Arianne Zucker) life. Sami (Alison Sweeney) discovers the mystery patient! Mimi (Farah Fath) reveals the true identity of Baby Bonnie’s father.
On Tuesday (October 23), Sami gets the mystery patient to a hospital. Eric receives devastating news about Nicole. Chad (Billy Flynn) and JJ (Casey Moss) plead with Abigail (Marci Miller) to seek treatment. Paul (Christopher Sean) overhears Will (Chandler Massey) on the phone with Sonny (Freddie Smith) and becomes suspicious.
Abigail lays into Kate (Lauren Koslow) about helping Gabi (Camila Banus) on Wednesday (October 24). After hearing Chad wants her committed, Abigail seeks help from an unlikely ally. Lani (Sal Stowers) is jealous when she learns Sheila (T-Boz) is living with Eli (Lamon Archey). Sheila and Abe (James Reynolds) have another showdown.
On Thursday (October 25), John (Drake Hogestyn) asks Roman (Josh Taylor) to help him get rid of Hattie (Deidre Hall). Bonnie (Judi Evans) and Hattie catch up and get drunk together. Rex (Kyle Lowder) and Mimi reunite! Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) accuses Belle (Martha Madison) of taking Mimi’s side.
Sarah Horton (Linsey Godfrey) returns home to Salem on Friday (October 26). Chloe stumbles upon a drunk Bonnie and becomes increasingly suspicious. JJ and Gabi and have electric moment. Abigail and Stefan (Tyler Christopher) reveal a shocking development to Chad.
Coming up in Salem during the week of October 29:
- Sarah gives Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) details about her fiancé.
- Eve (Kassie DePaiva) cuts ties with Brady and leaves Salem!
- On Halloween night, a couple of familiar faces return for a spooky surprise!
- Susan (Stacy Haiduk) has a premonition about Rex.
- Lucas (Bryan Dattilo) and Sami reconnect.
- Chloe arrives at Rex and Sarah’s engagement party with big news.
Days of our Lives airs weekdays on Global and NBC. Canadian viewers can catch up on demand, on the Global Go App (which is now also available on Apple TV) and on GlobalTV.com.