HomeTVDays of Our LivesWill Signs Away His Rights on Days of Our Lives Luke Kerr March 5, 2013 10 Comments Nick (Blake Berris) cut to the chase and told Will (Chandler Massey) to sign the papers. Sami (Alison Sweeney) stopped Will, telling him she had something she needed to say to Nick in private. After she was alone with Nick, Sami told him she’d sign away all contact with the child if Will was able to keep his child. Nick didn’t believe Sami would stick to her promise, even if she put it in writing. Will asked EJ (James Scott) if there was any way he could serve his time without dragging anyone else into it. Unfortunately, EJ only had bad news for Will. Lucas (Bryan Dattilo) asked Will if he was willing to let a blackmailing murderer raise his child. Will signed away the rights to his child as his family watched. Later, EJ told Nick that he thought of Will as his son and Nick should be very careful when messing with his family. Nick replied by saying he wasn’t afraid of EJ. Sonny (Freddie Smith) tried to comfort his heartbroken boyfriend when they returned home. He told Will that he believed Nick plotted to get the child because Will is gay. Abby (Kate Mansi) stumbled upon Cameron (Nathan Owens) who was changing clothes. He saw that she was upset about something and asked her to tell him what was going on. She shared what had happened with Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin). Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) told Daniel (Shawn Christian) they needed to take a break, because he wasn’t willing to have no contact with Chloe. He wasn’t happy with Jennifer’s ultimatum. She said she didn’t want to give up on him, but she needed him to draw a line in the sand with Chloe. I loved seeing Nancy (Patrika Darbo) again. I’ve always enjoyed it when she’s on Days of Our Lives. Gabi (Camila Banus) wanted to know why Rafe (Galen Gering) was “defending” Kate (Lauren Koslow). Nick returned to Gabi’s room, happy about what he’d done. He revealed he wanted to marry her as soon as possible. 10 Responses Yoryla March 5, 2013 This is just sickening. I am beginning to actually have enough of storyline. There is no way in hell Will would ever be in such a corner, that there would be no other possible option than to sign his rights away. This is way too far out there. Log in to Reply cord2012 March 5, 2013 If the writers want me to root for Will, they’re writing it incorrectly. Log in to Reply SoapArmageddon March 5, 2013 I couldn’t agree more, Yoryla. I’m starting to feel frustrated with this story. I know that Will will probably triumph in the end but why is it necessary for him to be portrayed as such an utterly weak fool before that happens? This is bad writing, IMO. They’ve decided to ignore all of last summer when we saw Will being a much smarter character and much more suspicious of people’s motives. Log in to Reply Margaret Thatcher March 6, 2013 Will isn’t a child. Yet his degree of naivete is truly shocking. He can’t wrap his child-like mind around the notion that Nick is a raging bigot who wants Will completely out of the picture because he’s gay. I hope this is a life lesson for Will. There are bad people in the world. Log in to Reply Soap_Stud March 6, 2013 While I can understand questioning some of the writing and story points, I have to say I am abso-freakin loving this story because the actors are selling it to me! Blake Berris, Ali Sweeney, Bryan Datillo, Chandler Massey, & Freddie Smith have been delivering for weeks! I also loved the brief exchange between EJ and Nick. I love that it is Horton vs. Horton. I love that a gay character is in a front burning storyline. I love that it gives me more Lumi scenes, even if I am loving Ejami. Log in to Reply aveRex March 6, 2013 All I can say is let’s hope that EJ KILLS The Bastard. Nick should die. Actually I’d like for him to be man-handled again. Let that dude out of prison who f*ed him the first time and then he should get f*ed again. Over and over and over until he just dies or commit suicide. Put that homophobic prick out of his misery. Quoting Nick’s prison keeper: “…hurry up and when you’re finished wiping your ass, I’m gonna fuck you again, so buy your flat ass a cast…” Log in to Reply Mrs Adam Carrington March 6, 2013 I don’t get this storyline, Will is descended from Kate Roberts, Marlena Evans, Lucas Roberts and Sami Brady he should have been able to figure out that Nick was gunning for him and destroy him without breaking a sweat. Do the writers expect us to believe that a boy with this lineage and the disfunctional childhood that came with it is a gutless wonder. This is bad writing. Log in to Reply ChrisGa March 6, 2013 While, for the most part, I’ve found this storyline fairly riveting(and Monday’s ep was another great one), you have to actually suspend any sense of reality–even moreso than usual with this show–in order to actually believe that Nick Fallon is any match whatsoever for EJ Dimera and Sami Brady on any plane of existence, much less this one. Seriously, the writers have just set to the side the glaring history that EJ can be one of the most diabolical bastards in Salem and that Sami Brady can be one of the most conniving, if not the most conniving, individuals on this canvas. And all of a sudden Nick’s gonna just get over on them with almost no resistance? As everyone else has said, Will has been written astonishingly bad during this whole thing(and Chandler Massey’s deer-in-the-headlights portrayal is not helping matters); I’ve never wanted him to be the male clone of Sami but is it too much to ask to give him even a fraction of Sami’s backbone? I mean, when Sonny is the absolute smartest person in the room–seriously, not a single one of them other than him thought this was all because Will was gay?–then you know that you’re at a huge disadvantage(and this is coming from someone who absolutely adores the character of Sonny and Freddie Smith’s portrayal). Log in to Reply lizzyann70 March 6, 2013 [quote=Mrs Adam Carrington]I don’t get this storyline, Will is descended from Kate Roberts, Marlena Evans, Lucas Roberts and Sami Brady he should have been able to figure out that Nick was gunning for him and destroy him without breaking a sweat. Do the writers expect us to believe that a boy with this lineage and the disfunctional childhood that came with it is a gutless wonder. This is bad writing.[/quote] Yes but yesterdays episode was Sami telling EJ as she so used sex to get what she wanted, she wants Nick gone!! In turn EJ swallows Sami whole, I guess that ment OK honey!! Log in to Reply dqh257 March 6, 2013 I hope there’s a conversation between Gabi and Nick at some point, considering Gabi is still under the impression that Nick, Gabi, and Will would raise the baby together. Since Gabi can’t handle stress, I wonder how Nick will explain to her that Will signed his parental rights away. I hope Gabi tells Nick that this isn’t what SHE wants and that HE has gone too far. I kind of hope Gabi takes her baby and decides to stand strong on her own and find a way to raise the baby, as she planned, with Will. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.