Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) has proven she will do almost anything to break up Daniel (Shawn Christian) and Jennifer (Melissa Reeves). This week on Days of Our Lives Chloe drugs him so that Jennifer will find him in a compromising situation. Watch the promo after the jump! READ MORE
Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) has been doing her darndest to come between Daniel (Shawn Christian) and Jennifer (Melissa Reeves), but so far, Daniel doesn’t have his head completely buried in the sand. This week on Days of Our Lives, Daniel tells Chloe to back off, but is he too late to save his relationship with Jennifer? Watch the promo after the jump! READ MORE
Will (Chandler Massey) woke up to breakfast in bed by Sonny (Freddie Smith). Sonny later gave Will a best man’s gift, which turned out to be the key to his home. After Sonny asked Will to move in, Will said he should have given him the key the night before so they could have celebrated all night.
I hope something, or better yet, some man arrives to shake up Sonny and Will soon. They are cute together, but cute is only sustainable for so long.
Rafe (Galen Gering) showed up at Sami’s (Alison Sweeney), where he pulled her into his arms and kissed her. Afterwards, he told her she could let her guard down. READ MORE
So let me get this straight, Days of Our Lives heralded Chloe’s (Nadia Bjorlin) return for months, only to have it be to reveal Parker is Daniel’s (Shawn Christian) son and not Philip’s (Jay Kenneth Johnson)? I got a headache listening to Chloe’s explanation about how, when and why the DNA tests were switched. Then, just for good measure, DAYS trotted out Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) to knock on Daniel’s door and confirm Chloe’s story. She even brought documentation with her. READ MORE
No. 10: Neil and Harmony, The Young and the Restless
We're sure the brass at The Young and the Restless hoped pairing uptight, buppie Neil Winters (Kristoff St. John) with another sassy, sistah from the streets would generate the same kind of heat Neil's relationship with street urchin-turned-fashionista Drucilla Barber (Victoria Rowell) accomplished in the 90's. It didn't.
Man, was it painful to watch two popular, talented soap stars like St. John as Debbi Morgan—as promiscuous, recovering crackhead Harmony— attempt to manufacture chemistry where there obviously wasn't any to be found.