When Will (Chandler Massey) saw Sonny's (Freddie Smith) hand, he immediately demanded to know what happened. Sonny said he didn't want to talk about it. When Will pressed him, Sonny revealed Nick (Blake Berris) had called him a faggot.
Kate (Lauren Koslow) called Stefano to tell him to leave her alone. It was blatantly clear he was toying with her.
Adrienne (Judi Evans) showed Sonny a gift she'd bought for Will's daughter. Sonny had to explain that Will had signed his rights away. As they were talking, Kate walked in and overheard Adrienne question why Will would give up his rights. I hope to the Soap Gods Kate is able to do what Sami (Alison Sweeney), EJ (James Scott) and Lucas (Bryan Dattilo) have yet to accomplish — get revenge on Nick.
Kate demanded to know if Sonny had convinced Will to relinquish his parental rights. Adrienne jumped to her son's defense. Kate declared the whole thing a travesty. I would love to see Kate and Adrienne team up in this storyline.
Kate slapped the hell out of Rafe (Galen Gering), the next time they were together. Could Gabi (Camila Banus) and Will's situation come between the saber-toothed tiger and her cub?
Sami tried to adapt to her new life at the DiMera mansion, but was thrown off by Stefano's (Joseph Mascolo) effusive welcome. Luckily, EJ (James Scott) showed up to make her feel more at home with a little lovemaking.
Nick awoke to find Gabi (Camila Banus) not in bed with him. She joined him, and the two talked about his past. She said he needed to be more open with her about his time on the inside. He started to tell her about his time in prison.
Abby (Kate Mansi) woke up Cameron (Nathan Owens), who realized he was late for their breakfast. He scrambled to make their date and apologized when he arrived at her home.
Gabi told Rafe that Will had signed away his rights to his daughter.
The episode ended with Will telling Sami to get Stefano to help him get his daughter back.