Ev­ery­body hates Nick

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Will doesn’t want to give up cus­tody, while Sonny can’t for­give Will’s big lie. Eric forces Brady and Kris­ten to re­sign from the church board be­cause their re­la­tion­ship is ru­in­ing John and Mar­lena’s mar­riage, while Kris­ten gloats as John an­nounces that he’s leav­ing Salem. Brady catches Ni­cole try­ing to set up Kris­ten to look bad, and Bil­lie leaves Salem af­ter land­ing a new job in Europe. EJ and Sami re­unite, and Will thinks that he’s lost Sonny for good af­ter he sees Sonny kiss­ing Brian (Brant Daugh­erty).


Kris­ten tries to get Brady to marry her so that she can ditch him at the al­tar, while Jen­nifer’s tricks to keep Chloe away from Daniel back­fires when lit­tle Parker (Evan and Luke Kruntchev) has med­i­cal is­sues. Nick uses his record­ing of Will and Lu­cas [they were dis­cussing the time that Lu­cas went to prison to pro­tect Will af­ter Will had shot EJ] to force Will to give up cus­tody of the baby. Kate and Rafe wake up to­gether af­ter a night of drunk sex and de­cide to try a re­la­tion­ship, and Chloe’s mom Nancy (Pa­trika Darbo) briefly comes to Salem. Sonny and Will rec­on­cile. Eric’s out­reach pro­gramme brings Var­gas (Sean Dou­glas), the man who “pro­tected” Nick in prison, to Salem, and Sami and EJ’s post-sex pil­low talk is all about how to get rid of Nick.


Daniel gets roar­ing drunk af­ter a fight with Jen­nifer and winds up be­ing drugged and com­pro­mised by creepy stalker Chloe. Ste­fano and John re­turn, and Brady pro­poses to Kris­ten af­ter over­hear­ing John and Mar­lena plot­ting to get her out of his life. Sonny punches Nick dur­ing a ho­mo­pho­bic rant, while Sami and EJ move into the DiMera man­sion with the kids, Will agrees to al­low Ste­fano help him get rid of Nick, and Chloe warns Jen­nifer to dump Daniel or he’ll never see Parker again.

One drink too many and Rafe and Kate are do­ing the dirty.

EJ and Sami are back to­gether – this can only spell trou­ble.

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