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DAYS Previews: Week of March 5


Lisa Rinna

Lisa Rinna returns to Days of our Lives as Billie Reed; Bo and Roman are in danger!


Marlena promises she will always be there for Will. Madison stands up to Ian. Hope learns John is back with the ISA.  Jennifer apologizes to Daniel for hurting him. Carrie walks in on Abigail and Austin together alone. Bo slips into a coma. Sami learns Lucas is engaged.

Monday – Madison stands up to Ian and demands a divorce, but Ian cautions her. Sami is shocked about Lucas’ secret. Kate advises Lucas not to get involved with Sami again. Abigail arranges for her and Melanie to run into Austin and Carrie on vacation

Tuesday – Bo and Roman gets jumped by a group of thugs, and Kayla tries to save Bo. Hope finds out that John is an agent for the ISA and demands that he let her help. Daniel and Jennifer agree to remain friends.

Wednesday – John and Hope come face-to-face with Stefano in Alamainia. Hope finds out Bo has been attacked. Marlena talks to Will about his sexuality. Bo lapses into a coma. EJ tries to reason with Nicole, who isn’t being receptive.

Thursday – Abigail shows up at Austin’s room when Carrie is out, and Melanie tries to stop Carrie from returning. Madison convinces Brady that she loves her husband. Kate introduces Gabi and Chad to her daughter, Billie Reed (Lisa Rinna), the new CEO of Countess Wilhelmina.

Friday – Carrie finds Abigail in Austin’s arms in their room, and Abigail tells Carrie that they made love. Hope manages to call Bo’s room and Billie answers. Hope hears that Bo is dying. John and Hope devise a plan to return to Salem.


Carrie makes a big confession; Daniel advises Brady to move on.

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