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'Days of our Lives' Teasers: January 21 Edition

Next week on Days of our Lives, the battle over Will and Gabi’s conflict deepens the line in the sand. An ugly confrontation with Rafe only brings EJ and Sami closer. Meanwhile, Chloe plays dirty to get what she wants, Will and Sonny remain on the outs and Chad may have lost Abigail to Cameron.

Sneak Peeks: Week of January 21

Things between Rafe and Sami are going to get U-G-L-Y! Rafe loses his temper when Sami expresses her belief that Gabi is unfit to be a mother. This leads to an even bigger confrontation when EJ arrives and big accusations are made. Rafe tells Nicole he’s finally seen Sami’s “true colors”.

Will and Sonny try to work things out, but Sonny isn’t ready to forgive him for his lies. Later, Will makes an important declaration.

Nick seeks Rafe for support if things get ugly with Will.

Sami blasts Adrienne regarding Will and Sonny. Lucas and Sami argue over her life choices, but ultimately agree they need to show a united front for Will.

Things heat up between EJ and Sami. The couple nears making love, but something happens that leads to a rather important moment of honesty from EJ.

Chloe manipulates Daniel to get what she wants.

EJ encourages Chad to make amends for what he did. Unfortunately for Chad, it looks like he may have blown his second chance with Abby. Enter Cameron…

Abigail continues to confide in Gabi, unaware of the ugly secret her friends harbor about Gabi’s actions over the summer.

DVR Alerts

Monday: Days of our Lives will be pre-empted.

Wednesday: Things become tense between Sami and Rafe

Thursday: Chad confides in EJ about his troubles.

Source Look Ahead: Week of January 28, 2013

Kristen’s feelings for Brady may be turning genuine. Rafe feels nothing when he sees EJ and Sami together.


What do you think of what’s to come? Anything you’re looking forward to? Or maybe not so much? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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