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Days of our Lives Preview: June 24 Edition

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This week on Days of our Lives, Will and Sonny are ready for the next chapter in their lives with Arianna Grace and their future, but objections from Adrienne continue to complicate matters. Sonny puts his mother on notice about his relationship with Will. Will she finally listen to what he has to say? Get a sneak peek at what happens in TVSource Magazine’s Days of our Lives preview for the week of June 24.

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Wanted

Despite objections, Will is determined to take responsibility for Sami’s actions and confess. Will and Sonny acclimates to their new living situation with Gabi and the baby, they also must contend with Adrienne’s vocal discontent over their relationship. Will is affected when he overhears Sonny’s declaration to his mother – if she attempts to force him to choose between her and Will, he will choose the man he loves.

Also This Week

Sami is taken aback when she realizes how much Rafe means to Kate. Chad finally declares his true intentions to Abigail and Cameron. EJ begins his plan to take down Stefano. Kristen and Marlena have a tense encounter. Justin accuses Adrienne of tearing their family apart.

For more on what happens, watch Days of our Lives weekdays on NBC, weeknights on SOAPnet and anytime on NBC.com/days-of-our-lives

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  • Adrienne needs to accept the fact that Sonny and Will love each other. Sonny is a grown man and should be allowed to live his life. I don’t think it is fair that Adrienne will not accept Will just because of his family (Sami). Will is a great person with good intentions. He is selfless and always tries to think of others before himself. I could understand if he was a drug dealer or some other unsavory person (like Nick who blackmails people), but he is not.