Days of our Lives Spoilers: April 25-29, 2016 Edition (Photos)

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This week on Days of our Lives, Theo’s relationship with Ciara is threatened by Abe; Belle shocks Philip and Hope puts the brakes on with Rafe! Get the latest DAYS scoop in our Days of our Lives spoilers for the week of April 25, 2016.

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Days of our Lives: Prom Night in Salem

The teens of Salem prepare to for prom. Theo tries to raise Ciara’s excitement by promising a magical night at Prom. Theo’s behavior is still a cause for concern for Abe, who brings his concerns about Theo and Ciara’s relationship to Hope. Ahead of prom, Joey and Jade take their relationship to the next level.

Theo, Ciara, Claire, Henry, Jade and Joey attend the Salem High Prom, but the night soon takes a dramatic turn. Ciara, Claire and Joey are accused of vandalism, which lands the teens at the Salem PD. By week’s end, Abe tells Theo to stay away from Ciara. Will Theo listen to his father’s demands or will he continue to rebel for love?

Also This Week

Rafe surprises Hope with a magical 80s inspired night of her own. As things heats up between the new lovers, Hope puts the brakes, leaving Rafe blue in more ways than one just as they’re about to make love.

Abigail is haunted by dreams of Ben.

Marlena confides in Belle about her fears for Eric.

Victor and Nicole team up to take down Deimos.

Chad makes Ciara a deal after she comes to him about her future.

Steve isn’t thrilled when he sees Kayla and Fynn in a close moment.

Days of our Lives Spoilers Episodic Gallery (© JPI Studios)

Source Sneak Peek: May 2-6, 2016

Rafe plans a romantic night for Hope. Steve and Kayla clash over keeping secrets about Joey. Theresa confronts Brady about his “hero” complex. Kate and Nicole face off.

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