Soaps Spoilers has the Days of our Lives spoilers for the week of January 25 – January 29. Coming up on DOOL, it’s a big week with reveals, gun violence, hypnosis, and a trap is set to catch the kidnapper.
Monday, January 25
Brady and Chloe argue about Philip. Now that Brady knows Philip’s in trouble with the mob, he has a warning for Chloe. But Chloe’s standing on her own two feet and reminds Brady she’s no longer his wife and she’ll do what she wants to do.
Philip’s entanglement with the mob turns violent.
Lani turns to Kristen for help.
Eli questions Xander in the twins’ kidnapping since he and Dr. Raynor have a past. When he realizes Xander had nothing to do with his children going missing, Eli enlists Xander to lure Dr. Raynor into a trap.
Tuesday, January 26
A gunshot rings out. Brady’s life hangs in the balance.
Tony visits Kristen in prison. After hearing about her love getting into trouble with the mob, a desperate Kristen takes Tony hostage.
This week brings Gabi back to Salem. After Kate walks in on Jake and Gabi in a compromising position, Kate questions Jake about his feelings for Gabi.
Nicole insists on taking Rafe out for his birthday. Could Days of our Lives be planning on putting Nicole together with Rafe now that Eric is gone or are these two just enjoying their usual friendly chemistry?
Wednesday, January 27
Knowing that Brady’s in trouble, Kristen threatens to shoot Chloe. Desperation brings out the worst in everyone.
Xander rats Philip out to Victor. Will Victor give Xander the CEO job and drop Philip as Co-CEO?
Anna gives Abigail marital advice. Will she urge the younger DiMera to forgive her husband or to send him packing for good?
Tony and Chad team up to help their sister.
Thursday, January 28
Charlie bonds with someone unexpected.
Ben makes an admission to Claire about Ciara.
Abigail and Gwen have another confrontation. Gwen’s getting ready to spill her secrets!
Friday, January 29
Steve brings new evidence to Shawn regarding Charlie. We’ll find out if this will be enough to send Charlie to prison.