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The Story of 'Days of our Lives' Baseball Player Paul Narita (Part 3)

Baseball player Paul Narita has unresolved feelings for his ex, Sonny Kiriakis.
Christopher Sean made his Days of our Lives debut on Friday, November 7 in the role of Paul Narita. Paul arrived at University Hospital to secretly get his torn rotator cuff fixed, and instantly charmed the women of Salem. Later, he ran into former love, Sonny Kiriakis (Freddie Smith) and it was obvious Paul still had feelings for him.

Watch Part 1 (November 7-14, 2014) and Part 2 (November 18-26, 2014) of Paul's story, and then watch it continue below with episodes from December 1-11, 2014.

Monday, December 1, 2014
After pulling away from Paul's kiss, Sonny flashes back to a "lifetime ago" while Theresa (Jen Lilley) still believes that there is potential for a romance with Paul. Meanwhile, Marlena (Deidre Hall) calls Will (Guy Wilson) in Hollywood and lectures him about not making time for Gabi and Sonny. Will gets defensive but promises to send Gabi some photos and videos of Arianna. He goes back to work only to be harassed by Lucas, who has been pressured by Adrienne to call and find out what is going on between him and Sonny. Will finally calls Sonny and angrily accuses his husband of bad-mouthing him to everyone.


Tuesday, December 2, 2014
Paul and Sonny flashback to a time when they loved each other. Adrienne sees Paul and tells Sonny that she knows he was at the hospital. Paul continues to charm and impress Abigail.


Wednesday, December 3, 2014
Adrienne admits to Sonny she knows about his secret and gives him stern advice. Adrienne tells Sonny to make sure Paul knows where he stands. Sonny tells Paul that he's married and happy - he doesn't have to hide anymore. Paul chose his baseball career over Sonny.


Monday, December 8, 2014
Sonny confides in Adrienne about his past with Paul. Adrienne wants know if Sonny told Paul where he stands. Sonny defends Paul. Paul dreams that Sonny has come back to him. Later, Sonny hits a roadblock in trying to open the second location for Club TBD.


Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Marlena talks to Paul once more about therapy, and he strings her along before letting her know in no uncertain terms he's not interested. Sonny asks Victor to help him out financially so he can open the second club location. Victor chides him for getting in over his head and realizes Sonny is trying to impress Will somehow. Victor will only help get him out of debt with the DiMeras, but will not invest further. He advises Sonny to get out of the south side project altogether. When Victor then clues in Sonny that Chad has stabbed him in the back, a livid Sonny goes to confront his business partner. Chad explains his actions, and Sonny fears he's going to lose everything - including Club TBD. Later, Sonny runs into Paul.


Wednesday, December 10, 2014
After chatting with Paul, Sonny is later disappointed when he realizes Will never returned his messages.


Thursday, December 11, 2014
Sonny is surprised when Will and Arianna return home. Will claims they are back to stay because they missed Sonny so much. However, in private, Will makes a secret (one-way) call to Sami, revealing he was let go from the screenplay job. Meanwhile, Sonny admits to Adrienne that even though he put a good face on it for Will, plans for the new club are not going well at all. Zoe tells Paul she wants an exclusive on the story of his surgery for "Sonix." Will then gets a call from Zoe, offering him a new assignment...


Days of our Lives spoilers:
Tuesday, December 16
Will heads for a collision course with Sonny's past.

Wednesday, December 17
Sonny confronts Will about why his husband really returned to Salem.

Friday, December 19
Will questions Paul about love.

Wednesday, December 24
Paul opens up to Will about his lost love.

RELATED:
* The Story of 'Days of our Lives' Baseball Player Paul Narita (Part 4)
* The Story of 'Days of our Lives' Baseball Player Paul Narita (Part 5)
* 'Days of our Lives': The Story of Paul Narita, Sonny Kiriakis & Will Horton (Part 6)
* Daytime Soap Operas: Best & Worst of 2014

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