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The Story of 'Days of our Lives' Baseball Player Paul Narita (Part 5)

Paul thinks about a past Christmas spent with Sonny.
Days of our Lives baseball player Paul Narita (played by Christopher Sean) 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. Now, Sonny's husband, Will Horton (Guy Wilson), is writing a top-secret article on Paul.

Watch Part 1 (November 7-14, 2014), Part 2 (November 18-26, 2014), Part 3 (December 1-11, 2014) and Part 4 (December 16-19, 2014) of Paul's story, and then watch it continue below with episodes from December 22-26, 2014.

Monday, December 22, 2014
Will rushes home and is upset that there is no "emergency" with Arianna.  Sonny is angry that Will hasn't taken Ari to see Gabi (Camila Banus) in two months. Gabi is happy to see her little girl when they arrive. Derrick (Spencer Neville) helps Nicole (Arianne Zucker) with a problem at the Salem Inn.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014
Spencer explains to Melanie (Molly Burnett) why he let Nicole in Serena's room.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Will interviews Paul in his hotel room and talks about Paul's love life. Sonny calls him to make sure there are no hard feelings. Paul remembers the Christmas he spent with Sonny when he gave Sonny the baseball for his only big league home run. Sonny withdraws money from his joint account with Will.

Thursday, December 25, 2014
Will believes he can break down Paul's walls if he gets an extension on his story deadline. Will and Sonny divide and conquer in order to be in multiple family gatherings at once. Sonny proposes they each visit their own family then meet up in the middle for mass.

Friday, December 26, 2014
It's Christmas Day in Salem. Doug (Bill Hayes), Julie (Susan Seaforth Hayes), Aiden (Daniel Cosgrove), Hope (Kristian Alfonso), Chase (Connor Kalopsis), Ciara (Lauren Boles), Jennifer (Melissa Reeves), Abigail (Kate Mansi), Maggie (Suzanne Rogers), Victor (John Aniston), Will and Sonny gather to decorate the tree with the Horton ornaments. Sonny is touched when he gets his own ornament.

Days of our Lives spoilers:
Monday, December 29
Will blasts Sonny for not consulting him before taking money out of their joint bank account. Paul gets devastating news.

Tuesday, December 30
Paul tells Sonny that he has never stopped loving him and he wants them to get back together..

Friday, January 2
Sonny's dreams are crushed.

* 'Days of our Lives': The Story of Paul Narita, Sonny Kiriakis & Will Horton (Part 6)
* Daytime Soap Operas: Best & Worst of 2014 - Christopher Sean Best Male Newcomer
* 'Days of our Lives' Sneak Peek: A Big New Year in Salem


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