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'Days of our Lives' Recap: Melanie Sees Naked Ben, Sonny Remembers Hot Sex with Paul, Jordan Finds Kate in Clyde's Room

Melanie got a glimpse of a naked Ben (Robert Scott Wilson).
On the Tuesday, December 1, 2014, episode of Days of our Lives, Marlena (Deidre Hall) called Will (Guy Wilson) in Hollywood and lectured him about not making time for Gabi and Sonny (Freddie Smith). Will got defensive but promised to send Gabi some photos and videos of Arianna.

Looking for Abigail (Kate Mansi), Melanie (Molly Burnett) walked in on a naked Ben (Robert Scott Wilson), who was just out of the shower. Ben rushed to put his clothes back on when Abigail returned, and the two women had a happy reunion. Melanie warned that Chad (Billy Flynn) may have gotten Abigail her job back, but he was still not to be trusted. Abigail then went to work, where she had another run-in with Theresa (Jen Lilley) and Anne (Meredith Lynn Scott).

Theresa continued to pursue pro baseball player Paul Narita (Christopher Sean) with Anne's help. Paul managed to avoid Theresa in the supply room where he had just kissed his ex, Sonny. Later, Theresa kissed the closeted Paul, who didn't seem to enjoy it very much.

Sonny remembered a hot sexual encounter he once had with Paul.
Will went back to work only to be harassed by Lucas (Bryan Dattilo), who had been pressured by Adrienne (Judi Evans) to call and find out what is going on between him and Sonny. Will finally called Sonny and accused his husband of bad-mouthing him to everyone. Meanwhile, Sonny had a flashback to a hot sexual encounter with Paul from the past (a newly created scene from the "past").

Jordan (Chrishell Stause) told Chad she was over Rafe (Galen Gering), and it was clear her heart now was with him as they shared a kiss. Stefano (Joseph Mascolo) called Chad and reminded his son he couldn't afford for Jordan to know he's using her. Later, Chad ran into Marlena, who inquired how he is handling EJ's death. Chad then tried to provoke Ben into another fight.

Jordan informed Ben that it was Kate (Lauren Koslow) who brought Clyde (James Read) to Salem. She then went to Clyde's hotel room to give him a piece of her mind - and was stunned to find he and Kate had just made love.

Adrienne was thrown when she saw familiar face in town.

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On Tuesday's episode, Daniel (Shawn Christian) and Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) realize Melanie isn't being completely truthful.

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