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'Days of our Lives': The Story of Paul Narita, Sonny Kiriakis & Will Horton (Part 7)

Will asked Paul if he was gay and got a very definitive answer.
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, who just found out his pitching career was over. After Will asked Paul if he's gay, they ended up having sex.

Watch Part 1 (November 7-14, 2014), Part 2 (November 18-26, 2014), Part 3 (December 1-11, 2014), Part 4 (December 16-19, 2014), Part 5 (December 22-26, 2014) and Part 6 (December 29, 2014-January 2, 2015) of the story, and then watch it continue below with episodes from January 5-9, 2015.

Monday, January 5, 2015
On New Year's Eve, Will and Paul are headed towards a close moment as Sonny approaches Paul's hotel room. The moment is interrupted when Paul receives a call from his family. Afterwards, Will continues to interview Paul about his future plans now that he can't play baseball. Earlier, Sonny is about to knock on Paul's door but Derrick the bellhop, stops him and lets him know that Paul has a visitor. Sonny goes home where he toasts himself for being a failure. Later, Paul learns from Derrick that a man matching Sonny's description stopped by, and Paul is hopeful.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015
A chastened Sonny arrives to let Chad know the club expansion was a bust. He's willing to sign over his share of the club to pay Chad back but Chad lets him off the hook. Chad later admits to Stefano he has Sonny right where he wants him. Later, Sonny crosses with Victor, who has heard the expansion plans have collapsed and is concerned about what Chad will do. Sonny bitterly assures him he can count on his friend - unlike Victor, who refused to help Sonny when he needed it.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Paul tells Sonny he knows he came to his hotel room on New Year's Eve and left because he believed Paul was with someone. Sonny claims he only came to Paul to ask for a loan, but he's thought better of that. Paul tells Sonny if he ever changes his mind about the two of them, Paul will still be here. Sonny then reconnects with Chad, thanking him again for his help after Sonny's loss of the south side place. Meanwhile, Will shows his "Sonix" story to Kate, who feels there's something missing. Will decides to make one last attempt to get more from Paul. He goes back to Paul's hotel room and finally asks Paul if he's gay.

Thursday, January 8, 2015
After Will asks Paul if he's gay, Paul kisses him and end up having sex. Meanwhile, Sonny arrives just outside the door. Earlier, Adrienne sees the baseball Paul gave Sonny when they were together. She urges Sonny to give it back to Paul, and Sonny agrees. Lucas arrives and comforts Adrienne once more about her distance from Justin. Adrienne can't help but think Justin might have met someone else.

Friday, January 9, 2015
Sonny nearly catches Paul and Will together when Derrick lets Sonny into Paul's room. However, Sonny finds Paul alone, though he realizes someone else is there when the shower turns off. He returns the baseball, then leaves without realizing his husband was there. Will re-enters and makes one more pitch for Paul to think about coming out in the article. Will believes it could make a huge difference to a lot of people.

Days of our Lives spoilers:
Monday, January 12
Paul tries to win Sonny back.

Friday, January 16
Will reaches out to Paul.

* Hira Ambrosino Joins 'Days of our Lives' as Paul's Mother, Tori Narita
* The Story of 'Days of our Lives' Baseball Player Paul Narita (Part 1)
* The Story of 'Days of our Lives' Baseball Player Paul Narita (Part 2)
* The Story of 'Days of our Lives' Baseball Player Paul Narita (Part 3)
* 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 - Christopher Sean Best Male Newcomer
* 'Days of our Lives' Sneak Peek: A Big New Year in Salem


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