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'Days of our Lives': The Story of Paul Narita, Sonny Kiriakis & Will Horton (Part 8)

Paul told Will he changed his mind about coming out.
Days of our Lives' gay love triangle continues.  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.  Is Paul ready to come out to the world?  And how soon before Will learns that Sonny is Paul's ex?

Catch up on 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), Part 6 (December 29, 2014-January 2, 2015) and Part 7 (January 5-9, 2015) of the story, and then watch it continue below with episodes from January 12-16, 2015.

Monday, January 12, 2015
Paul tells Jordan he's only told one person about being unable to pitch again. Sonny talks with Victor about Victor's new club. Kate asks Will if he got what he needs from Paul. Serena wants to know what happened the night he let Nicole into her room. Later, Paul reveals to Sonny that his surgery didn't work and his baseball career is over. Sonny tells Will he lost most of their money.


Friday, January 16, 2015
Will has to do a follow-up interview with Paul, and Sonny wonders when he's going to be done because the money would come in handy. Will says it's taken longer than he thought, but it took a new turn. Later, Will meets Paul at the Sonix office, and Will vaguely recounts how he came out and how he had support. Paul guesses he's talking about a guy and admits he had someone like that once, too. When Will brings up Paul's parents, Paul says he can't do this, and he runs out.


Days of our Lives spoilers:
Monday, January 19
Paul makes a surprising discovery about Will.

Tuesday, January 20
Will and Sonny argue.

RELATED:
* 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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