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'Days of our Lives' Spoilers: A Funeral, A Goodbye, A Return and Another Death?

Bo and Patch finally reunite, but in less than ideal circumstances.  Photo Credit: NBC

What is going to happen on Days of our Lives during the week of October 19-23, 2015? Check out the weekly spoilers below to find out what drama will be taking place in Salem.

* Salem mourns one of its most beloved citizens, Will Horton, during a heartbreaking funeral.

* Lucas (Bryan Datillo) and Kate (Lauren Koslow) reconcile.

* Sami (Alison Sweeney) decides what to do about EJ's letter.

* Andre (Thaao Penghlis) stirs up controversy when he finally goes public with his return.

* Steve (Stephen Nichols) asks Caroline (Peggy McCay) about her visions of Bo (Peter Reckell), hoping to get a new clue about his whereabouts.

* Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) admits to Clyde (James Read) he is the Necktie Killer.
Note: One of my blind items from a few weeks ago was about the resolution of the Ben and Clyde story.  James Read last airs as Clyde on Tuesday, October 20.

* Rafe (Galen Gering) tries to ignore his feelings for Hope (Kristian Alfonso) by turning his attention to another woman in town.

* Daniel (Shawn Christian) and Nicole (Arianne Zucker) share a day of romance.

* Aiden (Daniel Cosgrove) takes the first steps to carry out his deadly plot.

* Abigail (Kate Mansi) visits Chad (Billy Flynn) in the hospital, still conflicted over whether or not he's innocent.

* Sonny (Freddie Smith) says goodbye to Salem once again

* Adrienne (Judi Evans) gets upset with Justin (Wally Kurth) when she feels he's trying to
control her life.

* Things get tense between Abigail and Ben.

* Shawn Douglas Brady (Jason Cook) returns to Salem, and finds Hope (Kristian Alfonso) and Aiden celebrating their upcoming wedding

* Jennifer (Melissa Reeves) and Abigail balk at JJ's (Casey Moss) new career choice.

* Steve and Bo (Peter Reckell) are finally reunited - but not under the best circumstances.


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