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'Days of our Lives' Spoilers (January 25-29, 2016)

Check out the day-to-day spoilers to find out what's happening on NBC soap opera Days of our Lives during the week of January 25-29, 2016.

Monday, January 25, 2016

Steve realizes Kayla is missing and angrily confronts Ava.

Andre uncovers Hope’s secret!

Abigail isn’t thrilled when Chad offers up a surprising suggestion of where they should live.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Ava forces Steve’s hand, using Kayla as leverage.

As Rafe and Hope share a warm moment, Andre vows revenge.

A drunk Joey causes a scene at Ciara’s get-together.

Abe is concerned when he realizes Theo has feelings for Ciara.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Eric is released from the hospital… and promptly arrested.

Theresa is jealous of Brady and Nicole’s newfound connection.

Belle blasts Eve for interfering with Claire.

Victor puts Deimos to the test.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Abigail helps JJ deal with Daniel’s death.

Eric declines to attend the funeral but finds a way to pay tribute to his friend.

Before leaving town, Melanie runs into Brady and Theresa.

Friday, January 29, 2016

Nicole lashes out at a guilt-ridden Eric.

Brady questions Fynn about the dreams he’s been having of Daniel’s time in California.

As part of his revenge plot, Andre breaks into Hope’s house.

At the Horton cabin, Ciara makes a stunning discovery about Chase.


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