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'Days of our Lives' December 19 Sneak Peek: Abby Catches Chad and Gabi Kissing

Monday on Days of Our Lives, Abigail is horrified when she catches Chad and Gabi sharing a hot kiss. She runs off, without letting Chad and Gabi know she was there. Meanwhile, the two are stunned when they realize somebody witnessed their kiss.

Elsewhere, Lani is back in Salem and reunites with Abe and Theo. She also runs into JJ, who is taken aback by Lani's attitude. Speaking of JJ, he is worried that keeping another secret from Gabi will come back to haunt him. He should be more worried about Gabi smooching his brother-in-law.

In other news, Brady cautions Uncle Deimos not to hurt Chloe. Will Deimos take what Brady says seriously? Does anybody? I think Chloe should watch her back!

Days of our Lives airs weekdays on NBC.

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