Days of our Lives: Week In Review 9/24-9/28
Days of our Lives: Week In Review 9/24-9/28
This week on Days of our Lives, Jeremy stayed at Nick's apartment for a night after leaving Stephanies, but that night, a man named Umar Abboud came looking for Artemis and DeMarquette.  He wanted to take the boys away, but Nick refused.  Jeremy came out of hiding to punch Umar and run him out of the apartment.  Chelsea was also there, so she knows that Jeremy has not skipped town yet, but she promised to keep his secret.

Marlena, Hope, John, Doug and Julie read the last of Coleen's and Santo's letters at the pub.  Grandpa Shawn finally revealed to them that Santo was not a widower.  His wife was alive and well in Italy when he proposed to Coleen.  It was Shawn who told Coleen about the wife, which made her run back to the church to become a nun.  But just as she was about to take her vows, Santo showed up, preventing her.  She ran away and committed suicide.  Grandpa Shawn blamed himself for her tragic death.

Sami asked EJ and Lucas to go searching for her father, but get captured by Andre instead.  Andre told Sami that she has to shoot one of them with his gun.  She pointed the gun at EJ, but right when she pulled the trigger, Andre hit her arm, making her shoot Lucas in the leg.  Lucas was really upset with Sami, especially given the terms of ending the vendetta from the Irish folio.  Sam marrying EJ will be enough for Stefano to stop terrorizing the Bradys.  Sami agreed to the terms, against Lucas' wishes.

Steve, who has just been stabbed by Stefano, was recovering in the hospital but got out to help Bo and Abe look for Roman.  They thought that Andre may have buried Roman alive in the cemetery, but upon digging the fresh grave, they found that it is Benjy who was buried.  Unfortunately, they didn't get to him in time--Benjy is dead.

Chelsea and Stephanie attended a sorority party because Stephanie really wanted to rush for the sorority.  Chelsea initially mocked the organization, but in the end agreed to pledge with Stephanie.

-Debbie Chang, BuddyTV Staff Writer
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