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Eye of the Storm: DOOL

I've been hoping that something would happen on Days to put a stop to the Sami/EJ/Sydney/Nicole baby swap roller coaster extravaganza because quite frankly, haven't we all had enough? There has to be something else that can be done with these characters that doesn't all stem from Nicole switching Sami's baby out. Nicole tried to make EJ think Sydney was their child. EJ found out what she did and kicked her out of the house. EJ then made Sami think Sydney was dead because she tried to keep her from him. Then he fell back in love with Sami, then she found out what he did so she shot him in the head. Then EJ found out that Sami shot him so he took her kids away from her and is milking the pain for all it's worth. Did I leave anything out? Here is what I was hoping would happen to resolve this mess:


(1) It's almost Christmas so let EJ realize he is hurting his kids and that they are better off with Sami. EJ will seem more redeemable this way and Sami's heart will melt, 'cause let's face it despite all the dysfunction those two will get back together eventually.

...or option #2

(2) Have Brady talk Sami into letting Nicole be a part of Sydney's life if she uses her privileges at the Dimera mansion to find and destroy all evidence against Sami. Then Sami could have her kids back and Nicole could have Brady and Sydney both in her life.


Of course it looks like instead of either one of these options I am going to be stuck with secret option #3, the one that includes Johnny being ill. That's right, apparently something's wrong with Johnny's left eye. My guess is his eye isn't actually the problem, just a symptom of a much more serious problem that will have Sami thinking she is being punished for shooting EJ in the head. Of course Johnny's illness will undoubtedly serve as a vehicle to bridge the gap between Sami and EJ even if things don't turn romantic right away. It's all well and good if Days wants to facilitate a way to bring an end to the Sami and EJ feud, but I would really rather they not use child illnesses or injuries to do that. I see that enough on GH with Sonny's kids and it never turns out well.

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