Days of Our Lives (1965– )

Episode #1.11612 

Bo, Hope, Sami and Rafe take the truth serum-pumped fake Rafe to the DiMera house to recreate Fay Walker's death. Chad agrees to go into business with Stefano. Melanie tries to convince Daniel and Carly to cover up E.J.'s beating

Director:

Albert Alarr

Writers:

Dena Higley (head writer), Christopher Dunn (associate head writer) | 8 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Suzanne Rogers ... Maggie Horton
Alison Sweeney ... Sami Brady Hernandez
Kristian Alfonso ... Hope Brady
Peter Reckell ... Bo Brady
Lauren Koslow ... Kate Roberts DiMera
James Scott ... E.J. DiMera
Renée Jones ... Lexie Carver
Shawn Christian ... Daniel Jonas
Arianne Zucker ... Nicole DiMera
Molly Burnett ... Melanie Kiriakis
Joseph Mascolo ... Stefano DiMera
Galen Gering ... Rafe Hernandez / Impostor Rafe
Eric Martsolf ... Brady Black
Casey Deidrick ... Chad DiMera (as Casey Jon Deidrick)
Crystal Chappell Crystal Chappell ... Dr. Carly Manning
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Storyline

To Stefano's delight, Chad not only cares for his father's health but finally decides to give the family 'shipping' business a try, even if the required 'creativity' includes taking any liberty with the law. Kate still can't get proof of Chloe's escort job. To make his impostor confess, Rafe's party uses truth serum and decides to reconstruct Fay's death, which requires breaking into the DiMera mansion. Sami gets knocked down herself without breaking her neck. Daniel refuses to tamper with Ej's memory to avoid a gang war, yet promises Melanie another way out. Nicole nurses bruised Brady but gets no romantic reward. Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 June 2011 (USA) See more »

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Color
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