What Happened In Salem: Week of Dec. 10th

Friday’s episode might have been preempted, but there was still plenty of idiocy to fill up the week:

With the skillful help of porn-star-turned-church-assistant Nicole, Daniel managed to remove Jennifer’s appendix while they were trapped in the cabin on Smith Island. In her drugged-up haze afterwards, Jennifer mistook Daniel for someone tolerable and said she loves him. They made it back to Salem fifteen minutes later on the Magic Teleporting Ferry, and Jennifer was pronounced to be in perfectly fine health. Daniel realized that he’d performed the surgery without a tremor, and the doctor running the clinical trial downstairs in the same hospital — the clinical trial Jennifer had to do extensive research to find — told Daniel that the treatment worked and he can return to surgery. I’d hate to be the heart surgery patient who discovers that this one successful appendectomy was just a fluke.

Read the rest to catch up on What Happened In Salem last week!

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2 Comments on “What Happened In Salem: Week of Dec. 10th”

  1. UnderYourWing Says:

    why do i watch this? NO TREMORS for months….right? all of a sudden tremors back – drama Ham sammich with a side of that new Heinz EZ Squirt colored ketchup! Probably lime green to make the fires more nommy nommy -Not….

    the lame-o hand grips the so called specialist made him Squeeze to test his strength looked like props from a 1957 Sci Fi movie…. NTM HIS PSEUDO CLINT Voice which drives many of us to the brink of the Fisfull Cliff. Talk about being Aurally Raped on a Daily basis….OUTCH.

    nicky, rename her sybil: from whore to Madonna to slut to almost-Sister Mary Uh Huh NO!! and WHY is Eric even back?? Did we really need another re-run SnoozeFest of a story line?

    • mykleraus Says:

      Literally NO ONE (including Daniel) mentioned his tremors or the fact that he could no longer operate for months and months, until Jennifer started in with this clinical trial. And then he couldn’t even make tea (the official Salem beverage of moping and mourning) because the tremors were so bad. Come on!

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