What Happened in Salem: Week of January 4th

Salem kicked off 2016 with… try not to be too shocked… more death!

Following the New Year’s Eve car accident, Daniel, Brady, Eric, and Jennifer were all rushed to the hospital. Daniel was pronounced brain-dead (which I would’ve diagnosed him as way back in 2008), and as his next-of-kin, Maggie was tasked with deciding whether to earmark his heart for another patient. Luckily, due to the powers of contrivance, both Brady and Eric needed new hearts and were both matches for Daniel! Maggie agonized over who should get the heart: Brady, her husband’s grandson with whom she is very close and who would die without a transplant, or Eric, the son of a woman who hasn’t spoken to Maggie in four years and who was eligible for an experimental drug therapy that very well might save his existing heart.

Read about the full body count (and some other stuff) in this week’s What Happened in Salem recap!

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2 Comments on “What Happened in Salem: Week of January 4th”

  1. Simon Parris Says:

    We are always a day behind in Australia, so we don’t see the Friday episode until Monday. For months and months I used to read these recaps and not be able to tell what had happened in the episode I was yet to see, but now there are actual spoilers involved. What a change!

    • mykleraus Says:

      Hahahah, there was a while where I didn’t even know what to recap because it was just, like, “These four people talked about the same shit and nothing changed!”


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