What Happened in Salem: Week of February 13th

As Steve and Kayla remarried, people kept intermittently remembering that they’re all still obsessed with the Orwell…

Apparently nostalgic for the 18 hours he spent in Prague, Sonny visited the Salem alley that’s identical to the one in the Czech Republic — and was attacked and kidnapped. Paul, who was beaten while trying to save him, went with Adrienne to confront Deimos, as they were convinced Sonny’s kidnapping must be part of the war over the Orwell. Chad and Gabi remained in the meat locker, where things got dire after the motor kicked back in and threatened to freeze them to death, so of course we didn’t see them for the remainder of the week.

Read the full recap to see What Happened in Salem this week!

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8 Comments on “What Happened in Salem: Week of February 13th”

  1. Gavin Scott Says:

    I missed the ruse by Shane and Steve. What was the upshot?

    • mykleraus Says:

      Stefano was captured in Prague and then appeared to have escaped, but Steve went to a hotel room and found Shane taking off a Stefano disguise. They planted Shane as Stefano (…and somehow faked a DNA sample and fingerprints…) in order to prove that Stefano was alive and Hope couldn’t have killed him.

  2. Gavin Scott Says:

    Was Hope a half-sister to David? Or step-sister since Hope’s dad married David’s mum (who was also Hope’s half-sister)?

    And funny that David’s death was revealed at Kayla’s wedding (or just after) – apparently David and Kayla briefly dated?

  3. underyourwing Says:

    so, no discussion of the ridiculousness of shane ‘being’ stefano? please…..

    • mykleraus Says:

      I just don’t even know what to say. It was so stupid, and then they kind of tried to walk it back with that tease that Stefano survived anyway — but then who the hell’s body was in the grave that they got the DNA from?!


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