What Happened in Salem: Week of May 15th

While half the show happened in “Greece,” a collection of five repurposed sets…

After two days of being a strong, independent woman by going to her job for 15 minutes at a time, Abigail filed for divorce from Chad. She cried on the shoulder of none other than Dario, who promptly informed her that he’s in danger of being deported because his dumbass mother gave birth to him in Mexico and failed to file the proper paperwork to get him citizenship, which is only being discovered 30-odd years later because the immigration authorities are as negligent as the Salem PD. As a woman who is still married and has the well being of a young child to consider, Abigail decided it would be a sane, responsible choice to marry Dario to keep him in the country. Dario later confided in Kate, an unstable woman whom he barely knows, that he could actually fix the entire thing by refiling the paperwork but instead decided to use the situation to “make” Abigail fall in love with him.

Read the full recap to catch up on What Happened in Salem last week!

Programming note: I’m going to be traveling this week. I don’t anticipate getting too behind on the show, and I’ll have internet access, but in the event that things are quiet here until the weekend, that’s why!

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2 Comments on “What Happened in Salem: Week of May 15th”

  1. underyourwing Says:

    be safe mikey…i hope your travels do NOT include any planes…..if at all possible avoid that mess. have a good time!!


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