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Days of Our Lives Comings and Goings

By December 11, 2012

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Bill and Susan Seaforth HayesHere's the latest comings and goings casting news from Days of Our Lives.

Guess who's coming home for the holidays? Bill Hayes and Susan Seaforth Hayes (Doug and Julie). Hope's dad and sister/stepmother are slated to air on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

After a brief return to General Hospital as Ned, Wally Kurth is back as Days' Justin on December 12. He'll share a scene with Freddie Smith (Sonny) and a pivotal confrontation with Casey Jon Deidrick, as Justin warns Chad to stop harassing Gabi or face doing time for breaching his contract with Nick.

Photo Courtesy: NBC/Paul Drinkwater


December 11, 2012 at 3:51 pm
(1) Christie says:

I am always happy to see Doug and Julie return to Days of Our Lives. I wish they were on more, to tell you the truth. Too bad Bo won’t be back for Christmas. How is the show going to handle that????

December 11, 2012 at 6:08 pm
(2) mark says:

YAWN ! Sigh ………. Looks like there is not much going on with the coming and goings. I could tell that by this weeks soap opera digest. I am glad though about Doug and Julie. I haven’t seen them since the daysaster. lol.

Here are some characters i would love to see leave. 1 ) KRISTEN if they are not going to let her be Susan at somepoint. 2. ) Rafe 3 ) IDIOT GABI 4. ) Nick 5. ) Jennifer 6. ) Stefano 7 ) Daniel 8 ) Nicole .

December 12, 2012 at 12:21 pm
(3) Voice of Reason says:

Mark–don’t be silly. You cant get rid of Stefano. He is the villan of all villans! He’s the Phoenix! It’s not much of a show without him wreaking havoc!

December 17, 2012 at 6:01 pm
(4) joankurzrock says:

Has Hollywood casted James Scott for therole of Christian Grey yet? Come on guys and gals in movieland, what are you waiting for. I definitely want a front row seat.

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