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The Days of Our Lives Winners & Losers Pages

Our Picks for DOOL Best & Worst of 2015!

by Michele & Cheryl

12/21/15 - 12/25/15


Kayla didnít want to believe Avaís story about having leukemia.  She remembered the type of person she was and knew she was lying about her condition.  Itís great that she woke up to Avaís lies considering she was willing to believe her when Ava first told her she was sick.

Lucasís performance when he cried to Maggie over Will was pretty good.  We felt sorry for him that he had to spend Christmas without Will.  It showed that Lucas was still thinking about Will and actually missed him.


Steve was willing to believe that Ava was dying and wanted to make amends.  Kayla should have been just as suspicious of Ava as Kayla, yet he wasnít.  What is worse is that he was the one who was suspicious of her last week, yet his opinion suddenly changed.

Lucas and Eve were too happy considering their kids were killed this year.  You would think that they would be too depressed to celebrate the holiday.


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