Days of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers for the next two weeks, June 19 to June 30, reveal that Talia Hunter (Aketra Sevillian) and Chanel Dupree (Raven Bowens) will clear the air. When Chanel spots Talia quietly doing a good deed during the week of June 19-23, she’ll acknowledge it and give Talia a chance to open up.
Talia will assist with the Abe Carver (James Reynolds) search by putting up posters around town and will talk to Chanel about Colin Bedford’s (Jasper Newman) abuse.
Although Talia will take responsibility for her own actions, Chanel will get a better idea of the tight grip Colin had on her.
Over with Nurse Whitley King (Kim Coles), she’ll tell fake wedding stories to Abe and will show him a photoshopped picture of her own face on Paulina Price’s (Jackee Harry) body.
Since Abe will have Juneteenth memories of the real Paulina, he’ll realize his current wife looks different and grow quite suspicious despite her attempt at evidence of their union.
Paulina and Abe’s anniversary will bring a celebration – albeit a somber one since Abe won’t be able to take part in it.
On the bright side, Theo Carver (Cameron Johnson), Eli Grant (Lamon Archey) and Olivia Price (Marla Gibbs) will all be on hand to comfort Paulina.
Eli will even work with the Salem PD and try to find clues regarding Abe’s whereabouts.
Days spoilers say Eli will also find time to crack another case when he picks up on Rafe Hernandez’s (Galen Gering) intense bond with Jada Hunter (Elia Cantu).
Next, Dimitri von Leuschner (Peter Porte) will sleep with Gwen Rizczech (Emily O’Brien), declare love to her and promptly propose!
Although Dimitri will be moving at the speed of light in this romance, he’ll act like he knows for sure Gwen is the only woman for him.
Leo Stark (Greg Rikaart) will obviously be quite skeptical of Dimitri’s so-called feelings for Gwen and will think this has Dimitri’s shady mother written all over it.
DOOL fans will see a major showdown as Leo slings accusations at Megan DiMera (Miranda Wilson) and demands answers about her agenda.
Over with Steve Johnson (Stephen Nichols) and Kayla Johnson (Mary Beth Evans), they’ll take a moment to count their blessings.
Kayla and Steve will have a romantic dinner alone, so they’ll be grateful for this time together.
Of course, Steve and Kayla could get even more alone time if Stephanie Johnson (Abigail Klein) moves out.
Stephanie could be on the verge of it since she’s about to take a major step in her romance with Chad DiMera (Billy Flynn), so living under the same roof seems logical.
Chad may invite Stephanie to live at the Horton house or perhaps at a brand-new place of their own.
Across town, Gabi Hernandez (Camila Banus) and Julie Williams (Susan Seaforth Hayes) will get on each other’s bad side. Julie and Gabi will become vicious foes once again, so a wild war is brewing.
In the meantime, Alex Kiriakis (Robert Scott Wilson) will prove he’s a valuable Basic Black employee when he locks in a new deal for Brady Black (Eric Martsolf).
Maggie Kiriakis (Suzanne Rogers) won’t be happy about that deal, so she’ll confront Alex and Brady in the aftermath.
Elsewhere, Xander Cook (Paul Telfer) will give Chloe Lane (Nadia Bjorlin) updates on how strange Bonnie Kiriakis (Judi Evans) was behaving during his last visit to the Kiriakis mansion.
Xander will likely notice that Justin Kiriakis (Wally Kurth) is exhibiting some weird behavior, too.
It looks like Justin will give Xander the cold shoulder, but he’ll only do that to avoid spilling Sarah Horton’s (Linsey Godfrey) secret.
When Sarah finds out Bonnie divulged the truth to Justin, she’ll blast her for it.
However, Bonnie will defend her decision since she had to be honest with her husband – not to mention she was going to burst if she didn’t tell someone!
That said, Bonnie may insist the secret spillage stops now and promise that Justin knows how to keep quiet.
Back with Maggie, she’ll shock Chad with a job offer, so Stephanie will hear the news and express surprise as well.
Maggie will presumably push Chad to take Alex’s old position at Titan, so he’ll talk it over with Stephanie and give Maggie his answer.
Once Talia and Belle Brady (Martha Madison) meet with DA Melinda Trask (Tina Huang), they’ll beg her to be lenient.
Talia made some big mistakes, but Belle will mostly blame Colin and will point out that her client has fully cooperated to help put him away.
Unlike Colin, Talia has learned her lesson and is holding herself accountable for her actions, so Belle will hope that convinces Trask to go easy on her.
Even Chanel will think Talia probably deserves to be cut a break.
Days spoilers say Chanel and Paulina will discuss Colin’s abuse of Talia and how that affected her.
Back with Whitley, she’ll catch Abe off guard by mentioning that his son is back in Salem.
Abe may push Whitley to invite Theo over right away, but Whitley might have some explanation for why it’s not possible or at least not a good idea.
Although Abe won’t remember Theo, he may see the potential to jog his memory here.
Since Whitley will likely seem against a father-son reunion, Abe is bound to get even more suspicious.
During the week of June 26-30, the walls will start closing in on Whitley. Eli will put Whitley through a grilling session, so she might become his top suspect.
Meanwhile, Jada and Rafe will cross into new territory together.
It sounds like Rafe and Jada’s romance will officially begin, but they’ll have to figure out what to do about the rule that prevents them from dating.
Other Days spoilers say Chanel will lean on Johnny DiMera (Carson Boatman), who’ll gladly console her and offer pep talks as needed.
Johnny will once again focus on Chanel instead of Wendy Shin (Victoria Grace), so Tripp Johnson (Lucas Adams) may have the upper hand in the Wendy love triangle.
Finally, Harris Michaels (Steve Burton) will back Megan into a corner.
Will Harris get a chance to kidnap Megan this time around or will someone get in the way again?
Days of Our Lives spoilers say Kate Roberts (Lauren Koslow) will hope Harris can abduct Megan and end the nightmare, but there should be more obstacles to contend with.