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Sami/Rafe/Nicole/EJ: There is a "tragic turn of events" which makes it even more important for Sami to learn the truth about the baby switch. There are "explosive secrets" revealed, and "the repercussions are devastating" for these four characters. Nicole's guilt gets to her, and that leads her to betray EJ and help Sami. Sami begins to investigate Rafe's past, and we see another side to him.

Hmm, this is actually intriguing. Vague, certainly, but my curiousity is piqued. I actually kind of like the idea of Nicole and Sami being frenemies; they're much more tolerable that way than in spiteful catfights. I'm not quite seeing where the romance comes in, but maybe that's in the other stories. So, moving on . . . .

Philip/Stephanie: Philip saves Stephanie from Owen, but she's traumatized and "secretly turns to pills for comfort". Stephanie must choose between Philip and her family. She is unable to accept Philip's lifestyle and breaks up with him for good.

Ok, as someone who doesn't like Philip and Stephanie together, this is good news, though again not romantic. I like the idea of Stephanie getting some character development as something other than arm candy. I don't blame her for being traumatized.

Bo/Hope: Hope makes a generous charity donation which "garners a lot of unwanted publicity", and it is also noticed by a "mysterious person".

That, I say cautiously, could be interesting. No romance there either, though.

Daniel/Chloe/Kate: Kate catches Daniel and Chloe in a "compromising position", and Kate plans again for revenge. She plots to poison Chloe and frame Daniel.

Um, didn't we have this spoiler months ago?

Melanie/Nathan: Maggie's grandson Nathan, Melissa and Pete's son, is played by newcomer Mark Hapka. He moves in with Maggie and Mickey, and he is a first-year intern at University Hospital. "Sparks fly when he meets Melanie and learns they'll be living under the same roof."

Don't care that much, but hey, at least Melanie will have a man roughly her own age and not be poisoning Philip or Brady for me, hopefully.

Mia/Will/Chad: "We'll be seeing more of the teens this summer." Mia works at the Java Café, and she moves in with Maggie. Her ex-boyfriend Chad, played by newcomer Casey Jon Deidrick, is the father of her baby. He comes to Salem, and he doesn't know she was pregnant.

Any sentence that starts, "We'll be seeing more of the teens" ends with "zzzzzz" for me. Is there where the romance is?

Thanks for posting, Ellie!
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