Days of Our Lives (DOOL) spoilers tease that Victor (John Aniston) is in for a scare. He seems to be on the receiving end of a lot of stress these days. He was at the center of a scandal in which he had an “associate” plant drugs in JJ’s (Casey Moss) apartment, which blew up his relationship with Brady (Eric Martsolf).
Then Victor found out that Xander (Paul Telfer) stole the recording of Nicole’s (Arianne Zucker) murder confession from the Kiriakis safe, and Victor had to come clean with Maggie (Suzanne Rogers) about what he knew about Nicole.
And it seems that Victor can’t relax in his own home. He’s got houseguests coming and going willy nilly, and the addition of crazy Susan (Stacy Haiduk) to the fold nearly set him over the edge. The man can’t get a moment of peace and usually relies on a good dry martini to take the edge off.
But it seems that everything is going to catch up with Victor. Days spoilers say that Victor will have a health crisis over the Thanksgiving holiday. Exactly what will happen remains to be seen, but it looks like he may experience some physical symptoms of the stress he’s been enduring.
Thanksgiving itself will involve stress for Victor, when Adrienne (Judi Evans) and Justin (Wally Kurth) become furious with him for standing in the way of Sonny (Freddie Smith) and Will (Chandler Massey) reuniting. Victor will have an objection to the two men getting back together, and everything will hit the fan.
Will this altercation trigger some chest pains or dizziness? Either of those symptoms could be the sign of a serious problem, so naturally everyone will be concerned. But according to Days spoilers, Sarah (Linsey Godfrey) will jump into action and use her medical training to save the day.
Whatever the problem with Victor, hopefully he’ll be back to his normal grumpy self in no time. What kind of symptoms do you think Victor will experience? Stay tuned to DOOL and don’t forget to check CDL often for the latest Days of Our Lives spoilers, updates, and news.
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