Days of our Lives Two Scoops Commentary (2009)

Days of our Lives opinion columns from 2009
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Love a storyline? Want to throw the remote at the screen during others? Our Two Scoops columnists feel the same way. Each week, they provide their own commentary on the action in the Two Scoops column.

Every week, our Two Scoops columnists share their thoughts and opinions in the Two Scoops commentary columns. Those columns are archived to allow fans a chance to make sure that they've read every opinion for every week. This archive features columns written about Days of our Lives in the calendar year.

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Suzanne Rogers
January 5, 2009
This past week, Salem's finest showed up at Chez Rouge to ring in the new year, and, in keeping with tradition, there was a lot of drama at Maggie's bash.
Darin Brooks
January 12, 2009
Max and Chelsea have hella history between them, but the writers are acting like that history doesn't exist.
Drake Hogestyn
January 19, 2009
This past week, crazy Charlotte lied to John, thus dashing his hopes of regaining his memory. Why are most of the psychiatrists in Salem more messed up than their patients?
Deidre Hall
January 26, 2009
John and Marlena set a gold standard for super couples, and this past week, they bid farewell to Salem.
Arianne Zucker
February 2, 2009
Nicole doesn't seem crazy, she just seems to be acting out of desperate pathetic tendencies in order to hang onto E.J.
Peter Reckell
February 9, 2009
Bo's always been someone who flies by the seat of his pants. It's an interesting dynamic to watch him deal with having any kind of foresight, much less accurate foresight.
Mary Beth Evans
February 16, 2009
Kayla just can't seem to stay mad at Steve. This past week, she scolded him for keeping such a big secret, then asked him to cuddle. Go easier on him next time, Sweetness.
Alison Sweeney
February 23, 2009
Stefano will see Nicole as nothing less than a faithful DiMera soldier when the truth is finally revealed. Nicole should be more worried about what Sami will do to her.
Lauren Koslow
March 2, 2009
Not only did Sami finally make her way back to Salem this past week, but the scheming, vengeful Kate that we all know and love to hate is back in business. Watch out, Salem!
Eric Martsolf
March 9, 2009
Brady is Nicole's moral compass, and quite possibly the best looking Jiminey Cricket ever, and he actually accepts her for who she is. She's an absolute fool if she cuts him out of her life.
Joseph Mascolo
March 16, 2009
In a not-so-shocking twist of fate, it was revealed last week that none other than ole' Stefano DiMera was behind Mayor Marino's murder!
Nadia Bjorlin
March 23, 2009
It's official! Chloe is Mrs. Lucas Horton. Yet, her newfound social status is certainly not going to last long. Kate is going to do everything that she can to un-Horton Chloe.
Thaao Penghlis
March 30, 2009
Just when things were looking up, Tony fell down. Actually, he accidentally fell from some steps on the pier, crashed through a handrail, and was impaled on a sharp piece of wood. Ouch!
Joseph Mascolo
April 6, 2009
Stefano, villain extraordinaire, has been MIA since last summer's purple gas experiment, but now the crazy tyrant who was hell-bent on getting revenge on the world is back.
Arianne Zucker
April 13, 2009
Nicole has worked hard to cover her tracks, but last week, she regressed to using the same philosophy that a child uses when they cover their eyes and think that no one can see them.
Eric Martsolf
April 20, 2009
Nicole is on her second (legal) marriage and her fourth husband. Brady just needs to head over the pub and get himself a burger; by the time he's done eating, Nicole will probably be free again.
Jay Kenneth Johnson
April 27, 2009
Unlike Tony's death, Philip's shooting was no accident. Philip didn't fall over a shaky rail onto the trigger of a gun. The amount of unsolved crimes in Salem is quickly piling up.
Rachel Melvin
May 4, 2009
The countdown to Rachel Melvin's exit is drawing to an end. It looks like Chelsea will be going to London to tend to Billie, who was seriously injured in an auto accident.
Lauren Koslow
May 11, 2009
Kate wants to protect Lucas, but she's not about to let Chloe and Dr. Dan off the hook. And, boy oh boy, she certainly didn't let Chloe off the hook last week!
John Aniston
May 18, 2009
With Victor keeping Stefano locked in a room, dangling at the cusp of a diabetic coma, E.J. was forced to make a tough decision -- sign over all of DiMera Enterprises to Victor, or let Stefano die.
Joseph Mascolo
May 25, 2009
The Kiriakis vs. DiMera feud is hitting it out of the park! Any time that Joseph Mascolo and John Aniston share the screen is guaranteed gold, and they delivered some chillingly awesome scenes last week.
Peter Reckell
June 1, 2009
Bo is in a tough spot. Everyone wants everyone else arrested, but no one is willing to testify for fear that it might incriminate themselves or a family member.
Shawn Christian
June 8, 2009
Daniel looks like a schmuck when he tries to take on Kate. It's like watching one of those toy dogs try to act big and tough in front of a coyote.
Alison Sweeney
June 15, 2009
The entire past week was, to put it mildly, utterly heartbreaking. Sadly, the little bundle of cuteness known as Grace just couldn't beat the Bacterial Meningitis that she was diagnosed with.
Darin Brooks
June 22, 2009
Sadly, Max bid adieu to Salem last week. Darin Brooks brought a fun, mischievous charm to the part, and his shoes will be hard to fill if they eventually decide to recast the role.
Nadia Bjorlin
June 29, 2009
Chloe's daydreams are getting ridiculous. When said daydreams start interfering with basic bodily functions like eating, something is wrong.
Lauren Koslow
July 6, 2009
James E. Reilly must be smiling down on the current writers over Kate's poison apple scheme. Evil Kate is usually enjoyable, but last week's scenes between her and Chloe were just awkward.
Bryan Dattilo
July 13, 2009
Why doesn't Kate just grab Maggie, walk right up to Lucas, and tell him what a cheating, lying piece of trash Chloe is? Lucas doesn't like women who cheat on him.
Galen Gering
July 20, 2009
This past week, Stefano managed to get the goods on Rafe. What those goods happen to be is anyone's guess at this point.
Casey Deidrick
July 27, 2009
At times when all of the adults are running around swapping babies and feeding each other poisoned apples, at least we have one storyline that is realistic -- the teen scene!
Renee Jones
August 3, 2009
With Daniel incarcerated, we're finally getting to see Lexie save the day again! That's refreshing, since Daniel has been the go-to doctor for the past year.
Lauren Koslow
August 10, 2009
Lauren Koslow is positively brilliant at conveying the sick, twisted pleasure that Kate gets when things go her way and the people who she's damned are suffering.
Lauren Boles
August 17, 2009
This past week, Ciara was kidnapped. Bo and Hope must have cosmically bad luck when it comes to babysitters.
Wallace Kurth
August 24, 2009
This past week, Justin Kiriakis brought the perfect amount of balance to Ciara's kidnapping storyline. He was calm, cool, and collected without seeming cold or callous.
Kristian Alfonso
August 31, 2009
It's odd to see Hope's trust in Bo diminish so quickly, considering all that they've been through. Watching them fight is nearly as disturbing as watching Ciara's kidnappers.
Joseph Mascolo
September 7, 2009
Nicole should have known that Stefano would have Baker killed. Why else do you go to Stefano DiMera for help? Because of his great arbitration skills?
Josh Taylor
September 14, 2009
This past week, it was revealed that Arianna has been working for Roman this whole time. This twist suggests that Roman might know more about Rafe than he is prepared to let on right now.
Nadia Bjorlin
September 21, 2009
Chloe's awake, and she's just as dopey and annoying as ever. To make matters worse, the Chloemeister seemed to bounce back from the brink in record time.
Joseph Mascolo
September 28, 2009
How can you not enjoy a storyline which involves Stefano blackmailing Lexie into attending his wedding by threatening to eat an entire cake?
Casey Deidrick
October 5, 2009
Last week, Mia let almost all of her secrets out in one conversation. How was she supposed to know that Chad was the one person on a soap who would actually hear a conversation that he walked up on?
Crystal Chappell
October 12, 2009
This past week, Carly Manning decided to return to Salem...after killing Lawrence, that is.
Arianne Zucker
October 19, 2009
Nicole doesn't miss a beat. She's created such a complicated web of lies, and yet with each lie that comes out, she regroups and scrambles to pick up what she still has left and hold onto that.
John Aniston
October 26, 2009
Thanks to Stefano's illness, Victor did some soul-searching and reflected on his own mortality last week. It seems that Vic wants out of the illegal part of his business.
Louise Sorel
November 2, 2009
Vivian's back, and her first words were proof of great things to come. Even though we only saw her for a second last week, that was enough.
Peter Reckell
November 9, 2009
We've seen this scenario before. Bo and Hope are at odds, and there's another woman in his bed. Recycling is good for the environment, but bad for storylines.
Alison Sweeney
November 16, 2009
Expecting Rafe to be able to pull off the kind of explosive show-stopping moment that viewers had expected would be like expecting Sami to lead an extended meditation class.
Arianne Zucker
November 23, 2009
Everyone should stand up and give a special ovation to Arianne Zuker, who has carried the baby-swap storyline from day one -- whether you love Nicole or love to hate her, Ari's been amazing to watch.
Casey Deidrick
November 30, 2009
The Mia/Chad/Will saga has continued to deliver a very strong, supporting, moving, and appropriate teen saga all the way through sweeps.
Alison Sweeney
December 7, 2009
Ah, Salem -- another week, another abduction. It's not the safest town to live in if you're under the age of five. Then again, the over-five set doesn't fare too well, either.
Lindsay Hartley
December 14, 2009
The instant that she got to Cleveland, Arianna started a fight with Brady about Nicole. Good move, Ari. Men always fall into your arms when you tell them how stupid they are.
Mark Hapka
December 21, 2009
Part one of a two-part look back at the events of the past year in Salem. This week, our columnists discuss the best that Days of our Lives had to offer in 2009.
Wallace Kurth
December 28, 2009
Part two of a two-part look back at the events of the past year in Salem. This week, our columnists discuss the worst that Days of our Lives had to offer in 2009.

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