Days of Our Lives spoilers suggest that a new pairing might be coming up on the soap opera. This new pairing is the pairing of Sarah Horton and Eric Brady. Now that Sarah is in a childlike mind and is finding it hard to figure out anything, her childhood crush on Eric might come into play and lead to a new pairing. How will all this move forward? Here is everything about it.
Sarah Is In A Childlike Mind Right Now
Days of Our Lives viewers keeping up with the soap know that Sarah has become a childlike mindset after being drugged. She doesn’t remember her engagement with Xander. But that doesn’t mean that her love life won’t be of any interest. Sarah remembers that she had a crush on Eric. In fact, she isn’t shutting up about it. She has gone so far as to say that she even wants to marry Eric.
In the recent DOOL episode, Sarah talked about how she wanted to marry Eric and have his baby. She drew a picture where she labeled the bride as “Me” and put Eric’s name above the groom. So, could this be a hint that a new pairing might be in the making? Eric is on his way back to Salem. So, there couldn’t be better timing.
Days Of Our Lives Spoilers: Eric And Sarah, The Next Couple In Town?
Days of Our Lives spoilers suggest that Maggie Kiriakis is planning to send Sarah to the clinic in Florida. She hoped that it would help her. However, Days of Our Lives spoilers suggest that they won’t need any of this if Gwen’s true scheme comes out. Dr. Rolf had been insisting that his antidote would work. So, maybe when Sarah gets a jab of it, she might start making a quick recovery.
Sarah has had severe brain damage. So, there is a possibility that Sarah might not be able to recover immediately. What would happen if Sarah gets back into adult mode, but all her memories are messed up? In her mind, she might still assume that she is in love with Eric. Suddenly, Days of Our Lives is focusing a lot on Sarah and Eric. So, that could be a pairing that might be coming up next. Would you like to see them together? Tell us everything in the comments below.