JJ on "Days of Our Lives"
JJ (Casey Moss) was charged with Deimos’ (Vincent Irizarry) murder on “Days Of Our Lives.” NBC

Big summer drama seemed to be the name of the game when it came to what unfolded over the last week, as huge, shocking moments took center stage on “Days of Our Lives,” “The Young and the Restless,” and “The Bold and the Beautiful.”

Murderous intrigues and intentions, consequences from bad actions, devastating truths and occasional happy moments all managed to take the spotlight. In case you missed out, here were the five biggest moments to happen on the three soaps this week.

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“Days Of Our Lives” (NBC)

JJ Is Charged With Murder

After evidence seemed to stack up and implicate him, JJ (Casey Moss) found himself looking at murder charges when it came to Deimos’ (Vincent Irizarry) death. Lani (Sal Stowers) remembered seeing the men fight, blood was on JJ’s shirt, and his own DNA was under Deimos’ fingernails. Though it didn’t necessarily prove he committed murder, it was enough evidence to hold him. However, others have since begun to remember small things about the night of the murder, including Sonny (Freddie Smith), Chad (Billy Flynn) and Eric (Greg Vaughan). And now, Sonny has come forward to reveal he thinks he committed the crime. So now, the question still remains—who killed Deimos?

Rafe And Hope Get Engaged

Rafe and Hope on "Days of Our Lives"
Rafe (Galen Gering) and Hope (Kristian Alfonso) became engaged on “Days of Our Lives.” NBC

While drugged, Rafe (Galen Gering) asked Hope (Kristian Alfonso) to marry him, and she said no because she needed closure from Bo’s death, and the only way she would get that would be if Deimos paid. After his murder, Rafe decided to officially propose to her, but was dejected when she seemed unsure. However, after learning that Rafe had gone all over town, seeking approval to ask for her hand from Doug (Bill Hayes), Victor (John Aniston) and Roman (Josh Charles), Hope decided that Rafe was worth marrying and said yes.

“The Young And The Restless” (CBS)

Dr. Harris Tries To Kill Kevin

In an unexpected twist, the man who has been holding Chloe (Elizabeth Hendrickson) and Kevin (Greg Rikaart), and helped her fake her death, was not what he seemed. When Kevin left to get Bella and bring her to her parents, Dr. Harris revealed that he felt protective of Chloe because she reminded him of his dead daughter—and he quickly began acting as if she was her. Among his plans to keep her with him were messing with Kevin's car in an attempt to kill him before he got back to Genoa City. Kevin managed to get out of his car before he exploded however, and got Chloe out of the house as well, before returning home to collect Bella and told his family he was moving to Portland.

Cane Is Fired From Brash And Sassy

After weeks of lying to both Lily (Christel Khalil) and Victoria (Amelia Heinle) about what happened with Juliet (Laur Allen), Cane finally came clean to both his wife and his boss last week. This week however, he faced the consequences of his actions when it came to his job—and Victoria fired him from his role at brash and Sassy.

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“The Bold And The Beautiful” (CBS)

Eric Learns The Truth About Quinn And Ridge

When Sheila (Kimberlin Brown) told Eric (John McCook) that Quinn (Rena Sofer) and Ridge (Thorsten Kaye) were having an affair, he refused to believe it was true. But much to his heartbroken surprise, Quinn and Ridge confessed to him that they had shared a few kisses and flirtations, and he was devastated as a result. He has since kicked Quinn out of his house and disappeared—presumably with Sheila, and there seems to be no way to save either his marriage to Quinn or his relationship with his son.

To see how these stories continue to play out next week, tune in to “Days of Our Lives,” weekdays on NBC, “The Young and the Restless,” weekdays at 12:30 p.m. EDT on CBS, and “The Bold and the Beautiful,” weekdays at 1:30 p.m. EDT on CBS.