Things have been very different in Salem since Jennifer woke up from her coma and it was revealed that an entire year has passed. Now, the truth about what happened to cause tension between JJ and Brady will come to light on the Thursday, Nov. 14 episode of “Days of Our Lives.”

JJ (Casey Moss) has once again become addicted to drugs in the past year, and while some of his struggle on the NBC soap may have been tied to the fact that his mother had been in a coma, it also came to light that the woman he loved, Haley (Thia Megia) had also apparently died. However, that wasn’t the only surprising reveal regarding his current state, as he had a negative reaction to seeing Brady (Eric Martsolf) when both attended an AA meeting at Eric (Greg Vaughan) and Maggie’s (Suzanne Rogers) urging.

Since then, it has also been revealed that Brady has not been having the best or easiest year either since a year ago he and Kristen (Stacy Haiduk) were expecting their first child together and he was also having success as the CEO of Titan. However, he has since lost the job to Xander (Paul Telfer), and more upsetting, he and Kristen apparently lost the baby as well. Considering his trauma and how it may have left to him sliding back into his own addiction issues, it may have led to him having some role in what happened to Haley—and it could be something JJ can’t hear.

“JJ blows up at Brady,” spoilers reveal.

If Brady had something to do with what happened to Haley, it could explain JJ’s current state—and it may mean things aren’t fixable between them either.

However, something happening between them which caused problems won’t be the only shocking reveal either, because it appears everyone has been going through some drama in the last year—and at least for one person who was already embroiled in a problem a year ago, things may have only gotten worse.

“There is a shocking reveal involving Lani (Sal Stowers)” spoilers state.

“Days of Our Lives” airs weekdays on NBC.

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JJ (Casey Moss) blows up at Brady (Eric Martsolf) on the Nov. 14, 2019 episode of “Days of Our Lives.”  XJ Johnson/JPI Studios for NBC