He already struck out when it came to blackmailing his brother into getting Chloe away from Stefan. Now, desperate to do whatever he can to get what he wants, Brady will enlist a new ally in his plan on the Wednesday, April 3 episode of “Days of Our Lives.”

Brady (Eric Martsolf) wants Chloe (Nadia Bjorlin) out of Stefan’s (Brandon Barash) home because he can sense that she is getting closer to him, and his jealousy has caused him to act out on the NBC soap. However, his attempt to force Eric (Greg Vaughan) into helping him get what he wants backfired since Sarah (Linsey Godfrey) confessed to Rex (Kyle Lowder) on her own about kissing him. Now, he needs someone else to help him achieve his goal, and there is only one person he can think of who might be able to do that—Gabi (Camila Banus).

“Brady encourages Gabi to take her revenge against Stefan to a whole new level,” spoilers reveal.

Gabi stopped her revenge after her last scheme, but is still very much against Stefan—or so she has been claiming, even after sharing a spiteful kiss with him. Still, she could be on board with a plan, though if she lets Brady know she kissed Stefan, she could be shocked with what he tells her to do in order to reach his own goal.

Of course, Brady could be going too far for no reason. While Chloe has in fact been drawn to Stefan, she has been holding him at arm's length in terms of pursuing a romance because she wants to make sure she and the kids are all safe from El Fideo’s cartel before she lets anyone else into her life in that way. And while Stefan is working hard to try and impress her and be romantic, it appears she is going to remain the way she is.

“Stefan’s attraction to Chloe grows, but she keeps him at a distance,” spoilers reveal.

“Days of Our Lives” airs weekdays on NBC.

Days of Our Lives Brady (Eric Martsolf) encourages Gabi (Camila Banus) to take her revenge against Stefan (Brandon Barash, not pictured) to a whole new level on the April 3, 2019 episode of “Days of Our Lives.” Photo: XJ Johnson/JPI Studios for NBC