Jeffery has finally had enough of Wyatt's antics, and Celine shows her true colors to Katheryn. Then, Hanna's strength hangs by a thread at the hospital while Tony plots behind her back. Plus, Veronica refuses to soften her stance on Jeffery's open homosexuality.
For the very first time, Tyler Perry sits down as host with the cast of the hit drama series 'The Haves and the Have Nots.' Tune in for a three-episode exclusive series of 'The Tyler Perry Show' from Tyler Perry Studios in the heart of Atlanta.
Stricken with guilt, Katheryn comes to visit Benny and Hanna in the hospital. Hanna relates the conversation she had with Jim, in which he dismissed Wyatt's guilt in the hit-and-run and made it understood that she was supposed to drop it. The trust between the two women is now gone. Katheryn offers to move Benny to a private facility with better care, but first Hanna demands to know the truth: Is Wyatt the one who put her son in the hospital?
As Veronica, the tough lawyer and mother on 'Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots,' actress Angela Robinson has had to say some very hateful things and endure the wrath of viewers because of it. When Veronica's son, Jeffery, played by Gavin Houston, came out as gay, Veronica's reaction created a furor on Twitter. Watch as Angela explains why she didn't back down from that difficult scene.
Amanda's sinister spin on an old children's counting rhyme finally reaches its bloody denouement. But is it Katheryn, Wyatt or Amanda herself who falls victim to her gun?
Sex, lies, deceit: You have never seen a family like this! On 'Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots,' the rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting even. Watch a preview and see why sometimes the most beautiful people have the ugliest secrets.
Actress Eva Tamargo plays Celine, the conniving, jealous housekeeper on 'Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots.' This season, Celine and Hanna get into a physical scuffle, with many fans cheering against Celine. Find out why Eva doesn't mind attracting the ire of the audience, and learn what she hopes to see in Celine's future.
While stuck in jail at the hands of Tony and his lawyer, a confused, distraught Hanna finally gets some good news: Katheryn moved her son, Benny, to a private hospital, and he's alive. Now, Katheryn is on a mission to get Hanna out from behind bars, but will Katheryn change her mind when she discovers that Hanna betrayed the Cryers?
After another nightmare about rape at the hands of her teacher, Amanda goes to confront professor Cannon one last time. At his wit's end, Cannon offers to provide Amanda with personal counseling sessions with a psychiatrist, but his former victim only wants one thing: blood.
With Veronica holding the key to Jeffery and Wyatt's freedom, Jeffery agrees to suppress his sexuality and go on a date with Melissa, a woman his mother has chosen for him. However, it doesn't take too long for Jeffery to realize that it's not just Melissa's two X chromosomes that make her a poor match.
Jim's night turns decidedly sour when Amanda brings Quincy to a dinner party at the Cryer estate. Amanda dangles her provocative new beau in front of her parents, and after a violent scuffle with the ex-convict, Jim's secret affair with Candace is revealed. Will Amanda believe the words of her father or her murderous boyfriend?
Still reeling from the revelation that Veronica is in possession of Jeffery's car, the one missing from Wyatt's hit-and-run accident, David decides it's time to confront his wife. However, her reasons for holding on to the evidence might be more than he can take.
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