Candace and Jim have an explosive exchange while Amanda recovers from her suicide attempt, and Katheryn faces surgery. Plus, Wyatt receives a visit from his past, and Amanda tells Candace she was raped. Then, Veronica assists Benny and confronts Jim about Candace.
While Jim, David and Maggie plot to bring down Candace, Hanna struggles to save her son. Katheryn offers to help Benny, but with Tony suing to take him off life support, it may be too late.
After Candace charges into the Cryer-Harrington campaign headquarters and delivers her pricey demands to Jim, David, their wives and Maggie, Veronica pushes back with some threats of her own. However, Candace has one last trump card to play.
David's relationship with Maggie threatens to take an unprofessional turn when the two find themselves staying at the same hotel. With Veronica becoming increasingly manipulative and callous, and Maggie clearly stating her romantic intentions, David's devotion to his wife is put to the test.
In his plot to eliminate his blackmailing former mistress, Jim spares Candace's life, but takes everything she owns. Without a penny to her name, Candace turns to her old friend and gangster War for a bailout, and some muscle.
With Candace causing trouble at Jim's campaign events, Maggie decides to do some digging. She sets up a meeting with Veronica and Katheryn, and tells them that she knows Candace was a call girl, one who was contacted on a phone purchased by the Cryers' maid. Despite this damning evidence against Jim, Maggie has a plan to end Candace's interference once and for all.
Having seen David and Maggie emerge from the same hotel room just that morning, Veronica is out for blood. Will David's campaign manager cower before the domineering wife of her client (and not-so-secret crush), or will she stand firm?
Jeffery tells Candace about his impending lunch meeting with his mother. Candace, who is out for blood after Jim's refusal to help her comatose brother, Benny, tries to goad Jeffery into spiting his mother by refusing to dress and act as she has come to expect. Candace even suggests that she come along to help Jeffery stand up to his mother, but Jeffery is wary of her motives. Will Candace bring down the Cryers and the Harringtons?
Millions tuned in for the jaw-dropping, tweet-worthy, OMG premiere on May 28, but 'Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots' is just getting started. See what viewers like you had to say and get a first look at what's coming up!
Not unlike Jim Cryer, his character on "Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots," actor John Schneider has a quick, sarcastic wit, which often leads to ad-libbing on set. One thing Tyler Perry didn't expect John to say was that he thinks Jim is actually in love with Candace Young. Why does John think Jim has met his match? Find out now.
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.
It became clear last season that Amanda's obsession with violence had spiraled out of control. Has the youngest Cryer's descent into madness proved fatal for someone in her family?
Veronica learns the truth about Wyatt's accident and has an uncomfortable encounter with her son. Meanwhile, Candace struggles to learn more about Benny's condition at the hospital. Plus, Amanda has a startling question for Jeffery.
Jim and David are put in an uncomfortable position when Maggie suggests they join the march in support of finding Savannah's notorious hit-and-run driver. Can Jim keep it together around the murdered girl's grandfather and continue covering for Wyatt?
At the end of Season 1 of 'Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots,' Aaron O'Connell's character, Wyatt, gets behind the wheel while high and kills a little girl. This season, Aaron has had to access some deep emotions to convey Wyatt's grief, guilt and regret to the audience. Watch as the actor relates the personal tragedy that he uses to fuel those scenes.
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