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.
Still struggling with his guilt over the hit-and-run accident, Wyatt goes to visit the grave of the young girl he killed. To his horror, the girl's grandfather discovers Wyatt's identity at the cemetery, and Jim needs to step in to help Wyatt get a grip. Will Wyatt's heavy conscience become too much to bear?
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.
While Benny tries to put his family back together by arranging a meeting between Candace and Hanna, the women's animosity toward one another continue to tear it apart. The reunion gets even more heated when Hanna reveals that Quincy is back dogging their steps. Finally, as emotions reach a boiling point, Candace comes clean about what happened to her son.
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?
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?
Set in Savannah, Georgia, Jim and Katheryn Cryer, a wealthy couple, become intimately involved with the families of their hired help, creating a web of controversy as the worlds of The Haves and The Have Nots collide. Tune in to the series premiere Tuesday, May 28, at 9/8c.
Candace confronts Jim, Wyatt makes a terrible confession to Jeffery, and the Cryers' dark secret gets one step closer to being exposed.
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With her husband's political campaign under way, Veronica tries to coerce her son, Jeffery, into hiding his sexuality from the press. Newly liberated and backed up by Candace, Jeffery isn't interested in submitting to his mother's plans. However, Veronica has a shocking ace in the hole.
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.
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?
Jeffery goes looking for Candace but instead finds Amanda and her latest purchase: a handgun. Having heard Amanda's previous threats against her family, Jeffery's worst fears about her mental state are coming true.
After Jeffery's rough afternoon of sparring with his mother, Candace sets him up on a surprise date with Landon, the man he recently met at a club. It takes awhile for him to warm up to the idea, but Jeffery starts to open up to his new friend. However, when Landon shares his feelings about prejudice and the cruel way some people treat others, it hits too close to home for Jeffery.
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