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.
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.
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.
Still suffering from nightmares about her rape, Amanda tries to gain control by taking her fear campaign against professor Cannon to a new level. Will she finally make him understand how much he hurt her, or will her threats against his life and his family's safety only provoke more trouble?
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?
With Wyatt's name cleared for the moment by Jim's fall guy, Norman, Hanna shows up at the Cryers to apologize for pointing the finger at their son. Katheryn is thrilled to see her friend again, so much so that she offers a tearful Hanna her job back. However, Jim is not so forgiving.
David has a plan he thinks will silence Candace once and for all. Will it work? Plus, Hanna confronts her son about mortgaging her house and uncovers a huge secret about someone else.
Just when he thought he was done with her, Jim Cryer finds Candace in his office wearing nothing but his judge's robe. See what happens in this juicy sneak preview of an all-new episode of 'Tyler Perry's the Haves and the Have Nots.'
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.
Tyler Perry explains how he came up with 'Nine' as Katheryn Cryer's derogatory label for her husband's mistress on Tyler's OWN drama, 'The Haves and the Have Nots.' Plus, Renee Lawless reveals how her character, Katheryn, can sneak into her personal life, and Tika Sumpter confesses why she likes seeing Candace get taken down a few notches.
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.
Eva Tamargo says that although she loves playing the villain, she had a hard time slapping her friend and colleague Crystal Fox during a particularly heated scene of 'The Haves and the Have Nots.' Watch as Crystal takes the audience through the awkward filming experience and reveals the advice that finally got the actresses to let loose.
The Cryers' lies catch up with them, things get heated between Jeffery and Landon, and David has a new, unlikely admirer. Plus, will Candace escape her kidnappers? Find out on an all-new season this May.
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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