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.
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.
As Veronica searches for answers about Benny's case, information comes to light tying him to Tony, the father he doesn't know he has. Meanwhile, Jeffery tries to convince Laura to stay away from Wyatt.
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.
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.
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?
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?
See what happens when Benny gets caught in Candace's web of havoc. Can he get free? Plus, when Amanda needs help with schoolwork, Candace gives her some new advice. Will it pay off?
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 his son in jail and District Attorney Jennifer Sallison out for blood, Jim ups the ante in his cover-up.
Secrets are revealed when Jeffery finally confesses to his parents that he's gay. Then, Hanna unintentionally tells Benny that Tony is his father. Plus, Candace informs Amanda that her parents have been keeping her inheritance from her.
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.
Katheryn's secret is nearly exposed to her family as she leaves the hospital prematurely. Then, Veronica takes new information regarding Benny's case straight to David and exposes the conspiracy.
After working with actress Tika Sumpter on a film, Tyler Perry asked her to take on the role of Candace Young in his series "Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots." At first, Tika said she needed to think about it, so Tyler called in some backup. Watch as Tika talks about two phone calls she received from Oprah and why she ultimately decided to join the cast.
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