‘The Haves & The Have Nots’ Returned Hotter Than Ever Before, Tyler Perry’s Series Explodes, Highlight Hollywood News

With Tyler Perry’s “The Haves and the Have Nots” returning with full steam, we finally found out what happens to David, after Veronica set fire to their home. David gets out just in time, and concerned about his wife until she calmly suggested, “I was hoping I’d call the undertaker for your ass.” He’s stunned to learn that his wife was the one who set fire to the mansion, trying to kill him.
The next scene has Maggie helping Jim and Katherine with their daughter Amanda’s funeral arrangements, when in comes spoiled Wyatt, “Nice rack! Are they real?” A stunned Maggie is interrupted by Katherine and Jim telling Wyatt to shut up. Is it me, or is Wyatt almost a bigger pest than “The Walking Dead’s” teenager Carl?  Well, it seems he’s undaunted by his judge father explaining what will happen to him when he gets to prison.
Hannah confronts Candace for sleeping with a stranger, and soon they are arguing over Candace’s baby, Q, who Hannah explains to a shocked Candace that he’s still alive, not being fed properly or treated well by Quincy, who luckily right now is in jail.  But Benny is trying to raise the $5,000.00 to have him released from jail so he can kill him. Luckily Hannah didn’t have it and Candace told him she’d have to come back with it.  Meanwhile Veronica gets a call from Benny, who plans to meet later with her in her hotel room.  Veronica has lost her mind, still punishing Jeffrey and David, and now that she knows that Wyatt is the one who sold her out to the D.A., she’s vowing to get even with him next.
Back to the Harrington mansion, David confides in Jim that Veronica tried to kill him by setting their home on fire, and Katherine seems stunned beyond words to learn that Veronica has been hiding Wyatt’s car all of this time.  But Jeffrey was quick to realize that his mother set the fire and asked his father, David what he planned to do about it. David is upset and worried about Veronica’s mental wellness or lack there of, refusing to turn her in to the cops for arson and attempted murder.  But the dastardly D.A. showed up, Veronica threw her off the place, but she’s on to this case.
Landon and Jeffrey’s glow didn’t last long.  Wyatt showed up and stormed out after realizing what was going on.  In an adjoining room Candace is being consoled by the stranger who has a mysterious interest in her.  It may just be me, but I still think the guy works for David and means no good to Candace at all.

Candace learns her son is alive!

Candace stopped by so happy that her mother Hannah actually saw her son Quince II, but the joy soon turned to threats when Hannah learned Candace is planning to attend Amanda’s funeral.  “If you go there, daughter, it’s gonna be me and you!”  Meanwhile while left alone all Benny could think about was getting Quincy out of jail.
Veronica continued to lie to Katherine that she doesn’t know how the fire was started.Jim and Hannah had a poignant and warm moment when he thanked her for her help in Amanda’s funeral arrangements, which came to a crashing halt, literally when later Celine showed up begging Jim to rehire her and he wasn’t having any of it.  Soon Wyatt comes in and begins hurling “whores” at Celine until he tells her that “Jim can’t help you, he wasn’t there for his own daughter Amanda.”  Jim goes into a tirade and beats Wyatt down and Hannah shows up, breaks them apart and demands Celine leave. She leaves, vowing, “I’ll return,” and while nursing Wyatt’s busted lip, Hannah gets the shock of her life when Wyatt teases that he knows what happened to her son Benny, implicating himself as the driver in the accident that almost killed Hannah’s son.

Jim is devastated that Wyatt would toy with Hannah and it ends.

“The Haves and Have Nots” airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. only on OWN (The Oprah Winfrey Network).
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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