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.
For the very first time, Tyler Perry sits down as host with the cast of the hit drama series 'The Haves and the Have Nots.' Tune in for a three-episode exclusive series of 'The Tyler Perry Show' from Tyler Perry Studios in the heart of Atlanta.
Stricken with guilt, Katheryn comes to visit Benny and Hanna in the hospital. Hanna relates the conversation she had with Jim, in which he dismissed Wyatt's guilt in the hit-and-run and made it understood that she was supposed to drop it. The trust between the two women is now gone. Katheryn offers to move Benny to a private facility with better care, but first Hanna demands to know the truth: Is Wyatt the one who put her son in the hospital?
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.
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.
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?
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.'
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.
After Benny finally receives proper medical care, his physician, Dr. Bailor, begins to see incremental improvement in his brain swelling. But the doctor's recommendation to take Benny off his ventilator sooner than expected will test Hanna's faith. Will Benny be able to breathe on his own?
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.
It's been a roller-coaster ride full of heart-pounding brushes with death, astonishing revelations and cold-blooded power plays in the city of Savannah, Georgia. Catch up on this season's craziest twists and turns.
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.
Jeffery and Wyatt leave the monotony of the rehab center to help Amanda move into her new apartment with Candace, and drama is bound to ensue. Plus, Benny sets Hanna up on a blind date!
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