Episode 20 of Tyler Perry’s series, The Haves and the Have Nots was pretty darn good! Fights, aggressive grandmothers, and child theft all came into play this episode! But is one of our favorite characters starting to realize that they are in too deep?
Hope you caught episode 19’s recap of HAHN! The Haves and the Have Nots 2016 Recap: S4 E19 – I Am a Wolf.
The Haves and the Have Nots starts back off with Mitch trying to break up the fight between David Harrington and Benny Young. Benny was talking mad trash about Veronica Harrington and him and how David was just mad; I think David is really over Veronica’s mess at this point, so that doesn’t even phase him anymore. David was just like, “Okay, keep talking. Come over here and try me and see what happens!” Mitch tried to calm David down and talk to him, but David was like, “The both of y’all better be out of this town by tomorrow night, because tomorrow night I will be raising all kinds of cane up in this piece!” Mitch tried to talk calmly with him, but David still wasn’t having it. Then Mitch was like, “Do you know who I am?” David was like, “Uh…a guy who works here?” Then David’s phone started ringing in his car. Mitch was like, “Hey, your phone’s ringing. You might want to answer it; it just might help you change your mind about turning our phones back on.” So David gets in the car and answers the phone – some elderly lady named Mama Rose answers the phone – apparently she’s someone he’s worked with before to handle “business.” She’s like, “You know that boy standing in front of your car?” David was like,”….are you watching me?” Mama Rose said, “Yeah! I’m right behind you!” He looks out his rear view mirror and sees an old Crown Vic sitting right behind him. Mama Rose was like, “Do you know the boy’s last name? It’s Malone. That’s my grandson! He doesn’t want anything to do with the family business; he wants to earn him own keep. However, he does call us when he needs something taken care of. So turn the phones back on, David.” David was like, “I can’t do that.” Mama Rose said, “You WILL turn those phones back on. You know how things go down with us.” David was like, “I’ll do it in the morning.” Mama Rose said, “No, turn them on tonight.” So David calls Oscar/Brandon and tells him to turn the phones back on.
Meanwhile, Candice Young is still sitting outside campaign headquarters watching Oscar/Brandon when she gets a call from Hanna Young (or “Mama from Hell,” as Candice has her saved in her phone). She sends it straight to voicemail. Then Erica calls her and tells her that Greyson flaked on her. When she asked if Candice needed her to come back, Candice was like, “Nah, I’m good. But I need you to get to the hotel. David should be coming in around this time looking for his next drink.” She basically instructed her to put on some southern charm and play cat-and-mouse. After they get off the phone, Hanna calls again. Candice finally answers. Hanna tells her about Lil Quincy being in the hospital and asked if she even cared. Candice basically told her that she’s not talking to her about anything and hung up. Hanna kept calling back, so much so that Candice just threw her phone out the window.
We see Mitch again, talking to Benny. Benny is just sitting there looking all crazy and mad, talking about, “He better turn our phones back on. I’m sick of this dude! That’s why I had to whoop his a**!” Mitch was like, “Uh…I didn’t see any a**-whooping going on….’ole man held his own for sure. Besides, I handled it already.” Benny didn’t believe him,”What did you do? You didn’t do anything. I need to go get him again.” Mitch reassured him that it was taken care of. As soon as he said that, the phones started ringing off the hook! Benny got extra happy then: “I think that whooping worked!”
Then we catch back up with David, who has arrived at the hotel for a drink. Erica and some other dude decided to act like they were having an argument, where they acted like they were dating and Erica found out ole dude was married. David took the bait and started watching the whole thing. As soon as Erica burst into tears, David went to try and help her, but Erica told him to leave her alone and ran out. When she got outside she called Candice to let her know that it worked. Candice told her to wait until tomorrow to go back in. Candice also told her that she followed Oscar/Brandon home and found out that he lives in town, has a family, and his last name is Maven. Candice was like, “I’m about to turn his fairy-tale into a nightmare.
As that’s going on, we see Candice’s nosy neighbor sneaking around Candice’s house when she bumps into Hanna and gets scared out of her skin. Hanna’s like, “What are you doing?” like it wasn’t weird. She’s like, “Oh, I’m just walking my dog.” Hanna looked around,”There is no dog..” The woman was like, “Oh, well this is what I used to do before he died.” Then she brings up Quincy never coming out. The woman was like, “Do you smell that? What is that awful smell?” Hanna didn’t smell anything, but the woman said she’d call the city – “Maybe it’s a gas leak or something.” When the lady showed her the picture of Quincy, Hanna told her about the situation and the woman told her about her little investigation she has going on. When the lady left Hanna standing there, Candice pulls up. They have a conversation about getting Lil Quincy and Hanna offers Candice all the money she got from the Cryers. Candice was like, “Take your money. I can’t even buy myself a purse with this. Get off my property.” Hanna was like, “I’m done begging this time.” Candice said, “Hey, tell my brother to sue those Cryers and get my money back.” Of course Hanna refused.
Back at the jail, the banker goes in to talk to Jim Cryer about the balloon. He said that it’s going to work out, but there’s a problem: Although Candice signed the paperwork, Benny’s name is on the title to the tow yard. Jim was panicked at first, but then said it would all be cool: “She doesn’t have access to the money because it’s locked up for evidence here. Katheryn Cryer and I will get it worked out. Just make sure she knows that she needs to pay the money back within 24 hours or she’s going to jail.”
Hanna went to Katheryn’s house to see what she needed (remember, Katheryn told her to come over). Turns out, Katheryn is going to leave her $5 million in her will. Hanna was like, “I hope I go before you.” FOOL! HANNA, YOU ARE A FOOL!
Anyway, they talked about seeing Wyatt Cryer in the hospital and stuff, then Hanna’s like, “Katheryn…if I went to jail, would you get me out?” Katheryn was like, “Uhh…yea?” And Hanna ran off, leaving Katheryn and everyone else confused.
Later, Jeffrey Harrington is sitting at Candice’s house, and they’re talking about her putting Lil Quincy up for adoption instead of giving him up for adoption. She was like, “I’m so broken. I can’t bring my son here and let him play in the backyard where is dad is buried.” Jeffrey’s like, “You’ll get it figured out. You’re a bad b***h, remember?” Candice said, “Yeah, but this bad b***h is tired. I’ve played too many people, and it’s starting to catch up with me” Wow…
As that’s going on, we see Hanna run into the hospital and take Lil Quincy!!
And that was the end of The Haves and the Have Nots!