As Veronica, the tough lawyer and mother on 'Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots,' actress Angela Robinson has had to say some very hateful things and endure the wrath of viewers because of it. When Veronica's son, Jeffery, played by Gavin Houston, came out as gay, Veronica's reaction created a furor on Twitter. Watch as Angela explains why she didn't back down from that difficult scene.
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.
Actress Eva Tamargo plays Celine, the conniving, jealous housekeeper on 'Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots.' This season, Celine and Hanna get into a physical scuffle, with many fans cheering against Celine. Find out why Eva doesn't mind attracting the ire of the audience, and learn what she hopes to see in Celine's future.
Hanna tells the police who killed a little girl and put her son in a coma, leaving Jim scrambling to protect his son. Meanwhile, Candace makes more trouble for Jim and David's campaign and drops a bombshell on Katheryn.
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?
Jeffery and Amanda are arguing about Amanda's mental health when Candace interrupts with some terrible news: Her brother, Benny, is dead. Jeffery encourages Candace to express her grief. Watch her unsettling response.
Worried about Amanda's increasingly erratic behavior, Jeffery decides it's time to talk to her mother. Katheryn suspects living with Candace is having an adverse effect on her daughter, but nothing could prepare her for what Jeffery has to say.
Jeffery makes a plan to protect himself and Wyatt from his mother's blackmail scheme. Meanwhile, Jim and David march with the very group that's trying to expose Jim's son for manslaughter. Plus, Hanna's worst nightmare comes true.
After Jeffery's rough afternoon of sparring with his mother, Candace sets him up on a surprise date with Landon, the man he recently met at a club. It takes awhile for him to warm up to the idea, but Jeffery starts to open up to his new friend. However, when Landon shares his feelings about prejudice and the cruel way some people treat others, it hits too close to home for Jeffery.
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.