Tika Sumpter

Candace has a big surprise for Benny: She bought him a towing company so he can finally own his own business. Benny is thrilled at first, but his excitement turns to skepticism after Candace tells him she bought it with the line of credit she received from her new job at a law firm. He won't believe it's real until he sees Candace's workplace with his own eyes.
Ashlee Heath and Angela Robinson

Meanwhile, Veronica is in the process of signing the paperwork to buy a new house when she finds out that Wilson lost his towing company. The car he was supposed to destroy for Veronica is still sitting in the lot. Now, it belongs to the new owner—and Veronica desperately needs to find out who that is.
Renee Lawless

When Jim shows up at the Cryer mansion with Norman, Katheryn demands to know what's going on. "I had Wyatt trade places with Norman in prison," Jim says.

"Tough love is one thing," Katheryn says. "Putting him in danger's way is another."

Jim tells his wife not to worry. Unbeknownst to Wyatt, everyone he'll come in contact with inside the prison is actually an undercover police officer.
Andre Johnson and Aaron O'Connell

In prison, Wyatt tries to keep to himself and survive his first night. Rico, his cellmate, has other plans, telling him to get ready: As soon as it's lights-out, they're going to have some fun.

Wyatt pleads with a guard for help. "Please, help me," Wyatt says. "Please, he's going to rape me."

The guard makes it clear that Wyatt will need to fend for himself. "You're a man; fight him," he says before walking away.

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Angela Robinson, Tyler Lepley and Tika Sumpter

Benny is checking out his new towing company with Candace when the last person they expect to see walks through the door: Veronica.

After discovering that Benny is the new owner of the company—and all its impounded vehicles—Veronica quickly makes her exit. "There's really no need for me to stick around here, so thank you. And I'll see you later," she tells Benny with a smile.

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Tyler Lepley

Later that night, Benny sets his plan for revenge in motion. Quincy has hurt the two people Benny loves most: his mother and his sister. Now, Quincy is going to pay for it.

Using the $5,000 he borrowed from Candace, Benny drives to the jail and bails Quincy out. After demanding that Quincy get into his truck, Benny presses down on the gas pedal. As the truck accelerates faster and faster, Quincy just laughs and tells Benny he's not scared.

"I ain't going to scare you," Benny says. "I'm going to kill you."

The needle of the speedometer creeps over 90 miles per hour, and realization dawns on Quincy's face. The ex-con lunges for the wheel, and the two men struggle for control of the vehicle. It doesn't take long for the inevitable to happen: The truck jumps the curb and careens up a foliated embankment, twisting in midair before crashing back to earth and rolling back down to the road.

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