At Benny's new house, Benny tries to comfort Hanna as she struggles with the destruction of her home. Hanna turns her wrath toward Candace, blaming her for all their misfortunes. She begins to suspect that Candace was behind the fire, destroying Hanna's home in an attempt to prevent her mother from gaining custody of Quincy Jr. Benny can't believe that Candace would ever go that far, and steadfastly defends his sister.

Hanna starts to connect all the dots, realizing that Candace was the one who bought Benny the lavish new house. She is furious with him for keeping the truth from her, but Benny continues to make excuses for Candace. Hanna knows Candace doesn't have a job and didn't get the house through legitimate means, and even Benny admits to finding out that Candace is unemployed. Still, he doesn't want to believe that she lied about the house.

Suddenly, it dawns on Hanna that Candace also bought Benny's tow yard, which Benny reluctantly confirms. Hanna is bitterly disappointed in her son, and she's stricken knowing that they've both become the victims of her daughter's underhanded scheming. Finally, Hanna demands that Benny take her to confront Candace face-to-face.

Watch part of this scene unfold