Allison McAtee and Peter Parros

David finally succumbs to Maggie's charms and cheats on his wife, Veronica—who is also no stranger to extramarital affairs. After satisfying their lust, however, the pillow talk between Maggie and David takes a turn for the worse when Veronica's name comes up. Angry that David is still forgiving of his deceitful wife after all her reprehensible behavior, Maggie brings up the photo of Veronica and her much-younger lover in flagrante delicto.

Maggie nearly incriminates herself by pointing out that Veronica was in David's own truck at the time the picture was taken, leaving David wondering how Maggie could come up with so many details from this one blurry, close-up image.

"Maggie, what do you know?" David says, becoming more and more agitated.

Maggie repeatedly denies any wrongdoing, professing that she did not have the picture taken, but David finds her less than convincing.

"If you are lying to me and you did this, I swear to you I will never speak to you again," he says.

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Renee Lawless

After being released from jail, Katheryn calls several judges in an attempt to get Jim and Veronica out as well, but no one will return her calls. One judge finally calls her back, and Katheryn demands that he have her husband and Veronica released from jail. But Katheryn gets a hard dose of reality: No one wants to be involved with the Cryers and Harringtons' nationally publicized cover-up scandal. The judge refuses to help, explaining that "this has to play out" with a bail hearing if the Cryers hope to get past this. He further reveals that David does not want Veronica released from jail, but he doesn't know why.

"When we come through this, Carter—and trust me, we will come through this—I won't forget," Katheryn tells him. "Do you hear me? I will remember."
Tika Sumpter

At Candace's house, Candace shares a drink with an old friend and asks her for advice about her current dilemma. Candace explains how Oscar manipulated her and stole her money, and how she suspects that Jim put him up to it. Her friend points out that Jim doesn't typically involve himself in small-time affairs, so the two try to deduce who was really behind it.

First, Candace suspects Landon was involved since he was the one who did the background check on Oscar, which supposedly cleared his name. Candace also recalls that Quincy Jr.'s child welfare caseworker pressured her to prove how much money she had in her account. This gave Oscar the opportunity to obtain Candace's account information and steal all her money.

Candace is determined to take down Oscar—and plans to start with the welfare worker who she's now convinced was involved. "I am going to tear his heart out," Candace says. "I have to find that bastard."
Tyler Lepley

David is on a mission to confront Benny about his affair with Veronica, but when he gets to the tow yard, only Mitch is there. Mitch can sense that something isn't right, and after David leaves, Mitch calls Benny to warn him that David was looking for him. Benny tells Mitch not to worry and promises to take care of it.

Moments later, Benny gets a call from David.

"I have some questions for you," David says, going on to tell Benny that he knows about his affair with Veronica. Benny denies any involvement with Veronica, but David knows he's lying.

"Don't play games with me, son. I've seen the proof," David says.

Benny refuses to meet with David, insisting that if David wants answers about the affair, he needs to go speak with his wife instead.

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Crystal Fox and Aaron O'Connell

At the Cryer mansion, Hanna finds Wyatt passed out with a prostitute. Hanna demands that the woman leave and that Wyatt pull himself together. Wyatt insults Hanna repeatedly and reveals that his parents are in jail—and that she's out of a job.

Wyatt questions why Hanna has continued to work for them, having witnessed his family's wrongdoing. Hanna believes there's still hope for Wyatt if he seeks forgiveness and redemption, and she tries to get through to him.

Wyatt finally comes clean to Hanna about the hit-and-run, and she is grateful to have her conscious cleared for exposing him to the district attorney when she was uncertain. She warns him that while he may have immunity from legal ramifications, he still needs to atone for what he's done.

"You have no idea how God works," Hanna says. "You reap what you sow."
Candace and Allyah from "The Haves and The Have Nots"

Candace invites Allyah over to ask her a few questions. Allyah is blindsided when the conversation shifts from Quincy Jr.'s well-being to something much more insidious. Candace wants to know how much Oscar paid Allyah for her help, but Allyah doesn't seem to understand Candace's line of questioning.

"Right now I'm going to ask you a few questions, and depending on how you answer them determines how you will walk out that door," Candace says menacingly. "You can walk out with a limp body, or crawling."

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