Lucy is up to something in Generations: The Legacy. It looks like she has a plan to help Wandi avoid going to jail. Meanwhile, Lesedi is still unsure about what she's going to do about her pregnancy.
In last night's episode we saw a possibility that Tshidi and Jerah's plan worked to get Tau and Ayanda together. After spending some with with Tau on that conference, Ayanda realises that she still has feelings for him.
Poor Wandile's troubles never seem to fade. She is now panicked about going to jail as her lawyer says without the murder weapon, they can not claim it was self-defence. He told her that she could be facing murder charges and spend a long time in jail if convicted.
But viewers are getting quite frustrated with Wandi for giving up so easily and acting like her life is over. If she stuck to her story that it was self-defence, she wouldn't have to go to jail, but she is too emotional. Here are some of the comments from Twitter about Wandi.
Lesedi is still undecided about what she wants to do with the baby. She is afraid that if she keeps it, the Moroka family will think she is using the baby as a meal ticket. She is also confused about leaving her studies to go away and have the baby and then return to her life. Lucy tells her its the best option, but she still doesn't know what to do, and is even unclear about telling Jerah the truth as well.
Meanwhile, Mazwai, being the good husband he is, managed to understand what Sphe was faced with after being blackmailed, but he still hasn't forgiven her for lying to him and going to Gadaffi for help instead of him. But she hasn't told him about what video footage they are blackmailing her with...
Lerato got a great job offer from Smanga to join his social media team in his political party, Vote. She is over the moon.
Finally the soapie ended with Lucy called her friend, Tboz, for assistance to help Wandi. What is Lucy up to now? Will she go up against the law to help her friend?
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