Last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy was nothing that we expected, as we learnt that Jack suspects things are not as they seemed when he got the politician, Nkaba, from NIIP to strike a deal with him. I looks like he only agreed because he's plotting his death. Meanwhile, Wandile still hasn't grasped what prison life is all about.
It looks like some people, especially Nkaba, are so tired of Jack Mabaso always manipulating and blackmailing them that he has come up with a plan to finally get rid of Jack.
And Jack, being the clever guy he is, suspects there's something else going down. He trusts his gut and is determined to get to the bottom of it. He plans to put spies in the NIIP political party to find out if his nemesis, Nkaba, is actually going to merge his political party with Vote.
Viewers shared their comments that lots of people have tried to take Jack down before, but failed. Take a look at some of the comments.
Meanwhile, Wandi is learning the hard way that you can't make friends in prison. She overhears her cellmate's conversation on the phone and tries to break the ice with her own personal issues, but soon finds out people prefer to mind their own business.
To get back at Gadaffi for bailing on her business meeting with Joshua, Tshidi has a one-night affair with Jack. But what Tshidi and Jack don't realise is that their affair will soon come to light when Zitha finds the earring that Tshidi dropped in the bed.
Meanwhile, after Gog'Zondiwe learns about Ayanda and Tau's little romance, she has a heart-to-heart with her son Tau, to tell him that he's not young anymore, and he should make a commitment to Ayanda before she runs off again. It looks like Gog'Zondiwe wants Ayanda as her daughter-in-law.
Meanwhile, viewers agreed that it was a stupid move by Yster to give the video footage to Jack, as he now plans to use it to blackmail his own daughter, Sphe. We wonder what is going on in Jack's mind. Does he want to use the video footage as leverage over the Morokas or to get closer to his daughter, if he pretends to come to her rescue?
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