Last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy saw Gadaffi and Mazwai carry out their plan to catch the blackmailer. Looks like Ayanda's unexpected hug caught the lonely detective Pele off guard and Lucy contemplated going to jail to help Wandi. It looks like Luthando is up to no good again.
Lucy was really hurt by Wandi blaming her for her situation in jail and worried about her dear friend's safety. She even contemplates getting arrested and going to jail, just so she can protect her while in there.
But she is soon brought back to reality when her brother Cosmo tells her to stop being selfish and think about the family, Gogo and the children. They need her too, more than Wandi.
Meanwhile, back in jail, Luthando sends Wandi a note to say she's coming for her. Luthando plots her revenge against Wandi for snitching on her, by promising to pay one of the wardens R10 000 to put poison in Wandi's food. We have no clue how Wandi is gonna save herself this time.
Meanwhile, Ayanda is really paranoid now and reacts in fear to every little sound. She heard a noise in the lounge, then locked herself in her bedroom and quickly called up Detective Pele for help. Fortunately, when he got there, he said it was an open window that let in wind that pushed over a glass, which fell and broke.
Ayanda thanks Pele with a hug, which sets off emotions for the lonely Pele. Could there be something cooking between this two? Time will tell.
However a viewer thought Pele acted rather silly as a cop.
Meanwhile Gadaffi and Mazwai carry out their plan to find out who the blackmailer is. They eventually catch the guy who picked up the money at the airport and start questioning him. Mazwai wasn't too pleased by the way Gadaffi handled the questioning with abuse.
We wonder how long it will take before Gadaffi finds out he's being played by Yster.
On the other hand, Jack may have the upper hand on everyone, as Yster is working both sides and informing Jack of Gadaffi and Mazwai's every move.
Kabisi is concerned that Jerah is concentrating more on this township doccie than his real job. But Jerah claims he is young and can't juggle things. Looks like Jerah may have been given an awakener to what happens in Alex, when someone tried to demand money from him for being in his doccie. Luckily Merekza came to his rescue and kicked the local man out from the pub.
Things are sure heating up in the soapie and even a viewer is enjoying the lit storylines.
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