Friday's episode of Generations: The Legacy was really intense, with Mpho realising that his only two friends suspected him of stealing from Jerah. Just when Gadaffi and Mazwi were hot on the heels of the blackmailer, Sphe ruined their plans, and Smanga felt the heat during his public debate with his nemesis.
Mpho had some exciting news, that he had finally registered to complete his course and started to study again. But the only person who seemed to be happy for him was Tshidi. Gadaffi showed no support and said he just wanted to see him pull it off.
Mpho then sought to share the exciting news with his friends but soon discovered that Jerah suspected him of stealing his camera equipment and selling it to pay for his studies. That was a real low blow for Mpho, because he thought he had put the past behind him. He confronted Lerato too, and was also crushed that the only two friends he has betrayed his trust and looked down on him.
Meanwhile, Sphe tried to warn Zitha about Jack. But Zitha tried to explain how she and Jack suited each other. They both shared a dark side.
But while Sphe was talking to Zitha, Mazwi and Gadaffi were doing the drop-off for the blackmailer and also hot on his heels to track him down. Unfortunately, Sphe called Mazwi and she overheard Gadaffi talking in the background. Mazwi told her what they were doing, and she told Jack about it, who might just trick Gadaffi and Mazwi.
Viewers were really upset with Sphe for telling Jack what was going on and some were really hoping that Jack got caught because they were tired of his manipulation on the soapie. Here are some of their comments:
Meanwhile, Smanga and Ndumiso locked horns in a public debate over their political views but Smanga couldn't face the pressure when Ndumiso started questioning him about the Russians' plans.
Viewers shared their views about the similarities between Smanga and Mmusi Maimane.
Tshidi said she's feeling pressure at work and is falling sick, but there's a strong possibility that she is pregnant. But who's baby is she carrying? Kumkani's or Jack's?
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