More victims of the Vutha virus passed away overnight, causing Sphe, Smanga, Ayanda and Lerato to believe the end is almost near for them in Generations: The Legacy. Meanwhile, Kumkani is on the warpath to find out who Tshidi slept with.
It was an emotional episode on Generations: The Legacy last night, with two more patients in the quarantine unit passing on overnight. This led Sphe, Smanga, Ayanda and Lerato believe that the end is almost here.
Sphe's heart broke as she said her final goodbye to her daughter, Rori. Ayanda and Smanga discussed their regrets about putting work above everything and not living life they way they wanted to. Lerato recorded a message for the Diale family to thank them for taking her in and the life she had with them.
Smanga overheard this and tried to comfort her, but she said she wanted to be honest with everyone before she died. She also confessed to being the woman (Zozipho) that was chatting to him on the support group on Facebook. Smanga was shocked.
Viewers were really impressed with Sphe and Ayanda's acting skills. Here are a few comments on Twitter:
Meanwhile, Kumkani is determined to find out who Tshidi slept with and fell pregnant with. He evens asked Mpho to spy on her. When Spororo questioned him about whether he thought Tshidi was cheating on him, Kumkani retaliated by beating the poor guy. He even snooped around at the shebeen and asked Lucy about who Tshidi had been hanging out with.
Lucy informed Tshidi about Kumkani's questions. Now Tshidi is concerned that Kumkani will not stop until he finds out the truth.
When Lucy explained to Gog'Flo about the VIP evening she had the other night, Gog'Flo convinced her that she had to live by example as people in the community look up to her. Lucy decided she wants to get married to Mrekza but we wonder how he would feel. She kind-of discusses it with him, and Mrekza was supportive, but it's only because Lucy hasn't spelt out her intentions just yet.
Viewers loved the idea of Lucy and Mrekza getting married though. Here are a few comments that has been trending:
Mrekza is a real character. He even changed his voice to sound high-pitched when he was speaking to a group of white women. He was trying to encourage them to visit the club more often because he wanted to change the 'status quo'.
The verdict is still out on whether Jerah's blood helped with the cure for the Vutha virus. And even if it did, there is a race against time to produce the batches needed to save the people who have been infected already.
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