Cosmo was caught out by Tshidi. Mrekza was confused as to why he was in the dog-box and kept coming up with excuses to not face reality. Patients lost hope until the antitode showed up. But did it work?
While Cosmo was spying on Tshidi, he was caught in the act. He eventually told the 'Boss Lady' that Kumkani ordered him to follow her. Tshidi tried to convince him to let her in on Kumkani's plans so she can protect herself but Cosmo was too scared to go against Kumkani.
Meanwhile, Kumkani tried to bribe his way into getting another paternity test done at the hospital, this time using one of Tshidi's client's DNA. Kumkani thinks Tshidi is having an affair with Joshua.
Viewers was rolling with laughter when the lab technician turned down money because his wife had found out and ordered him not to do anything under-handed. But that didn't stop Kumkani from getting Spororo to hack into the hospital's systems to get the original paternity test results to work with.
Meanwhile, just when Lucy thought that Mrekza was going to pop the big question, he suggested they go ballroom dancing. Mrekza realised that Lucy changed after attending the VIP evening and she is looking for something more permanent and lady-like. But he is just too scared to ask Lucy if she will marry him. He could be afraid of being turned down.
Viewers were ripped at the the way Mrekza handled the situation. Take a look at some of the tweets below:
In other happenings, the doctor came into the quarantine unit with the antidote, saying that Jerah's blood worked. He got permission from the WHO to skip the animal testing and go straight to human trials. At first the patients were eager to take the antidote until they found out there is a 50-50 risk that they could die.
Last night's show ended just when the doctor was going to reveal if the antidote using Jerah's blood had worked. and high temperatures. This frightened the other patients but Sphe said it could be her body reacting to the antidote trying to fight the virus.
Here are some of the comments from viewers watching the show. They were really relieved that the Vutha virus storyline is coming to an end:
Last night's show ended just when the doctor was going to reveal if the antidote using Jerah's blood had worked.
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