In last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy, we were introduced to a new character, Mrekza's sister, Boipelo. Meanwhile, Zitha was worried whether the electroshock therapy worked on Jack or not, but also considered a way to defend herself if it didn't.
Zitha woke up concerned about whether the electroshock therapy used to erase Jack's short-term memory worked or not. Zitha carefully quizzed Jack to make sure he didn't remember the last 24 hours in which he tried to kill her because of her connection to Tshidi falling ill.
But it looks like its too early to know if the therapy worked. Scared that Jack may remember everything, she asked her best friend and accomplice, Nico, for help.
Nico trained her on how to use a tranquilliser gun should Jack try to harm her. Zitha is digging a deeper grave for herself.
Meanwhile, viewers are starting to feel sorry for Jack, for what he is going through. It's probably because they aren't used to seeing the great Mabaso so vulnerable.
Take a look at a few tweets from viewers:
Meanwhile, while the Diales are celebrating the news of Lucy and Mrekza's engagement, in walks Mrekza's sister, Boipelo, played by Nomsa Buthelezi.
Boipelo is a real character, loud and clumsy and always pushing her brother around. She cons her way into getting the Diales to grant her free board and lodging at the BnB, and has now hinted on staying for Mrekza's wedding and organising all the traditional ceremonies for his big day, including the lobola negotiations.
Viewers are really enjoying Boipelo's character, who brings many laughs and smiles to the show. Here are a few comments that were trending on Twitter last night.
We can't wait to see what Boipelo has in store for Mrekza during the wedding preparations.
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