In last night's episode of Generations: The Legacy, we learnt how sad Lucy was to leave her home. Gog' Flo realised that being a wedding planner isn't as easy as she thought. Palesa put herself at risk to get vital information and Sphe was shocked at what she found in the Mabaso house.
It looks like its too late and Jack's short-term memory may have been erased for good as he battles to remember things from a few days ago in Generations.
Palesa used the opportunity while Zitha was out of the house to ask Jack a few questions. Lucky for her, he has been so disorientation with his memories and trust towards people, that he always gave some of his secrets away.
Sphe was even more shocked to see the great Mabaso in that disorientated state. Zitha told Sphe that Jack was traumatised more about Tshidi's death than everyone thought, and he suffered a mental breakdown.
It looks like Sphe may blame herself for covering up Tshidi's death which possibly left Jack in this state, so she thinks. But will the truth come out next week?
Viewers are still surprised to see Jack in this vulnerable state. Here are some of the comments that viewers shared on Twitter:
Meanwhile, back at the Diale house, it looks like Gog'Flo underestimated what a big job planning a wedding can be. While Lucy wants a small intimate wedding, Mrekza wants a splashy big wedding that he has always dreamed about.
Even Boipelo wants in on the action, and appointed herself as the maid-of-honour and dislikes Gog'Flo's ideas for the retinue attire.
Lucy on the other hand was extremely sad that she had to leave her childhood home and move into a new house. Lucy knows that although buying a new house and starting a new chapter in her life with Mrekza suppose to be exciting and happy times, she couldn't help but feel sad to leave home.
Lucy is really battling to deal with the new changes in her life, but is trying her best to compromise and make things work.
Meanwhile Gog'Zondiwe was playing match-maker between Palesa and Detective Pele. She went all out to provide an intimate evening supper included for the two of them. Just when Palesa and Pele was about to have a special moment, Gog'Zondi returned home.
And finally, just when we thought Gadaffi had broke through his depression and able to pull his life together, he once again, sought the company of a drink.
Gadaffi is trying his best to move on, he spent the two days sober and even paid his friend Tau a visit to tell him about his improvement. They even had a game of pool after work. But once Gadaffi went home, and found himself alone in the house, with no Mpho around, he was tempted to have one night cap before bed. Could he have had a relapse and sought to comfort and company of the bottle again, to drown his sorrows?
We can't wait for next week's episodes, so much of action and drama still yet to be revealed.
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