Jack's on a new mission to find Tshidi, get revenge in 'Generations'

Jack's on a new mission to find Tshidi, get revenge in 'Generations'

Zitha told Jack that Tshidi is alive in Generations: The Legacy. While he was furious that his own daughter, Sphe, lied to him, he was more determined to find Tshidi and his son. Lucy called Mrekza out for being jealous of her and Lerato was gobsmacked when she found out what Mpho was trying to do.

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Zitha found evidence that Tshidi was alive. She felt relieved that she was not a murderer and realised she didn't want to be this evil person who was hell-bent on implicating Nkaba to take the fall for Tshidi's fake death.

Zitha then revealed what she had found out to Jack, who at first didn't want to believe it. But the thought that he could still be a father and that he has a son was more than enough to flip Jack's switch.

The great Jack Mabaso is back and is more determined to find Tshidi, get his son and then make Tshidi pay for what she had done. But is this all worth it for Zitha? Her problem of being second-best to Jack's child has resurfaced now.

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Viewers could not understand why Zitha would tell Jack that Tshidi was alive, so much so that it trended on Twitter after last night's episode.

Others also applauded Zitha for her role and Generations writer, Mfunda Vundli, for the excellent script-writing.

Generations: The Legacy was also trending because people kept making reference to the show, trying to figure out how Gavin Watson has died in the car crash. Here are a few comments from Twitter:

Meanwhile, Palesa is so scared of what Jack might do to her and her family if he finds out that she has been snooping around for the police. She told Pele that she wants to quit as a CI and as the Mabaso domestic cleaner.

But Pele feels that they are so close to finding something that will incriminate Jack Mabaso once and for all. Viewers thought that Pele was being unreasonable and putting Palesa's life at risk.

Back at the Diale house, Gog'Flo planned a kitchen tea for Lucy but Boipelo believed Lucy needed a better send-off into marriage, and but better way than to have a bachelorette party for her. Boipelo appointed herself to organise the party and when Lucy told Mrekza about it, he got a little jealous.

Lucy called Mrekza out for being so melodramatic and said he could have his own bachelor party. Mrekza called a quick meeting with his groomsmen, and to his disappointment learnt that none of them had planned a bachelor party for him. So Mrekza sent Cosmo and Mazwi a list of what he wanted for his big celebration.

The date has been set, Wednesday is Lucy's big party with Magic Mike guys and the works. This party is definitely gonna be lit and viewers couldn't agree more.

Lerato came up with another idea to cheer Mpho up by giving him a surprise cake during his lunchbreak, but Mpho had other things on his mind. He managed to secure the R5k from Gadaffi to buy his maths and science papers. Gadaffi was under the impression that Mpho needed the money to get past trial papers and pay for extra tuition.

Lerato caught Mpho in the act, paying for the back-door papers, and she was not impressed at all. Will Lerato tell on Mpho? Hennie, the guy selling the papers, grabbed the papers and left before he could get caught.

Meanwhile, Lucy's friend, Fikile, wants to target Gadaffi instead of Tau, because he has all that she wants in a man. She said Tau was too boring for her.

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