Power Recap: Angela Goes After Tasha + Ghost Gets a Major Win

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

On last night’s episode of “Power,” things finally start to look up for Ghost.

Thanks to his lawyer Proctor, he is able to get a breakthrough on the DNA evidence.

Angie learns that someone is determined to take her down, while she makes things even harder for Tasha and the kids.

Tommy starts to question Julio’s loyalty, while Tariq is too trusting of Kanan.

And Keisha poses a concern to Proctor as he writes her off as a weak link.

Here’s a recap of The Kind Of Man You Are.”

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  1. If Ghost goes back to Angie after all of this, I’m going to have to move on from this show. That would just be terrible writing.

    1. It would be terrible writing and very unrealistic. But honestly, Ghost and Angie’s relationship has always been unrealistic. No drug dealer is going to risk it all for a cop he had a crush on in high school.

  2. I know Courtney said Tasha will never put hands on Angie but this is one episode what I wish she would have. Angie is very bitter and I hope she gets hers soon.

  3. I think this season is really showing that Ghost made the mistake of his life by being with Angie. It really did cost him everything. His kids, his wife, his freedom, his friendship with Tommy as well. And despite losing it all for her, she still doesn’t even really know the real him. If she did, she would know that he didn’t kill Greg. That’s not even how he does things. It’s crazy when you realize that Ghost lost everything for a woman who doesn’t even really know him.

  4. Out of all the shows I’ve ever watched I swear I’ve never disliked a character more than I do Angela ugh. I got a feeling she’s going to figure out he’s innocent and they going to get right back together like nothing and like y’all said above I’m going to be done with power.

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