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‘Queen Sugar’ Recap: Charley Gains a New Foe + Ralph Angel Takes a Big Step

Queen Sugar Season 5 Episode 1 Recap

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Queen Sugar” is back. On the season premiere, It’s the end of Black History month and Charley has a big celebration planned. She will host a celebration honoring the slave turned saint who the county is named after. Aunt Vi and Hollywood are busy preparing for the event.

Meanwhile, Nova has an event of her own. She’s launching a new website that will be funded by sales of her book. The family also witnesses Frances Boudreaux sentenced to prison for her role behind the Queen Sugar fire.

But Charley has to now deal with Sam’s daughter Parker. Although Charley wins a battle in court, saving Ralph Angel’s farm, Parker blindsides Charley at the St. Josephine celebration.

Micah’s missing all of the drama because he’s off to college. And he can’t come home because he’s busy joining a fraternity.

Lastly, Ralph Angel takes the next step with Darla.

Here’s the recap for, “Mid-February 2020.”

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A.J. is a publisher and writer for Urban Belle Mag. A.J. has a passion for HBCUs, learning technology, and reality tv.



  1. Senora

    February 17, 2021 at 9:05 am

    Remember that favor Vi called in from Sam Landry? Do you think that his black daughter is really Vi’s that she allowed Sam to raise?

    • MsCoCoMango

      February 17, 2021 at 11:43 am

      WHOA!!!That’s a GOOOD theory! Didn’t even think about that!

    • Queen

      February 18, 2021 at 6:30 pm

      Genius theory!

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