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Power Book II: Ghost Recap: Everyone’s Taking It Too Far
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I’d be lying if I said I weren’t in my feelings. Did Effie really kill Lauren? Tariq is his father’s son for sure! Remember, it was his father’s actions that cost Angela her life. And similar to his father, Tariq’s demons are beginning to haunt him more frequently. Episode nine begins with us in the middle of Tariq’s nightmare. Professor Tate presents a thoughtful question on the lecture room’s board “Is there any such thing as a fair fight?” Professor Reynolds, Kanan, Ray Ray, Lakeisha, Proctor, and professor Milgram all show up and blame Tariq, whether directly or indirectly, for their deaths. They also accuse him of not playing fair. Was it fair that he left Proctor’s door unlocked so Tommy could sneak in? Or that he set up Cane? Like most of the people who died, Tariq’s unable to take accountability. Ghost calls Carrie’s phone, and Tariq refuses to answer. The more he tries not to be like his father, the more he becomes his father. As he tries to exit, Lauren shows up (foreshadowing her death?), and he begs her not to go into the classroom. Surprisingly, she encourages him to answer the call. Dream over.
Awakened by his phone ringing in real life, Tariq answers Davis MacLean’s call. MacLean is trying to figure out what Jenny Sullivan and Rashad Tate have on his client. Tate is Sullivan’s next witness, but little does she know, Tate is corrupt and self-serving.
Fishing for information, Tate goes to his brother to inquire about Jenny’s motives. The detective tells him that Jenny plans to use him to repair Carrie’s image. During their conversation, Kamaal casually mentions receiving frequent calls from a drunk woman who has identified herself as a potential witness in the Jabari Reynolds murder. Because the woman keeps changing her story, the younger Tate brother doesn’t believe her. He asks his brother for advice, but the councilman, realizing that this is valuable information that can benefit him, advises Kamaal not to say anything. He wastes zero time saying something to Tariq, though. With the fate of Tariq’s future in the hands of Tate, he’s forced to get him tangible proof of Sweeney in Blackface, even though he knows it will piss Brayden off. In the courthouse bathroom, Tariq slips the Sweeney photo to Tate, ensuring Tate will come through for Tariq on the stand. And that he does!
While on the stand, the judge is not impressed with Jenny’s questioning of Tate. Things get even odder when the councilman announces to the courtroom that his brother is employed by Jenny’s office and is working directly on the case. It sounds like a potential conflict of interests to me, and I’m sure the jurors would think so too. On cross-examination, Davis questions Tate on Kamaal’s investigation, knowing that he would tell the court about the potential eyewitness the prosecution has been ignoring that said she saw two men at Jabari Reynolds’ murder. Davis calls for a dismissal of the case, arguing a Brady violation. For those of us who have never taken a law class, the Brady Rule states that prosecutors are required to disclose any evidence favorable to the accused. Agreeing with Davis, the judge gives Jenny 48 hours to prove her office didn’t withhold exculpatory evidence.
Meanwhile, the community is under the impression that Carrie committed suicide. Zeke is having difficulty coping with Carrie’s death and the news that Monet is his mother, so he reaches out to Dante. The two meet over drinks, and Dante sells him a dream. He suggests that Zeke take a break from school to work with a private coach (that he will pay for) to prepare for the draft. Knowing that Zeke is upset with Monet, he pushes for Zeke to continue a relationship with her.
As Dante tries to piece together his imaginary family, Dru and Diana plot to save theirs. Since Monet, Cane, Tariq & Co. robbed Mecca, Lorenzo now doesn’t have access to any product, and he’s pissed! Dru tells him the truth about what happened, and Lorenzo demands that they get his drugs back. Diana has been semi ostracized because of her outburst at dinner, airing all of the family’s dirty laundry. She wants nothing more than to get back on her papi’s good side, so she cons her way to gain access to the roof from Tariq. After a few tears shed for Tariq and sex with Everett, Diana and Dru are able to use Everett’s keycard and Tariq’s QR code to recoup all the drugs without anyone noticing a thing. Lorenzo wastes no time and gets the drugs out to the streets quick! As the cash comes through the car window with his son by his side, Lorenzo is in his element.
The same cannot be said for Monet. Her life has flipped upside down, and she now has to explain to her “nephew” that she’s really his mother. Monet tells Zeke about having him at 16 and how hard it was when they took Zeke from her. Zeke asks if she had anything to do with Carrie’s death. She says she went straight to Dante after Lorenzo kicked her out, Dante vouches for her — they both are lying. Zeke is not impressed and tells them his plan: to get drafted and never speak to either one of them again.
During a press conference with Zeke and his agent, as he announces he’s leaving Stansfield to prepare for the draft, someone tipped the media about his actual age, and his future crumbles right before his eyes. As Monet and Dante try to be parents of the year and fix Zeke’s PR nightmare, the three of them get shot at. Monet blames the information leak and shooting on Lorenzo.
While all of this is happening, Jenny works hard to nail Tariq. She switches up her strategy and goes after the Westons. Because of his fuckup, Kamaal gifts her with Ramirez’s dash camera footage. Jenny confronts Brayden with the recording on Lauren’s wire of him and Cane. Brayden denies knowing him, but Trace runs his mouth as if he’s getting paid to do so. Brayden holds it down by sticking to his story, but Jenny corners him when she presents a photo of Brayden and Trace from officer Ramirez’s dashcam. Trace is willing to testify, but Brayden isn’t. Well aware of Brayden’s loyalty to Tariq, Jenny agrees to immunity for both, regardless of who testifies.
Feeling guilty, Lauren attempts to explain herself to Tariq. In the midst of doing so, she tells Tariq about wearing a wire on him, and he tells her that Cane Tejada is on the recording and it would only be in her best interest to leave town. Tariq makes the mistake of venting to Effie about Lauren and the wire — they both view her differently. Effie thinks Lauren is a snitch and the reason why Tariq is in court in the first place, and Tariq believes that professor Milgram forced Lauren.
Deciding to take matters into her own hands, Effie tells Cane that Lauren got him on a wire with Brayden and Tariq is letting it ride. Cane tells Brayden to take care of the “Lauren problem,” or he instead will take care of the “Brayden problem.” Brayden is no killer, but he also knows snitching won’t do him any good either. He chooses not to kill Lauren. Instead, he gives her a bag of cash and tells her to disappear without contacting anyone, including her family. But Effie shows up, busts Lauren aside her head, puts her in the burner car, and drives off. When she returns from her little trip, she has a look of guilt on her face as she sneaks back into bed with Tariq. We are left to speculate whether or not she killed Lauren — if she did, that’s so fucked up!
While all the Lauren, Brayden, Cane, and Effie drama is going on, Cane has his own shit to handle. Mecca basically kidnaps him. He also yokes Cane up and tells him he knows he stole his drugs. Things turn for the worse once Mecca realizes his go-bag is gone. Cane denies taking it, but Mecca cuts his access off and locks him in the penthouse. With a tracker on the bag, Mecca knows the bag is on Stansfield’s campus with the one and only Tariq St. Patrick. He heads to Stansfield.
Thinking he’s about to die, Cane calls Monet. He tells her everything — how Mecca knows they stole from him, how he’s locked in the apartment, but Monet questions why he isn’t dead already and why he still has access to a phone. She tells Cane to send her a picture of Mecca.
After receiving a warning from Cane, Tariq looks in the go-bag. He finds bank accounts in Tejada’s kids’ names and a cooperation agreement for “Dante Spears.” He quickly hides the bag and reaches out to Davis for info on Dante Spears. Davis lets him know that Dante is a huge informant, so well connected that the Feds hid him out of the country.
When Dante arrives, Tariq uses the snitching information to leverage the hidden bag for an offshore $2 million account. Mecca agrees, but before he leaves, he brags about selling Lobos to the feds and thanks Tariq’s father for killing Lobos before he ever found out — plot twist!
Mecca returns to the penthouse to find Monet. She now knows that Dante is Mecca. Monet blames the hangar heist on Lorenzo and tells Dante that they need to kill him, then take off on that jet with the kids. Mecca asks Cane if he’s down — Cane says he’s in, and so is Mecca — I guess some of the Tejadas don’t believe in fighting fair.
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When Will ‘Power Book II: Ghost’ Season 3, Episode 9 Premiere on Starz?
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One episode remains before the Power Book II: Ghost Season 3 finale (“Divided We Stand”) premieres Friday, May 26 on Starz. But, unfortunately, you’re going to have to wait an extra week before the penultimate episode of the season drops on the network.
The next new episode of Power Book II: Ghost (Season 3, Episode 9: “A Last Gift”) follows Tariq as he scrambles to get ahead of information that could incriminate the drug organization and jeopardize his family’s safety. Per Starz, “the feds double down and set their sights on a new target to aid their investigation.”
“ Find out what you need to find out. This could be a fuckin’ setup. “
When exactly does Power Book II: Ghost return with new episodes? When does Season 3, Episode 9 drop on the Starz app? Here’s everything you need to know.
Is Power Book 2: Ghost New This Week?
Nope. But don’t worry! The series returns next week with an all-new episode.
When Will Power Book 2: Ghost Season 3, Episode 9 Be On Starz?
Power Book 2: Ghost Season 3, Episode 9 (“A Last Gift”) premieres Friday, May 19 at 8:00 p.m. ET on Starz. An encore performance of the episode airs at 10:00 p.m. ET.
Can I Watch Power Book 2: Ghost Season 3, Episode 9 Early On The Starz App?
You know it! Like previous installments, Season 3, Episode 9 will be available to stream early on Starz.com and the Starz app. The next new episode is scheduled to drop Friday morning/Thursday night (May 19) at 12:00 a.m. ET.
How To Watch Power Book 2: Ghost On Starz:
Power Book II: Ghost is available to watch on Starz.com and the Starz app (available to download on iTunes , Google Play , and Amazon ). Starz is also available with an active subscription to Philo ( as well as Sling TV and fuboTV ) for an extra $9/month. A seven-day free trial is available for new subscribers .
Finally, you can add Starz to your Hulu or Amazon accounts for an additional $8.99/month.
Nah cuz we upset too. Y'all need time to recover anyway, we back in 2 weeks fam. #PowerGhost pic.twitter.com/Wp3Idh94xs — Power Book II: Ghost (@ghoststarz) May 7, 2023
Will There Be A Season 4 Of Power Book 2: Ghost ?
Yes! Earlier this year, Starz renewed their popular series for a fourth season.
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‘Power Book II: Ghost’: There Is No Greater Gift Than Time In Season 3, Episode 9
(WARNING: Spoilers (or maybe not?) for this week’s Power Book II: Ghost episode will be found below.)
Power Book II: Ghost lost a big character in its most recent episode , which probably makes the two-week break the show was on quite warranted. Cooper Saxe, a role Shane Johnson played for a decade, was killed in episode eight of season three. His death came via gunshot from Davis MacLean’s brother, Theo, who killed Saxe and then himself in what will surely be one of the most shocking events in season three. That wasn’t all from episode eight, though. Elsewhere, Effie was arrested for her attempted murder of Lauren and Tariq helped set forth a plan for him, Monet, and RSJ to get their money back from the Weston Holdings Ponzi scheme.
In episode nine of Power Book II: Ghost season three , titled “A Last Gift,” everyone has to immediately deal with the aftermath of Cooper Saxe’s death and Effie’s arrest. Tariq discovers that Saxe knew about Lorenzo’s connection to Zeke’s death via evidence from a police report and Davis MacLean is left to prove that he did not influence Theo’s decision to kill Saxe while fighting new allegations from Jenny Sullivan. The Tejadas also have to make sure that they do not become collateral damage in the Saxe/Effie mess, but that becomes the least of their worries when Dru, Cane, and Diana find out that Monet enlisted Gordo to kill Lorenzo in response to him accidentally killing Zeke. This leads to an explosive response from the Tejada children, one that will forever change the relationship they have with their mother.
Elsewhere in this episode, Weston Holdings gets exposed for their Ponzi scheme which leaves Brayden, Kiki, and others at a huge risk of getting in trouble. Reluctantly, Brayden takes care of the issue in a way he hoped he wouldn’t have to. Tariq is also visited by an individual from his past and it’s here that he learns that his mother is a grave danger, something that leads to another meeting with an important figure from his past.
Here are some of the biggest takeaways that we have after season three’s ninth episode, “A Last Gift”:
Tariq Is Tired Of Saving Everyone
There hasn’t been a point in season three where Tariq wasn’t going out of his way to save someone close to him, whether it be for the drug operation or for personal reasons due to the relationship at hand. He’s saved the Tejadas and he’s saved Effie. He’s saved Brayden and he’s saved Rashad Tate. Sure, Tariq has been the saved individual a few times, like when Brayden took the fall for him on the witness stand in season two, but more times than not it’s Tariq with the cape on. In episode nine, Tariq is back to his saving ways. He buys the group more time from Noma when Effie gets arrested and he talks some sense into Brayden when he’s hesitant to handle his uncle Lucas who is moments away from telling the police about the Weston Holding Ponzi scheme and the drug operation Tariq and Brayden run there. However, when the episode concludes with Tariq rushing to his mother’s witness protection home, you can tell Tariq is tired of this constant need to serve and protect the people around him. The attacks are getting tiresome, and he’d love for things to just go right for once, but nope. We’re left on a massive cliffhanger involving Tariq, his mother, and none other than Tommy Egan.
Jenny Sullivan’s Scorched-Earth Approach Will Only Leave Her Burned
One of the biggest reasons behind Cooper Saxe’s downfall, and eventually his death, was his relentless chase of the St. Patricks and any of their associates. Saxe ran into the figurative brick wall that cost him his life, and from the looks of it, Jenny Sullivan could be taking the first steps toward a similar fate. Jenny’s connection and love for Saxe certainly make her goal of having the St. Patricks and their associates pay for his death reasonable, but her scorched-earth approach will only lead to mistakes and presumably a loss. Yes, to beat Tariq and his crew you have to stay one step ahead of them, which is what Jenny did by using the attempted murder charge she had against Effie to put her behind bars. However, you can’t get too ahead of yourself. So through the tears and the extremely confident determination to take them down, Jenny can’t get too out of character or she’ll find herself in the same position Saxe found himself in for the past ten seasons: doing whatever in the pursuit of a win to make up for a resume of losses.
Brayden’s Corporate Suit And Tie Doens’t Make Him Less Like Tariq
I touched on this following last week’s episode, but Brayden seems to think that he is playing a different game compared to Tariq — better yet, it seems like he thinks his game is a bit more law-abiding. In episode nine, Brayden has a moment of truth with Tariq where he admits to not wanting to become the person that Tariq is today, the person that was able to kill his father and others in pursuit of his goals. Tariq sees it a lot differently though, he views his actions as necessary to make sure that he and Brayden were always safe and could escape harm’s way if they ever found themselves there. Tariq was down to do what was needed, but Brayden has always been a bit hesitant when it was his turn. As he stands there, suit and tie’d up speaking to Tariq, it seems like it finally dawns on him that this corporate look of his doesn’t make him any better than or less like Tariq. Maybe it was this conversation or maybe it wasn’t, but in the end, Brayden did what needed to be done for him and Brayden to live to see another free day.
Monet Never Valued The Most Important Part Of Her Regime
The Tejadas’ best quality was the cohesiveness and chemistry between their family, who were all participants in the drug business. It’s something that seemingly made them a force to be reckoned with. However, with Monet taking over the reins, especially during Lorenzo’s incarceration and especially after her death, it was clear that she never valued that family aspect in terms of its importance towards their drug business. She led like a dictator and often manipulated her kids to do what she wanted and believe what she wanted them to. Unfortunately, Dru, Cane, and Diana are a smart bunch, and it was only a matter of time until they figured out the truth of Lorenzo’s death, which is exactly what happened in “A Last Gift.” We’ve seen the Tejada children storm away from their parents or storm out of their house multiple times over the three seasons of Power Book II: Ghost , but this latest occurrence is a lot different. Monet has caused irreversible damage and it’s something that will definitely come back to bite her in the future. Dru, Cane, and Diana are independent and will certainly figure out how to achieve their personal goals on their own if need be, but as for Monet’s drug business, it was never built as a solo operation. We’ll just have to wait and see how she moves forward with her kids now against her.
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Power Book II: Ghost season 3 episode 9 recap — Brayden finally steps up
The Tejadas and Castillo officially go to war over the death of Gordo.
NOTE: this post contains spoilers for Power Book II: Ghost season 3 episode 9, "A Last Gift."
Last season on Power Book II: Ghost, Brayden (Gianni Paolo) challenged himself and the privileged life he's lived as a Weston while maneuvering the drug game. Though he took the rap for Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr.) when their drug business on Stansfield's campus was exposed, he failed to do his job of killing Lauren (Paige Hurd). This left Effie (Alix Lapri) with that responsibility, which she failed at as well. When called to kill Russian drug plug by Cane (Woody McClain) earlier in the season to kill, Brayden failed again before Tariq intervened. But in "A Last Gift," Brayden is forced to commit his first murder.
This happens when the FBI begins to investigate the Weston Firm for Lucas' (David Walton) ponzi scheme Brayden and Tariq found out about. It's safe to assume that Ron Jenkins (Gbenga Akinnagbe) tipped the Feds on the happenings at the financial company. Once the FBI raids the Weston Firm office, Lucas not only goes into hiding but does something that most sleazy individuals in his position would do. This includes making a phone call to Jenny Sullivan (Paton Ashbrook) to give up information on Brayden and Tariq's cryptocurrency drug coffee business in exchange for immunity. Meanwhile, Lucas also didn’t mind letting his assistant Kiki (Moriah Brown) take the fall for him.
However, the pressure for Brayden to act gets intense when his father and owner of the Weston Firm, Robert (Jeff Auer), is indicted as well. Tariq informs Brayden he's going to have to end Lucas, which is a difficult thing for the Weston family member. Not only has he made it three seasons without killing someone, but he doesn't want his first murder to be his uncle. Brayden even mentions Tariq killing his own father, Ghost ( Omari Hardwick ) as a way to juxtapose their moral code.
When Brayden confronts Lucas at his New York high rise about the ramifications of his actions, the uncle already has a plan to simply let everyone take the fall. This leads an enraged Brayden to push Lucas over the high rise balcony and kill him. Now it's official, Brayden is really about that life.
Meanwhile, Cooper Saxe's (Shane Johnson) death pushes Sullivan to the edge as she begins pushing harder for a RICO charge against Tariq and the Tejadas. It doesn't help that Saxe has stirred the pot even in death, as he sent letters to Monet (Mary J. Blige) and Sullivan. Sullivan is informed that Davis Maclean (Method Man) may be responsible for his death. Meanwhile, Monet is told in a letter that Tariq is working with the Feds. It doesn't help that Diana (LaToya Tonodeo) finds Monet's paperwork under Tariq's bed after confronting him with the news. This moves Monet to make a particular phone call leading Tariq to be reunited with someone from his past.
Forcefully estranged by his mother Tasha (Naturi Naughton), youngest sister Yasmine (Paris Morgan) and grandmother Estelle Green (Debbi Morgan) for protective reasons, Tariq manages to save them all from a surprise attempted assassination by Tommy (Joseph Sikora). Though Tommy manages to kill two protective officers, Tariq steps in just in time. During their stand-off, someone mysteriously hits Tariq in the head, putting him in the hospital. With Tommy back in New York, is this the end of Power Book IV: Force ?
Following the murder of Lorenzo (Berto Colon), Monet has been trying to keep her involvement a secret. That gets upended when Evelyn Castillo (Luna Lauren Velez) confronts Monet about the disappearance of Gordo (Erik Hernandez) and the video of Dru's (Lovell Adams-Gray) meltdown to Everett (Bradley Gibson). Trying to preempt a war with the Castillos, both Cane and Dru murder the entire clan by locking them in their restaurant, sealing the airways and pushing poisonous gas through. Before Evelyn takes her last breath, she reveals to Dru that Monet is responsible for Lorenzo's death.
This leads Dru, Cane and Diana to confront her about it. In fact, the argument gets so intense that Diana and Monet nearly come to blows. With one episode left in the season, it's safe to assume that a very specific boiling point has been reached. It doesn’t help that everyone has Noma’s (Caroline Chikezie) presence around them.
New episodes of Power Book II: Ghost season 3 debut Fridays on Starz.
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To borrow a phrase from the film adaptation of this week’s Canonical Studies text: The plot to get Tariq St. Patrick on the stand in his mother’s murder trial? It’s alive! It’s aliiiiiiiive!
Sunday’s Power Book II: Ghost starts with a discussion of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and ends with Tariq’s hiring Tameika as his lawyer and announcing that he’s going to confess to Ghost’s murder. In between, there’s an unsuccessful hit, the return of Epiphany (insert praise hands emoji) and some casual dismemberment. Read on for the highlights of “Monster.”
CANE REALLY GOES ROGUE | After cutting up the GTG guys he killed last episode and sticking them in an oil drum (while Lil Guap looks on, horrified), Cane is surprised to see his brother show up at GTG headquarters. Dru is incensed that Lil Guap is still alive, especially after the ambush outside the club. But Cane doesn’t want to hear it. “Either you with me, or you against me,” he tells Dru.
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At home, Monet wonders why Dru didn’t kill them all — after all, he’s going to be the head of the family business now that Cane is out of the picture. And that business is experiencing a bit of difficulty: Cane took all of the Tejada dealers with him, and Rico is on his way with product to move.
Monet reorganizes her hustle by telling Tariq he’s got to move the cocaine in question. At Brayden’s suggestion, he reconnects with Effie, apologizes and gets her to sell the white stuff at Yale. She’s salty to him — with good reason — after he blew her off during her last day at Stansfield. He apologizes for that, then tells her that his mother wants him to do something really bad. (We’ll get to that in a moment.) “I can’t tell when you’re lying. I never can,” Effy says, and have I mentioned how much I like her? As they talk, she says that both he and she are monsters, and that he should make peace with that. “I accepted it about myself the night I turned you in to Choate. The sooner you accept it, the better off you’ll be.”
EPIPHANY RESURFACES | Saxe and MacLean visit Epiphany at the house of one of her regular customers, where she’s staying while the guy is out of town. They know she’s got some charges against her, but they float the idea that she could avoid jail time and retain custody of her kid… if she’s willing to testify at Tasha’s trial. Little do they know, Steven Ott has hired a photographer to tail Saxe. And when he sees the photos of the super-unethical joint visit to Epiphany, Ott demands that Saxe use them to destroy MacLean.
Meanwhile, MacLean leads Paula to believe that “Dr. Epiphany Turner” is an “expert witness,” which nearly makes Tasha’s eyes pop out of her head. “Epiphany ain’t no doctor. She’s a stripper!” she tells the investigator. Paula, who’s already suspicious of her lover/co-worker, realizes how bad all of this could be for their case. “If Saxe is calling her to the stand, what is Epiphany going to say about you?” she asks. Tasha realizes that Epiphany could easily name Tariq as being part of Tasha’s operation, so she asks Paula to pass along a message to Tariq: Epiphany is as dangerous as “Slim” — aka Kanan — ever was, and he should deal with her the way he dealt with him. (Oh, and Tasha 100 percent has figured out that Paula and MacLean are filing each other’s legal briefs, if you know what I mean.)
MAN ON A MISSION | Tariq tracks Epiphany to the house and is about to pull out his gun when she mentions that Davis MacLean and “some square white boy” (heh) were there. He’s about to do something very bad when she casually mentions that if she had the money to do so, she’d just go on the run. And later, in court, Epiphany is MIA when she’s called to testify.
Things devolve from there. Saxe and MacLean fight, and Saxe shows him the photos. Paula confronts Davis about lying about Epiphany and not telling her about his side deal with Saxe, and the level of their whisper-shouting is quite admirable. And when court is back in session, Saxe surprises everyone by calling Tariq as a witness.
DRU DOWN! | When Tariq goes to the bar to meet Monet, he’s very upfront about telling her that he gave Epiphany the money earned from selling Tejada drugs. She pulls a gun on him, and things are about to get very ugly and/or fatal, but then two cars pull up outside and start shooting up the bar with abandon. Tariq grabs Diana and gets cover, while Monet and Dru scramble to avoid the firestorm, too. Eventually, Dru decides he’s going to sneak out the back and try to sneak up on the shooters, but he winds up taking a bullet in the shoulder.
Cane shows up a moment later, having figured out that Rico — who was looking for a new distro — was trying to cut Monet out of the game. At the hospital, Dru goes into surgery and Monet tells Cane never to come around again. So Cane calls Ramirez, angry that the hit went awry and didn’t kill its intended target: Tariq. (Side note: Not gonna lie — I’m a little shaky on this point. The hit in question was the one at the bar? Or the one at Stansfield? I realize this makes me sound very dumb, but I cannot figure it out. Halp.) Anyway, Cane gets so angry that he winds up killing Ramirez. Oops.
TARIQ’S NEW COUNSEL | Later on, Paula serves Tariq his subpoena to appear in court and offers him some friendly advice in the process: “You need a lawyer, Tariq. Davis is setting you up.” We learn that she’s no longer working for him, and she shows him the graveyard video that Saxe gave MacLean weeks before.
So Tariq calls Tameika, who tells him to give her a dollar so she’s officially his lawyer and their conversations fall under attorney-client privilege. She asks him, point- blank: “Tariq, did you kill your father?” He takes a breath, then responds that he did, “not because I’m a monster. Because he was a monster.” Then, he announces that he’s going to confess everything when Saxe puts him on the stand.
CARRIE GETS IN DEEPER | Did we know that Carrie used to be a prosecutor? It’s totally possible that it came up before now, but it felt like news to me when it came up in this episode. Anyway, she and Jabari suggest that they form a buffer between the cops and the student body in the investigation of the dead body in the pool. So she starts asking Zeke questions and finds out more than she bargained for regarding GTG and such. But how much of that does she pass along — under the category of “anonymous intel from a random student” — to the detective in charge? It’s unclear.
When she returns to her office one afternoon, she finds Monet waiting for her. See, Monet has figured out that Zeke and his professor are sleeping together, so she threatens Carrie to stop poking around. “If Zeke gets in trouble for this swimming pool s–t, your name will be the first name out of my mouth,” she promises her.
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Great recap! Can’t wait for the finale next week. I believe Cane was referring to the original hit at the game. The way the shooting went down at the bar made it seem like Monet was the prime target and nobody knew Tariq was even going to be in there. Also interested to see how Lorenzo handles things once he hears what’s happened and how bad things have gotten.
Good to see Laz Alonso. ❤
The show has gotten better. I totally agree with Cane that his mother made him the way he is. That whole family dynamics is crazy to begin with…Riq is not going anywhere, Tameka will make sure of that PLUS he was truthful with her. That big, dumb Zeke has gotten on my last berve though. He’s not earning his grades and now he’s running his math to a former atty!!! 😫😫
I the whole episode is bull****! None of this would play out like this in real life. First everything was going towards protecting Tariq but now he might turn himself in. The story seems to be changing and going in a different. The only part I felt was real was when Tariq had to make that choice of being a monster or not to be monster.
Tariq never wanted his mom to protect him. He has been threatening to turn himself in all along. So that part makes sense to me.
Carrie and Jabari storyline is a bit confusing to me. At firsts she seemed a little cray cray but now Jabari is the crazy one . One of those 2 will definitely die before it’s all over
I agree with you on the point that Cane was referring to the original hit at the pool. Besides he tried to warn Monnet that Rico was on his way after he found out she had been cut off. He tried to phone her but she didnt pick up. I’m keen to see what will happen with the death of Lorenzo tho and if Cane will still go after ‘riq. It’s all set up for a great finale.
The whole idea if this is confusing! Mary J Bligh is an angry woman and how she didn’t know Ghost in their business is unbelievable. None of this makes sense. I’ll probably stop watching cause the professors part has not reason. It’s bad writing
I think Ghost will show up and Tariq will not go to jail.
It’s time for Uncle Tommy the show up
Powerful!! So much is going down I can’t wait to the season finale. When Tasha gets out of jail the Ish will hit the fan!!
When Carrie, Jabari and Tariq were at Lauren’s for dinner she mentions Davis is a good attorney that Tariq should watch his back. I guess she knows that from when she was a prosecutor.
The two professors just show that book smarts and common sense does not always meet. Tariq is too smart to just confess without a plan in mind. Sax is going down for Ghost’s murder. Is Cane Lorenzo’s biological son? Is that why Dru is treated like the oldest son and Cane is working so hard to prove himself?
Is ghost or Tommie coming back to save ghost son.
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‘Power Book II: Ghost’ dropped its 8th episode this Sunday on December 20, 2020. Titled ‘Family First’, the story follows Tariq who continues to suffer the aftermath of the death of his father. More on the details later. With the 8th part having paved the way for an engrossing storyline, let us now get into the details of the next episode, which also serves as the pre-finale.
Power Book II Ghost Episode 9 Release Date:
‘Power Book II Ghost’ episode 9 is slated to release on December 27, 2020 , at 8 pm ET/PT and 7 pm CT on Starz.
Power Book II Ghost Episode 9 Spoilers
The upcoming episode is titled ‘Monster’. The story marks the return of Tommy Egan, the guy who had seen Tariq murdering Ghost. Therefore, he serves as a crucial witness and can change the progress of the whole court proceedings. Tommy may not want things to be so easy for Tariq either. On the other hand, we do know that Tasha had attempted to pin the blame of Ghost’s murder on Tommy in the first episode. Now, what will happen if he runs into Cane? Will they team up against Tariq? Or will Tariq take matters into his own hands? Only time will tell. You can watch the promo for episode 9 below:
Where to Stream Power Book II Ghost Episode 9 Online?
‘Power Book II Ghost’ will air the next episode on Sunday at 8 pm ET on Starz. If you have a cable subscription for the channel, you can watch the show on your tv screens. Otherwise, you can catch the episodes online on the official website of Starz . Another way is to catch the series on the Starz app (available for download on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon). For cord-cutters, cable-free, live-streaming platforms include Directv and Sling TV. New episodes, following their tv premiere, are available on Hulu. You can additionally rent the episodes on Amazon Prime Video .
Power Book II Ghost Episode 8 Recap
Things get pretty intense in the eighth episode of ‘Power Book II: Ghost’. Jabari suspects Tariq and has started ignoring his duties as a professor to tail the latter. He is onto Tariq about the Course Correct App. On the other hand, Tariq is caught in a love triangle with Effie, Lauren, and Diana. Jabari confronts Tariq but since the latter is not inclined to give any answers, he simply ignores and walks off. Jabari is worried and starts stalking Tariq. Effie tells Tariq that she has trust issues because of her past. But it seems she is wearing him down for some reason. It is strange that Tariq is behaving so strangely before Effie when he is his own self before her and barely needs to lie. 2Bit makes a comeback and he is all set to exact his revenge on Tariq.
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When is Power Book 2: Ghost season 3 episode 9 released after hiatus?
Season 3 of Power Book 2: Ghost has been gripping but fans now face a frustrating wait for episode 9 as the Starz series is taking a break.
*WARNING: Spoilers ahead for Power Book 2: Ghost season 3 episode 8*
Power Book 2: Ghost had some big shoes to fill when it first began as it directly followed on from one of the most successful and beloved shows in Starz history in the original Power .
Season 3 has continued to enthrall fans since it began airing in March 2023 but following a cliffhanger in its most recent episode, viewers will be forced to wait for episode 9 but when exactly will Power Book 2: Ghost return?
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Power Book 2 season 3 episode 8 recap
Titled Sacrifice, episode 8 of season 3 aired on Friday, May 5, 2023.
The episode began by following Dru who has been going through a rollercoaster of emotions of late with a recent breakup and subsequently finding love with Gordo Castillo.
However, after discovering that Gordo had been responsible for the death of his father, Lorenzo Tejada Sr, Dru reluctantly murdered his new love interest while he was taking a shower.
Matters get even worse for Dru in episode 8 when his ex, Everett, announces on a sports show that he’s coming out as the first openly gay NBA player with his new boyfriend, which leads to a heated confrontation between Everett and a drunken Dru.
The incident is caught on camera and quickly goes viral and is seen by Gordo’s brother, Gustavo, who works out that Dru must know what happened to Gordo.
Elsewhere, we find Diana currently in police custody in connection with the attempted murder of Lauren. However, on the advice of Davis Maclean, the successfully puts the blame on Effie who is later arrested as well.
Later in the episode, Diana is finally released from custody and tells Tejada family matriarch Monet that she wants out of the game and to attend college, but Monet quickly shuts her down.
As the episode draws to a close, Tariq and Maclean begin to plan how they will deal with Saxe now that they know he’s a mole but before they can do anything, Maclean’s brother Theo, who has just been released from prison, arrives on the scene and kills Cooper himself, making an already messy situation even more complicated.
Power Book 2 season 3 episode 9 release date and plot preview
Episode 9 of Power Book 2: Ghost season 3 will be released in the US on Starz at 8/7c on Friday, May 19, 2023.
Thankfully, the break between episodes 8 and 9 is only two weeks as Power Book 2 will not be airing on May 12.
The break between episodes comes as little surprise as Starz will be hoping to build anticipation ahead of the final episodes in the season as well as to give fans who are behind on the series the opportunity to catch up.
In terms of its title, episode 9 is set to be called A Last Gift while the official synopsis for the upcoming chapter reads:
“Tariq scrambles to get ahead of information that could incriminate the drug organization and jeopardize his family’s safety. The feds double down and set their sights on a new target to aid their investigation.”
How many episodes in total?
Season 3 of Power Book 2: Ghost will consist of 10 episodes in total.
This amount should come as little surprise to veteran fans of the series as it mirrors the number of episodes in both seasons 1 and 2.
However, following the short break after episode 8, there are just two episodes left until the season reaches its conclusion.
The full schedule for season 3 of Power Book 2: Ghost has been as follows:
- Your Perception, Your Reality | March 17
- Need vs Greed | March 24
- Human Capital | March 31
- The Land Of Opportunity | April 7
- No More Second Chances | April 14
- Land Of Lies | April 21
- Deal Or No Deal | April 28
- Sacrifice | May 5
- A Last Gift | May 19
- Divided We Stand | May 26
While season 3 is almost at its end, fans will be pleased to know that Power Book 2 has already been renewed for season 4, with the announcement coming in January 2023, before season 3 had even started.
Couple that with the ongoing spin-offs, Book 3: Raising Kanan and Book 4: Force, it’s a great time to be a Power fan.
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Power Book II: Ghost (2020 - Present)
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A sequel to the series "Power." On his own for the first time, Tariq St. Patrick Tariq navigates his new life, in which his desire to shed his father's legacy comes up against the mounting pressure to save his family. Along the way, Tariq gets entangled in the affairs of the cutthroat Tejada family, adding further complications as he tries to balance his drug operations with his education, love life, family affairs, and mounting pressure from Cooper Saxe. He divides his time between school and hustling to pay for his mother's defense attorney, but when he runs out of options, Tariq turns to a familiar drug game.
- Creator: Courtney A. Kemp
- Starring: Michael Rainey Jr., Mary J. Blige, Shane Johnson, Gianni Paolo, LaToya Tonodeo
- TV Network: STARZ
- Premiere Date: Sep 6, 2020
- Genre: Crime
- Executive producers: Mark Canton, Courtney A. Kemp, Danielle De Jesus, 50 Cent, Shana Stein, Bart Wenrich
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Power book ii: ghost season 1 episode 9 review: monster.
Is Tariq St. Patrick a monster?
On the surface, the answer seems obvious. He’s done a lot of terrible things over the year, from lying and stealing from the people who love him. Oh, and he murdered his father. But does that make him a monster?
Power Book II: Ghost Season 1 Episode 9 was all about diving a little bit deeper into who Tariq is, and it set the stage for what is sure to be an epic finale.
Tariq has often struggled with what kind of man he wants to be, and it’s something he’ll probably grapple with for the rest of his life. His father surely did.
He doesn’t want to see himself as a bad man, as a “monster” of society. And a lot of the things done have been to protect not only himself but also others. He’s even found a way to justify Ghost’s death as being more about who Ghost was than about himself.
In his final years, Ghost did everything within his power to stop Tariq from becoming like him and living a life where he was indebted to others and always on the precipice of death. And Tariq fought him at every turn, only to end up in an almost worse situation.
Tariq owes money all over the place, and he’s being pushed and pulled in all different directions by people who all have their own agendas. But Tariq finally got a better sense of where he stands amongst all the chaos, and now it’s time to see if he can pull off the ultimate con and get both him and Tasha off the hook.
Now that Tariq finally knows about Saxe and Davis actively working against him (and Tasha, for that matter), the real games can begin regarding the trial.
There is a pretty much negative way that Tariq gets on the stand and admits to killing Ghost. If that were a thing that was ever going to happen, it would have happened already. With Tameka on his side, there’s a path forward for both Tariq and Tasha because she’s the person who can bring Saxe down.
Tameka: Tariq, did you kill your father? Tariq: Yes. I did. Not because I'm a monster. Because he was a monster. Permalink: Yes. I did. Not because I'm a monster. Because he was a monster.
She knows where all the bodies are buried, and she’s Tariq’s best shot at this point.
It’s crazy how hard all these lawyers are working to help Tariq essentially get away with murder, but I guess that’s ultimately a question for their conscience.
The Saxe and Davis alliance was always on borrowed time, but it’ll be good to see them both drop the façade and try to take one another apart as the trial starts to wind down.
Tasha’s trial hasn’t been at the forefront of Tariq’s mind as of late, and that’s understandable considering he’s got 2-Bit demanding his money and the whole Tejada situation.
The Tejada dynasty has been slowly crumbling all season, with Cane’s latest departure fracturing things even further.
Cane’s decision to take over the streets put a massive target on Monet’s back. Their strength always seemed to come from the fact that they were a unit, even with Lorenzo locked up. They ran their business effectively and presented as a united front. You couldn’t mess with Monet and not then have to answer to Cane.
But that’s no longer the case with Cane off doing his own thing. And it all culminated in a direct hit on Monet that left Dru injured and Cane even more estranged from his family.
It’s hard to see Cane’s path back to the family, especially now that he’s murdered a cop. There’s only so much Monet will be able to do or want to do at this point. She has to sense how much things have fallen apart, and after Dru’s health, her goal will be to get the business back on track.
And what does that mean for Tariq?
It could mean a lot, frankly. But that’s still a ways off, and there are other issues at hand like the police investigating the swimming pool death.
Although this has been a stellar first season, the weakest links by far have been Carrie and Jabari’s storylines. They were often completely separate from all the other plotlines, which is okay if your storyline is fresh and exciting. But theirs was not.
Turning Jabari into a full-blown villain has also been a curious choice, but the show is so strong that I’ve been willing to see how this plays out before passing too much judgment.
With the season winding down, everything is finally starting to mesh, with Jabari on his quest to expose Tariq and Carrie trying to protect Zeke? Their interests are unclear, but they’re at least somewhat involved with the more significant plot points now.
Carrie’s prosecutor instincts push her to get Zeke to come clean, but while she was doing her Tejada homework, she should have realized that going up against Monet was going to be a dangerous endeavor.
Now, she’s faced with either playing by Monet’s rules or doing what she feels is right to help protect Zeke. But she doesn’t understand what harm could come by trying to protect Zeke.
And who even knows what Jabari is doing at this point. He’s still overstepping boundaries, and he’s still laser-focused on Tariq, but what’s the endgame here?
With a literal dead body barely warm, they both know there is some connection between the body and the Tejada’s (and Tariq), and you’d think that would be enough for them to back off.
But where’s the fun is being smart?
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- Thank god Tariq didn’t kill Epiphany. She is the gift that keeps on giving, and she didn’t deserve to die at all. She did right by both Tasha and Tariq, and Saxe and Davis played on her desperation. Hopefully, she takes her cash and gets far away from New York.
- Brayden is one of the only people on the planet who truly has Tariq’s back, so it was good to see Tariq be honest about the Riley situation. He deserved the truth.
- Paula was so disgusted with Davis after her talk with Tasha that she went out of her way to try and sabotage the most significant case of his career. Hell truly hath no fury like a woman scorned.
- Dru better be okay, and he better do what he wants to do because he almost died over her business decisions, not his own. He deserves better than the crap hand he’s been dealt by the people supposed to love him.
- RIP Danilo. We didn’t know much about you, minus the fact you loved Monet, and you stupidly decided to work with Cane. Rest easy!
We’ve finally reached the end of the road, and there’s no telling what’s to come, but we’re expecting drama, a death or two, and a cliffhanger because this is Power, after all.
Let me know what you want to see in the finale, as well as all your thought about this installment and the season as a whole!
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Tariq: Well, Stansfield is hot right now thanks to Ca- Monet: We don't say that name anymore. Permalink: We don't say that name anymore. Added: December 27, 2020
Paula: Well, even if Tariq is lying about his grandma, instead of gaming him let's find out why he needs the money. Davis: Long as I get mine, that's all that matters. Permalink: Long as I get mine, that's all that matters. Added: December 27, 2020
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