Now that she’s seen the security footage that corroborates James’ story, Angela needs to blow off some steam as she contemplates what to do next. She meets up with her sister, Paz, during her morning run and admits that she thinks James is innocent. Paz isn’t fond of James or the fact that a married man had a relationship with her sister, but she sets aside her bias to say that Angela should tell her boss if she truly believes James didn’t kill Knox. Read more.
As James tries to keep it together while in jail, Marshal Clyde Williams continues finding ways to pick on him. The marshal catches James off guard while the inmate is bench pressing and pushes the barbell against his neck, essentially choking him. Apparently an inmate died in a similar incident last year. As always, the marshal reminds James that no one cares about what they perceive as his “cop-killing” self. Breathe in, breathe out, James. Read more.
This doesn’t look good. At the start of episode 3, Dre, Keisha, and Julio are snatched up by the feds for questioning. Julio and Dre see each other in the process. While all of that is happening, Angela is at Greg’s funeral lurking in the back of the church — I mean, patiently waiting for the family to leave so she can pay her respects. I’m sure the family’s not too fond of her. (Join the club.) Read more.
Ghost, back at it with the white Vans, hovers over the toilet in his jail cell. He’s hurting, physically and mentally, after being denied bail, and we’re seeing the aftermath of the guards beating him down. He’s limping; there’s blood. It’s bad. Proctor pays his client a visit and suggests that Ghost keep a low profile. Behind bars, he’s no longer Ghost — he’s James St. Patrick. I’ll take the family man alter ego for $1,000, Alex. Read more.
The first episode of season 4 wastes no time reminding you what your ex-fave did to Ghost last season. Here’s your refresher: Ghost’s federal prosecutor ex-mistress Angela arrested him at his nightclub, Truth, for the murder of… wait for it… Angela’s ex-colleague, ex-boyfriend, ex-lover, and magic bean holder, Greg Knox. Read more.