PsychoDrone July 9, 2020 Share July 9, 2020 All this "AJ" drama is easy to predict. I put that in quotes because AJ isn't the real AJ. The real AJ is the one that is dead and showed up on the Greenleaf estate at last season's finale. The AJs were in prison together and worked up a scheme to defraud Grace. Once fake-AJ found out about real-AJ's death, then fake-AJ felt guilty and tried suicide. Remember, fake-AJ asked for money from Grace repeatedly and, we now know, he did steal the drugs. Presumably, for his treatment. This last episode ended before he could give the full reason why he tried to kill himself. And, it isn't because he was raped in prison and contracted HIV. That reasoning doesn't make sense. He said that to garner sympathy before he tells Grace about the fraud. Finally, Jacob calls Kerissa's bluff. The will is not solid evidence of wrongdoing. She's playing it up, but she stands to lose significantly. Mac will be behind it all, totally independent of the Bishop and Lady Mae. Oh, and Basie isn't dead. No body, no death. He faked his death to get the heat off of him. 1 2 Link to comment
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