5 Reasons Why Power Episode 6 Is The WORST. EPISODE. EVER.

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Every great television show has its missteps and season 4 of Power is no exception. Episode 6 has the worst character and story line development. It’s as if the writers forgot who these character are. This episode has to be the WORST. POWER. EPISODE. EVER.

Tasha Makes A Deal With Stern

Why would Tasha sign a deal with Stern? How fast did she need the money? How much did she need? Bottom line, why would she make a deal with her husband’s enemy? For that, why not borrow the money from Kanan – which would have been a much better storyline.

Ghost Is Missing

Jamie’s character was weak the entire episode. What happened to the hit-man who killed his connections and left calling cards? What happened to the beast who killed a Correctional Officer in jail? Where is Ghost?

We saw a guy who looked like Ghost get punked and his head slammed into the steering wheel.

Tommy Never Said “Shoot On Sight”

We don’t care what Courtney says, this order NEVER took place. In season 2, Kanan goes to meet Tommy at a warehouse only to find Ghost there. If Ghost believed Kanan to be dead, why would Tommy order his people to kill Kanan?

The Death of Julio & Jukebox

The death of Julio was too long and the death of Jukebox was too short. Both were great characters that deserved better death scenes. We sat thru 5 episodes of a court case. Can we spare a few episodes for the kidnapping?

Reunited And It Feels So Good

We know Ghost and Tasha set up Kanan to go to prison. Kanan does 10 years, gets out of prison and fights Ghost. Ghost defeats him, sets him on fire and leaves him to die.

With weeks of plotting his revenge, Kanan finally has reveals himself to be alive.

Jamie and Kanan bond in the car. During a heist, they reconnect over the good old days. Jamie tells Kanan he loved him like a brother which is why he sent Kanan to jail instead of killing him. Sorry, but Kanan should have put a bullet in Jamie’s leg just because.

What did you think of tonight’s episode? Are we being too hard?

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Written by SOHH Squad

19 Comments

  1. No your not being hard enough! I was so disappointed myself ugggg why Julio tho! Now all of a sudden Tariq is messed up! I agree with you, apparently since power is set to go for a total of 7 seasons they are leaving little things to come back to in the final season

  2. Ghost just got out of a potential life sentence, would u be a wild cowboy first day home??

  3. Kanam all of a sudden gets a heart… naw son he killed his own son. BUT i still loved the episode

  4. Ghost ,being just being released, because of the prosecution’s stupidity, was luck. He was NOT acquitted, so he’s still waiting for Mak and his gang to go for another shot. Poor Julio, held his own, that’s what made the scene long. He went down swinging, literally. Okay,
    the Kanan line was a writer’s brain fart, as was the game of “This Is Your Life”, Jukebox played with Kanan. She was merciless, and impatient. There should have a been a shootout with Tariq strapped to the chair shitting his pants calling for his Daddy,, not Slim or Kanan. Jukebox was a killer, not a talker. But then it’s only TV. Give the writing staff a break. The show is still good, even last night’s episode.

  5. Tasha doesn’t even know about kannan yet. She may suspect something isn’t right but she doesn’t know.

  6. I’ll admit the episode had it’s weak parts but it still was in the realm of possibility.
    – GHOST had to play it safe he recently lost his cool in prison and it almost jeopardized his freedom.

    – KANAN killed his own son because he felt betrayed. Shawn chose Ghost over his dad. When Kanan first met Tariq he saw that Shawn actually mentored him and then when he was going to kill Tariq didn’t because he saw that Tariq hated Ghost and actually did whatever Kanan said which is how he wanted his son Shawn to be.

    – TASHA took money from Stern because she wanted the money for the kids but also felt like she can make her own decisions since she felt Ghost was in prison making decisions for himself. Also she believed that even if the Stern loan was a setup Ghost would get out of it like he had in the past.

    – JULIO’S death was long because the view is supposed to hope that just maybe he crawls out of the building like Kanan and survives but it was a long and awkward death because you’re supposed to feel sorry for him and he was a long standing character and close to Ghost. It was supposed to hurt when he died more than when Greg died.

    – JUKEBOX was going to die and it was obvious, I called it at the beginning of the episode. She wasn’t thinking rationally. Kanan wants to get back into the game, killing ghost and his kid for a temporary payday didn’t make sense when Kanan could use them to get back into the game and back where he wanted to be.

  7. This side was the best some things u pointed out were true bout the shoot to kanan which everyone thought was dead. I liked kanan and ghost together.Julio death scene was true when u stabbed up u die on your belly like a pig try to get help flip over and die rip julio. Justice for holly I wish I could do this for all the woman who were sexual
    assaulted.this was the best episode ever.and Courtney a Kemp is the best writer and needs to win a Grammy.

  8. I enjoyed the episode. And I enjoyed seeing Kanan humanized again. Forget Jukebox. And yes, I too wondered why Tasha was wheeling and dealing with the enemy. Private school tuition and rent for a month or two couldn’t be that high. She doesn’t have ANY credit…damn.

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