Hayden is a childish character who only pretended to make a backup offer on Tyler Perry’s Sistas because he wanted to incite Zac to violence so that Zac would go back to prison.
Thankfully, when the soapy BET drama aired this Wednesday, Fatima’s whoops saw through Zac’s wafer-thin provocations and refused to give him the satisfaction.
But it wasn’t easy, and the more Hayden asked Zac where he got the money to buy a house, the more Zac wanted to punch him in the face. Hayden also tried to embarrass Zac in front of Renee, the real estate agent, saying that Zac’s business was his business because Zac is dating Fatima.
There was a lot more attitude that lasted way too long, but in the end Hayden found enough happiness by making Zac so angry that he nearly slipped violently. Zac told Renee that Hayden was just wasting their time and still wouldn’t make an offer, and Renee—who appeared to be underwhelmed by Zac’s machismo—said she understood.
Speaking of understanding, Karen, who suddenly becomes the female version of that weirdo Hayden, refused to understand or respect that her ex-boyfriend Zac has moved on with Fatima. The old girl came to the airport looking all crazy, and Danni said, “Why are you here?” Danni told her that Zac had left the airport because he was stopping, but Karen showed up foolishly anyway to try and get him to talk to her.
\In an effort to help Karen get on with her boring life, Danni called Zac and handed the phone to Karen. She asked him why he wasn’t taking her calls, and Zac said he loved her, but their relationship had ended. He urged Karen to move on, but she said she couldn’t until he told her it was in her face. Zac agreed to meet with Karen at Danni’s house so that Karen could finally be shut down.
Things got messier when Zac called and told Fatima that he was going to meet Karen because she was chasing him. Fatima rolled her eyes and told Zac that Karen didn’t want closure. She wanted him. A disappointed Fatima said that at least Zac would now know if he was really over Karen.
Andi had no idea what Karen was up to and stopped by her salon to check on her. As she waited for Karen to arrive, Aaron brought a bouquet of roses, and Pam said it was weird, especially since his ex-wife committed suicide in Karen’s beauty parlor.
When Karen showed up, she took Andi to her office, but refused to accept Andi’s apology for not telling her what she knows about Zac and Fatima. Andi also said she thought it was a bad idea for Karen to meet Zac to close it off, adding that she’s tired of being put in the middle.
Elsewhere in Atlanta, Jacobi had the audacity to bankrupt Sabrina after he falsely accused her of sexual harassment. Maurice shot him and told Jacobi to be ashamed of himself, but Sabrina took pity on him and said she would listen to him. Sabrina did say she didn’t trust Jacobi not to falsely accuse her again and said they should talk in front of Maurice.
Jacobi confessed that he makes hasty choices when he gets angry, and he apologized. He begged Sabrina to talk to him privately, and she finally gave in — but not before Maurice called him a “ho.” Oh Maurice! Can you judge if you are still attracted to Q, the man who put a gun to your head?
When they were alone, Jacobi said he really liked his former supervisor because she is a good woman. He said he was sorry he hurt her by lying and asked for his old job back. Sabrina said she couldn’t forgive him and that he would never work with her at the bank again. She turned him down for a date, and Jacobi left the flowers and said he hoped to see her again someday.