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P-Valley Season 2 Episode 7 Release Date & What Happened To Big Teak?

P-Valley Season 2 Episode 7
P-Valley Season 2 Episode 7

The relationship between Big Teak and Lil Murda is the subject of the sixth episode of “Savage,” the second season finale of Starz’s drama series “P-Valley.” The rapper and his companion spend time together on a break from the Dirty Dozen tour. Big Teak questions Lil Murda regarding his relationship with Uncle Clifford. Autumn Night, a.k.a. Hailey Colton, shows up unannounced at Andre Watkins’ party. Diamond and Big Bone advance their friendship, but the past events still plague the latter. We have gone into great detail about the two shocking developments that the episode ends with.

The drama series “P-Valley” on Starz’s second season shows Hailey Colton, who plays Autumn Night, holding auditions at The Pynk to take the place of Gidget and Keyshawn Harris, who plays Miss Mississippi. Hailey, Uncle Clifford, and Mercedes Woodbine select Roulette, Whisper, and Big Bone for the strip club after they pass an audition. After Gidget leaves The Pynk and Mississippi, her ex-boyfriend Duffy starts eyeing Roulette. What begins as casual flirtations between them develops over time.

P-Valley Season 2 Episode 7

Spoilers ahead!

P-Valley Season 2 Episode 6 Recap

Savage, the sixth episode of Season 2 of P-Valley, opens with Diamond and Big Bone having sex. Diamond’s intimate relationship with Big Bone is broken up by thoughts of Keyshawn Harris/Miss Mississippi. Shelle and Mercedes Woodbine meet to discuss the latter’s mistaken characterization of Terricka. Shelle clarifies that Mercedes cannot care for her daughter when she wishes. Later, Keyshawn attempts to leave Derrick with their two kids but finds that her car needs work. She returns to their home carrying a loaded gun after being unable to escape her abusive partner’s car. She waits for Derrick to come home with the gun, but at the last second, she decides against killing him.

When Mercedes and Farrah Haynes first meet, they discuss the importance of keeping their sexual encounters hidden from Coach. After having sex, the three discover that Farrah is more into Mercedes than he is. When he questions the two women about the same, Farrah admits that she has been attracted to women for a long time. Coach requests that Mercedes leave because he believes she threatens his marriage to Farrah. Lil Murda answers Big Teak’s question about Uncle Clifford by explaining how he has harmed their relationship.

Mayoral Campaign

As a part of his campaign for mayor, André throws a party. Unexpected guest Hailey shows up at the party, but Corbin Kyle forces her to leave. She meets Georgie Batson, a representative of The Promised Land, and describes why The Pynk is more valuable than Corbin’s current offer. Georgie requests a meeting with Hailey to discuss the sale of the property so she can take Hailey’s $10 million demand into account. After the party, Hailey runs into Andre and ends up having sex. The grandmother of Uncle Clifford, Earnestine, appears to have coronavirus disease.

Big Teak Is Dead

Big Teak is indeed dead. Taking a break from the former’s tour, Lil Murda and Big Teak spend the day together. When one of Lil Murda’s songs comes on the radio, the rapper gives his companion a new car, and they both celebrate. As he observes his friend achieving new heights, Big Teak becomes ecstatic. But soon, gloom takes control of him. He becomes aware that Uncle Clifford is the reason he lost his lover. Despite the festivities, Big Teak still finds it difficult to accept that Lil Murda is no longer his child. He sees the rapper’s affection for Clifford, which harms him.

Big Teak also ruminates on his difficult upbringing. He recalls how he had suffered at the time while going back to the house he had lived in as a child. Bloodshed and losses plagued Big Teak’s early years. Nothing has changed for him since evolving into the person he is today. He is still experiencing sadness and loss because Clifford stole his lover away. Big Teak still hasn’t found light after spending roughly ten years of his life at the prison and becoming lost in its gloom. He is further crushed by the knowledge that Lil Murda, the only source of hope he ever had, is now someone else’s. Because he cannot accept the losses from his childhood—including Lil Murda—Big Teak commits suicide. He loses all hope as he also loses his lover, the only thing he has left. To avoid further suffering, he takes his own life.

P-Valley Season 2 Episode 7

Only three episodes left in the series!

Terricka Might Be Pregnant

Terricka is indeed expecting. All day, especially after her encounter with Shelle, Mercedes tries to get in touch with Terricka. She considers inviting Terricka into her home to reestablish contact with her daughter. Terricka visits Mercedes’ home in tears that same evening. When she asks Terricka what’s wrong, she pulls out a pregnancy test strip with the result “YES+.” Since Terricka doesn’t have any known romantic interests, the identity of the father of her child is still a complete mystery. Terricka is following in her mother Mercedes’ footsteps by becoming pregnant young, regardless of who the father is. She must be worried about how the baby will impact her life or even whether she will have to give the child up as her mother did. The way Shelle handles her pregnancy could have an impact on Terricka as well. Since the girl has no other shelter options if she rejects it, Terricka and Mercedes might even get back together.

P-Valley Season 2 Episode 7 Release Date

On Starz, p-Valley Season 2 Episode 7 will release on July 17, 2022, at 22:00 hrs, Eastern Time, United States.

Also Read: P-Valley Filming Locations: Where Is The Southern Gothic Series Filmed?

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