The Haves and the Have Nots Season 8 Episode 18 brings in the second part of the goodbyes. The show has been running since OWN Network’s humble beginning as its first full-fledged soap opera drama. The original story concluded with the sixteenth episode on 20th July. But it was fan’s love that the network decided to air two special episodes to follow in. This was a talk special that featured the entire cast of the show as they addressed their favorite moments in the show and what they will miss about The Haves and Have Nots.
So here we are covering everything the cast had to talk about. Right from some funny takes to emotional character arcs. The badass moments as well. Oprah Winfrey is occasionally dropping videos for her favorite team. Then also some ideas about spin-off or something new in making. Plus, what the show stood for, lastly, what the show meant for the cast and the rest of the fans—their final experience working together and how hard it is to say goodbye. Anyway, let’s begin.
Recap For The Haves and the Have Nots Season 8 Episode 18
So, the final goodbye and reunion’s second part begins with The Haves and Have Nots Season 8 Episode 18. Egypt Sherrod reintroduces the cast of The Haves And The Have Nots. Egypt first talked to Crystal Fox and everything she may miss about this family. Soon a glimpse of her character Hanna Young’s journey followed in through the show. Oprah Winfrey followed in, revealing her favorite Hanna Young Moment, which was her singing. Then why Jim Cryer was taken out. Then some fan questions.
Tika Sumpter’s mom shares her favorite moment from the episode that turns out Candace’s mom forgiving Candace. Next, we saw Angela Robinson’s Veronica shinning her badass moment. She talks about how everyone has some Veronic inside them they need to differentiate with. Even Peter Parros went on to appreciate the performance of Angela. Then we heard about Angela working with Oprah and even heard from the legend herself. Just after, we had another badass glimpse of Veronica’s journey, and Angela explaining how things went down on another side.
Everyone questions Veronica’s death. So there are theories talked about a new show. Furthermore, even Angela explain how she got the role in the first place. Before we move in, Egypt made sure for people to vote who had the most shocking death in the show. Next, it’s Jim’s journey we see. Coming back from break for results, it’s Katheryn’s death that shocked everyone.
Renee Lawless talks about Katheryn’s death and also the friendship with Crystal’s character. Plus, their favorite scene together. Next, before the cast leaves, Egypt decides to ask them what they will miss about the show next. The answers even leave Renee emotional. Following her, every one confesses their experience just gives more emotional vibes. Especially Crystal Fox’s speech and Angela Robinson’s final adieu and this the reunion closed.
Does Season 8 Marks The End Of The Haves Or Have Nots?
Yes, The Haves And Have Nots Season 8 Episode 18 was a reunion special and had nothing to do with the show’s story. The show told that story for the last seven years about Cryer and Harrington families, and that has now come to a full circle. This reunion was the final goodbye the cast wanted to give to their fans whos stayed strong for Oprah Winfrey Network’s very first show. However, there are talks of a spin-off for Veronica as everyone is questioning her death in the finale. Even the cast talked about it in this episode. But they remain rumors until confirmed.
The Haves and Have Nots left no marks behind in becoming one of the scripted cable series with a majority African American cast averaging 2.8 million viewers every week. The Haves and Have Nots may have said goodbyes. But you can still stream all the eight seasons of the show on OWN’s Official Website and also Hulu, where the final season may soon arrive as it has wrapped up now. All the seasons are included, along with the last two reunion specials that took place post-season 8’s end. The show is also available on Video-on-demand services such as Apple TV, Google Play Movies, and TV and YouTube TV.