Power After Hours Episode 608 Recap – “Deal With The Devil”

What a way to end an episode!

In the latest edition of #PowerAfterHours, we discuss the shocking death this episode (and how one of my favorite power memes came true), Saxe’s white privilege Starman finally running out, Tate’s campaign looking funny, The two-week gap between Power episodes and what the midseason finale #reallymeans, Tasha teaching narcotics 1o1 to Tariq, and how this all is leading to a bloody conclusion.

Listener social commentary was on FIRE this week too, as you asked us about everything. Like, literally everything!


Power After Hours Episode 607 Recap – “Like Father, Like Son”

Tariq finally gets put in his place by multiple folks and the Internet rejoices! This week, we discuss the multiple ways the parent figures in Tariq’s bad ass life give him a dose of reality. Living in a fantasy world (Ghost), vs. Reality (Tasha, Tommy, Everyone else but Ghost), Saxe’s white privilege power finally running out on him, Tate writing checks his d*ck has to cash, and Tasha’s motherly decision that inspires debate among everyone. Plus your thoughts too!


Power After Hours Episode 606 Recap – “Inside Man”

If you had 24 hours to scam just think…

This is the question Ghost and Tommy ponder as they try to raise $2 Milly in 24 hours to free Tariq. Inside Man confirms that this is Tariq’s scheme, and everything as expected, goes to hell. Tariq is slowly rising in the “greatest hated characters ever” list, Tate gets some good character development via his ever expanding origin story, Cousin Benny is the MVP, and we ask “what’s next” after the Tommy-Ghost unholy alliance.


Power After Hours Episode 605 Recap – “King’s Gambit”

Ced Shine (@CedricShine) joins the Power After Hours fam to chime in on this week’s episode of POWER! Who’s playing chess on this show and who’s playing checkers? We get into a deep discussion on whether Tariq is dumb, naive, or both? A requiem for our fallen soldier Joe Proctor, Tommy’s irrational emotional nature and whether it’ll be his downfall, Saxe is the worst lawyer in the history of the U.S.A., and Jeff is finally fed up with the writing on the show as we debate accepting a show for what it is, vs. expecting better from writer’s room. Does Power hit the “f*ck it” button too often with plot lines and certain scenes? We get to it, plus your commentary too!

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