But first, let's go over Monday's episode.
Gugu is suffering from a variety of PTSD symptoms. That's Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and it's understandable because no one could return to normal after the ordeal she'd been through.
Nightmares, intrusive thoughts, and flashback memories continue to plague her. Those are classic PTSD symptoms.
She is also still experiencing withdrawal symptoms from the medicines she was given for nearly two months.
Gugu has yet to warm up to the Royals, who believe she requires counseling, and she doesn't help matters when she accidentally stabs Azwindini, mistaking him for a robber. The Royals have also been particularly alert due to the message Azwindini got from his forefathers.
The pregnancy bomb is then dropped on the Mukwevhos, sending Vho-Masindi over the edge.
Susan is still dealing with the negative consequences of her assistance to Gugu.
Vhutshilo and Kgosi have been working tirelessly to clear her record, and now Sharon has joined them.
James returns home after his accident on Friday, and Imani is assisting him, but the relationship is still strained from the speed bump.
In the following episode,
The Royal council summoned Mulimisi for talks after his return from the highlands. Many things have gone wrong in his absence, and signals from beyond the tomb have been received. The Royals appear unable to catch a break, as they have just emerged from a hostage scenario and are now facing yet another issue.
Imani and James are still working on their marriage, and he gets a present for her as he tries to make apologies for his sins. Even Lesedi appears to be settling in, indicating that things may be returning to normal.
In a short period of time, she lost both her husband and her work. Shaz persuades her to return to her old life and find a new career. Susan, Shaz believes, should take the invitation seriously; after everything she's been through, Susan deserves to start winning.
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