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We only have 1 more episode before Power is over for good but we still haven’t been told who shot Ghost. We started with 7 suspects ( Dre, Paz, Tate, Tommy, Sax, Tasha, and Tariq) and throughout the last 4 episodes, we have ruled out 5 suspects. Now I already knew it wasn’t Paz, Tate or Sax because they all are scary and not about that life but of course, the writers have to keep us guessing. Have no idea what I’m talking about? Get your FREE 7-day trial through Amazon Prime.
Who Didn’t Kill Ghost? Final Season of Power Mini-Review
Episode 11, “Still Dre”, we found out Andre Coleman (Rotimi Akinosho) didn’t kill James “Ghost” St. Patrick (Omari Hardwick) and got a glimpse into what his upbringing was like. Then he died, which was long overdue. Episode 12, “He Always Wins”, was so dreadfully boring but we found out Paz Valdes (Elizabeth Rodriguez) and Cooper Sax (Shane Johnson) didn’t kill Ghost because Paz was too scary and paranoid ALL THE TIME and Sax was there when Paz reburied her sister Angela Valdes (Lela Loren) so he was already cleared. Episode 13, “It’s All Your Fault”, we confirmed Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora) didn’t kill Ghost. We also found out that Tommy saw the killer but Ghost asked Tommy to spare their life and they made up before Ghost died. Episode 14, “Reversal of Fortune”, We confirmed that Councilman Rashad Tate (Larenz Tate) didn’t kill him but we knew that because he paid Dre to kill him in Episode 11. Tasha St. Patrick (Naturi Naughton) wouldn’t shoot Ghost because she’s not stupid enough to do it, and I’m sure she read the life insurance policy which most have a clause for married people which mentions nothing will be paid out if they kill or have their husband/wife killed. Tariq St. Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr.) shot him because he’s been a vengeful brat for too long and they should’ve whooped his butt when he first started. “Spare the rod, spoil the child.”
Now, if you’ve gotten this far and have no idea who any of these people are but are very much intrigued by the storyline, you have approximately 7 days to binge-watch Power seasons 1-6 before the final episode airs on Sunday, February 9, 2020. Don’t have cable? That’s ok, you can do a FREE 7-day trial through Amazon Prime. If you choose to keep it, it’ll only be $8.99/month after your free trial. If not, make sure you cancel before the subscription ends. If you decide to keep your subscription no worries due to the seamless transition from the free trial to the monthly subscription.
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