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Keeping Score Teasers - November 2016

Written by TVSA Team from the blog Keeping Score Teasers on 24 Oct 2016
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Coming up on Keeping Score this November 2016:

Tuesday 1 November 2016
Episode 6

And In This Corner
Mmamosa makes her grand entrance at the academy, but something about her meeting with Justice makes her go insane - just for a moment. At the end of the day we hear her beginning to outline a plan to 'bring Justice down.'
The Ashanti bet is still on, and Lehasa appears to be winning. Issac beats Mack in a race, and as a result Greg gives Mack a 'herbal remedy' that he swears is completely legit.

Monday 7 November 2016
Episode 7

Testing Boundaries

Justice is ashamed that he bet on the Ashanti Jackpot and takes it out on the athletes. Ashanti, however, proves that she is perfectly capable of looking after herself.

Mmamosa revives the Xenophobia story in the newspapers, but things don't go exactly to plan. Mack and Issac have a personal break-through and good news, while Lehasa ends up in more hot water.

Tuesday 8 November 2016
Episode 8

Kicking It

Justice and Botho celebrate the fact that their money problems are sorted and Issac is an Olympic contender. Ashanti rages about Justice's involvement in the bet.  
A moment between Greg and Mack starts viral homophobic comments. Gay Pride members picket ASA. Justice wants to beat them up. Justice realizes what he has in Warona but treats her like a maid. Ashanti tells Warona to stop letting Justice treat her dismissively.

Tongai's family needs money but he can't help them. Tladi is pissed at Lehasa for getting him beaten up by G & T and offers Tongai a job as his bodyguard against the thugs.

Monday 14 November 2016
Episode 9

Waging Bull

Issac and Tongai taunt Mack for being gay and in love with Greg. Mack attacks Issac and picks up waitress Felleng, 19, to prove his manhood.  
Everyone has forgotten Botho’s birthday - except Warona. She reminds Justice, who organises a big splashy affaire to drum up publicity and funders for ASA.

Greg publicly proposes to Botho, who reveals Ashanti and Issac kissing.

Tuesday 15 November 2016
Episode 10

Mmamosa ups her game of charming Justice and being catty to Warona. Warona comforts Botho who feels trapped by her engagement. Justice slams Ashanti for messing things up for Issac and accuses her of being promiscuous, like her mother.
Greg adds a special something to bottled water which he gives to Mack. And the Olympic committee want to fast track him for the national team. Everybody is ecstatic. Except for Issac, who can't represent SA.

Monday 21 November 2016
Episode 11

On the Ball

Ashanti offers to marry Issac to give him citizenship. Justice and Lehasa OK it. Tladi catches Greg and Mack with a suspicious-looking pouch. Mmamosa tells Justice that they knew each other and hints that he might have fathered some children. Justice doesn't remember her but flirts – and denies any children.
Ashanti flashes Issac so he loses a race against Mack. Nobody believes Issac when he says he saw a naked girl.

Tuesday 22 November 2016
Episode 12

Grand Slam

Justice continues to treat Warona like a maid. When plans to get Issac citizenship are hopeless, Justice turns to Mmamosa for help. She has a plan to find Issac a bride and keeps the minister of Home Affairs on standby.

Justice hears Tladi and Tongai talking about Ashanti screwing Issac and has it out with his daughter. Warona has to stop him punching her.
Issac confronts Greg about favouring Mack and about his performance improvement. Greg denies any wrongdoing and throws Issac out. Ashanti catches him in a vulnerable moment.

Monday 28 November 2016
Episode 13

Dirty Games

Greg and Mack have an intimate moment. Ashanti cruelly rejects Issac, who confronts Greg and Justice about Mack's doping.
Mmamosa and Ashanti bond. Mmamosa tells Lehasa carry on charming Botho. They flirt lightly. Greg wants to set a date for the wedding and Botho still can't tell him it's off.  
Mmamosa tells Justice that Home Affairs can't help with Issac then casually says 'if we were married'.
Tuesday 29 November 2016
Episode 14

The Game Plan

Justice enjoys Mmamosa and Warona sparring over him. Eshe and Issac get to know each other. He's interested that she knows what to do when someone is caught doping.
Ashanti apologizes to Issac but he doesn't want to hear it. Then Lehasa snubs her. She overhears him and Justice talking about sponsors wanting a black female athlete and shows up at a sponsor event and beats everybody.

Keeping Score is on SABC2 Mondays and Tuesday at 21h30.

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1 Comment

24 Oct 2016 13:30

Last week's episodes were a yawn fest .I hope it improves as time goes .the only person worth watching is Sonia Mbele ,Ashanti and Lehasa don't speak sesotho well .

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