In the latest episode of ‘House of Payne,’ Curtis and Ella are roped into a “barbecue matter” after the former commits a huge blunder that jeopardizes his wife’s plans. Malik goes through a mild state of an existential crisis after realizing his interest in philosophy and religion. For a quick update on the previous episode, you can go through the recap section. Before the next episode drops, here’s what ‘House of Payne’ season 10 episode 7 might have in store!
House of Payne Season 10 Episode 7 Release Date
‘House of Payne’ season 10 episode 7 will release on July 6, 2021, at 9 pm ET on BET. New episodes roll out on the network every Tuesday, and every episode has a runtime of 20-23 minutes.
Where to Watch House of Payne Season 10 Episode 7 Online?
You can catch the upcoming ‘House of Payne’ season 10 episode 7 if you remember to tune in to BET at the aforementioned date and time. If you miss the television premiere, you can watch it later on BET’s official website or BET+ (with a subscription). Live-streaming options are also available on DirecTV, Sling TV, Philo TV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV. If you are subscribed to VOD services, you can either buy/rent the episodes through iTunes and Apple TV. Amazon Prime Video users can add the BET+ package for $9.99/month after trial and then access the series here.
House of Payne Season 10 Episode 7 Spoilers
In the next episode titled ‘In the Hot Seat,’ things will take a different turn for Calvin and Laura, who have been going strong as a couple till now. Before their engagement, their relationship will have to withstand the test of adversity as they sign up for pre-marital counseling in the next episode. This might bring up deeper issues between them, possibly about his ex Miranda and her troubled relationship history with Calvin.
House of Payne Season 10 Episode 6 Recap
In the sixth episode titled ‘Missing Mustard Seeds,’ Curtin walks in complaining about a barbecue establishment that inconvenienced him. Ella prepares for a Women’s Day event that chose her as the coordinator, and she is overjoyed to have bagged this opportunity. After listening to Curtis babble about his unpleasant experience in the restaurant, she motivates him to spill out his feedback constructively at a publisher.
But the review turns out to be abusive and harsh, which causes the business to pull out of the event that Ella is responsible for. She reveals that they had signed up for catering duties, and now they’re unwilling to return. So Curtis is bound to fill in as the new caterer accommodating 75 people with one day of preparation left. Calvin and C.J. lend a helping hand to a panicky Curtis while Malik storms in, expressing his newfound interest in philosophy. But he begins to lose his faith in God in the process which surprises both Ella and Lisa.
Hours before the event takes off, the catering group fails to assemble all the necessary items motivating Lisa to take charge of the situation. As it turns out, the restaurant calls back to resume their duties as the caterer because of Lisa’s last-minute decision to request them to come back. Malik gets inspired by Lisa’s unwavering faith in herself and her unborn baby, which ultimately inspires him to reclaim his belief in God.