In episode 8 of ‘House of Payne’ season 10, Calvin becomes a victim of blatant racism shown by a woman he refers to as Karen. Out of frustration, he publicizes a crucial piece of information about her that weighs him down towards the end. Ella is particularly disappointed at her son for having acted recklessly. For a better idea of the events that shape the latest episode, you can dive into the recap. Moving on, here are a few details about ‘House of Payne’ season 10 episode 9 that you might be interested to know about!
House of Payne Season 10 Episode 9 Release Date
‘House of Payne’ season 10 episode 9 might premiere on July 20, 2021, at 9 pm ET on BET. New episodes usually drop on the channel on Tuesdays, and every episode has a runtime of 20-23 minutes.
Where to Watch House of Payne Season 10 Episode 9 Online?
To watch ‘House of Payne’ season 10 episode 9, you can tune in to BET on your cable TV at the aforementioned date and time. Fans looking for options online can visit BET’s official website or BET+ (with a subscription) and watch the episode there. Live-streaming options are available on DirecTV, Sling TV, Philo TV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV. In addition, the episodes can be bought or rented on VOD services like iTunes and Apple TV. Amazon Prime Video users can add the BET+ package for $9.99/month after trial and watch the show here.
House of Payne Season 10 Episode 9 Spoilers
‘House of Payne’ is known for capturing day-to-day incidents and turning them into valuable life lessons founded on compassion, emotional wisdom, and political awareness. Like the previous episode, the next one will also feature a new story centering around Ella and her problematic but adorable family as they deal with life and people in general.
House of Payne Season 10 Episode 8 Recap
The eighth episode of ‘House of Payne’ season 10 is titled ‘Karen.’ In the episode, Calvin is falsely accused of stealing car tags by a White woman, and as soon as he reaches home, he narrates the entire story to Ella and Floyd. He states that he bumped into Karen, a name that he uses instead of her real identity. The incident finds its way into social media, and very soon, Calvin’s feed is crowded with hate comments. He even gets suspended from work which makes him act out in anger. He then takes a picture of Karen in front of her house and posts it along with a caption containing the names of all the Black men she has ever targeted.
Calvin’s story gets a lot of attention and even comes to the notice of Lafayette Banks, a strong candidate running for City Council. If he wins the election, he resolves to fight for all the Black men who’ve been victims of racism. The man also turns out to be acquainted with C.J., who charges into the room asking Malik and Lisa if they want to run an advertisement campaign for his cause. Lisa immediately jumps at the idea of appearing on TV, whereas Malik is skeptical about getting involved in politics. He later runs a background check that reveals undesirable facts about Lafayette, although they end up being false in the end.
Moreover, the powerful statement made by the politician on TV convinces Malik to root for him and become more active in politics. Elsewhere, Ella is mad at Calvin for thoughtlessly exposing Karen’s home to the media, after which a group of teenagers vandalizes her area. He ultimately realizes his mistake and records a video, where he expresses his opinion on the incident before posting it online instead of berating the woman for framing him.