The end if “Greenleaf” may not have begun as a triump finale to the 5 season series, but as it played on viewers’ nostalgia, you were reminded of how great it once was.
In the series finale, there are many tearful goodbyes, yet for many, it becomes clear it is time for a new start. Especially as their tasks and burdens have come to an end.
In the penultimate episode of the series, a lot of work is done to bring peace and the truth to the light of day. But at what cost?
As we venture towards the end, Yusef steps up, Rochelle threatens, and because James hates accountability, he pushes Mae to do a big reveal.
As we come upon Sunday, days before the Cavalry is destroyed, yet another familiar face returns. One known for causing trouble.
As James speaks to Tara and Mae to Kerissa, Charity confronts Judee and Phil, and it seems the entire Greenleaf family is truly walking by faith.
The reason AJ stole from that pharmacy and attempted to end his life is revealed, as Jacob continues to search for the truth with Tasha by his side.
With the tease of Mavis maybe returning and another familiar face from Jacob’s past, one way or another, “Greenleaf” plans to end swinging.
Old faces reappear, and some are dismissed in the premiere of Greenleaf’s final season.
Greenleaf’s fourth season pushes the idea that it should get one more season to wrap things up, and leave it at that.
In this post, you’ll find quotes from the OWN series Greenleaf, along with a few .gifs.
All seems lost. Which is a strange thing to say when it comes to a religious family like the Greenleafs. Yet, in the darkest hour, he shall arrive.
Between blackmail, backstabbers, someone getting fired, another resigning, and more, like Karine said, “This sure don’t feel like church.”
We learn, blood or not, petty runs deep in the Greenleaf family as does Phil using vulnerable women to try to get ahead.
Mae may have finally found a way to earn a prominent place in the church! However, with so many fools and backstabbers around her, is it too late?
Nearly everyone acts messy, stupid, or sets aside things they said in the past for some form of comfort in episode 6, “The Stranger.”
AJ presents himself as a possible lost cause as Kerissa shows her whole ass to Lady Mae. Also, Charity gets to know Phil and sees whether it is worth being on his side.
Bob and Grace begin to clash, so he checks her. However, he ain’t the only one checking people this episode.
Grace spends some time in Phoenix which allows Phil to make a move and Mae to learn why Calgary will never be hers. Also, Zora may have made a friend.
Grace and Noah’s son is introduced, as Jacob finds himself back in Cavalry drama and trying to work with an antsy Kerissa.
The season has barely begun, and the Greenleaf family ends up with their own personal Judas and the first sets of battles with Bob and his ambitious house negro.
The third season of Greenleaf seemingly is about resolving past issues in order to do a soft reset and ensure the show’s future.
The season comes to an end by having a soft reboot. One which allows a new threat to get every Greenleaf’s undivided attention.
It is said God always has a plan. One could argue all we’ve seen, especially in terms of Basie and Rochelle, was part of the Lord’s plan.
The s*** officially hits the fan and it is so much it may clog up the gears and stop everything people have long been working towards.
So many surprises jump out at us you’d think this episode of Greenleaf was a haunted house attraction.
With Greenleaf being an ensemble show, rarely does any character get an episode which hones in on just them. Making Keith David (James) taking on this one solo such a treat.
Zora deciding to leave leads to all hell breaking loose but with her dramatic exit, that might be the catalyst to the healing many need.
It seems like history is repeating itself on Greenleaf for some characters as others press on forward despite many an obstacle in their way.
As Sophia loses her faith, and Charity finds Iyanla Vanzant visiting her, James and Mae’s plans may have resulted in mutually assured destruction.
Nearly everything is going downhill for the Greenleaf family. Charity hits rock bottom, something huge happens with Sophia, and Tasha and Rochelle take additional steps in their plan.
There are many last-ditch efforts to salvage, sometimes, selfish plans, and when they don’t come through? Well, people get nasty.
It’s an episode of facing the inevitable on Greenleaf. Especially if your name is Mae or Charity who both get serious wake-up calls.
Lady Mae is put on the defensive and while she is getting hit every which way, she refuses to go down without a fight.
Greenleaf returns and with Mae and James’ relationship on the rocks, the foundation of the family is splintered and puts all on unsteady ground.
From the beginning, I’d like to believe Greenleaf has always been about how those in the pulpit aren’t necessarily holier than thou and in the season 2 finale, with a few exceptions, everyone gets a glimpse of their own personal hell.
Faith, money, morals, and understanding. Four words which are the themes as temptation lurks about and few can say they are truly holier than thou on Greenleaf.
What Basie Skanks started, bringing up homosexuals during that church meeting, comes to a head as Lionel and Aaron come to Cavalry and dig up old and new skeletons.
Guilt and insecurities are the focus of this episode. Especially as people expose their soft under belly to those who can, or have, hurt them the most. More on that below.