As Nova comes to terms with what she did, and tries to atone, Darla struggles in isolation. Also, the men challenge themselves to open up to one another.

Director(s) C. Fitz
Writer(s) Lisa Morales
Air Date 8/14/2019
Introduced This Episode
Miss Martha Carol Sutton

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Oh Mother, Mother Of Mine: Miss Martha, Nova, Darla, Ralph Angel, Blue, Leo

After the reveal that someone from her mother’s side is still alive, Nova ventures to meet Martha who is very similar to her mother Trudy. She is a healer, specifically trained in Haiti and throughout Africa, and she, like Nova currently, is a bit of a Black sheep. One who was disowned by her father, for following the family tradition, for the women, of becoming a healer and since the time Trudy gave birth to Nova, she has not necessarily been in hiding but hasn’t pursued reconnecting with her family – The Lavoisier.

But, alongside talking about herself, giving some of her history, Miss Martha gives us an idea of Trudy as well. One, she was the type to do things her own way, a euphemism for noting she is stubborn, and that despite Nova thinking her birth was by accident, and altered Trudy’s life for the worst, that isn’t the case. Trudy operated on the idea things happened for a reason and was very happy being a mom. As we know, being a wife was a whole different matter, but motherhood agreed with her.

Miss Martha (Carol Sutton) and Nova speaking at Miss Martha's house.
Miss Martha (Carol Sutton) and Nova

The same might be a little difficult to say when it comes to Darla. As we’ve seen, while Ralph Angel is moving on, and having an easy time doing so, Darla is struggling. Leo isn’t like Deesha, as a boyfriend, and with Deesha’s daughter friends with Blue, it is making it so she is integrating and Darla has a problem with that. Not because she doesn’t know Deesha but one would submit, while she knows Blue loves her, and she can’t be replaced, there is that struggle of not being able to provide him with the same family vibe Ralph Angel can. Never mind, with her parents not around, and Leo pushing her away since he thinks she is going to relapse, she feels isolated. Hence her looking at a bottle of whiskey for a possible source of comfort since, let’s face it, Ralph Angel might be kind but his family has long made it clear they don’t want her. From Nova with the book, Charley abruptly firing Darla at the mill, to Aunt Vi being who she always is.

Not All Boys Become Men: Micah, Keke, Ralph Angel, Hollywood, Aunt Vi

Toxic masculinity is brought up in the form of Aunt Vi noting that Hollywood’s aggression triggered her. You see, her ex, Jimmy Dale, he wasn’t always violent. However, the first act was against a man trying to talk to Violet and from there it went from him being insecure about other men talking to his woman to him beating on her for various reasons. This shakes Hollywood a bit, especially as he speaks to his boys and they reinforce the idea that he did the right thing – in a “Protect your property” type of way.

This pushes Hollywood to think maybe he should have handled things differently. Be it talking to Jimmy more, or not walloping on him. And the whole idea of talking to Jimmy pushes him to realize that, outside of Vi, he doesn’t have real conversations. That is, something beyond sports and about how he is feeling, what is going on in his life. For example, he tries to talk to Ralph Angel, whose program is ending indefinitely, and doesn’t know really how to comfort him besides asking him to hangout and drink.

Luckily, it seems the next generation might be doing better. Micah, for example, is saying all Keke needs to hear about him being her first everything and Micah decides to go to Ralph Angel about some of his anxieties. Not because he is a virgin, since that isn’t the case. But, even though Ralph Angel and Micah had their issues, at the same time he is one of the closest people to his age and a good male figure. So they hash it out, help Micah deal with his anxiety over loving Keke and being her first, and Micah seems better about his feelings in the long run.

Gather Together & Share The Burden Evenly: Prosper, Charley, Nova, Micah

Charley is going through it. Something that has been said many times before, but now it is serious. She drives out to New Orleans and decides she is going to drink to get drunk – never mind the idea of taking the edge off. This worries some people, like Prosper and Micah, since she just abandons her other duties. So, despite how their relationship currently is, Nova is called to pickup Charley and they hash things out.

Mind you, not in a drunken argument but Nova admits that she pretty much wrote the book selfishly. I’d submit the idea was maybe healing herself if not freeing herself from all these secrets she was holding that felt like they were weighing her down. That is, rather than doing that for her family or Darla. Which, once admitted, doesn’t make things better but when Nova goes to a party Prosper has thrown, to try to lift Charley’s spirit, Nova comes and while things are slightly awkward, it isn’t like she is run off on sight. She is allowed to stay and participate in lifting Charley up both spiritually and as a local leader.

Ralph Angel, Charley, and Nova at a party for Charley.

Question(s) Left Unanswered

  1. What led to Miss Martha no longer being involved in Nova’s life if she used to rip and run in her yard?

Collected Quote(s) & .Gifs

Things don’t go away just because you ignore them.
— Aunt Vi



Micah and Ralph Angel’s Relationship

As noted, Micah and Ralph Angel have been cool, but after Micah got a little rough with Blue, it seemed Micah kept his distance. So him going to Ralph Angel about Keke and that situation, it showed that things are changing. That, while Hollywood may not have relationships which push a deeper understanding between two men, a sense of support, Micah and Ralph Angel do have that kind of relationship and there is hope for that next generation. Heck, maybe that Ernest, before his passing, instilled that in Ralph Angel or, through his interactions with Darla, his sisters, or Deesha, maybe Blue, Ralph Angel picked up these skills.

Miss Martha and Nova

Trudy is a character we’ve rarely seen and only hear about a few times per season. Usually in passing, but never really in depth. Until Miss Martha, we were led to assume Ernest was her all so meeting Miss Martha, hearing more about Trudy, and Trudy’s family history was quite the treat. But, I will admit, I hope this may eventually lead to a flashback since it still doesn’t feel like enough.

Hollywood Recognizing His Toxic Masculinity

Generally speaking, Hollywood is a good man. He is a provider, integrated well with Aunt Vi’s family and when it came to his ex-wife, until a certain point, he was taking care of her long after they were no longer intimate. However, this doesn’t mean there aren’t area to improve and that was a really important aspect of this episode. Showing that even good men have areas they can be better. For Hollywood, it was his communication skills beyond Vi.

After all, while he isn’t that much older than Ralph Angel, with Ernest gone, Hollywood fits an older brother if not paternal figure. One who is in a good relationship, works hard, and he needs to be able to talk to Ralph Angel and guide him. It comes with being in such a tight knit family. So with him picking up on how he can approve, noting how he could have handled Jimmy Dale differently, it sets an example, similar to Aunt Vi being spry and as nasty as she wants, that no matter your age, or how good of a person you seem or are, there is room for improvement and things to do.

Nova and Charley

The sisters are definitely not past what Nova written. However, I think Nova’s chat with Miss Martha revealed to us that perhaps to be the healer she was meant to be, she had to heal herself first. She had to rid herself of the darkness and secrets of others, and while she cut her family and associates open, as we’ve seen, that was necessary. Each one needs surgery and while Nova hasn’t finished her job, it seems now no member of her family can ignore their ills and Nova might finally be at a place to assist in their healing. Basically answering the call Miss Martha believes she has.

Which, when it comes to Charley, is necessary for if she is going to be a community leader, that means taking on the ills and pains of the community. She is one of the leaders and she can’t keep her sins buried and avoid them. Charley has to town up to them, present them as lessons, and be a symbol of how a person grows once they know better. Something for Nova which can only really be taught, shown how to heal from, once you’ve gone through that, experience isolation, and came out standing stronger than ever.

On The Fence

Darla Clearly On Her Way To A Relapse

Darla smelling a bottle of Whiskey.

On the one hand, Darla having a relapse would allow her to be fallible in ways she hasn’t been afforded to be thus far. Especially for she has been this shining example of recovery. Which, while nice, doesn’t make her seem human. However, with having a relapse allows her to be an example of not just recovery but also the stumble.

Not to say I want her to go deep into Star territory and head back to that direction. But, one of the things Queen Sugar specializes in is illuminating stories, particularly those of African-Americans which don’t see the light of day often. At least on a platform such as this.

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Queen Sugar - Episode List

Season/ EpisodeSynopsisEpisode InformationTopics & Focused Characters
Season 4, Episode 13 “I Am” [Season Finale]In the season finale for Queen Sugar, while many find peace, unfortunately for Charley, it seems she just keeps swapping who she is at war with.
Director(s) Ayoka Chenzira
Writer(s) Anthony Sparks
Air Date 9/11/2019
Introduced This Episode
Parker Amirah Vann
  • Something From Our Past | Nova, Ralph Angel
  • A Love Renewed | Ralph Angel, Nova, Darla, Calvin
  • I Am My Father’s Daughter | Aunt Vi, Frances, Parker, Charley, Sam
Season 4, Episode 12 “Here”

Just a Nova seems to be recovering her place in the family, Charley might be ready to cut them all off.


Pratibha Parmar


Anthony Sparks, Alison McKenzie

Air Date


Introduced This Episode


Kei'Undrea Turner

  • Let’s Not Repeat The Mistakes Of The Past: Darla, Nova, Aunt Vi, Blue, Ralph Angel
  • Destroying The Path I Laid Down: Aunt Vi, Jimmy Dale, Nova, Layla
  • If It Isn’t One Thing, It’s Another: Charley, Micah, Keke, Aunt Vi, Nova, Prosper, Frances
Season 4, Episode 11 “I’m Sorry”As a rainstorm sweeps through St. Jo, many find themselves with someone who forces them to slow down and think about their future.
Director(s) Stacey Muhammad
Writer(s) Valerie C. Woods, Mike Flynn
Air Date 8/28/2019
  • A Prom Night To Remember: Micah, Keke, Asha
  • I Should Be With The One I Love: Deesha, Ralph Angel, Darla
  • A Change Gon’ Come: Nova, Calvin, Hollywood, Aunt Vi, Charley, Jacob
Season 4, Episode 10 “Oh Mamere”The night Blue was conceived is talked about, as well as many past trauma that still shakes characters to the core.
Director(s) Cheryl Dunye
Writer(s) Chloé Hung, Felicia Pride
Air Date 8/21/2019
Introduced This Episode
Jordan Amanda Tavarez
  • Charley, Nova, Aunt Vi | Hurt People Hurt People
  • Micah, Blue, Prosper, Ralph Angel, Hollywood | Boys & Men
  • Jordan, Darla, Aunt Vi, Ralph Angel | Darla Talks About The Night She Conceived Blue
Season 4, Episode 9 “Stare At The Same Fires”As Nova comes to terms with what she did, and tries to atone, Darla struggles in isolation. Also, the men challenge themselves to open up to one another.
Director(s) C. Fitz
Writer(s) Lisa Morales
Air Date 8/14/2019
Introduced This Episode
Miss Martha Carol Sutton
  • Oh Mother, Mother Of Mine: Miss Martha, Nova, Darla, Ralph Angel, Blue, Leo
  • Not All Boys Become Men: Micah, Keke, Ralph Angel, Hollywood, Aunt Vi
  • Gather Together & Share The Burden Evenly: Prosper, Charley, Nova, Micah
Season 4, Episode 8 “All The Borders”When it rains, it pours, and while it seems some may have learned to swim, others may pass out from the struggle and drown.
Director(s) Deborah Kampmeier
Writer(s) Valerie C. Woods, Chloé Hung
Air Date 8/7/2019
  • Deesha, Darla, and The Review Board: Ralph Angel, Deesha, Darla
  • The Demon Formerly Known As Frances And Calling In Old Favors: Frances, Charley, Sam, Aunt Vi, Hollywood, Nova, Ralph Angel
  • The Past Is A Struggle With or Without You: Darla, Deesha, Ralph Angel, Romero, Charley, Micah, Keke, Calvin, Nova, Aunt Vi
Season 4, Episode 7 “Of Several Centuries”As the dust begins to settle from Nova’s book, the Landry and Bourdeux family decide to hurt destroy what the Bordelon family has built. Either physically or its bonds.
Director(s) Tchaiko Omawale
Writer(s) Anthony Sparks
Air Date 7/31/2019
  • The Ghost Of My Past Continues To Haunt Me:Leo, Darla, Nova, Calvin
  • Learning To Be Strong On My Own: Aunt Vi
  • And It All Falls Down: Ralph Angel, Charley, Deesha, Jacob
Season 4, Episode 6 "By The Spit"While some are making strides recovering from Nova’s book, Aunt Vi begins to really feel the effects and Nova, herself, is dealing with the dark side of her new success.
Director(s) Bola Ogun
Writer(s) Felicia Pride
Air Date 7/24/2019
Introduced This Episode
Pastor Angel Martinez Armando Leduc
Lady Genevieve Ginnie Randall
  • Recovery Is A Slow Process: Aunt Vi, Ralph Angel, Blue, Darla, Hollywood
  • What Fed You Once Can Bite You Later: Nova, Octavia
  • Your Focus Can’t Only Be On The Opposition, But Those You Have To Win Over: Romero, Pastor Martinez, Charley
Season 4, Episode 5 “Face Speckled”Nova’s book continues to devastate her family and extended family. But, we also learn of someone who was omitted who takes offense to the book.
Season 4, Episode 4 “Skin Transparent”On the eve of Nova’s book release, another secret comes out, and Darla confronts Nova about bringing her narrative to her story.
Season 4, Episode 1 “Pleasure Is Black” [Season Premiere]Despite being warned, Nova went full steam ahead with her book, and we only get a taste of the fallout this episode.
Season 4, Episode 2 “I No Longer Imagine”As more people read Nova’s book, we learn it comes just on the cusp of the storm ending for some and one colossal storm on its way.
Season 4, Episode 3 “Where My Body Stops Or Begins”As the drama Nova brought to everyone’s life continues to ramp up, Charley is faced with issues with the Landry family and Micah.

Season 1/ Episode 4 "The Darker Sooner"

Ralph Angel takes a back seat as the focus is on Charley’s business acumen and Nova’s journalism.

Season 1/ Episode 5 "By Any Means"

So it seems, the past familiarity of storylines was just to draw you in, get you comfortable and settled, and while there isn’t some huge surprise or shock in “By Any Chance”, there are veers to paths perhaps not surely expected.

Season 1/ Episode 6 "As Promised"

Perception is everything. It is what allows a person to trust another and it determines how we are going to handle another person. Especially when it comes to our secrets, as well as our time. Yet looks can be deceiving so even at our best mistakes can be made. As seen in this episode.

Season 1/ Episode 3 "Thy Will Be Done"

Everyone grieves differently and the pain isn’t consistent. There are good days and bad days, but it is the things left behind which matter most. So when those things are being ravaged through or taken from you, naturally it can lead to you being left a bit messed up. Which with what everyone is grieving, be it Ernest or their marriage, it seems there is always but one straw before the camel’s back ends up broke.

Season 1/ Episode 2 “Evergreen”

Family. Be it by bonds created by blood or choices we made, it gets complicated. But no matter the bond it always takes two or more to maintain that connection and keep it beneficial. Which can be hard when ego, our own inability to communicate, and distrust gets in the way.

Season 1/ Episode 1 “First Things First”

OWN is a slept on channel. Granted, starting things off with a slew of Tyler Perry productions didn’t begin its scripted foray with the best reputation. However, since branching out to different visionaries OWN arguably has gained the type of programming you’d have expected the decades old BET to have had years ago. So with their newest addition, Queen Sugar, arguably Oprah Winfrey and her team have created a solid launch pad for new talent, seasoned talent who deserve steady work, and those in between who may be familiar faces but never got the roles they deserved.

Season 1/ Episode 7 "In No Uncertain Terms"

Freedom lies across the field of the difficult conversation. And the more difficult the conversation, the greater the freedom.
—  “Chapter 11: Yes to No, Yes to Difficult Conversations.” Year of Yes

Season 1/ Episode 8 "Where With All"

A storm comes to the area and forces everyone to Aunt Vi’s house, included some people Aunt Vi would never willingly invite in. No matter how strong the storm is.

Season 1/ Episode 9 "Next to Nothing"

The storm has passed and with that comes a calm. Not a calm before the storm because this show isn’t about such things. It’s the type of calm which is healing. For while there are uprooted trees and fallen branches, yeah there maybe some tears. But in rebuilding, you are reminded of who is there for you through thick and thin, and not just family either.

Season 1/ Episode 10 "So Far"

There are quite a few setbacks, for everyone, in this episode, but there is always one person who creates some sort of silver lining. In that person, there is hope.

Season 1/ Episode 11 "All Good"

The importance of a connection with another human being, especially one which is dependable and trying to do right by you, is such a beautiful and strengthening thing. Though it isn’t always stable and with that comes fear.

Season 1/ Episode 12 "Far Too Long"

Almost everyone is trying to prove something to themselves or others. Either proving they can move on, triumph over adversity, or that they deserve to be loved.

Season 1/ Episode 13 "Give Us This Day"

Charley’s various manipulations are tested, as Nova learns of the complications which will come dating Calvin again and Ralph Angel looks for some respect from Charley.

Season 2/ Episode 1 “After The Winter”

One of the hardly arguable highlights of Black media returns. And, as always, you find yourself smiling because of the family dynamics, crying tears over certain struggles they have, and end up triggered as well. To say the least, Queen Sugar remains an emotional roller coaster ride that as soon as it is over, you want to get right back on.

Season 2/ Episode 2 “To Usward”

Grieving isn’t something just for the dead. A loss of innocence, relationships, these are worth mourning over. But from the dead, the richness of once was life, blooms something new. Something we see quite a bit of in “To Usward.”

Season 2/ Episode 3 “What Do I Care For Morning”

“What Do I Care For Morning” is an episode of growth and recognizing the needs of another person. Be it Charley recognizing the needs of Davis or Ralph Angel to be a role model in their son’s lives. Perhaps recognizing the greatness and intellect in another person as Nova does. If not something as simple as Hollywood recognizing the type of woman he has in Aunt Vi and that he needs more of the loving she gives.

Season 2/ Episode 4 “My Soul’s High Song”

What is the dream? Who or what inspired it? How can you obtain it? In “My Soul’s High Song” the focus is on what makes a person feel happy or whole. Especially in times when you aren’t necessarily thriving but surviving. Sometimes due to compromise.

Season 2/ Episode 5 “Caroling Dusk”

Investing in something bigger than yourself is the main focus in episode 5 “Caroling Dusk.” Be it investing in your kids and making sure they know you, know that you will consistently be there, or investing in someone else. Trying to make it so, in the long run, you can say you did more than became a success and can show it through property or a bank account. For the true success is perhaps the people you lifted up as you were climbing to the top and reached it.

Season 2/ Episode 6 “Line of our Elders”

If I may sort of rant, I really don’t understand how and why this show doesn’t get major accolade notoriety. For while, I get, as a Black person, we should uphold the NAACP awards, maybe BET awards, and all that, it isn’t like all of your peers recognizing you, you know? Plus, with this argument amongst entertainers, and something I bring up in reviews at times, where they don’t want to be pigeonholed because of their race/culture, it makes our award shows nice but still limited.

But, in the long run, all that truly matters is that whenever this show wraps for a season, or as a series, everyone doesn’t have a gap in employment. For that is truly what matters in the long run.

So, with that said, let’s talk about Episode 6 “Line of our Elders” and how this show consistently makes you cry.

Season 2/ Episode 7 “I Know My Soul”

With the rich characters we have been given on Queen Sugar, naturally, there is this desire to know of their past. To maybe get an episode featuring them as kids, teens, young adults. Get to see their interactions with their parents at those ages, and perhaps even Aunt Vi. However, that may not be as necessary as it once was. For in “I Know My Soul,” the complicated relationship both Nova and Charley have with Ernest and Ra is dug into, alongside how Aunt Vi has played, at least for Charley, a role in it. Thus helping us understand the complexities of this family.

Season 2/ Episode 8 “Freedom’s Plow”

The midseason finale deals with all the fallout for what has happened since the season began. Be it where Remy and Charley stand, with what happened to Micah, alongside Ralph Angel’s big reveal and how he handled it.

Season 2/ Episode 9 “Yet Do I Marvel”

Based off what was seen, and the little synopsis on Wikipedia, it seems the focus for 2B is going to primarily be family. For this episode, it is Charley’s mother Lorna joining the series and us being prepped for Darla’s parents.

Season 2/ Episode 10 “Drums at Dusk”

Love is in the air for Nova and Micah but sadly, as sweet as things are going for them, the opposite is true for Ralph Angel and Darla.

Season 2/ Episode 11 “Fruit of the Flower”

Everything you knew about Lorna and Ernest’s relationship seemingly is completely wrong and that seems to change everything for Nova. Alongside that, Remy playing a paternal figure changes things for Ralph Angel and Darla.

Season 2/ Episode 12 “Live in the All Along”

As one door closes, and another gets locked, it makes the few happy relationships that remain a welcome focus.

Season 2/ Episode 13 “Heritage”

Darla’s parents come about and like when Lorna came to Louisiana, we are led to believe everything we were told is not true.

Director(s) Liesl Tommy
Writer(s) Monica Macer & Davita Scarlett
Notable Guest Stars
Darlene Michael Michele
Quincy Roger Guenveur Smith

Season 2/ Episode 14 “On These I Stand”

As Darla and Aunt Vi deal with the revealing of their secrets, Nova and Charley find themselves having to really think about the next step of their careers.

Director(s) Christina Voros
Writer(s) Jason Wilborn & Anthony Sparks
Characters Introduced
Mother Brown Beverly Todd
Mia Naomi Mack
Rid Dominic “Tax” Alexander
Martin Shawn Parsons

Season 2/ Episode 15 “Copper Sun”

Nearly everything goes to hell. The Mill is in trouble, due to slander, the Blue paternity situation rocks everyone and, even Micah is in trouble.

Director(s) DeMane Davis
Writer(s) Monica Macer & Dana Greenblatt
Characters Introduced
Lizy Danielle Lyn

Season 2/ Episode 16 “Dream Variations”

Do not expect resolutions to any of your pressing questions in the season 2 finale of Queen Sugar. Hold onto them until season 3, unfortunately.

Director(s) Kat Candler
Writer(s) Ava Duverney

Season 3/ Episode 1 “A Rock, A River, A Tree”

Queen Sugar returns with Charley laying out her plan, Blue’s paternity results in, Nova making major moves, and Blue starting to act up a little bit.

Season 3/ Episode 2 “Of Their Sojourn Here”

Nova and Aunt Vi find strength and inspiration through each other as Charley takes note of Micah’s personal needs than she wants for him.

Season 3/ Episode 3 “Your Distant Destiny”

As Nova reminds us how tactless she can sometimes be, Ralph Angel decides to put his son before tryst and Micah adjusts to the changes in his life.

Season 3/ Episode 4 “No Haven in My Shadow”

As we come up on a year since we joined the story of the Bordelon family, as much as there is growth there remains secrets to reveal.

Season 3/ Episode 5 “A Little Lower Than Angels”

The writers of Queen Sugar have seemingly decided to provide many gifts with a few poisoned apples in a slightly polarizing episode.

Season 3/ Episode 6 “Delicate and Strangely Made”

Giving yourself permission to be happy is the first step and then asking, or taking it the second, as seen in this episode.

Season 3/ Episode 7 “Study War No More”

The focus of the episode is figuring out what you want and what compromises you may have to make to get it. If not tough conversation so people understand why you want something.

Season 3/ Episode 8 “Come, Clad in Peace”

After long struggling on their own, many begin accepting and asking for help. Thus showing how far some characters have come.

Season 3/ Episode 9 “The Tree and the Stone Were One”

Trust is a major focus as many become shocked by what is asked of them, whether understandable or just a Grade-A insult.

Season 3/ Episode 10 “Here Beside the River”

The nuclear button gets tapped a few times and while it’s mostly by Vi, it isn’t like she wasn’t provoked.

Season 3/ Episode 11 “Your Passages Have Been Paid”

As Micah’s decision makes the pending jail vote all the much more pertinent, Darla and Nova are forced to also be accountable for their actions.

Season 3/ Episode 12 “The Horizon Leans Forward”

While we get some semblance of a silver lining, Queen Sugar remains unrelenting. No matter how hopeful each episode’s title is. 

Season 3/ Episode 13 “From On The Pulse Of Morning”

The season finale of Queen Sugar gives you all you could want and more, making it seem like the clouds are gone and the storm might be over – for now.

Darla Clearly On Her Way To A Relapse - 79%
Nova and Charley - 84%
Hollywood Recognizing His Toxic Masculinity - 85%
Miss Martha and Nova - 86%
Micah and Ralph Angel’s Relationship - 87%


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