‘The Chi’ Season 3 Episode 6 Recap — Plus All the Music Featured in ‘Woo Woo Woo’
In The Chi Season 3 Episode 6, titled “Woo Woo Woo,” Keisha deals with the consequences after she attempted to escape. Additionally, Kevin’s friends and family try to help him celebrate his birthday, even though he can’t stop thinking about his missing sister.
[SPOILER ALERT: This article contains spoilers from The Chi Season 3 Episode 6.]
Emmett tries to become Tiffany’s manager
Because Sonny (Cedric Young) fired Emmett (Jacob Latimore) after his barbeque during the blackout, the young father followed Tiffany (Hannaha Hall) around on her marijuana deliveries. She got into an exclusive place to buy more merchandise, and Emmett caused problems by asking for a discount.
However, Brandon’s cousin (Chris Lee), who owned the establishment, sat down with the couple and agreed to give her an overall deduction on her purchases. They two then went to deliver to a customer with cancer who works as a psychic.
She didn’t have enough money for the product, so she gave the couple a free reading in exchange for it. The woman claimed there are “hungry forces” that will test their relationship and implied that Emmett couldn’t be faithful.
Otis ‘Douda’ mother’s endorsed his opponent
Opal (Juanita Jennings), Douda’s (Curtiss Cook) mother, made a television appearance slamming her son, insisting he only cared about money, not the community. Additionally, she publicly endorsed his opponent, Camille Hallaway (Lena Waithe), for mayor.
Douda and Roselyn (Kandi Burruss) angrily watched, but the businessman didn’t want to respond as he believed it would pass. He also warned his wife to leave it alone. However, Roselyn met with his mother anyways and paid Opal $20,000 to stop talking to the press.
The mother quickly took the cash and signed the non-disclosure agreement. She also admitted she called his opponent because they’re both “cold-hearted b*tches” and would rather have Camille run the city than her own son.
The pizza parlor owner came home, upset the women met behind his back. He decided to go public about his mother having a mental illness and used it as a platform for his campaign.
Douda also played a damning voice note of Camille proudly stating she visits low-income churches because she thinks if they believe in God, they’ll believe anything.
Everyone throws Kevin a surprise party
Even though Keisha (Birgundi Baker) is still missing, Kevin’s (Alex R. Hibbert) friends and families wanted him to have a happy birthday, so they planned a surprise party. While Papa (Shamon Brown Jr.) and Maisha (Genesis Denise Hale) waited in line to pick the cake up, he admitted he wanted to go public with their relationship.
However, she preferred to keep it “low profile” because she didn’t want people to comment on it. After picking up the cake that misspelled Kevin’s name, Papa attempted to hold his lady’s hand again, and he dropped the dessert.
As they hung out, Jake (Michael Epps) met up with Trig (Luke James), who wanted to know where Reggie (Barton Fitpatrick) hid his emergency money stash. After they seemingly hashed out their problems, the two broke into their old apartment, looking for the money.
He eventually found it and then beat up Douda’s worker, who followed the brothers all day. Trig revealed the pizza parlor owner killed their brother using a rival gang and told Jake he had to choose between Douda or him.
Kevin went roller skating with Jemma (Judae’a) but became irritated when other girls were talking about his missing sister. After giving him an iPad, his new girlfriend admitted she’s why people knew about his situation because she asked her mother for advice.
Her speaking about it upset him, and he angrily left. However, his surprise party cheered him up.
Ronnie almost found Keisha
Now chained to a bed, Keisha made a birthday card for her little brother. When Omari (Cedric Mays) came home, he began brushing her hair, but Ronnie (Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine) knocking on the door, interrupting them.
The homeless man admitted he heard screams the other night and asked to use his restroom. The kidnapper reluctantly agreed, and Keisha started yelling for help as soon as she heard another person. However, boiling water drowned out her screams, and Ronnie left.
Omari explained to Keisha that she, specifically her hair, reminded him of his first crush, a girl named Sophia. According to the kidnapper, he liked Sophia, but she rejected him for a football player.
She ended up getting pregnant young and had to go on welfare, and he wanted to “save” Keisha because she couldn’t help his first love. He later allowed her to call her brother but muted the phone so she could only hear his voice.
Additionally, Ronnie took his grandmother to a jazz club she used to own that now operates as a strip club. After telling everyone stories about the place, Miss Ethel (LaDonna Tittle) went back home, where she passed away after Ronnie tucked her into bed.
‘The Chi’ Season 3 Episode 6 music
“Get Up” by Cor.Ece
-Plays while Emmett and Tiffany are in the weed shop
“Swing My Way” by K.P. & Envy
-Plays while at the skating rink
“Nothing Without You” by Josiah Bell
-Plays while Papa and Maisha hold hands
“Love Someone” by Breana Martin
-Plays Kevin and Jemma are at the café
All of these songs are available on YouTube and Spotify. The Chi airs Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on Showtime.