‘The Chi’ Season 3 Finale Recap — Plus All the Music Featured in ‘A Couple, Two, Three’

[SPOILER ALERT: Spoilers ahead for The Chi Season 3 finale.]

In The Chi Season 3 Episode 10, Jake found out if his older brother or Otis “Douda” Perry would have full custody of him. Additionally, Tiffany and Emmett married while Kiesha struggled to figure out what she wanted to do with her pregnancy. Here’s what happened in the finale, including all the songs featured in “A Couple, Two, Three.”

Creator/Executive producer Lena Waithe attends Showtime's The Chi For Your Consideration at Silver Screen Theater
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Trig and Douda went to court for custody of Jake in ‘The Chi’ Season 3 finale

Even though Trig (Luke James) and Jake (Michael Epps) gave the incriminating evidence on Otis “Douda” Perry (Curtiss Cook) to his rival, Camille Hallaway (Lena Waithe), she refused to use the information.

The pizza parlor owner later chose not to show up to the court hearing for Jake, giving the older brother full custody. After Camille announced her withdrawal from the campaign to her staff, Douda realized he could have more control over the brothers than if Jake lived with him.

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Therefore, he visited Trig and appointed the former gang-banger to run the 63rd Street Mob while Douda ran the city as mayor. The crooked businessman claimed he would promote his head of security to the police chief so Trig could run the gang without inference from the law.

Additionally, Douda promised to continue paying for Jake’s private school education. Even though he initially planned on leaving town after regaining custody of his little brother, Trig accepted the offer.

Maisha and Papa go public; Tiffany and Emmett marry

The police apprehended Papa’s father (Tory O. Davis) immediately following Ronnie’s (Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine) funeral for money laundering.

Not wanting to go to jail, the pastor presumably snitched to get out quickly. He attempted to smooth things over with his son, but Papa (Shamon Brown Jr.) wanted answers.

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As the teenager struggled with understanding what to do next, his girlfriend Maisha (Genesis Denise Hale) supported him. She also announced she wanted to go public with their relationship.

Tiffany (Hannaha Hall) and Emmett (Jacob Latimore) also took the next step in their relationship as they went ahead with the marriage. The married couple plans on getting their own apartment as they can finally save money with both of their jobs.

Kiesha unsure if she wants to keep the baby

Last episode, Kiesha (Birgundi Baker) realized she was pregnant and didn’t know what to do. Therefore, her mother asked Jada (Yolanda Ross) to come over and speak to the teenager.

After their conversation, Jada realized she should talk to Tiffany, who chose to terminate her second pregnancy as she didn’t think she could provide for two kids.

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Kiesha then went to the doctor’s office and admitted she didn’t think she could follow through with the termination. After Kevin (Alex R. Hibbert) and Jemma (Judae’a) lost their virginity, he came home and found his sister crying with their mothers supporting the teenager.

The track star revealed she was pregnant with her abductor’s child, and Kevin immediately told her that she shouldn’t keep the baby. However, Kiesha still isn’t sure what she’ll do as she thinks the pregnancy might have happened for a reason.

Songs in ‘The Chi’ Season 3 finale

Callie Day – “Hear My Prayer”
-Sung at Ronnie’s funeral

BIA – “Whip It”
-Played during Tiffany’s bachelorette party

DeCarlo – “Need That”
-Played as Tiffany and Emmett married

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Wale – “Sue Me”
-Closes the episode

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