Episode 9 of The Oval Season 3 was one of the better episodes of season three so far, As Alan prepares to pound Eli’s head with a baseball bat, the First Lady calls to say she wants to see. Alan, on the other hand, has mixed sentiments, and the First Lady uses his mother to blackmail him. Eli later persuades Alan after a tense debate, but he dies with blood all over the place. After watching this episode, now Fans are already anticipating The Oval Season 3 Episode 10, You may see a synopsis and promo of the episode at www.tvacute.com, which will help you better comprehend the show. Tonight, Lilly and Donald exchange some choice words, the VP attempts to expose Hunter, and there is so much more drama brewing on.
BET’s political drama The Oval Season 3.10: Donald is done pretending with Lilly, and when she doesn’t give him the intel he asks for about Bobby, Donald unleashes a command he can’t take back.
Why isn't it Tuesday yet? 😩
— Tyler Perry's THE OVAL (@TheOvalOnBET) December 14, 2021
The Oval Season 3 Episode 10 Release Date & Time
The Oval Season 3 Episode 10 titled “Glove Up” will be released on December 14, 2021, at 9/8c On Bet. Where to Watch The Oval Season 3 Episode 14 Online? The Oval episodes are available for viewing on BET. You can also view the episode via the official BET website if you miss it during airtime. The Oval can also be viewed on Apple TV and YouTube TV. The Oval can be viewed free of charge. To do this, users must log in to their cable operator’s website. These websites include FuboTV and PhiloTV as well as Sling, Xfinity Stream, and DirecTV. You can also rent or buy episodes if you are unable to access the streaming sites for The Oval. You can do this through VUDU, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and iTunes as well as the Microsoft Store.
The Oval Season 3 Episode 9 Recap
As Alan prepares to pound Eli’s head with a baseball bat, the First Lady calls to say she wants to see. Alan, on the other hand, has mixed sentiments, and the First Lady uses his mother to blackmail him. Eli later persuades Alan after a tense debate, but he dies with blood all over the place. We don’t see who murders her, though. Why was the woman shot by a sniper if Alan was going to execute it on FLOTUS’ orders? However, it turns out that her death was ruled a gang-related incident due to a stray bullet by the cops later. Weird. Bobby and Max are a couple. The Vice President released Bobby and Max and set them up as a gay couple in a posh hotel. Throughout the episode, they have hilarious banter about who sleeps in the bed.
Max and Bobby, on the other hand, are terrified. When someone knocks on the door, they compete to see who will open it. And the person on the other end of the line is the Vice President, who has a plan to bring the President down. The pair, on the other hand, has a great deal of mistrust for him. Kyle and Sam are inspecting the security cameras, but they’re doing a terrible job. For a time, Sam believes Donald is on to them. Why? Kyle is on the lookout for Bobby. Bobby, he believes, is still in the White House. Which makes you wonder if this is a case of sloppy scriptwriting. Is this the most inept Secret Service in the history of the United States? How come so many individuals are arriving and departing from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in such a chaotic manner?
In a humorous sequence, Barry is caught by Sharon while hanging out with a female he’s hooking up with. What makes it even hilarious is that Sharon was envious of it. Taking into account their history? The woman vanishes in the middle of the conversation, and Kareem pops out of nowhere. And when Nancy, Kareem, Richard, Barry, and Sharon argue passionately, Barry loses it. Sharon walks upstairs after the commotion to find a semi-naked Barry questioning her about what happened. Sharon reveals her envy later. During that conversation, Barry learns that the girl he was hooking up with had defrauded him of a substantial sum of money. On another note, when will Barry be reunited with his daughter? We’ll be able to move on to a new plot arc this way.
The Oval Season 3 Cast
Ed Quinn, Kron Moore, Javon Johnson, Ptosha Storey, Vaughn Hebron, Teesha Renee, Daniel Croix Henderson, Lodric Collins, Ciera Payton, Walter Fauntleroy, Taja V. Simpson, Brad Benedict, Travis Cure, Matthew Law, Bill Barrett, Derek A. Dixon, Nick Barrotta, Kaye Singleton, and Russell Thomas are among the cast members returning for Season 3. Perry developed, directed, and wrote the series, which he also executive-produces with Michelle Sneed for Tyler Perry Studios.