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Power plot hole: Fans uncover glaring error in Ghost and Tommy's money

The sixth and final season of Power on Starz received a rather mixed reception from fans around the globe as they bid farewell to the likes of James ‘Ghost’ St Patrick (played by Omari Hardwick) and Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora). The final series had its ups and downs but it came to an end with the mystery of who shot Ghost.

Before heading on its midseason hiatus before Christmas, Ghost was seen falling from the balcony of his nightclub, Truth, with a bullet wound in his chest.

The first 10 episodes had shown the drug kingpin extend his already long list of enemies, leaving several names in the frame.

When the Starz series returned in January, it was narrowed down to Rashad Tate (Larenz Tate), Tasha St Patrick (Naturi Naughton), Tommy, Cooper Saxe (Shane Johnson), Paz Valdes (Elizabeth Rodriguez), Tariq St Patrick (Michael Rainey Jr) and Dre (Rotimi).

The final five episodes, each told from a different character’s perspective, then ruled each suspect out one by one.

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The Reddit user continues: “So at this point Ghost and Tommy should have no money. So then how does Ghost put back the 1 million he borrowed from Tate into the campaign fund account?

“In summary, following the money, if Tate gives Ghost 1 million, Tommy takes that 1 million and writes a check to Jason, Ghost and Tommy make 2 million pushing weight.

“Jason robs Ghost and Tommy for 1 million Ghost and Tommy give remaining 1 million to Vincent. So at this point Ghost and Tommy should be flat broke,

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“So how does Ghost get the 1 million to put back in Tate’s campaign account? Did I miss something or is this a plot hole?”

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