POWER fans have spotted a crucial blunder in the final episode as Tasha tried to frame boyfriend Q for Ghost's murder.
The crime drama may have run its course but some fans are disgruntled with how the show ended, including one who thinks they spotted a major error in Tasha St. Patrick's story.
Soon after Tariq (Michael Rainey Jr) shot his father dead, both he and Tasha (Naturi Naughton) tried to pin the murder on Dre (Rotimi), who was burned to death in prison.
Tariq used the gun given to him by Dre to do the unthinkable act of killing James 'Ghost' St Patrick (Omari Hardwick), and he had been spotted leaving Truth nightclub moments earlier by cop Blanca Rodriguez (Monique Gabriela Curnen).
To ensure nothing would blow back on herself or her family, the daycare owner also tried to frame her boyfriend Q for the murder, who she met at her daycare centre.
He managed to find an alibi in the nick of time, which resulted in Tasha getting arrested and took the wrap for her son Tariq shooting her estranged husband.
But one Power fan has taken issue with the fact Tasha tried to frame Q and discovered a very clear error in the story.
Taking to a thread on Reddit, the fan said: "So I’ve just finished Power and while there are many things with irked me about how it ended.
"There was one thing in particular just I just can’t seem to understand (so hoping I just missed something obvious).
"Why on earth did Tasha decide to try and frame Q for the murder after Dre’s death?"
They continued: "Tariq mentioned that the gun he used came from Dre and Dre literally got caught coming out of Truth by a Cop the moment the killing happened.
Along with corrupt policeman Cooper Saxe (Shane Johnson), who would corroborate Tariq's story after he threatened him, it was easy for everyone to assume it was Dre, given he was unable to defend himself.
Several others agreed with the fan's confusion and surprise over the clear and obvious blunder.
Replying to the thread, another fan said: "This made absolutely no sense to me but sadly I have come to grips to just realise the writers made zero sense. It was ridiculous for her to even do that, but hey it was her karma for setting the stage to kill Ghost."
A third fan commented: "I didn't understand this either, the last episode in general just made no sense to me whatsoever. I don't know why they're setting Tariq up to be the next Ghost as he's an awful character who is worse in every way."
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