Still bothered by his recent discovery on Dante (Rommel Padilla)’s relation to the Alhurajis, Alex (Gerald Anderson) seeks Abe (Carlo Aquino)’s help in gathering information about the family. They consult an old Imam named Apo Hajid (Jerry O’Hara) while on a run to the public market to purchase supplies. The elderly acts suspiciously offended when asked about the Alhurajis, asking the prying soldiers to leave the family’s souls in peace. But Abe is able to catch the Imam utter an enigmatic message about burying the truth in the past.
At the detachment, Lourd (Sue Ramirez)’s platoon feasts on a boodle fight for dinner. The soldiers drive their attention to Alex upon hearing the female lieutenant compliment his seafood dish. The flattery casts a little smile on Alex’s face.
The troopers of the 4th Infantry Division are ordered to secure a community drive spearheaded by Gov. Gezali (Richard Quan). Upon arriving at the camp’s basement, Isabel (Charlie Dizon)’s friend flirts with Benjie (Yves Flores) who simply smiles back at the pretty girl trying to win his attention. All the while, Isabel turns jealous upon seeing a girl tripping off and landing unto Michael (Nash Aguas)’s arms. The incident creates a slight wound on their blossoming friendship.
In a small village, Saal (Sid Lucero)’s cluster suffers from Nassir (Zeppi Borromeo)’s leadership. But they have to obey Nassir’s demands while they are still in hiding. Fatima (Nikki Valdez) comes to Amir (Patrick Quiroz)’s defense when scolded for accidentally spilling a cup of coffee. Nassir hints at his admiration for Fatima.