While her family is out to purchase supplies for Alex (Gerald Anderson)’s birthday celebration, Minda (Mickey Ferriols) finds Yasmin (Irma Adlawan) standing outside the house. She calls her new friend to come over, unaware that the guest has tailed her all day.
Yasmin finds the situation as a perfect time to exact vendetta. She prepares the gun hidden underneath her clothing and quietly walks towards the target in the kitchen. But something prompts her to make a pause – a photograph of her youngest son, Hakeem displayed in the Marasigan residence’s living room. Yasmin breaks down and pretends that she was just tapped by memories of her child.
Minda acts giddy as she hears a noise outside, a signal that her family has arrived. The innocent Minda is excited to finally introduce Yasmin to her family but to their surprise, the visitor left unannounced. Apparently, Yasmin managed to sneak out of the back doors through the help of Rasheed (Matt Evans) who was also spying on her.
A devastated Yasmin cries to Fatima (Nikki Valdez), her heart full of anguish and fury. And despite the unfeasibility, despite Amir (Patrick Quiroz)’s sensible perspective that Alex wouldn’t acknowledge Yasmin as his mother even if the truth is revealed, Yasmin expresses the determination take her son back. With a vow to always have his newfound family’s back, Rasheed says he knows someone who could help them in their plans.