Oscar (Rowell Santiago) lost the only family member left with him, his daughter Aubrey (Ryza Cenon) who was killed during the Vendetta’s encounter with the rebels led by Tanggol (Joross Gamboa) and Baldo (Rommel Padilla).
His heart is still filled with pain and sadness; and his mind is occupied with thoughts of winning justice for his whole family. Oscar is in deep thoughts when Aubrey suddenly appears from behind.
Aubrey greets her father with a warm smile. Oscar keeps saying sorry and uttering words of regret. He blames himself for not being able to do something to save Aubrey and the rest of his family members. Aubrey tells him to stop saying sorry because it was never his intention that their family suffers from such tragedy.
They also take a short walk down memory lane and recall an intimate moment they had together under the Christmas tree. They remember telling each other to put sadness aside and embrace hope and happiness instead. Oscar says that doing so would be difficult for him right now.
Aubrey tells his father that they can never bring back time again. She also asks him to stop worrying as he is not alone. Cardo (Coco Martin) and the Vendetta are there to help him. She also tells Oscar to draw strength from them.
Aubrey also assures her father that she, Marissa (Dawn Zulueta) and her two other younger siblings may no longer be physically present but they will watch over him until he takes back the Presidency again.
Aubrey asks his father to never stop clinging unto hope. For the last time, Oscar tells Aubrey how much he loves her. Aubrey suddenly disappears. Oscar wakes up from his daydream and utters how much he loves his family. He also vows to let go of fear and begin to start moving on for the sake of truth and justice. He plans of going back to Malacanang to reclaim the Presidential seat that should still belong to him.
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