As Daniela (Dimples Romana) continues her vicious scheme to make Romina (Beauty Gonzalez) appear deranged, she finally rolled out her plan with the help of her most trusted henchman Hector (Joko Diaz) and her cunning godmother Juanita (Angelina Kanapi).
After hearing Robert’s (Albert Martinez) voice over the phone the night before, the manipulation game went on as they let her hear it again the next day while she was at the office and talking to Juanita. Romina was startled of course, especially when Juanita denied that she heard someone speak inside the room wherein there was only the two of them.
As soon as she went back to her office, Romina immediately relayed it to her allies – her younger brother Neil (Adrian Lindayag), her executive assistant Bonita (Kat Galang), and her friend-slash-lawyer Bernard (Arnold Reyes) – who downplayed that it’s only a sign of stress, exhaustion, and pressure at work. But she negated it and opened up to Bernard that this supernatural occurrence only made her extra persistent to know the truth and to resolve the case of Robert’s death and her rape case as well.
This was seemed to be supported by Carlos (Adrian Alandy), who told Romina in their private conversation that, perhaps, whatever she hears or sees might mean something important, and even reminded her of an unforgettable, fun memory of them together when she said that one should be scared more of the living than of the dead. But instead of getting amused of that recollection like Carlos, Romina remained nonchalant and told Carlos that she doesn’t need his unsolicited advice.
Unbeknownst to them, Daniela and Juanita were secretly poking fun about what happened to Romina earlier that day. It was revealed that the voice she heard was actually an edited voice clip of her dad that they got from one of his previous speeches and let an audio editor do the job of making it sound like it’s just natural. Daniela sent it to Juanita’s phone and the latter played it when Romina wasn’t looking.
However, their wicked plan didn’t simply end there as Daniela asked Hector (Joko Diaz) to give her a drug that could make its taker feel high. When Romina was out of her office, she stealthily went in and quickly dissolved a little amount of it in her coffee. As soon as the unsuspecting victim consumed her coffee, she immediately got dizzy and shot up from her chair screaming Robert’s name in the hallway. Daniela and Juanita went to the scene to pretentiously check what’s the commotion was all about and didn’t mind stopping the employee from recording the whole scene.
Meanwhile, Mikoy (Seth Fedelin) got Marga’s (Andrea Brillantes) heart beat so fast as he went to their house by surprise wearing shabby clothes and disheveled hair. When asked about his intention, the handsome lad handed her the broken branded watch she wanted him to get fixed. Just when Mikoy thought that their deal was finally over, Marga told her that that wasn’t enough so he still has to work for her. On that day, she wanted him to accompany her in her endorsement shoot with Kristoff (Kyle Echarri).
While the shoot was ongoing, Mikoy and Cassie (Francine Diaz) were talking at the sidelines as they watched their partners taking the instructions of the photographer to move closer to each other and flashing their bright smiles to the camera. Mikoy quizzed her if she didn’t feel jealousy seeing the two together and opened up about how he felt.
Suddenly, someone from the production mistook Cassie as an assistant and asked her to buy food for everyone. This was seconded by Marga, which completely irked Tupe. In order for them to stop quarrelling, Mikoy just volunteered to do the chore. As soon as he came back, Cassie probed him once again about his identity, which he answered jestingly. Marga saw them talking and confronted Cassie, accusing her of not being contented with Tupe and flirting with Mikoy, ensuing to the second round of their tiff for that day.
Although marred with a slew of fights between the two young ladies, the day still ended in a sweet note for the both pairs as they went to their respective dates.