As soon as they left the studio right after the endorsement shoot, Mikoy (Seth Fedelin) brought Marga (Andrea Brillantes) to an arcade to shake off, at least for a short time, the gloom that has been shrouding her through playing various games. He reminded her that above winning, it’s being happy that matters more in everything that she would do, and that happiness is a choice.
Furthermore, he also told him that she doesn’t have to squeeze herself too hard to her “squad” since they apparently dislike her and she has a family who can provide her the love that she needs. But she disagreed, reasoning that it’s only her “friends” who can give her the attention that she’s been yearning for. With that, Mikoy told her that she better not fret anymore because he will always be there for her no matter what.
Daniela (Dimples Romana) was indeed successful in executing her plan of making Romina (Beauty Gonzalez) appear deranged by drugging her that ensued to her hallucination and getting hysterical at their office. She wasn’t only able to postpone the dreaded board meeting, wherein she was supposed to be asked regarding the finances of the company, but destroyed the reputation of Romina as well in front of everyone in the company, most especially to the members of the board.
Due to her strange and alarming behavior, Romina was urged to take a much-needed break, and at the same time, asked to seek expert medical advice, until she becomes stable again and prove that she’s still capable of handling her job as the Vice President for Operations. They insisted these despite her claim that she’s completely sane.
Meanwhile, their daughters Cassie (Francine Diaz) and Marga also had their own heated confrontation. As the latter arrived at the diner to introduce Kristoff (Kyle Echarri) to her followers (a.k.a. “Baby Dragons”) via live video blog, with Cassie holding the phone, a customer approached her to snap a photo with them. Marga took that opportunity to brag to Cassie about her impending fame and how different her and Kristoff’s shimmering world to Cassie’s simple life. But Cassie seemed to have a stronger clap back by warning her about how a small mistake could imperil her fame in just one snap.
At night, the clash between the two equally ferocious women continued over dinner at home as they hurled sarcastic and snide remarks against each other, which only ceased when Carlos asked them to stop.
With Romina’s absence in their huddle the next day, Daniela tried to convince the board to immediately oust her from her position by laying all the cards she has against her – from her being incompetent as proven by her recent actions up to bringing up the issue that she’s the suspected murderer of her dad. But all of these were set aside as some of the members of the board argued that Romina has the biggest share in the company and she’s a rightful owner since she and Robert (Albert Martinez) are legally married.
On the other hand, Romina finally heeded the advice of everyone around her by consulting a psychiatrist. Accompanied by her friend-slash-lawyer Bernard (Arnold Reyes), they found out that Romina’s indeed suffering from hallucinations that might be caused by taking prohibited drugs.
That evening, a squabble between Romina and Daniela once again erupted as they exchanged tirades, which ended with the former squirting lotion all over the latter’s body. Fortunately, Carlos (Adrian Alandy) immediately came to stop them before anything worse could happen.
When both of them cooled down, Carlos went up to Romina to tell her that if she needed help, he would be glad to be there for her and asked her if they could be friends again just like how they did before they became lovers. Both were rejected by Romina.
Meanwhile, Daniela explained to her puzzled kid Marga the great, wicked plan she has against her and not fighting back to Romina is an essential part of it. Not retaliating is her way of defeating her.