As though Billy (Liza Soberano)’s anger is still not enough to knock his sanity down, Gabo (Enrique Gil) finds himself in a deeper pit of problems when Panaderia de Tony is engulfed in fire and especially when he finds out that Ted (Ian Veneracion) is the one responsible for the arson. Gabo feels disgusted over his own father’s wickedness. Ted hints at wanting Gabo to become as evil as him but Gabo is certain that he would never want to copy his Dad’s dirty business tactics.
To loosen up a bit, Gabo heads to his Tita Jessica (Pokwang)’s house and tells her what happened. The sophisticated lady appears unsurprised upon learning about Ted’s recent misdeed. She advises Gabo to leave Ted’s abode like what he did before, so as to escape from his father’s cruel treatment.
While Gabo is admittedly scared into becoming like his own Dad, he knows he couldn’t just easily run away. Jessica tells Gabo to grow into a man that he would be proud of, contrary to the kind of person that Ted wants him to be.
The next day, Jessica pays Ted a visit and tries to knock some sense into him. She boldly calls Ted a stupid father. Jessica asks Ted to stop looking at Gabo as a reminder of his failed relationship with his wife, hinting at a deeper root of conflict between the father and son. She reminds him of Gabo’s innate kindness.
Meanwhile, at Nueva Valencia, Billy and Gabo argue about the latter’s business proposal until the topic takes a turn into the short-lived romance they shared in the past. Gabo bluntly tells Billy that he was just having fun and he didn’t take things seriously, shattering Billy’s heart into pieces.