Gabo (Enrique Gil) decides to just give up on Tinapay Corner’s potential accreditation for international competency after learning that Ted (Ian Veneracion) has a bad blood with Mr. Young (Richard Quan), head of the accreditation team; and that a scuffle transpired between the two business tycoons. He tries his best to request for a private meeting with Mr. Young prior to the final interview but to no avail.
Just as when Gabo has already lost all hope, the cheerful Billy (Liza Soberano) convinces him to still take on the last step of the accreditation process even if Mr. Young could possibly make a biased judgement and reject their application. According to Billy, the least thing they could do to save the company’s image is to still take the courage to try.
After sifting through all the possibilities, Gabo realizes that Billy has a point. But he knows that he can’t be the one to face Mr. Young as he would only be a reminder of the man’s rift with a Villarica. So, he assigns Billy to lead the team in the final interview. To start off, Billy reviews the nitty-gritty of the entire Tinapay Corner production. The training begins. Gabo pretends as the accreditation head while Billy presents a report in front of him. There are times when she would fail to answer Gabo’s questions but she’s eager to learn.
Seeing Billy’s hard work and struggle in memorizing the company’s fundamentals, Gabo gets more genuinely personal by surprising her with an ice cream. Gabo giggles as Billy gets a bit messy. He takes his handkerchief and wipes the corners of her lips. The slight distance between Gabo and Billy confines them in a quick romantic moment; until she pulls away and laughs to make the scene less awkward. He hides the uneasiness by taking a taste of the cold dessert as well. All the while the two are caught in a sweet ice cream time, Helen (Katya Santos) and Yuta (Fumiya Sankai) arrive and watch them.
Later, Yuta sleeps in Gabo’s house while Billy stays with Helen. As usual, Yuta and Helen tease their friends about the possibility of rekindling their past romantic feelings. But both Gabo and Billy insist that they are better as just friends and workmates.