Dauntless and driven to make Tiago (Tirso Cruz III) pay, Rhian (Angel Locsin) continue to spy on Amelia (Janice de Belen), knowing that the she is the key to knowing Tiago’s whereabouts. A conspiracy happens between Rhian and Amelia. It turns out that Amelia has come to her senses and realized the consequences of Tiago’s greed for power. Amelia no longer believes in Tiago’s dreams as he witnessed how these desires steered Tiago into a different direction. Yet, she begs Rhian to refrain from putting an end to Tiago’s life.
Amelia arrives in in a port area where Tiago is waiting. Rhian comes in the scene as well. A shootout happens between Rhian and Tiago’s army. As a pre-planned act, Amelia fires at Rhian, causing the latter to fall on the water.
Rhian wakes up in a room and finds Tiago and Amelia intently looking at her. The drama continues as Rhian pretends suffering from amnesia. All she remembers is her mission in the West Philippine Sea – the scene that opened the pilot episode. Rhian says she tried her best to protect the cargo, which is certainly still underwater. She apologizes to Tiago for her failure to put all the opponents down and promises to make it up to him.
Tiago shows off a mischievous smile. He plans to take advantage of Rhian’s amnesia and use her again as bait against his enemies, not knowing that Rhian and Amelia are just trying to deceive him.
Later, Armando (Art Acuna) knocks on Rhian’s room. He showers Rhian with resentment for controlling Franco (Paulo Avelino)’s decision to betray Tiago.
Rhian acts clueless, saying she is devoted to Tiago and the group and so is Franco. Rhian grabs the chance to enlighten Armando and remind him of Franco’s unconditional love. She advises him to reciprocate his son’s affection while there’s still time.
Armando looks at his reflection in the mirror, appearing as though he is struck by Rhian’s words.