Rhian (Angel Locsin) encounters Amelia (Janice de Belen) again after her continuous surveillance. She successfully derails Amelia’s plans of sneaking out of the country with Santi (Marc Santiago). Yet, she has a more important mission to accomplish which is to discover Tiago (Tirso Cruz III)’s schemes. Rhian demands Amelia to speak up and cooperate with her.
Amelia keeps mum at first, saying even Tiago’s death will not stop the impending tragedies as he has one accomplice set to fulfill all his plans. Amelia reveals that Cinco is none other than Senator Gabriela Sta. Ana (Mercedes Cabral). Yet, Amelia’s knowledge about Tiago’s mission is limited. She already lost Tiago’s trust; hence, she is clueless of her husband’s next set of actions. Nonetheless, she is certain that the explosives are just hidden somewhere near Tiago. Moreover, Amelia sheds tears as she begs Rhian to spare Tiago from death.
The scene cuts to Amelia talking with Tiago over the phone. She asks for back up, saying Rhian might just be tailing her behind.
Amelia arrives in a port area where Tiago and his henchmen are waiting for her. Rhian comes in the scene as well. A shootout happens between Rhian and Tiago’s army. Amelia fires at Rhian, causing her to fall on the water.
Tiago’s men search for Rhian and successfully capture her.
Rhian wakes up in a room and finds Tiago and Amelia intently looking at her. However, Rhian’s memory seems disturbed. 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. But, apparently, Rhian’s memory loss is just an act orchestrated through Amelia’s help. Rhian aims to win Tiago’s trust again by pretending that she is still on his side.