A series of supernatural phenomenon forces Iking (Pepe Herrera) to seek the help of a psychic relative, Ate Charina, who warns him to stay away from Camila (Maja Salvador). According to Ate Charina’s bold premonition, there is a curse in Las Espadas that Camila brought to life when she, a Dela Torre, fell in love with a Dela Cuesta. The spiritualist adds that death and tragedy would always be at Camila’s tail.
Bothered by this vision, Iking approaches Vito (Geoff Eigenman) to warn him. However, Vito’s harmless claim that he doesn’t believe in curses eats at Iking’s courage.
While facing Iking, Vito fails to notice Matias (Manuel Chua) tucking in a piece of paper on his vehicle’s windshield. Vito picks up the note bearing information about the ‘killer groom’s’ whereabouts.
Taking cue from this revelation, Vito and Camila infiltrate the hideout but unfortunately fail to catch the ‘killer groom.’ Alice (Lara Quigaman) finds out that her enemies have intensified their search and orders Agnes (Mara Lopez) to be on the lookout.
Later, Vito shares a conversation with Aran (Eric Nicolas). They talk about Camila who is struggling to cope with Fabio (Miko Raval)’s death.
Aran mentions that Elias (Joshua Garcia) accompanied Emma in Manila to lay Fabio to rest. He and Ingrid (Keana Reeves) have granted Elias the permission to spend time with Emma if he wants to. Vito agrees, adding that Emma is a good person who even put herself in the face of danger for Camila’s sake.