Camila (Maja Salvador) and Elias (Joshua Garcia) put up a show in front of Alice (Lara Quigaman) to save Matias (Manuel Chua) and make her pay for her crimes. Just as when they thought Alice has come to her end, another player joins in the deadly game. Agnes (Mara Lopez) appears and ruthlessly shots Matias.
Camila saves Elias from Agnes but the latter, before taking her final breath, gets even by shooting a clueless Camila. The bullet pierces Camila’s gut forcing her to just let Elias flee and ask for help while she waits for any possible rescue. She keeps on telling Elias to make her act of sacrifice be known to Emma (Janella Salvador).
Elias runs outside the chapel and chances upon Vito (Geoff Eigenman) and Emma who managed to track down their location via Camila’s phone. They hurry back at the old chapel but they have come too late. Camila is already dead. Vito embraces Camila’s lifeless body and screams out his anguish.
A rewind reveals that Alice caught Camila while she was waiting for rescue. Alice violently crushed Camila’s wounded gut with the soles of her shoe. She wished to torture her niece even more but the sound of Vito’s vehicle approaching quite alarmed her. Alice knew she needed to finish the game right away. Alice taunted Camila by telling her that Vida is still alive and then pierced Camila’s chest with her bullet.
Later, while driving on the way home, Vito unleashes his pain and recollects his memories with Camila. Flashbacks display their blissful younger years together and the recent heartfelt conversation they shared where Camila somewhat granted Vito the closure he deserves.
At Dako Pa Roon, Tsoknat (Pamu Pamorada) finds Manay Ichu (Malou de Guzman) embracing Camila’s portrait to sleep. In the previous scene, Manay Ichu wept like there’s no tomorrow upon learning Camila’s death.
Still at Dako Pa Roon, Tsoknat finds Emma grieving all by herself. Emma regrets that she wasn’t able to patch things up with Camila before she died. She feels guilty for treating Camila with anger and resentment. Emma is in denial of Camila’s death. And now that both her foster parents are gone, Emma feels helpless and alone.