In the middle of her sleep, Emma (Janella Salvador) steps into a nightmarish dream and sees Camila (Maja Salvador) begging her for another chance, saving her from Juan Felipe (James Blanco)’s bullet, and taking her final breath – a montage of the most horrifying events they went through together.
Emma opens her eyes and goes downstairs as if someone is inviting her to come over. The Dako Paroon Funeral Home, where she’s currently staying at, is coated in an eerie ambience of darkness. Faint smoke tails behind Emma while soft whispers are heard all around.
Emma slowly pivots her neck and finds Camila’s photograph displayed at an altar. A few more movements lead her to Camila’s soul standing in front of her. Camila’s spirit is dressed in a bloodied wedding gown while her face is dull and pale and her eyes still burning with wrath. Emma says sorry to Camila for not granting her forgiveness before she died, adding that she has already let go of her grudges.
In a raspy voice and tone full of anger, Camila demands Emma to help her. Besides, she’s always been her little soldier. Emma closes her eyes to recall Elias (Joshua Garcia)’s reminder that she is genuinely forgiving and kind; and she’s someone who couldn’t dare taint her hands with malevolence.
But Emma is trapped in her love for Camila. She gasps upon seeing Camila’s ghoul standing closer to her. They hold each other’s hands, hinting a fusion of Camila’s vengeful spirit and Emma’s body.
The next day, Emma is evidently a different person as she walks around the room. Dressed in her plain night gown, Emma smirks while holding Camila’s framed photograph. She stands by the mirror and her reflection shows Camila’s image. Camila thanks Emma for letting her use her body as a vessel for seeking justice and revenge.
In the next scene, Vito (Geoff Eigenman) is shocked to see Emma dressed as Camila. Confusion is written all over his face as he listens to Emma talk about copying Alice (Lara Quigaman)’s inhumane ways and insists that she’s prepared for anything that’s bound to happen.
Vito’s phone rings with a call from Elias. But as if a supernatural being is hindering their conversation, Emma’s car starts honking while Vito’s phone suddenly slips out of his hands. Emma walks away.