The end… is nigh! The forces of evil
have returned! Repent for your sins! Excuse me, Ma’am. Have you seen
the most beautiful and kindest mother
in El Cuerpo? – My son!
– Mama! – Oh, you!
– Surprise! I thought you forgot
about my birthday! But you’re already here! I’ll never forget
about your birthday. Not in a million years. – Happy Birthday.
– Thank you! I brought Otap with me.
Do you still remember him? Of course!
He’s been here before. Happy Birthday! Thank you! How are the caretakers
of the hacienda ? Are you married yet? – Not yet, Kuya.
– Wow, really? Maybe you’re too focused
on your work here. It’d be a waste if you don’t
pass your good looks along. Otap, meet Melba.
Melba, meet Otap. Hi! Marriage isn’t really
part of my plans. At least, not until Lia
has finished her studies. Baby! Daddy! My baby is so heavy now! Because my brain
has gotten bigger! – Really?
– Yes! All of my teachers are
telling me that I’m smart. I’ve always known that. You never run out of
stories to tell me. You miss my stories,
don’t you? Of course, I do.
I missed them a lot. By the way, I want to
give you something. Wow! Do you like it? Yes! He has the same cap
as you have at work! That’s right. Have you seen Mommy? Not yet, but I’m planning
to talk to her later. – Really?
– Of course. Do your best, okay? So we can all live
together again. Of all the places
we could go to, why did you want us
to talk here? This is where all
your issues started. I want to see if you’ve
really fixed them– I don’t want to talk
about the past. I want to talk about us. It’s been a year since
we separated, Janelle. I miss my daughter so much. I miss being in the
same home with you. I love you. I feel like a part of me is
missing when we’re apart. Please, give me
another chance. I’m sorry, Jessie,
I can’t give that to you. I’ve had enough. We’ve known each other
since we were kids. Then, we went to the
same college in Manila. You were my best friend,
you became my boyfriend. You’re quiet but brooding. And you’re always
looking for trouble. – Love.
– What? I got hired. – Really?
– Yes. I’m a nursery school
teacher now. Wow! Congratulations! And here I am, still on my
second year in nursing. Hey! That’s okay!
Just don’t give up. – You’re still young.
– Hey! Why are you staring
at my girlfriend? Is there a problem?! Jessie! Jessie! Why did you do that?!
He’s not doing anything. Nothing?! Didn’t you see how
he looked at you? It’s like he was stripping you! Stop! Let’s just go home! Teachers are supposed to be
our children’s second parents! So do your job,
understood?! Stupid woman. – You bastard!
– Jessie! Jessie! – Get up!
– Jessie, stop it! I can’t take it anymore, Jessie. We fought too much.
You fought with everyone. But despite that,
I never gave up on you because I love you so much. But I’ve changed when
Sunshine was born. I stopped getting into fights, then I graduated from nursing. You’ve seen that I’ve changed
for the better, right? Yes, you did change. You stopped getting
in trouble all the time. But then, you had a
drinking problem. You always came home drunk. – Why do you think us nurses–
– What? wear all white while prisoners
always wear orange? You’re so wasted. Otap, what happened? He fought with
the head nurse. He resigned from
the hospital. What? Okay, thank you.
I’ll talk to him. Jessie. Is there anything
I can do to help? You want to help me? I know. Turn this into wine. It doesn’t taste like anything. Love, I’m sorry.
I didn’t mean to. It’s okay. How was it?
Did you get the job? What happened to your face? – What happened?
– It’s nothing. Did you get into
a fight again? Did you drink again?! When will you stop drinking?! When will you get
your life together for me and our daughter,
or at least for yourself?! Just leave me alone. – For crying out loud!
– Just leave me alone please! Leave me alone! Janelle. I thought I could
make you happy again like before your father died, but I was wrong.
I couldn’t do it. We’ve had our share
of good memories too. Don’t you remember
anything happy about us? We loved each other,
didn’t we? Did we really, Jessie? Did you really love me? Janelle, you know
how much I love you. It’s like I married a wall. No sharing, no talking,
no feelings. Ma’am, forgive me for asking,
but I just want to know. What is it? Ma’am, if you’re having
problems with your sons, why do you still intend
to give them their inheritance? Because I know
they’ll fight over it. What? I’d rather they do it
while I’m still alive, because then, I’ll still be able
to do something about it. But if they find out about
how the inheritance is divided after I die, they might
ruin everything that my husband and I
have worked for. The company, the hacienda. Is it that bad? We’re talking about
money here, Melba. I’d prefer that my sons resolve
the issue amongst themselves, but I’m sure their wives
will get involved as well. You know, I came here
to ask for medicine for the earthquake victims
in Batanes, not hear stories
about my child’s mother. Kuya, if you think I’m wrong,
why does it bother you? Don’t test me, Gary.
You don’t want me as an enemy. Kuya, we’re not enemies. Jessie is the one
we should be worried about. Why? What about Jessie? You know that
he’s Mama’s favorite. There’s a chance
we’ll only get a small share. We’re here in our hacienda ! Mommy, how big is this again? I don’t know, dear. But I know
your Lola’s property is huge. I hope your Lola gives
the hacienda to your Daddy. That would be lovely! It’s going to be
Princess’ hacienda ! Put it down! Put it down! Yes, Mama? I don’t want that. I don’t like mingling
with farmers. Those poor rodents. I don’t like mud! I don’t like the smell of
cows, pigs, and goats! And I don’t like hearing
frogs croaking! I don’t like looking at
trees and crops! I want your Lola’s
pharmaceutical company. Classy. Posh. I’ll be the boss of chemists,
scientists, and botanists. Actually! Your dad has every
right to that. That’s true, Ma’am! – You’re amazing, Mommy!
– You’re the best, Ma’am! I love it! Hey, your froggies. Oh right, our froggies. – Back to our froggies!
– Hi! Mama dear! Surprise!
Advance happy birthday! We brought your favorite
milk candy from Dumaguete City! Thank you, thank you. Where’s my kiss from
my dear grandchildren? Happy Birthday, Lola. – Advance happy birthday!
– Thank you. Advance happy birthday,
your majesty. Thank you. Wait, where are your fathers? And why did you go here early? Lola, Mommy said she
wants us to have time to enjoy your home town. And at the same time,
we can also bond with you before your birthday tomorrow. Oh, that’s good. Well, Mama dear… Our travel was so long!
We’re so hungry and tired! Can we eat first? That’s right! We want to taste
the milk candy we brought you! You and you.
Go get some food. Now! Tina! Yes, Ma’am? Prepare the food
at the table. – Let’s go!
– I’m hungry! Tita, my bag. Queenie… – Queenie…
– Yes, Mama dear? Melba and Lia are
not our helpers. You’ve always known
that, right? Melba is the caretaker
of the hacienda . And I see them as
my own daughters. I brought some water. I’m so tired. Oops! Hey! Oh dear! – It’s fine. Are you okay?
– So stupid. You alright? Just get another pitcher. Please wait. I’m sorry! Tita, are you okay? Are you? – I’m sorry.
– Let me. No, I got this. No, let me. It’s okay! She said she’s got this. Let her do it. I’m sorry. Mama dear… When you die, can I
have your jewelry? I’m not dead but you’re already
eyeing my possessions. Don’t put it that way,
Mama dear. Besides, the family meeting
tomorrow is about inheritance. At least I’m just asking for
your jewelry upon your death. Fine, forget it. Let’s just talk about
tomorrow’s topic. Mama dear… Is it okay if you give
Warren my lovey… …your pharmaceutical
company? You’re unbelievable. Mama. You have no manners. You have no respect. What happened? What did you do? Nothing! I was being sweet to her then she suddenly got upset! Are you okay? Son, there’s an earthquake. What was that? It’s an earthquake! Hold, duck, cover! Mama dear… I think I’m one of the reasons
your blood pressure went up. I should step out for now. I’ll go sightseeing while
you try to relax. Mama, I’m coming with you. Mama, I’m coming with you. You should stay here, in case
your grandma needs help. – Whitney dear.
– Ma’am? Bring out my beachwear. I’m going to swim. Are you sure? I just want to really feel
that we’re out of town. And swimming is the key. Look. It’ll be nice
to swim here. It’s so peaceful. No one’s here. And the water looks clean. I can rest in peace. Rest in peace? I mean, I can rest and
be at peace. You’re so smart. Right? Ma’am! Yes? How’s the water? Whitney dear, it’s really nice. It’s warm, like a hot spring. Wonderful! Hey, why don’t you join me? I cannot join you. I have my period. Oh I see. The water is soothing
and relaxing. This is really effective. Where can I rest in peace? Ma’am, there’s a hut. Let’s go. What is this place? I’m sure this is abandoned.
It’s so dusty! It’s like the last people who
lived here were our ancestors! Ma’am, it’s the only place
where you can rest here. Don’t be so choosy. Besides, I can just
wipe the dust off. See? It’s clean now. Great job. That’s what
I like about you. Even if you’re stupid, you
use your head sometimes. Of course. Wow. I’ll just take a nap here. Do whatever you like. All that swimming
got me tired. I’ll go look for some cuties
here in El Cuerpo. – Alright.
– So excited.