I just called to say you shouldn’t pick
Xavier up tomorrow. Hold on. What are you saying?
We already talked about this. You’re unbelievable! Tell me, are you keeping
my son away from me? What are you talking about,
Emerson?! Haven’t you seen the news?! There’s already
an epidemic spreading! Well? So what?! What does that
have to do with my son?! I just don’t want
my son getting sick. Are you saying that
I’m a neglectful father?! You’re the one who said that,
not me. I’m not trusting
my son with you. End of discussion. Just admit that you really are
keeping my son away from me! You really are not
a person of your word! That publicity stunt you pulled
steered everyone’s attention away from Agbayani. And you think that
makes me happy?! That was called damage control, and I didn’t have to do that
if someone hadn’t screwed up! [PHONE RINGING] Good afternoon, sir. No, no. I– Yeah. Yes, sir. I understand. Rest assured,
I’m on top of everything. I’m already getting heat
from the higher ups! Develop that damn cure faster! Prove to me you’re not useless! Hey… Come on! Do me this one favor! Fine. I won’t ask you to
pay me back anymore. Just help me
get Estella to agree to let my friend
cover her shift. You see, her son’s birthday’s
coming up, and she needs the money. Alright, fine. But I won’t
pay you back anymore, okay? Okay. Hello? Hello? She already agreed. You’ll cover her shift
over at Jacinto Pharmaceuticals. Are you sure about this? Won’t that be too dangerous?
You might get in trouble. I’ll be fine. By the way, take care of
Xavier tonight, okay? Sure, I’ll take care of him.
Just be careful, okay? Thanks. Are you new? How come I haven’t
seen you before? Oh, I’m just a temp. Can I ask you something? Do you know a Cristina Capili
who works here? Cristina? Uhm… I don’t. There are lots of
employees here. I can’t remember
all their names. Why? How do you know her? She’s my friend. Anyway, I’ll go inside now. Alright. Xavier! Hurry up! Let’s go! -Hold on! I’m still calling Mia!
– I’m coming! – She’ll be mad!
– Xavier! I’ll explain it to her. Come on. Let’s go. – Hold on. Stop!
– Let’s go. Hold on. – I’ll just wait for–
– What’s the problem?! – Xavier’s my son, anyway!
– Emerson! Wait! I’ll just explain
everything to Mia! Okay?! She’ll be mad– Doc. Are you okay? Agbayani, you work here now? Just sidelining, sir. Doc. Let’s clean you up. Hold on. Doc. Sorry. I’m sorry. You shouldn’t see me
like this. [COUGHS] It’s okay, sir. Is there something funny? I noticed that you have
an old handkerchief. Here. Use this. It’s okay.
My mother gave this to me. It’s my last memory of her. That’s how us mothers are. We’ll do everything to show
our children we love them. I respect you, Mia. It’s like you can do anything. Be a mother, security guard… I saw your interview on TV. That’s the only way
the Filipinos know about the epidemic. That it’s not just
a normal virus. That it’s worse than dengue. So we can do
something about this and make sure no one gets hurt. How do you know about that?