Do you think this would
look nice if I put eyes here? – Hi!
– Ate Jane! What’s that? We’re making Origami. Ate Alyana taught us
how to do this before. This one’s a bird. We’ve also made
an airplane and a puppet. The easiest one to make
is this boat. Those are so nice! Wow! Please teach me
how to make those. – Sure.
– Of course. How about that one?
What’s that? That’s so colorful! – You’re really good!
– Look at this badge. It looks like the one
Kuya Idol wears. When I grow up,
I want to be a cop too. Me too! Kuya Cardo is my idol.
In fact, he’s my new superhero! He’s the best, isn’t he? What’s that?
Can I have that? Oh, I’m planning to
give this to Ate Alyana. I’ll just make you
another one. – Really?! Yippee!
– Oh, dear! Jane! Oh, I’m really sorry!
What did I tell you, children?! Kids, stop bothering Jane. That’s right, kids.
Jane should be resting. Love, please take Jane
to her room. – Get some rest, okay, Jane?
– Okay, Love. Come on, Jane.
I’ll walk you to your room. Okay. Go to bed, okay, kids? – Okay.
– Let’s play again tomorrow! You really enjoyed
playing with her, huh? Yes, we did. Good night, Alyana. Thank you so much,
Elmo. But you didn’t
have to walk me. My room’s just
right there. It’s no big deal,
Jane. Cardo told us to
keep an eye on you. And you have nothing
to worry about because there are
lots of cops guarding this place. They’ll make sure
nothing bad happens to you. Hi, Miss Beautiful! Hey, Jun!
What are you doing here? I just want to get to know
your new friend. Hi. My name’s Jun. Jun! Stop it! Just go! Or would you like me
to call the cops on you? – You’re drunk again!
– Whatever. Miss Beautiful! If you ever need
someone to talk to, just visit me over there. My house is just
on the other street. It’s the old house
with the red gate. That’s enough, Jun.
Just go! Miss Beautiful! Bye! Keep walking, Jun. I’m sorry about that, Jane. That guy’s really annoying
when he’s drunk. I’m sure he won’t
bother you again. I’m fine with
being bothered. I like that. Alright, then. You should
go in now. Okay! Good night! She changed? What do you mean,
she changed? I really can’t
explain it, Lola. But it’s like she suddenly
turned into a kid. A kid?! What are you
talking about? When she was playing with
Paquito, Dang, and Ligaya… I don’t know if they
also noticed this, but I noticed that
the way she talked and behaved were very similar to how
the kids would talk and behave. She was like a kid. Well, Alyana… Maybe Jane was just
trying to fit in. Maybe that’s how she
usually plays with kids. Um… Alyana, are you
sure that you noticed
she was acting like
a kid? You see, I noticed something
else about her earlier. What did you notice,
then, Love? – I walked her home, right?
– Yeah. Then, Jun approached her. You know, the drunkard
from the other street? He was bugging her. But, it seemed like Jane enjoyed the fact that
Jun was bugging her. That’s right! Maybe Jane was just alright
with what Jun was doing. I don’t think so, Bubbles.
You see… There was something
different about the way she smiled at Jun. There was also something
different with the way she talked. What do you mean, Love? I just want to have fun
tonight. I’ve been cooped up
in here for a while now,
you know? Stop it. What’s the
problem? You’re such a
scaredy-cat. That guy
we met earlier seemed to be down
for anything. If you do that, Kuya will
get mad again. And he’ll do something
bad again. Oh dear! Maybe the reason
she’s acting that way is because she was traumatized
by what she went through. You’re right, Lola Flora. Jane almost got raped. She almost got killed too. What happened to her
was very traumatic. I know how she feels because that’s how I felt
when Homer held me captive. I would spend days
not knowing what to do. I felt like I was going insane. My mind was telling me
to just give up. If that’s the case,
then I feel bad for Jane. We agreed we’d change,
remember? What are you talking about?! Excuse me! You’re the only one
who said that. Did I agree with you? You can’t do a thing. You can’t get in my way. You can’t stop me. She seems okay
when we talk to her. Does that mean that she’s merely
hiding the fact that she’s scared and traumatized? That’s why we must be
more understanding of her. We must make her feel
that she’s safe here.