Finally we’re back to the wedding scene and Mark and Bee are forced to be in closer proximity with one another.
May prepares her new room that she’ll share with Mark. Bee catches Creepy being well creepy. He pushes her down and runs away, while Bee worries.
Pramook remembers being seduced by a woman and then blamed for getting her pregnant even though the child belonged to someone else. Grandma still makes him take responsibility. She warns Bee that Pramook has been gambling and to be cautious of her. Immediately after he seeks her for some money, but she tells him to talk to Grandma first. Pramook tells Grandma that Bee is his daughter and she runs off upset. She runs straight into Mark who is worried about her. He claims he hasn’t heard anything, but tells his father later. He calls Bee to comfort him in their unique way, by basically getting her mad at him instead of Pramook. Grandma reassures Baramee that Bee is not Pramook’s daughter.
Creepy lays in a flower bed thinking about May. He runs off to stalk her again. Grandma prepares for the wedding and Grandma points out that Bee usually helps with the traditional things, as she love Thai culture and tradition.
Wimada gets back to the apartment that Mark has provided. Hatasadin is there packing everything up.
Mark has a bachelor’s party, while May hangs out with Grandma, who is happy to see her getting married. May talks with Bee and asks her not to ruin her wedding. Bee only thanks her for giving her ideas.
We’re finally back to the scene in the first episode. Wimada shows up at the wedding and Mark is cold as she tries to cling to him. May is missing. Fon overhears that May is missing and tells Bee. The adults figure out what to do. They don’t want the wedding to be a ruin. Bee joins them and when Pramook sees her, he decides that she would make a suitable substitute for May. Bee refuses. Eventually she comes up with a good reason they can’t marry. They are first cousin’s after all. Baramee tells Bee and Mark that they might not be blood related cousins after all.
Well this is moving along at a nice pace now. It took forever to get back to the opening scene, but here we are. It’s about time. The first half of this lakorn drags, but from here on it has a nice pace.