Cardo pushes Romulo aside in the nick of time before the gun goes off. He holds him off from finishing the despicable bloodied Hipolito. The pissed off commander demands that bloodied Hipolito clear his name and retract all the lies he’s been spreading about him, lest he kill him the next time he sees him. He then shoves Cardo aside and stalks off, and our favorite hero gives him a look before carrying on with the rebels. Bloodied Hipolito silently vows to make sure they’re all eliminated.
General Oligario has a talk with Borja on phone about Cardo, and she reveals how she had mentioned to director Hipolito before that Cardo could be the one to capture Romulo. As Delfin indulges her, bloodied, black-eyed Hipolito bitches nonstop at the hideout, upset that Homer’s gang had proved useless and given Cardo the chance to discover his dirty secrets.
While Romulo and his men return to the Moreno house and make preparations for their next move for tomorrow, Hipolito continues barking and expressing his anger against Cardo and Bloody Sun. Fearing that our favorite hero could ruin his chances of winning the senate seat, the bloodied, black-eyed Hipolito plans to make his move foremost.
Bert, codename Rat, has his wife and daughter promise to not snitch on the commander since he owes him his life. Regine and Dulce feign acceptance. At the NDA, the despicable bloodied Hipolito recounts to Catindig his encounter with the commander and begins rambling nonstop about how Cardo is now working with him. Silently, the traitorous snake begins wondering why the slimy scoundrel is disclosing to him such confidential information.
“Do you think Vulture will do what you asked him?” Anton says to the commander. “Is he really going to clear your name?”
“If Renato really knows what’s good for him, he’ll do as I say,” Romulo declares. “Because if he doesn’t, I’ll visit him again. He will pay for every mistake he’s done.”
The the self-conceited, black-eyed Hipolito spouts some nonsense about how Cardo had supposedly betrayed the PNP and the nation. Meanwhile, our favorite hero has a talk with Earthworm and Tadpole, expressing his disbelief and disgust over Hipolito’s treachery. Speaking of, the miserable scumbag shows his black-eyed self to General Oligario, who begins to fret over his miserable state. He laments over how Romulo had kicked his stinky ass and as if on cue, Catindig reveals Cardo’s involvement.
“They have threatened to murder me,” Hipolito grumbles. “Both of them. Ricardo Dalisay and Romulo Dumaguit, they both want me dead, Diana.”
General Oligario is evidently in disbelief. “What?”
“Even if the commander forgives him,” Cardo says to his allies back at the Morenos. “The truth about him still needs to come out.”
“What truth is that?” Tadpole asks.
“The truth about his real identity.”
The despicable black-eyed Hipolito is informed that everything is ready for the conference. Diana tries to reason with him but the slimy scoundrel refuses to listen to reason. He then goes ahead to spout more of his nonsense, claiming that Cardo and Romulo had really beaten him up real good.
“Whose side are you on?” Hipolito barks. “Are you with me or those two rebels who tried to take my life?”
Forget Romulo, Hipolito. If Cardo wanted to kill you, you’d be dead in an instant, you slimy scoundrel. Anyway, Diana proposes that they try to figure out why Cardo is with Romulo before he makes any rash decisions. To make his case, black-eyed Hipolito boldly shows Diana the CCTV footage of the ass kicking he had suffered while Cardo stood by. But of course he leaves out the part where he had saved his life. The slimy scoundrel.
While Senator De Silva writes a check for the 20 million bounty, the despicable black-eyed Hipolito takes his seat among the reporters at the NDA. The grotesque sight of him puts the entire room in an uproar. Black-eyed Hipolito’s miserable face almost gives Grand Flora a heart attack as she watches the live telecast home. As Cardo, Romulo and the rest of Bloody Sun watch as well, Hipolito narrates some story of how he had escaped some crazy kidnappers. Escaped. Escaped my ass.
“This very brutal mauling was done by Romulo Dumaguit, and his band of rebels.”
Romulo, Cardo and the Dalisays look on in disbelief at the Morenos.
“This confirms all of my suspicions,” the black-eyed scumbag continues. “That the Bloody Sun is behind all of the bombings. Those men will never stop until they successfully kill me.”
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General Oligario won’t be fooled by black-eyed Hipolito’s madness and ranting.
Another round of irritating bullshit comes out of the despicable black-eyed Hipolito. The slimy scoundrel then shows the CCTV footage for everyone to see and proceeds to incriminate and tarnish Cardo’s reputation. Alyana has a worthless argument with black-eyed Hipolito. Back home, Grandma Flora, though distressed with the situation, believes that there’s probably a strong and compelling reason for her grandson’s actions. As if we’re not already irritated, Don Emilio has to also show his miserable face to stare at us.
“…Cardo Dalisay…has turned his back on us. And joined the Bloody Sun,” concludes the despicable black-eyed Hipolito.
Alyana joins the irritating folks tonight as she hounds black-eyed Hipolito and urges him to take back all he had said against her dear husband. However, Hipolito decides to spout some more bullshit and Genera Borja asks that they have a talk. Oh, and talk do they talk. In the slimy scoundrel’s office that is. Delfin strongly opposes Hipolito’s accusations against our favorite hero. Like the rabid dog that he’s turning out to be, the black-eyed Hipolito brings up the video evidence he has.
“What are your thoughts on this, General Oligario?” asks the black-eyed scumbag.
Diana remains silent for a moment. “I agree with General Borja.”
Elice tells her that she doesn’t know who to trust anymore since it appeared that both her husband and best friend Marissa have clearly been f00ling and lying to her. A surprised pinky asked how her own best friend who was helping her figure out who Gabriel’s mistress was could do that to her and all this while she was pretending to help her find out who Gabriel’s mistress was completely throwing her off her trail.
Ellice flashbacks to when Marissa was feeding her information about how Gabriel was behaving at the work place and about Merideth and Agatha. Pinky then asks Ellice what she is planning to do with Marissa and apologizes to her because she sensed that Gabriel and Marissa were having an affair but didn’t know how to rely the information to her.
Ellice said she ignored the red flags and signs and turned a blind eye because of how much she trusted the people she loves. Pinky asked if she is going to confront them because she thinks she needs to compile more proof and an angry Ellice tells her that she needs to find the perfect way to make Marissa her ungrateful friend disappear from their life for good.
Now it’s Hipolito’s turn for the silent treatment. “They almost killed me!” black-eyed scumbag bitches. “What should I do?! I have ignored so many reports…how Ricardo Dalisay turned against us.”
General Oligario exchanges a dubious look with Borja.
“I trusted him,” the slimy scoundrel continues. “Even the fact that he was jailed before and was connected to the drug syndicate. What if it was true? That he’s involved in those issues before?”
General Borja glares at the black-eyed scumbag. If looks could kill. “He was already acquitted! And that is not what we’re talking about now.”
“That is relevant to what we’re discussing now!!! He is corrupt!!! And he is a terrorist!!!” Kettle calling the pot black. Black-eyed Hipolito never disappoints. Way to go, screaming-barking machine. “You keep on defending your grandson. I’m questioning your integrity, General Borja.”
Delfin rises to face the slimy scoundrel, throwing him a death glare. At the Morenos, Cardo has another altercation with Dulce on account of her crooked son’s demise. Bert later apologizes to our favorite hero for his wife’s terrible manners. Bruno commends the good cause of him and his buddies and Bert assures him that they’re welcome to stay for as long as their mission is unfulfilled.
General Oligario actually apologizes to black-eyed Hipolito for siding with Borja against him, saying that Cardo’s alliance with Romulo is probably a part of his mission. As expected, Hipolito takes offense at that and begins bitching on and on. We’re all just tired at this point but we’re still made to suffer Hipolito’s psychotic breakdown. I call it whatever I want. You should too. Catindig the traitorous snake sits innocently, beholding the exchange.
“Why do you think he would just side with those rebels?” Diana says to the slimy scoundrel.
Funny thing is, black-eyed Hipolito’s actions begin to mirror that of a stuck-up, jackass, spoilt little brat. It’s okay if you don’t get the reference. “I don’t care! And I don’t know! I don’t wanna confuse myself with anymore questions.”
“But that’s what our job entails,” Diana points out. “To ask questions and investigate before we jump into conclusions. We really need to uncover the whole truth.”
“The whole truth is that I was almost killed by Romulo Dumaguit, who was assisted by Ricardo Dalisay! You don’t believe me! You’re so fixated with Ricardo Dalisay! You’re under his spell! Isn’t this the truth you’re trying to look for?!”
General Oligario is exasperated. “That is only your version of the truth.”
“Oh, c’mon! Leave this office!!!”
While Delfin pays a visit to his family to discuss the situation on ground, Alyana makes another worthless attempt to reason with the despicable black-eyed Hipolito. Delfin is having a talk with his sister about his recent altercation with Hipolito when Alyana returns home with some uncalled for drama. Amidst Alyana’s drama, Delfin vows to stop at nothing to figure out Hipolito’s motive for throwing all those accusations.
Cardo borrows one of the countless stolen phones from Bruno and places a phone call to his insufferable wife. Mrs. Dalisay begins with her drama as she questions our favorite hero of his reason for ganging up on black-eyed Hipolito. Cardo admits his involvement with Romulo and Bloody Sun, saying that he had failed to stop Dumaguit because he had been furious.
The reporter in Alyana manifests. “You are working with them? You met up with director Hipolito and you didn’t try to stop those rebels?”
“I’m going to tell you something that’s very important,” Cardo says. “It’s a very serious matter. Director Hipolito was once a member of Bloody Sun. He was a friend of Romulo Dumaguit. The group sent him to Manila so he could study and join the government. In order to support and protect Bloody Sun. But instead, the director led the effort… to destroy Sun.”
Source: Blasters Series