Supremo’s (Richard Gutierrez) vampires went all-out when he ordered them to make the Moonchasers’ lives hell on last night’s (October 25) episode of “La Luna Sangre.”
Adee’s (Patrick Sugui) sister was killed and Harvin’s (Mark Neumann) family was attacked. Samantha (Maricar Reyes-Poon) warned the Moonchasers that this was only the beginning of Supremo’s plan, to take them down by using their loved ones against them, but Tristan (Daniel Padilla) refused to bow down to Supremo and encouraged his fellow Moonchasers to fight for their families and all the families out there. (Bravo, Tristan! *claps*)
So while the Moonchasers raced to get their families in secure locations, thanks to the idea of Toni/Malia (Kathryn Bernardo), Barang (Shamaine Buencamino) continued to try to convince Supremo that Jacintha (Angel Locsin) really is Lia and that she and Samantha are working together against him. She tried to make him see that the two women were playing him, that Jacintha was making him weak, and that he needed to be rid of them in order to achieve his dreams.
But Barang’s not the only one who insisted that Jacintha is Lia - Samantha thinks so as well, but insisted for different reasons. This is our scene of the day and here’s why:
- How Sandrino told Samantha she didn’t need to keep taking one of his followers just to get inside the lair, that all she needed to do was side with him (Samantha’s way seems more fun though! Did you see that smirk when she threw that vampire down?)
- The way Samantha asked if he didn’t want to know why she came in the first place (oh, I feel some teasing coming on…)
- Sandrino’s reaction when Samantha said she just came from Jacintha’s (AY NAINTRIGA DIN)
- How Sandrino kinda readied himself to argue when Samantha said that she's sure Jacintha is Lia (You can tell how sick he is of repeating himself HAHAHAHAHA. The same argument, over and over again. He’s probably thinking, ‘Why won’t anyone listen to me?!’ or ‘Should I just have a sign made and wear it around my neck so I don’t have to keep repeating myself?’)
- The smug look on Samantha’s face when she reminded him that she knew Lia better and longer than he did, that she can tell Jacintha is Lia from the way she moved and her eyes (Oh, I bet she’s enjoying this hihihi)
- How she mocked his ability to kill people, seeing as Lia seemed to be alive (OH BROUGHT OUT THE BIG GUNS)
- How quickly Supremo got angry at the implication that he couldn’t kill (Probably a sore spot for vampires, huh?)
- How Sandrino thought back to when he killed Mateo (John Lloyd Cruz) and Lia (He’s been having a lot of flashbacks recently… Is he starting to doubt himself?) (Also, REALLY?! Did they really have to show that heart-wrenching scene again?!)
- Samantha’s confidence when she said she’ll make Jacintha her ally against him (hehehe, she doesn’t need to do that anymore because they’re already doing it!)
Samantha’s doing a great job of distracting Sandrino, don’t you think? *claps*
On another note, Greta (Meryll Soriano) finally woke up (she’s been unconscious since the Lumakads’ house blew up, if you recall), but was sadly turned into a vampire by one of Supremo’s men before she could even see her family again. :(
Will Supremo listen to Barang and shut Jacintha out of his life? Or will he continue to deny that Jacintha is Lia and keep her on as his strategist? Catch an all-new episode of “La Luna Sangre” tonight on Primetime Bida after “FPJ's Ang Probinsyano."