Tahiry’s dad cried as soon as he saw his daughter for the first time in two years. “I haven’t seen you or called you because I’m angry,” she tells him. “Just the things I saw. The women, the many kids.” He says he didn’t know how much damage he would do to everyone. She explains to him her mom cried when she brought up the divorce, 20 years later. She tells him that her relationships suffer because of him. She’s talking to him about what he’s done, but then starts talking about Joe. “Because you don’t want to let it go,” he tells her. “You have to let it go.” Daddy knows, Tahiry. He is, after all, a man who has made many mistakes.
“I thought you were gone by now,” Tahiry says when Joe knocks on her door. “You will never let me go. You won’t let be breathe,” she said. Joe was coming to DR to get his answer on whether he’s still in love with Tahiry. “You’ve continue to disappoint me and not held me sacred,” Tahiry said. Joe tears up realizing he was a horrible boyfriend. “Last I knew I was the cry baby,” Tahiry said. Will they or won’t they figure this out without hurting other people or each other in the process is the question that remains unanswered?