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Amma telling Runjhun that the M&Ms were never her well-wishers and will always find ways to harm her. Diamond agrees with Amma and tells her to go inside while he takes the M&Ms away. Amma also calls on Kukkan and Devi to which Mittho rushes and tries to plead with an unmoved Devi who tells her that they are paying for their own deeds and that she would never forgive all her crimes. Mittho runs towards the neighbours watching and starts lamenting their fate, but they start leaving one by one after telling her that this is part of the daily Pandey drama while another spits in disgust. As they walk away, Babli (apparently very intelligent too) tells Diamond that she read in one of her books that this is what happens to those who mistreat their relatives to which Kalsanwali (ever finding a solution in violence) starts slapping her around while cursing her, to which Diamond intervenes and warns her about touching his younger sister.
In the meantime, Amma and the rest are walking into the house, while BG music is playing in the background. Amma, with a smile, and the rest are surveying the house when she tells Runjhun that her arrival removed the darkness, and her fortune saved the house (seriously, Amma give credit where it is due!) An irritated Guddu breaks into their happy chat asks Kukkan to work on bringing back the furniture lyiing outside. He asks those ready to work to start doing so, while those that still need a talking to do so (while looking at Runjhun), Amma is worried at his words.
Rajju and the others have slowly made their way
into a certain gentleman's (Pateshwari) home, and as soon as they sit, Rajju starts
lamenting that their niece's husband kicked them out of the house after buying
it in an auction. The man invites them to stay at the house till they make
other arrangements and is about to ask for tea, when his wife interrupts. She
asks him to not to listen to their pleas, she tells him that she knows them
fully well. He asks why she is dishonouring such unfortunate people, and she
counters that they have no honour and that she herself has witnessed how they
burned their niece's home. She tells him that before her marriage, even though
there were 20 servants present in the house; they would torture and overwork
their orphaned niece. She narrates how they married her off to a gunda, and
that it was Runjhun's luck that he turned out to be a gentleman. She even
claims that it will be necessary to call a priest to purify the house after
their departure. Mittho rushes over and tells her that all this was the work of
B&K, and that she had nothing to do with it. She asks the lady to let
Rajju, Diamond and her stay with them and kick the others out, while B&K
(especially Billu) look on in disbelief. Rajju swears to Pateshwari that Mittho
is speaking the absolute truth to which the others intervene. And from there
starts the passing the blame to which each is trying to convince them of their
innocence while the husband and wife duo look on in disgust. As usual too the language
used by the M&Ms is not the cleanest, especially Kalsanwali's, to which Pateshwari's
wife points out and how it will be bad for their young children to hear all
that. A fed up Pateshwari and wife ask them to leave.
Meanwhile in PN Guddu, and his friends are bringing in furniture while Amma and Runjhun who are resetting Amma's bedroom come out on hearing one of the chairs fall out of Kukkan's hands. A still irritated Guddu walks out after giving Runjhun a glance. She asks Amma what she should do as Guddu is angry and will not speak to her. She tells her that she cannot see her M&Ms suffering and so she asked him to let them stay. She asks Amma if he would have done the same if it were her parents. Amma tells her that had that been the case it would have been different as they would never have done what the M&Ms did, she then reminds her to not forget that Guddu sold everything to save PN. She follows that how is she to assume that her M&Ms who could not care for their own mother would care for her. An still unconvinced Runjhun is about to argue some more but Amma cuts her off, and tells her to be a good wife and stand by her husband. She tells her that she agrees with Guddu's decision and asks her to not discuss it again.
Amma then notices that Guddu is back with more furniture and calls out to him. She asks him to leave the rest of the work to the rest, and start moving into PN. She tells him that she does not want to be left living alone in PN and asks them to move in quickly. Guddu agrees and walks out, while Amma stops Runjhun and reminds her not to bring her M&Ms with Guddu as he will get even more angry with her.
In the meantime, the M&Ms are walking on some dirt road arguing and blaming each other for their fate. Mittho asks where they are supposed to stay after plopping on the ground, Diamond then tells his father that they can go to a mandir (temple) he knows which is not too far. They make their way to the mandir and Kalsanwali is complaining loudly (these people have no respect for a mandir) when our regular Pandit (priest) walks up to them and asks them to leave. They tell him that they do not have anywhere else to go. Vishnu, ever disrespectful, starts asking under whose orders are they not allowed to stay there, when the Pandit tells him that this mandir is under a certain Thakur who Vishnu cheated in a case and so they cannot be allowed to stay there. An angry Kalsanwali if he has cheated everyone in Kannauj and kicks him, she then tries to plead with the Pandit. He tells them to leave before he is forced to inform the Thakur.
And finally, GunJhun have made their way back to their house which has an eviction notice on the door. A surprised Runjhun asks Guddu about it and he says that their house has been put up for sale and they have till the next day to move out. He unlocks the gate, takes a look at her and walks away while Runjhun is left looking very sad and disturbed.
Pre-Cap: A newly showered Gunjhun are packing, when Runjun asks him is he still angry at her. She tells him that she did not intentionally hurt his feelings, while Guddu counters that there is no need to explain matters to her and asks to be left alone. She holds her ears and apologises.
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