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An episode full of lessons starts with...
Our regular BBAT Pandit and two other men are at the gate of the newly-named Lalita Niwas calling on the three Pandey brothers when Gunjhun walk out with Kukkan and ask what the matter is. The Pandit tells them that the M&Ms have committed a grave sin and stole from the temple's donation box to which Gunjhun and Kukkan are shocked. Runjhun steals a glance at Guddu while one of the other men asks them to ask the Pandeys to return the money or they will be forced to file a case against them. Guddu is watching Runjhun's uncomfortable distress who is thinking to herself why the M&Ms cannot distinguish between right and wrong, and wonders what she should do. The Pandit asks how many more crimes will he M&Ms commit and follows that by entering the temple with evil thoughts of stealing they made the temple apavitra (impure). The third man tells them that silence is not the solution but the money should be returned. Guddu, who is still watching Runjhun's visible distress, thinks to himself that this is when she will ask him to repay the money they stole, and turns away in disgust. Runjhun finally musters the courage and tells the Pandit that as neither do the M&Ms live there anymore nor do they share a relationship with them they will be unable to help them. The Pandit and the others look at each other in shock but the Pandit recovers quickly and apologises for disturbing them and they leave. After exchanging a very cryptic look with Guddu, Runjhun walks away and into LN while Guddu watches.
We move on to the M&Ms who are apparently still walking and searching for shelter and food going into day two (or was that a CV blooper and time stood still once again?) are stopped by Diamond who cannot believe that they are ready to spend the money that they stole from the temple. He asks them to either return the money themselves or give it to him to do so. (That snake- incarnate) Vishnu is angry at Diamond and retorts that there is no right or wrong when one is hungry and homeless, to which Diamond counters that there are countless others in the same state but they work hard so as to feed themselves and gain shelter and asks them to do the same. Vishnu asks if they should return Goddess Laxmi's gift (talk about delusional!) and die of hunger to which Diamond retorts that staying alive living off of stolen money from the temple is no better and is a great sin. Vishnu is angry and threatens to hit him if he calls them thieves but Diamond is defiant to which Rajju intervenes that his mother stole so that they may eat and find shelter. But Diamond is disgusted. He wonders why they are not atoning for their crimes even after all that has occurred, and tells them if they were to truly repent and make the effort to change and atone they will be able to recover all that they had lost. (You're preaching to the wrong audience Diamond beta!) Kalsanwali asks him to keep the morality he learnt from books to himself and all that education was a waste, and they all walk away. He calls after them that he will not follow them but will go back and inform on them. Vishnu turns back and slaps him while the rest are happy at that and they leave thinking his words and threats as useless. Babli, who stays behind, (and her parents don't even care if she did) tells him to not worry as she will support him.
Back in LN, Runjhun has made her way back into the house and Amma asks what the noise outside was all about but she brushes her off telling her it was people looking for Guddu at the shop, and walks off to start working in the kitchen where Devi is putting the dishes in their places. Amma having noticed a wrapped package asks Devi to bring it. Runjun grabs it and notices that there are saris inside and gets another sad look to which Devi comments on Pappu Yadav's stupidity that he kept her clothes in such a state. Amma comments that before marriage she never paid attention herself either and Devi retorts that everyone changes after marriage as they should. Devi, then hesitantly, asks if she and Kukkan could move back in but Amma asks her to ask Guddu and she agrees to do so.
And at the IM centre, Guddu is festering and angry about the M&Ms theft. He wonders how many more crimes they will commit. He tells Kukkan that he is worried about Runjhun and prays that God grants her some sense. Kukkan tells him not to worry as they are not around to make a fool out of her, but Guddu says that it is worse now as she is spending all her time worrying about them. He then tells Kukkan that her forgiving nature is a disease which he has to find a cure for while Kukkan watches contemplating.
Kukkan (who has reached some conclusions after his contemplation) is speaking with Runjhun who is cleaning the kitchen. He tells her that Guddu is still angry at her and asks her to give him the reassurance that she does not want the M&Ms back in the house. He also tells her to not do that just to appease him but to mean it herself. She argues that she is worried as Diamond and Babli are with them to which interrupts and ask her why she is so worried when their own daughter is not. He then asks whether she is more worried about Guddu or her M&Ms and Amma who has walked up agrees Kukkan. Runjhun avoids the question claiming that relationships cannot be changed but Kukkan counters that unknowingly she is harming her own marriage by these acts. He wonders how she is still worried even now that she knows that they stole from the temple to which Amma is shocked to learn this. Kukkan tells her that he has known Guddu for years and he is not one to discuss what hurts him. He also tells her that for Guddu she is the most important person and she should reciprocate that and things will be as they were. Amma agrees and then asks Kukkan to come with her to speak with Guddu. Amma and Kukkan have walked up to the IM centre, where she asks Guddu if it will be alright if DevAn moved into LN with them. Kukkan tries to protest but Guddu agrees and dismisses his arguments. Even TP and Tillu, who want back their place back above the club, ask him to do so.
Night has fallen and Runjhun and Devi are making
a bed while Devi rambles on about how much fun they will have living together.
She notices that Runjhun is not listening but absorbed in some worry and asks
her about it. Runjhun tells her that Guddu is still angry with her and wonders
what she can do about it. Devi excitedly tells her that she knows the solution
to her problem and runs to find one of her magazine. She sits Runjhun down and
tells her that in this article are the ways to please and pacify a husband. Runjhun
is not so sure and asks if it will give them a magical formula. Devi tells her
that it will teach her how to wrap him around her little finger and make him do
her bidding, and adds that it has worked for many of her friends. She starts reading the ways to win your
Number 1: "Serve your husband and take advantage of every opportunity to do so. Take care of his little needs and do it before he asks so that he may be surprised that you understand him so well..."...
Number Whatever: "Look happy and beautiful for your husband" to which Devi starts commenting on Runjhun's look. She tells her to change her old-woman hairstyle and simple saris, and asks why she always looks so sad and is going on while Runjhun is contemplating her words...
Pre-Cap: Runjhun is waiting at the door with a
tray with two glasses (I guess she is putting the lesson into use) when Guddu
and Kukkan walk in and surprised stop in their tracks. She tells Guddu that she
knew they will be tired and thirsty so she brought them water. He looks at her
and walks away while she is left standing looking disappointed.
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