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In Lalita Niwas:
Runjhun, following Mahadevi's advice, is standing by the door with a slight smile on her face, holding a tray with glasses of water as Guddu and Kukkan walk in. Guddu looks at her questioningly. She tells him that he may have come home tired and may want water. He ignores her and walks away to the stairs, as Kukkan walks away towards his bedroom. Runjhun seems perturbed as she watches him go up the stairs. She walks to the kitchen where Mahadevi is standing and tells her that Guddu is still upset with her. Mahadevi points out that he came home tired so what can be expected, but Runjhun says that he was fine until he saw her at the door. Mahadevi assures her that Guddu will reach a melting point, and to continue impressing him. Runjhun is not reassured.
In their (changed dcor and room from the old PN bedroom) bedroom, as Guddu walks in, he sees his night clothes laid out on the bed neatly. He smiles and wonders about Runjhun suddenly appearing changed. Runjhun walks in meekly with a cup of tea. He turns to look at her and they exchange looks. Next Guddu walks down the steps with his teacup with Runjhun following him. He heads straight for the TV (when did that happen?) looking for his remote, past Amma, Kukkan and Mahadevi, who are also having their tea. Amma, Mahadevi and Kukkan are watching and smiling. Kukkan seems confused as he looks on. When Guddu turns around not finding the remote by the TV, Runjhun hands it to him. He shakes his head, takes the remote and sits down to watch TV as Mahadevi, Amma and Runjhun exchange glances. Kukkan asks Amma that his Bhabhi does not seem like his Bhabhi but a clone. He wonders if some plan is put into action. Amma smiles and Mahadevi conspiratorially tells him that everything is fine and if it is not fine she will fix it. She directs him to his tea, mimicking him about his tea getting cold and they banter while Amma smiles. Kukkan mutters under his breath that the whole family (khaandaan) is strange and they banter a bit more (cute mimicking by Mahadevi).
At the (Kannauj) bus station:
The 3 couples with Diamond and Babli in tow are whining and complaining about their condition. Kalsanwali and Vishnu are at each other again. Diamond again mentions that if they could understand the difference between right and wrong, they would not find themselves in this predicament (I agree that Diamond and Babli are needed as a voice of reason in the 6-people circus troupe going from place to place in Kannauj). He points out that when they suffer in their current condition is when they will appreciate how good they had it. Vishnu again shuts Diamond up with harsh words. They all prepare to lie down for the night on the ground at the bus station. Arguments among the 6 continue as Rajju deplores the current sleeping condition. Vishnu points out their reality and asks him to stop thinking about luxurious surroundings. They make the bus station their bedroom for the night, still whining and complaining.
At Lalita Niwas:
Runjhun and Mahadevi are in the kitchen and Runjhun mentions to Mahadevi that Guddu is still ignoring her. Mahadevi asks her to have patience. She explains to Runjhun that these little tiffs (sulking) and making up are fun part of life, going by what she has read in the magazines. Guddu will come around once he has calmed down and as it is men get on their high horses (oy Mahadevi, you learned all that in just 2 days of nicey-nicey with Kukkan? One smart cookie!). She continues with reading from the magazine to Runjhun as Amma listens in on the other side of the kitchen wall.
Amma enters her bedroom and calls out to Mittho to get her oil (for massaging) and realizes that they are not around. She prays to God to give her sons some brains to understand that it is their deeds that put them in this situation.
At the bus station:
The brothers are still whining about their sleeping arrangements. Mittho calls out to Kalsanwali who is sleeping soundly (seems like the only one!). She wakes up annoyed at Mittho for disturbing her sleep. Billo is worried about their finances about how they will survive on the streets with all the expenses and limited resources. Kalsanwali brags that as long as there are temples, they will be fine (God, where is your lathi - stick - for this woman?). She points out to Mittho that even Diamond (who is dozing while sitting up) seems to be sleeping well in these circumstances. Mittho rebukes Kalsanwali that while she sleeps peacefully, Diamond is taking care of her Babli by allowing her to use his lap to sleep. He is carrying out his duties as a good brother. Kalsanwali makes a face and turns away back to sleep. Mittho walks over to Diamond and pats him on his head, waking him up. She tearfully tells him that she knows he is still upset with her but that she has acted for their good only. She tells him that even he can see that they are in a desperate situation. She walks back to her temporary bed when Diamond remains silent.
A police jeep pulls up at the bus station, and the Inspector wakes the Pandeys up with his stick (God, is that you in disguise in answer to mine and the forumers' prayers? Please say yes!). He wants to know why they are squatting at the bus station. He does not listen to their protests. He kicks them out of there with threats. Kalsanwali blames Vishnu again and they again fight. Mittho tearfully laments her fate and dwindling resources. (Oy be Mittho, not sinking in, is it?)
At Lalita Niwas:
The milkman calls out to Runjhun who is doing morning pooja (veneration) on the terrace to come and get milk. He comments on the changed appearance of the house and how there is someone now to care for Amma. They walk in together and Runjhun gets milk and returns to the kitchen to work. Amma drags Mahadevi down the stairs by her ear, admonishing her for not taking interest in housework. Runjhun intervenes on Mahadevi's behalf. Amma asks when Mahadevi is going to teach the second rule of pleasing one's husband. Would it be after Guddu leaves for work? Runjhun is shocked that Amma knows. Runjhun asks Amma about the need for such a rush. She is sure Mahadevi would have done it in due time. Amma smiles and says that she would like to know as well (Amma, got someone in mind for yourself? *Wink, wink*!). Mahadevi pretends to be hurt and then takes Amma and Runjhun to the kitchen. She pulls the magazine out from the shelf and reads the second rule about pleasing the husband by cooking his favorite foods. The 3 of them banter about the rule. Mahadevi advises Runjhun to cook Guddu's favorite foods and feed him. Runjhun protest that she has never done such things and has no intention of doing it. Amma and Mahadevi override her reluctance and ask her to feed Guddu lovingly. Runjhun thinks to herself that Mahadevi and Amma are right. She will make every attempt to win Guddu over again.
Precap: Guddu enters the bedroom and sees Runjhun standing with her back to him. He stops in his tracks and wonders to himself what could be up with Runjhun? Why does she look so different? The camera reveals a different look of Runjhun with a different hairstyle and makeup in a yellow sari, looking very pretty. Both have smiles on their faces (Ladies and gentlemen, hit the replay button!).
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