Coinciding with Amira Al-Oraby's birthday, Abdel Monsef is forced to attend an urgent meeting; he discovers that the company is in a difficult situation and decides to escape from Egypt. Amira tells her daughter the story of her first marriage to Ra'faat and her second marriage to Abdel Monsef.
The police arrest Amira, and she faces serious charges due to her status as a partner in the company. The public prosecutor decides to foreclose all the family's money and property.
Abdel Monsef discovers that Tariq escaped and stole all travelers' checks and credit cards. The public prosecutor releases Amira due to insufficient evidence against her.
Amira decides to move with her daughter to their old home in Abdeen. Abdel Monsef travels to Belgium and the Netherlands in order to collect old owed debts.
Abdel Monsef declares his failure in his mission and lets Gamal be in charge. Amira decides to sell her jewelry; she begins to get to know the neighbors in her area.
Amira decides to invite Dr. Shalaby to lunch after he refused to take the fees of the medical examination. Abdel Monsef's alliance with Tariq becomes clear.
Gamal decides to return to Egypt and turn himself in on the police officer's advice. As the relationship between Dr. Shalaby and Ghada's daughter grows stronger, Ghada quarrels with Shalaby.
Abdel Monsef's lawyer tries to pressure Gamal not to confess against Abdel Monsef and Tariq; Gamal is transferred to the prosecution office to make his statement; the chief prosecutor decides to release Gamal.
Amira and all the people of the neighborhood try to raise money for Gamal's bail. Hussein decides to sacrifice the money for his new machine. Ghada tries hard to adapt to the life of the neighborhood.
Fikry learns the truth about his father's inheritance and what Shalaby has done for him. Gamal is released from custody; a celebration is held for him in the neighborhood.
Dr. Shalaby decides to tell Ola that her mother suffers from severe anemia, and he faces a health crisis.
Gamal goes to visit his son despite his mother-in-law's opposition; he disappears without a trace as a businessman tries to negotiate with him to make a deal.
Gamal finds evidence incriminating Abdel Monsef and Tariq in Abdeen's old apartment, which Abdel Monsef hid there.
Ghada's daughter Shahd gets sick and is treated by Shalaby. Abdel Monsef calls Gamal and asks him if he found papers in the apartment.
Hussein decides to hide the papers that condemn Abdel Monsef with a trusted friend, for Gamal's sake. Tariq considers getting rid of Gamal.
The lawyer proposes for Abdel Monsef to return to Egypt. The relationship between Ola and Gamal begins to grow stronger.
Abdel Monsef decides to ally himself with a Lebanese man, who is actually an Egyptian officer. A major problem occurs between Hussein and his daughter after discovering her unregistered marriage.
Hussein's wife complains to Amira about what happened between Hussein and his daughter after her unregistered marriage is revealed. Gamal meets with a businessman who bargained with him before.
Gamal decides to hand over the papers in his possession to the businessman and make a deal with him, then he changes his mind. Gamal consults Ola and goes out with her.
Abla heads to the hospital and wakes up there. Gamal asks Hussein to return the papers he gave him, but Hussein refuses to give them back.
Abdel Monsef and Tariq are arrested and returned back home. Ola suffers from a health problem.
Amira refuses to meet Abdel Monsef to ask him to testify that she had nothing to do with what happened in the company. The neighborhood is left in a state of emergency when Shahd dangles down from the balcony fence.
Amira decides to reluctantly visit Abdel Monsef in prison. Abla confronts her husband again and asks him to officially fulfill his promise to marry her.
As Gamal retracts his deal with Abdel Monsef's opponent, Gamal disappears and everyone searches for him. Amira discovers her maid's relationship with Abdel Monsef's lawyer.
Ghada refuses Shalaby's gift to her daughter Shahd. Gamal asks to meet Ola after her illness to tell her his feelings.
Tariq and Abdel Monsef manage to get out on bail. Hussein quarrels with his wife when she stops him from smoking; Ola decides to apologize to Gamal for what she did.
Abdel Monsef decides to kick Tariq out of his home. The lawyer congratulates Gamal on becoming a key witness, which means that no charges are brought against him.
Tariq tries to force Ghada to return with him. Shahd is kidnapped, and everyone suspects Tariq, and it becomes clear that one of Nihad's men kidnapped her. Tariq asks him to return her.
Shahd returns back to her mother Ghada, and Nihad asks Abdel Monsef to convince Gamal not to testify in the case.
Dr. Bahgat decides to officially marry Abla, and holds the ceremony in the neighborhood. Abla does not want to continue the marriage, and her father asks her to think it over.
Amira begins a new job and tries to prove her worth at work. Gamal experiences an embarrassing situation in the studio, and Ola defends him.
Dr. Shalaby is injured and undergoes surgery. Tariq tries to mend his relationship with Ghada, but she insists on the separation, and their divorce is finalized.
Gamal and his wife agree to divorce in exchange for relinquishing custody of Ramez. Gamal asks to marry Ola. Shalaby survives the accident.
Gamal's cousin is confused about the decision to marry the girl he loves, and Abla decides to definitively separate from Bahgat.
Abdel Monsef requests to visit Amira accompanied by a marriage officiant to fulfill her desire for divorce. Gamal offers to marry Ola. Tariq is arrested during his escape attempt. All charges against Amira are dropped, and the ban is lifted off her properties.