Frankie puts on the medicine for Annie. Annie whined that it hurts. May watch Annie teases Frankie that she can hit him even if her hands hurts.
Louis invited May to the chess tournament on behalf of Mark. May’s fiance criticizes May. Mark fought with the servants and forced May’s fiance to apologized to May. Mark warned May’s fiance not to bother May and if he wants to revenge on May, then find him. Mark claimed he is May’s fiance. Mark told May he didn’t lie about being his fiance, he truly wants to marry her. Mark asked May to be his wife. May told Mark she doesn’t feel well and won’t attend the chess tournament. Louisa told May that their father got sued.
While reciting the poem, Frankie told Annie he couldn’t concentrate since the crickets keep on chirping. Annie flew up on the tree and caught the crickets and put in the net. Myolie doesn’t have the appetite to eat. The third Madam complained to her family that Myolie refused to eat for her boyfriend. The first Madam asked Louis why did he ordered a bunch of white fabrics and ink. The first madam worried that they won’t have enough money. Louis and Florence confronted the first Madam for not trusting him. The first madam told Louis she just wanted to remind him. Annie gave Myolie some cakes. Myolie’s maid fainted. Annie asked Myolie to leave and go meet Ellesmere while she stays here. Louis and the third Madam found Myolie with Ellesmere. Cutie and Ronald nitpick Louis that it is his fault for being a bad model marrying his maid and now Myolie is doing he same. The third madam said Ellesmere just wants to marry Myolie for money. Louis suggests the third Madam to submit a painting of Myolie to the majesty.
May and Louisa visit their father in the cellar. Louisa’s father told them that he refused to sell a land to a customer and he accused him of bribery with the official. Louisa’s arrived home and told Louisa and May that a person chatted with the official and asked him to release him. Louisa’s father saw Mark outside the restaurant. Louisa and May thanked Mark. Mark recited a poem to May and said he truly loves her and would like to take care of her.
Annie told Ellesmere’s mother to let leave Frankie’s coats to hear, she will sew it for him. Annie and her maid asked the nurse about Ellesmere’s background being the son of a Tibetan. Annie sadly doesn’t want to leave to Tibet. Annie’s maid and smiled seeing Annie mumbles about Frankie which means she has fallen for him. Frankie told Annie he passed by a restaurant made of birds and fish. Annie pretends to feel unwell. Frankie wants to stay by Annie.