When Samantha's ex Dodói returns from prison and tries to prove he's a responsible parent, she realizes her career could benefit from his homecoming.
Samantha and Dodói shoot a beer commercial together, but the script's storyline proves challenging for both of them in different ways.
Brandon tries to whip his father into shape, Samantha guest-stars as a judge on a singing competition show, and Cindy surprises her entire family.
Dodói unknowingly hooks up with social media celebrity Laila. Samantha attempts to gain Instagram followers by taking a trip to "Paris."
When Samantha gets pulled into a reality show romance, her entire family is affected. Dodói tests out a career as a sports commentator on the radio.
To turn her bad karma around, Samantha sets out to honor Ciggy's last request: that the Plimplom Gang reunite and spread his ashes in Varre-Sai.
A face from the Plimploms' past returns to drop a bombshell on Samantha. Left at home without adult supervision, Cindy and Brandon get into trouble.
When Samantha's ex-bandmates adapt a tell-all book about her into a movie that publicly denounces her as immature, she sets out to prove them wrong.
Dodói spends the day trying to please his mother. Samantha decides to take a break from the media as Tico and Porky cast an actress to play her.
Samantha tries out feminism, much to Cindy's dismay. Dodói goes to therapy. Brandon's grandmother persuades him to test out a new passion.
In an attempt to win over an experimental theater director, Samantha attends a party with Dodói, who draws attention. Laila offers Cindy love advice.
Carmen struggles to elicit feelings from Samantha, and even resorts to using a straitjacket, as the child star tries to suppress her emotional past.
When Samantha is unable to say the word "orphan," she enlists a specialist to help her mentally return to a pivotal moment in her career.
Following Samantha's somber one-person play, an eager fan kidnaps the actress in order to try and convince her to be happy and optimistic again.