Rumput TetanggaKirana (Titi Kamal) housewive, who was once the most popular and outstanding students in school, experiencing a crisis of self-confidence. She feels she couldn't be the ideal wife for Ben (Raffi Ahmad), her husband, and a good mother for Rega (Daffa Deddy) and Windy (Aqilla Herby). Kirana often confides to her high school friend, Diana (Donita), which is always accompanied by her personal assistant, Indra (Gading Marten). One day Diana makes a high school reunion event. Diana lies to her friends that Kirana is a PR Consultant. At the reunion, Kirana comes to the Madam Sri Menyan’s forescast stand. Kirana gets a card that read "Starting from the Starting Point, After that Not Going Back". Madam Sri said this card would be red if Kirana's dream of changing her destiny, becoming a single and successful woman, is granted. The next day Kirana wakes up in a luxury apartment. Indra appears before her and claims to be her assistant. For a moment Kirana is happy. She enjoys being the boss of a good office, with dozens of staff following her orders. But Kirana is feels a longing for Ben and her two children. B&B: The Story of the Battle of Brody & BrandyBrandy Zulueta is no amateur when it comes to love. She’s had her strings of bad romance, asshole ex-boyfriends and toxic relationships that’s why she has given up on finding the one. At 38, she is content being single, devoting all her time and attention to her B&B. This is her home, and her guests – her family. Until she meets Brody Nuyda, who sweeps her off her feet, and makes her believe in romance again. Brody Nuyda, at 40, is living the best time of his life – single and free of any responsibilities, owns and manages several businesses, gets relationship benefits from different girls, sans the commitment. And then he meets Brandy, who makes him rethink his choices in life. Both scared of taking risks and falling in love, they mask their true emotions with competitiveness and business strategies. But in the end, Brody and Brandy learn they’d only end up hurting themselves and each other if they hold back and hide their feelings. They both learn they need to gamble again in order to win.