In “Sapai Glai Peun Tiang (Underdeveloped Daughter-in-law)”, Anne is a hot-heated cop in the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok, her name is Lalin. Her family lives in Roi Et province. When she returns home to participate in a festival, she learns her seamstress sister Areeya (Jane Jensuda) was impregnated by guy from Bangkok. The family and especially Lalin wants this wannabe deadbeat daddy to take responsibility for his actions. The only problem, they don’t know who he is. Areeya refuses to disclose his identity. The thing is this, Areeya (Jane Jensuda) has already asked the father of her child to take responsibility and even begged his mother for assistance. What she received was embarrassment, the future paternal grandmother to her child insulted her and refused to let her son take responsibility for Areeya’s baby. From that point on, Areeya decides to give up on the matter. Getting no information from her sister, Lalin secretly ransacked through her sister’s belongings and finds evidence that a guy named Jormtup (Chakrit Yamnam) might be the father. Lalin angrily drives to Bangkok to confront Jormtup, a hotel heir. She rudely interrupts his conference and demanded he take responsibility for impregnating her sister. Jormtup is a little baffled, he didn’t impregnate anyone. They argue for a bit until Jormtup ordered hotel security guards to drag her away. Later that night, he tells his no-good, playboy older brother Jormphon (Num Gunchai) that some weird abrasive woman charged into his hotel conference and accused him of being the father of her sister’s baby. Jormtup finds this amusing while Jormphon is a little worried, he confides to his younger brother that he is the culprit, the baby daddy. Being a good guy, he tells his older brother he will keep this secret if Jormphon reforms and starts helping him out at the hotel.