Credits: Tubig at Langis/ABS-CBN Entertainment

How far would you go to fight for your man? Irene, Cristine Reyes’ character in the teleserye Tubig at Langis is going the extra mile to save her relationship with Natoy (Zanjoe Marudo). Here are some of the most intense and cringe-worthy scenes:

Big Trouble

Irene catches Clara (Belle Daza) begging for Natoy’s love and attention–which urges Irene to teach Clara a lesson she will never forget.

Clara vs. Irene

Clara dares to provoke Irene while they’re at the grocery store–it’s like a royal rumble match with the shoppers as the audience with all the face-slapping and hair-grabbing.


It’s a fiery exchange of one-liners that are full of angst and sass.

Mother’s Anger

Not only is Irene a feisty wife, she’s also a very protective mother. Natoy’s sister gets a taste of her own medicine thanks to her carelessness when it comes to her nephew.

Legal Wife

This scene only proves that Irene does not want to be interrupted when she’s speaking. As much as she wants to be civil, Lucy keeps on provoking her and gets slapped real hard.



Another catfight happens when Lucy, Natoy’s sister and Irene come face to face.

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