La Reina del Sur Season 1 (Abbreviated) on Telemundo
Telemundo is presenting a 35-episode version of Season 1 as a lead-in to Season 2. Beginning March 4 it will air weeknights at 10pm/9c. We have an episode guide for Season 1 (the original 63-episode version) here.
If you're looking to chat strictly about Season 2 we have a Proximas post here.
The turquoise high heels! I didn't understand them the first time, and I don't understand them now. The instructions were to start running, so this woman doesn't own a pair of tennis shoes or at least some flats? If someone told me I had to take off running for my life, the last things I'd put on would be skin-tight jeans (the kind you have to lie down on the bed to pull on) and high heel shoes! 😱
I had similar thoughts @lindaf! She spent a lot of time packing too. I would think you would have a bag ready to grab and go.
These things never occurred to me the first time I watched.
In the other hand, It also illustrates how utterly NOT part of that life that she is. It was not her lifestyle.
A little variety wouldn't hurt, but I also don't want us to show the whole show by the time we get to it! Hopefully they'll simmer down.
LOL, the shoes! I know women who swear they can run around easier in heels than flats. More power to them! I love the idea of a getaway bag. But I think she'd convinced herself Güero was overreacting.
I probably shouldn't have called it "sex" considering it was a choice between that and going back to Mexico to die. But yes, he did rape her, I just don't remember in what ways. They cut the part after she gets out of the shower and finds him waiting in the bedroom and I can't remember whether she just told him off and told him off and left.
That whole episode is a blur in my mind; I really must have found it disturbing to have forgotten it so completely. I'm wavering about watching the new season. I'm sure it will be a high-quality production, but I just don't know if I'm up for heavy doses of violence and high body counts. For instance, I started out super enthused with B&B and ended up worn out by it all. It's probably good that I'm watching Betty right now!
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