Fernanda and Ignacio frantically tuck clothes back in, and Ignacio goes to hide while Fernanda opens the door to “Leonardo.” She barely even looks upset until he shows her the flowers and chocolates. Since “he” had told her before that he thought those things were cheesy. Pedro babbles an apology until she rips them out of his hands and tells him to sit down. He sits right next to her. Personal space, Pedro.
I feel the need to warn you in advance that there was a lot of Pedro today, so you can have your antacids or your lavender essential oils or a strong cocktail at the ready.
Some people are getting warmer and some are getting ready for the fires of hell
Simon lights up the sticks, which he has used to spell “I love you, Edwina!” No, I wish. They spell out “SOS.”
The guests applaud for the bride and Pedro still doesn’t realize what’s going on. He thinks Ignacio’s the one getting married. So…he must be this “Leonardo” the judge mentions, right? He tries to push Ignacio into place in front of Fernanda, but Ignacio pushes right back. Everyone starts asking him what’s wrong, but when the judge asks, Ignacio tells him to please continue, and then leaves Pedro standing there. With Fernanda. In front of the judge. I’d love to hear his internal monologue.
I swear, they made sure the refrito included Isa and Ric just to get revenge on me for not paying attention yesterday. Well, news flash, I’m still not paying attention to them! Take that!
Happy-go-lucky Perico goes shopping for a necklace for his mom and tries to flirt his way (unsuccessfully) into a discount.
¿Quién es Quién? begins tonight on Telemundo and I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to use that headline! Additional character information and a synopsis are available on Telemundo’s website but here’s my rundown of who’s who based on the thoughtfully-provided early preview of the premiere episode.
Happy Monday! Here’s a little música to get your week started off right:
Friday night's episode was pre-empted for fútbol, so this will finish out the week.
Conchita and her grandsons spend a day passing out fliers for Conchita Te Lo Lleva, once she gets the van blessed by the Padre.
Domingo pleads guilty and gets 80 years in maximum security prison. And that was the judge going easy on him because he accepted his guilt and cooperated with ICE.