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Dance! Dance! Dance!
The crowd is into Vale and Lucas’ act, but let’s be real…Vale’s doing way better than Lucas. They get an enthusiastic round of applause.
On the run
Outside the church, Vale starts fighting off her attackers. Lucas joins in, to the delight of two passing nuns. I’m just relieved Vale’s not going to get stuffed in the trunk of the car with the spare tire and ruin her dress. There’s a painting propped up by the trunk–I guess those guys were out stealing a little church art and just said “Oh, look! A bride!”?
At the top of the episode, Lucas and Vale are smooching while an extra lurks in the background, pointing a gun at Lucas’ back.
Going to the chapel?
Vale seems hesitant about getting married on the fly–she has nothing she needs, Tomás isn’t here, etc. Lucas tells her to spend the day shopping and they’ll do it tomorrow.
In all the excitement, Vale fainted. Gabe and Lucas get her back to Lucas’ dressing room. While Lucas tries to revive her, Gabe keeps trying to figure out what happened. How did Lucas survive? Did he have a feeling something bad was going to happen to the plane? “I wish. I could have saved a lot of people.” But it wasn’t anything like that–he came back for Vale.
Vale begs for Gabe’s life, Carlos tries to get him to put the gun down, Tomás begs Lucas not to kill Gabe. Lucas points the gun up at that and laughs…yeah, he was faking them out.
Salma thinks Vale should be the one to leave and Vale agrees with her. When Lucas finally gets to give his opinion…he asks Salma to leave. Vale starts to glow…audibly.
Vale blames herself for Tomás leaving. She rushes out to look for him, leaving Lucas in the apartment in case he comes back.
The mixed-up morning continues
Carrizo’s dead. Justin’s all for hiding the body. Lucas is worried about his rep and blaming Gabriel.