A list of the words, frases, and dichos from the La Vecina recaps. Thanks to everyone who contributed!
The battle for La Jaibolera continues
It’s time for the second half to start. Antonio and Sebas place a side bet of their own on the outcome of the game, but it’s just for dinner. Mr. 5ft complains some more about the lack of fútbol authenticity. Pepe blocks a shot by Antonio. The game goes into overtime.
The Gran Final of La Vecina is TODAY, March 3 (not tomorrow, March 4 as previously advertised). Way to manage a network.
Antonio gets a call–Isa signed the divorce papers and he’s a free man! They still have to wait a year for their civil marriage, but they can get married in the church any time they want to. *smoochies*
The end of Eduardo and Ema
Antonio is in his apartment, drinking alone, when Mariana and Eduardo come over. With their suitcases. They all look like they’re in mourning. Eduardo and Mariana can’t live with Ema anymore. Eduardo’s going to ask for a divorce. “Offer me a drink. I could use one.”
Antonio arrives in the DF and his first stop is the Ministerio Publico’s office–he doesn’t even go home to unpack first.
Happy Monday! Let’s start the week with the theme song to the show we’re saying “goodbye” to this week, La Vecina.
The aftermath of the explosion
Elias falls to his knees and Fidel jumps up and grabs his rifle. Quintin is pointing his gun at Elias, who has been shot in the arm, but not by Quintin! A shaking Sebas walks down the hill, still pointing the gun he probably picked up by the SUV. Natalia’s going to be so pissed at him! He appears to be in shock as he comes close enough to let Quintin take the gun (and shove it down the front of his pants…come on guys, seriously…stop doing that!). Elias moans that he’s going to bleed out, but Fidel tells Quintin to apply a tourniquet.
Urbano keeps claiming he’s not a saqueador. OK, ok, he lied about the truck being stolen…he lost it in a bet. Fidel gives up on questioning him for the day and reminds him that he may wish he’d talked once the Feds get their hands on Pedro.
Antonio meets Sebastian somewhere, and despite all the other important stuff going on, what he’s most worried about is that Sara won’t talk to him. Sebas asks where Isa got the info she passed on to Uribe, but Antonio doesn’t care–the damage is done. Sebas still thinks it might be important. Antonio gets a text from the auditor, Germán Sosa, with his phone number.