We’re still crying over Simon. I mean they! The characters! Not…oh, who am I kidding. The sad caravan heads back to San Gaspar.
Conchita has the worst long distance trip home imaginable, stuck in a car with both Tomás and Michael. How she survived it, I will never know, but the next day Tomás comes by with her payout for the bust of Rick. Oh and her grandkids are happy she is back.
Natalia found the preliminary results and ran out of Isa’s bedroom, but the only other scene we see her in today has nothing to do with them!!
Antonio talks Sebastian into going to watch Simon’s return from space. Sure, Sara doesn’t really want him around (nor does anyone in her family), but how often does a rocket landing happen in San Gaspar?
Sofia and Federico visit Rogelio. For some reason they’re placed in the room adjacent to the one where (undercover) Gavilán is visiting Domingo, and everyone can see each other through the glass. Federico takes this opportunity to cause trouble by telling a guard that there’s a member of Domingo’s crew in the prison.
Diane is unhappy about two things.
1. She only agreed to have a house guest for a week and now Dylan is saying it’s indefinite because Rebeca won’t have a steady income she can use to rent her own place.
2. Rebeca won’t have a steady income because “being an informant” is not a job that actually pays money on a regular basis (unless you’re Salomon, and even he complains about how long it takes to get paid) and it keeps her too busy to get a job with a regular paycheck.
Duarte rescues Bibiana, but she’s shot during the rescue. Despite surgery, she slips into a coma. After several days, the doctors declare that she is brain dead and ask Duarte to think about taking her off life support.
Welcome to the sexist extravaganza that was Wednesday night's episode.
Gets beat up by the guy from the warehouse for sticking him with the cocaine bananas. Totally lied about it later and said “nothing” happened. Then decided to say it was a mugging.
This is the start of 1-hour episodes, which looks like it's continuing into the foreseeable future.
Suddenly makes headway with Rick when her grandsons come to visit. Maybe it was their names–Ronald and Wilson–that got his attention. She and Rick start spending time together and even manage to win a dance contest, despite neither of them really knowing how to dance. He may be reconsidering wanting company on those long, lonely trips to Mexico.
Conchita still can’t find a job, so Tomás sends her to a retirement community to spy on a guy who makes frequent, short trips to Mexico. Conchita totally has it going on when it comes to guys close to the age of her grandsons. Younger guys love Conchita. She’s like their surrogate grandma, and that dotty old lady routine? They just eat it up.