Saturday, April 14, 2012
Abismo #25 04.13.12
I don’t know what the next scene is about. Forgive me. I haven’t watched a telenovela weeks and I am very rusty! My cc isn’t working that well and I am helpless without it. I’m guessing the dialog. If I’m wrong….PLEASE CORRECT ME! In the kitchen is a man name Braulio who is wearing a black and white plaid shirt with a lovely snake-skin neckerchief. Tacky. Just tacky. He wants to know where Vincente, his son is. Tona, the female, says that she thinks the boy went to the plaza. Tona is making tea for Alphonsia, who is sick. Braulio leaves to search for the boy.
After learning that Tona is taking the tea to his mother, Damien takes the tea and tells her that he will deliver it to his mother.
Vincente is in the plaza smoking a cigarette with some friends when he is discovered by a friend of the family who is wearing some sort of Mumu. As she begins to yell at him, Vincente’s friends abandon him. Braulio arrives and starts yelling at his son, but the woman lies about why Vincente is there. His father tells him to go back home and help his mother. Vincente turns and gives the woman a big thank you smile. During this scene, it becomes very obvious that Braulio is extremely attracted to the woman in the Mumu. In order to break the sexual tension happening between the two of them, the chick in the Mumu stops her friend Horacio (who happens to be walking by) and pretends that they have plans together. She grabs his arm and he escorts her away.
Damien and his mother are lounging in bed together. He wants to know what’s wrong with her. He’s such a good son. So attentive to his mother. I should show this scene to my son. She tells him that she sad. He’s going to Mexico in the morning. He’s got work to do. Whatever their talking about, it must be very important because extremely intense orchestra music is playing in the background. She wants him to stay another day or two for her. He says he’s got stuff to do in Mexico.
In the next scene, Elisa is hanging up her white dress. You remember! It’s the cute one that she was wearing when her father slapped the taste out of her mouth for daring to be at engagement party. After hanging up her party dress, she picks up a music box and the sound of the music brings on a flashback scene of her as a child with her mother. I think she asks her mother why she’s an only child. Because we only wanted one, says her mother. Oh my gosh! I’ve only been watching this show since Monday and since Monday, this chick has cried every day. Either I missed a lot or she’s premenstrual. She says something is her fault. I really don’t care what it is because I’ve decided she’s a whiner and I don’t like her.
Horacio and the chick wearing the Mumu are finishing their meal in a restaurant. Horacio asks her about her relationship with Braulio. She discounts the relationship because he’s married. The waitress hands Horacio the check, but he doesn’t have enough money. The chick in the Mumu pays the bill. Horacio is quite the catch.
Oh, this might be interesting. Tropicana visits Paloma and threatens her. If she opens her mouth about what she witnessed at Dr. Whipped’s office bad things will happen. She may have told her that it would look bad for Elisa if everyone found out that both her mother and her aunt slept around on her father. It would destroy him. Tropicana even threatens her grandma with a ‘’terrible accident”. Grandma walks in just then. Commercial.
At Dr. Whipped’s home, Agosto and Dr. Whipped discuss the upcoming paternity test. Whipped looks extremely uncomfortable. I don’t know if it’s because he feel’s guilty about sleeping with Agosto’s wife or if it’s because he is going to falsify the paternity test for Tropicana. Agosto also wants to know about the tests that Tropicana took. Whipped discusses Tropicana with the Agosto. Let me just say that this is a clear, ethical and legal violation of her rights. Someone should alert the American Medical Association and have him disbarred or de-doctored! Tropicana, we learn, is suffering from depression, but has recently trying to work on her marriage. Whipped says the results should take about 15 days. I don’t know if he was talking about the DNA test or Tropicana’s tests. Hmmmmm. Begona, Whipped’s wife comes out to tell Agosto goodbye.
Gabino and Horacio meet somewhere. I was wrong. I guess Horacio is a gentleman after all. He tells Gabino a woman had to pay the bill. He needs a job. He wasn’t happy about that. He tells Gabino that he was looking for him earlier, but couldn’t find him.
Damien tells his fiancé, Florencia that he wants to stay some additional days with his mother because she’s not feeling well. His mother asked him to stay and he’s not going to deny the request. In the process of packing, Florencia protests. She tells him that he thinks about everyone else but her. He asks her to stay there with him, and then he tries to seduce her with a kiss (in real life, that only works on men).
Tropicana and Elisa are somewhere outside near a big tree. It’s late, but Tropicana’s boobs are still out, still fake and still big. Tropicana asks Elisa if she has spoken with Agosto. She informs Elisa that her father wants her to accompany him to Whipped’s office in the morning. Elisa tells Tropicana that she is very worried about Tropicana’s health. She said that her health is what the visit is all about. When Tropicana turns to leave, Elisa stops her and asks what she told her father. She is referring to the night that her Agosto, slapped the tastes buds off of her tongue at the engagement party. Remember? It’s the night she was wearing the white dress and Damien molested her in the horse stable. The horse stable with one horse. Anyway, Elisa wanted to know how Tropicana knew where she would be. I think Tropicana told her that Paolo Laducci told her where he’d seen her or something like that. Tropicana tells Elisa to find a husband because she tired of supporting her. They are going to Whipped’s office in the morning. Elisa goes back home and Tropicana looks pleased.
Elisa is walking home when she is stopped by Gabino. He’s insults her father (yeah, that will impress a girl), so she slaps him. Don Lucio, her godfather comes to her aid, and Gabino gives him a good beat down. Lucio is bloodied and unconscious lying in the grass. His wife thinks he’s dead and screeches out his name. Commericial.
Gabino stands patiently by whilst the women try to assist Lucio.
Damien and Florencia tell her father (Guido) that they will stay a little while longer because Damien’s mother isn’t feeling well. Seriously, my son’s name is Erik. Get him a copy of this episode. This is how sons should feel about their mothers. Anyways, Florencia and Damien are practically sitting on top of one another. They hold hands and present themselves as one unit and one mind to her father. She caresses her fiancé’s cheeks and chest. He father wants Florencia to leave with him. Florencia explains that she and Damien want to stay together. She prompts Damien to say something in agreement. “Verdad, mi amor?” Damien clears his throat and struggles to get the word “si” out as if some is strangling him. He lies and says that his mother would love to have Florencia stay with them. That lie required all of the strength and acting ability that he could muster up. He’s just a straight man who wants to hang around him momma and if Elisa happens to be in town and accidentally falls into his bed while he’s taking care of his momma, he was only doing what a good son should do. He didn’t actually say that, but I’m sure that’s what he was thinking. Her dad says that people will talk and he doesn’t want to her reputation ruined. Damien doesn’t look like the type of guy that any girl could want to stay a virgin around for too long. I think her father has missed that boat. She assures him that she will be safe. Guido leaves and Damien thanks her for staying. They will only be there for two more weeks and she makes him promise that they will not be apart.
A terrified Elisa bangs on Whipped’s door. Begona, the doctor’s wife, upset about the banging, opens the door. Without asking Elisa why she's knocking like that, (I think) Begona tells her that this is a decent house and instructs her on how to knock on a door. Basically Elisa tells her that this is no time to lecture her about her family. She demands to speak to Whipped! After hearing the shouting, Whipped appears. Elisa vomits out the entire story! Gabina whupped up on her godfather! She begs him to come with her. Where is he? Blocks away and her godmother is afraid! Hmmmm. She’s run “blocks away!” No one called the ambulance yet? While the Whipped hurries to get his bag, Begona asks if it’s true that Gabino Mendoza beat down a defenseless geezer. Elisa confirms the story. Whipped returns with is bag, but no car keys or saddle (so I assume he doesn’t have a horse) or anything that would assist him in getting to the patient quicker than on his two feet. Neither the doctor, his wife, Elisa or don Lucio’s wife has called an ambulance as far as I can tell. The doctor has chosen to run “blocks away” as well. Certainly, by now, don Lucio is seeing the pearly gates of heaven.
Paloma’s abuela wants to know why Tropicana was in her house. OK, I am just going to throw this out there. If you don’t agree with me, please let me know. Is the actress that plays abuela on the wrong show or did the make-up people make a mistake? Clearly she looks like an extra from the Planet of the Apes. Don’t judge me! Rewind the tape and look closely at her costume. OK, forgive me. Back to the recap. Grandma knows that whatever the reason for Tropicana's visit, it can’t be a good one. Paloma keeps her mouth shut.
Tropicana has obviously taken some etiquette and poise classes, because in the next scene, we see her sitting in a chair like a tramp. Her mother taught her well. OK, she was in the privacy of her own bedroom, but I don’t want to see all of that. She and Agosto discuss the upcoming paternity test. He tells her that he went over to Whipped’s house to stress the importance of the test. He also tells her that he and the doctor discussed the results of her test. Agosto is concerned about Whipped…he seems so insecure and restless. He wants to help his friend in any way that he can. Whipped has done a lot for the family, he says. Tropicana tries to change the subject by tempting him with sex. He rebuffs her and tells her that he has to take a shower first. Gosh, he is so spontaneous. Now I know why his philly has been jumping the fence.
In the next scene, Paolo tells Guido that he wants to stay with Florencia. He doesn’t want to go back with Guido. I may have misunderstood this, but I think back at home, Paolo was accused of messing with or violating an underage girl. He says it’s his word against hers and then there was something about a son. He swears on the memory of their parents that he never messed with the girl. Guido doesn’t understand why his brother wants to stay in that one horse town if the allegations aren’t true. Paolo says various reasons. He may want to get a job or something. Guido smells a rat. He reminds Paolo has been mooching off of him for years. He points out that Paolo doesn’t like to work. He is employed by Guido and gets paid for doing nothing. Paolo agrees and tells him that that’s exactly the reason he wants to change. He’s tired of living off of Guido. He’s gonna try to get a job in the morning. He asks his brother to give him a chance and let him show him that he’s changed. I think Guido tells Paolo that he has to do well because he will be on his own there. Commercial.
At the hospital, Elisa is trying to comfort her Godmother. I supposed that someone finally called the ambulance to pick him up. Elisa blames herself, but Godmother says the blame lies on Gabino. He’s always hated Don Lucio. She promises to make Gabino pay for this. A nurse comes out to get Elisa and shows her into an examination room. Elisa wants to know how Don Lucio is doing. The nurse tells her that the Whipped is on his way. Whipped enters the room and tells her that Don Lucio is getting X-rayed or something. He wants to know her blood type. He tells her that he has to take her blood because Don Lucio may need a transfusion if he has to have surgery. He wants to see if she’s compatible. He tosses her into a chair and he is going to draw the samples himself. He promises not to hurt her. She looks concerned about the size of the needle.
Tropicana is at home in bed. She is worried because she needs the blood of Elisa. She’s been lying for years and wants Agosto to continue to believe that Elisa is not his.
Back at the doctor’s office, Whipped completes the blood draw and writes Elisa’s name on the vial.
Tropicana jumps Agosto, the sex machine, as soon as he enters the bedroom. He wants to stop and lock the door. She assures him that they are completely alone in the house. I don’t agree with adultery, but I’m starting to understand why another farmer plows his with his mule.
Back at the hospital, the doctor tells Elisa and her godmother that the X-rays went well, but Don Lucio is still in a coma. They will have to wait to see what happens. Godmother is having a nervous breakdown in the waiting room. The doctor tells Elisa to try to keep her calm. Godmother tells Elisa to go home and get some rest. Elisa refuses to leave her, but agrees to call home.
Gael tells the priest that he is going to start working for Agosto again. The priest tells him how proud he is of him. Gael goes to bed and reminds the priest to turn out the church lights.
Guido visits Alfonsina (Damien’s mother) bedroom. She has been pretending to be sick and jumps into the bed, fully made up with jewelry and her shoes on. Guido gets hops on the bed with her. This is the strangest custom I have ever seen. Everyone has been in her bed today. He has come to tell her that he is going back to Mexico in the morning. He tells her that his entire family is gonna stay at her house. She’s say’s really…it’s not necessary that everybody and your dog remain at my house. He agrees, but tells her that Paolo wants a job. She says that he will begin work tomorrow.
While the priest is turning out the lights, a woman named Ingrid enters the church and introduces herself as Gaels mother.
Sorry. It’s been a while. I am very rusty.
Great episode last night! Gaels mom returns--didn't see that coming! She obviously knows the Padre, from years ago when she abandoned her son?
I'm hoping that Gabino putting Lucio in a coma (and nice "punch and run", sleaze bag!) will be enough of an impetus for Damian to step up, fire Gabinos a** and take over the company.
And just when Carmean-a cant sink any lower...she does, in the midst of her seducing Disgusto, she works in that Elisa is out with her boyfriend, Paolo!? She doesn't even know when she's lying.
So when the doc fakes the paternity test, will Elisa and Damian think they're half sibs? How many obstacles are these star-crossed lovers going to have thrown at them?
Wow, the last scene blew me away. Somebody mentioned before that Isabella Camil was going to be in this one, but I was shocked to see her show up as Gael's mom.
Katy, you pose a lot of good questions. Your comment about Carmina, that she doesn't even know when she's lying, I think is spot on. That girl's not right.
Busy day and I gotta dash, but I'll try to check in later.
Loved all the scenes with Lola tonight. She milks every bit of sweet integrity possible out of that role. What an actress!
Was hoping the early take of Elisa's blood means the doc is going to play it straight. But that would be too much to ask for, right?
Looking forward to your recap Cynderella.
But did not think Gael's mom would be someone we hadn't seen yet. Nice! How much I am looking forward to a scene with Padre, Gael and maybe, is it Ingrid, when Gael gets the news. Acting class will be in session I'm betting if that happens...
Is there ANY day when Highlights isn't "randy"? Gees woman...
Need to dislike Paolo, need to dislike Paolo...darn, why did they have to get someone so eye-appealing? He just doesn't have that Gab-fibe that makes you dislike him.
Alfi and Guido sittin' in a tree...er...bed...looks like there may be "joining" of the families after all?
And who enunciates and speaks so clearly! I love to listen to him. I never have trouble understanding him, so he's welcome on any episode I recap. :-)
Best line award goes to:
"I don’t agree with adultery, but I’m starting to understand why another farmer plows his with his mule."
“Whatever their talking about, it must be very important because tense orchestra music is playing in the background.”
“I’ve only been watching this show since Monday and…this chick has cried every day.”
“He tries to seduce her with a kiss (in real life, that only works on men).”
“He’s just a straight man who wants to hang around his momma and if Elisa happens to be in town and accidentally falls into his bed while he’s taking care of his momma…”
“Guido hops on the bed with her. This is the strangest custom I have ever seen. Everyone has been in her bed today.”
Gael's Mom! Guau! Wasn't ready for that! And isn't it Pathetic Paloma from "Teresa"...?
Paolo knocked up Kenia and he's not trying to go back to Mex. City to face the music
Padre Lupe knew who Gael's parents were all along (99.44% chance that Rosendo IS Gael's daddy)
Augusto wants to have a more normal marriage relationship with Carmina (sad face from Edmundo)
Begona seems to be nastier to Elisa than Alfonsina is. Is this because she's sucking up to Alfie or sees Elisa as a competitor to Sabrina?
Carmina implied that Elisa is screwing Paolo and she & Disgusto could be left with a little "surprise" if Augusto doesn't put a stop to it
Elisa loves her daddy far more than he loves her (that's why she slapped Gabino for calling him mediocre)
Carmina will see the vial with "Elisa Castanon" on it and tamper w/it in some way (thus Edmundo wont be at fault when the results come back wrong)
Gael's mother Ingrid looks very elegant, like she's been living in the city. Something's brought her back to town, and I doubt seriously it was Gael.
Ingrid is fair and elegant....like Estefania.
If Ingrid WAS Rosendo's lover and Alfonsina knew about her (remember Alfie mentioned once about Rosendo's other women), this could be why Alfie had this hatred of Estefania..........
....FAIR women were Rosendo's TYPE. (Carmina)
Florencia is fair as well but Florencia & her family were nowhere near La Ermita when Rosendo was carrying on plus she's "friends" with Florencia's daddy...Flo momma is dead.
Sara, i'm also trying so hard not to like little brother with the bum's morals but omg, he ishandsome and well spoken. What to do??
Anon207- I love how you break down what we've learned each episode.
We still don't know what the doc will do with the DNA test results. Did he get the blood to do what Augie wants, or what Carmina wants?
I still don't think Guido is a bad guy. He could so easily marry Alfie. She is putting out all the signals. But he respectfully keeps his distance and keeps things from getting romantic. He also seemed to believe his brother when he swore on their dead parents. Obviously he doesn't realize that his brother really is that shameless. Kenia might just have to wait till the baby is born to do a DNA test. Guido would still end up being the one to pay the child support. She can't expect anything from Paulo.
Surely, when Damian learns what Gabino did to Lucio he will fire his butt and take over the business- meaning his stay in town will be permanent. Flo will not be happy.
I had a big chuckle when Alfie hopped back in bed, fully made up and dressed, to pretend to be sick.
Well, well. Gael's mama has shown up. Fair, as we thought she'd be. But far more elegant and citified than I'd pictured. This will shake things up.
It’s late, but Tropicana’s boobs are still out, still fake and still big.
Tropicana has obviously taken some etiquette and poise classes, because in the next scene, we see her sitting in a chair like a tramp. Her mother taught her well.
She's some piece of work but I'm upset that Paloma is afraid of her. She should ask Ramona to put a curse on her and maybe those implants would deflate during her next tryst with the horny doc.
Begonia truly has no soul. To have no concern for a respected senior like Lucio demonstrates she'd take an opportunity to sell her own children to the highest bidder.
Paolo is a total creep. Castration would benefit him immensely.
Does someone understand exactly what Tropicana threatened Paloma with, other than her grandmothers potential accident? I can't believe Paloma is keeping quiet. And why didn't she run straight to Elisa with the news? Does no one have a cell phone?! How about a text: omg ur step mom is a ho!!! That's all it would have taken!
William Levy is on the cover of People magazine looking amazing. Looks like his crossover to the US market is a success!
Cynderella this was great!! I'd say you were rust-free. Lot of your great lines were already noted. But have to say, love your Dr. Whipped and Tropicana nick-names.
Looks like a major shake-up in leaders and workers at the old processing plant...this should prove interesting.
Nobody ever calls an ambulance in TelenovelaLand. I have seen people fall one or two stories off a building and then loaded into the back seat of a taxi.
I don't think La Ermita has a police department, either, or there would be a cop at the hospital and they would be pressing charges.
Wow, when Sabine M. Has no eye make up on, like when she was talking to Disgusto last night, her eyes are gorgeous. Makes you wonder what she'd look like with her normal hair color, no spray on tan and no sneer or bug eyes. I bet stunning!
I liked the line "Damian and his mother are lounging in bed together". And that Planet of the Apes comparison was hilarious! She would look better, and I feel it would fit the character better if she had long gray hair. That dark dye is hardening her face.
R la O
And yeah, Gael's mom is pathetic Paloma from Teresa. Can this role be considered an upgrade, mmmm. At least Angelique won't go make fun of her if she is on her deathbed.
Katy, I think Sabine Moussier is very pretty, I wish she would drop her fake tan.
to Sabine as a teacher on a teen show back in 1997. It's a very short moment but I think that's the most natural I could found her.
I also remember thinking she was very pretty in María Isabel as Mireya, one of the most hated characters of all time for several generations. Although I guess I like to go against the flow since I've always liked her in every incarnation.
She does have a good head of hair. Maybe she doesn't have extensions after all? If so, what did the brush get stuck in?
I definitely like Sabine's natural look better. I find the tangled mass, orange tint, over-done eyes and bizarre, shiny lip color (which reminds me of a burn victim for some reason)very distracting.
If you page down, the first one in the right-hand column -- where she has short, dark hair -- is really pretty. The ones with her smoking in the spider-woman dress are really unflattering.
-orange and black halter top under the Guillain-Barre heading
-under Suing the Paparazzi where her hair is slicked back and her eyes are so gorgeous
-almost to the bottom where she is in the middle of a big laugh
Those smoking ones with the catwoman dress made out of tinsel.
Me toca a mí again on Tuesday, and I'm praying I don't get the episode where Eliza notices Flo wearing the amulet. I don't think I can take any more stricken looks.
Rosemary La Otra and Blue Lass: I hadn't had the chance to read anyone else's recaps prior to writing this one. So technically, I did come up with it on my own and did not plagerize. Great minds think alike. Couldn't you all tell that I didn't know who the heck these people were or what was motivating them? I seriously hadn't watched any episodes until Monday. I was just so shocked when I saw how incredibly ORANGE that her skin is. You will be pleased to know that last night I sat down and read all of the recaps and AUDREY...now I have to apologize for calling Ms. Elisa whiner. From what I've read so far, this is a pretty good soap. I haven't been able to "put the book (recaps) down!" This telenovela is facinating!
Yes Carmeany is one of those characters that almost never tells the truth. If she pulls off this paternity scam, I don't want to imagine what the Toad will do to Elisa. He's already the worst father I've encountered in TN land.
This TN is shaping up really well, although I had a hard time getting into it until the kids turned into adults. We have quite a few good enunciators, beautiful cinematography, and a pretty horsey. Oh, and gratuitous shirtlessness (or near-shirtlessness)for all persuasions. What's not to like?
I don't know why I am so attached to this but I DO NOT want Carmeany to successfully switch the paternity tests. I know, I know, it has the usual dramatic potential, but I want asshat Augusto to start feeling like an idiot for believing every vile canard ever said about Estfania.
Karen, I think you said he is the worst parent you have seen in TN land. There have been many, but I understand what you mean. I saw Camacho interviewed on this part and he said he does not think that Augusto is bad, just wrong. I think I get the distinction that he is trying to make for us, but I don't buy it. The tyranny of the 'weak' and the hostility of martyrs can wreck terrible havoc in people's lives.
Loved the 'blocks away' and no ambulance, no car, not even a horse and Lucio is knocking in the pearly gates of heaven...
and also like UA I loved
It’s late, but Tropicana’s boobs are still out, still fake and still big.
LOVED the Tropicana and Dr Whipped nicknames! I also laughed at Elisa's facial expresion at the size of the needle.. LOL!
Snakes don't have lips. Ji ji :)
I love Padre and Gael scenes. Rene and Mark are perfectly cast for these roles. I often wonder as I watch if the two of them if they discuss and plan each scene with each other and how they will play it. Am I making sense?
i have to say i LOVED the last scene of Gael and Padre Lupe before Padre goes to the church.
with Padre telling Gael that going back to work with Augusto speaks very well of him, and that if his parents were alive they would be very proud of him, and Gael responding that if Padre Lupe feels that way (proud of him) he is happy with that. sooooo nice...
I don't know why but this reminded me of a scene in the Zorro movies where Diego brings money to the Padre for the poor and lets him know he is Zorro, and the padre says he is very proud of him...
(my fav version is with Tyronne Power)
and Sara, I totally agree with you. I have loved almost EVERYTHING Rene Casados has done and Mark T has a good amount of acting studying before he even took his first lead role in LHDM, besides having a natural gift for comedy timing, facial and body expression and sensitivity. Their chemistry together is off the charts so we can't help but be drawn to them in their scenes.
Blue - Haha "snakes don't have lips". Good one.
Marta - My MIL was in luuuurrve with Tyrone Power. Hence, Tyrone is my husband and son's middle name.
UA - Yes, you've listed other really bad parents but they are all murderers (I think, I'm not familiar with them all) and usually irrational. While the Toad hasn't killed anyone physically, he has tried to cause great damage, a kind of spiritual/emotional death, to his daughter. It's that every day viciousness that kills the soul. That's why I rank him with the worst b/c he's not supposed to be bad but he is.
take a look at this. Doesn't Tyrone Power remind you of Jorge Enrique Abello (YSBLF, CostenayCachaco, ACA)?
When romance novelist Barbara Cartland was asked how she could write such steamy books while still a virgin, she answered, "We didn't need sex. We had Tyrone Power".
Very good point, Karen. As far as the murderer villains, i have Federico Rivero (abrazame mf) right up there (Cesar Evora's masterful villain role).
R la O, I always understand Lucio and Blanca. I think they are real pros who know how to enunciate. Gabino is the hardest to understand.
Jarocha and Blue Lass, thanks for the links on Sabine. In the video, did I see Mayrin Villanueva as one of the students? Sabine looks fantastic and normal there.
Atilio Montenegro (of Mariana de la Noche, also Cesar Evora) was the same kind of perv.
Gabriela Elizondo and Rosario Pedraza were soul-sucking vampires, the former guilty of attempted murder. The rest are guilty of these things and murder as well.
It wasn't a novela, every episode was usually a stand alone although they did follow a logic timeline. I think every actor in Televisa at the time made an appearance at one point or another.
Did anyone notice that Lolita's braids were redone between the scene where she covered for Vicente and when she was at the restaurant with Horacio? When she covered for Vicente her hair was in regular braids and some her hair was starting to come out of the braid. For the restaurant scene her hair had been re-braided in French braids and not a hair was out of place. I've seen little difference in the actors' appearances from scene to scene in various TNs (not just this one) quite a bit...even from shot to shot for some people. I wonder if the TN people think us viewers won't notice these things?
"Oh and Altair. I have a little trouble with her."
You mean to tell me that she actually speaks too?
Thanks for that clip Jarocha... I spotted an old friend.
The girl in the peach colored dress with that innocent smile is Coni (Laisha Wilkins from Gancho) one of my all time favorite TN cuties.
Carlos, I noticed your girl Laisha in that clip, as well as Mayrin from Familia.