Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: “The Mistakes Of The Aztecs!” https://anchor.fm/karen-kerbis/episodes/The-Mistakes-Of-The-Aztecs-e5022r
Are you watching “Falsa Identidad” on Telemundo?
Because it’s a lot of fun, plus you could learn a lot about the law! Which is basically the opposite of law school.
So Circe and her friend wanted to scare the Battle-Axe on the right, I guess because she’s about to expose Camila and Diego for stealing her identity.
Part of her identity is being mean and unpleasant, but remember that Diego and Camila were on the run from the even more mean and unpleasant Gavino when Diego’s Brother The Mayor and his Guy El Salas gave Camila her identity. (If Diego has The Mean Woman’s Husband’s Identity, he will want to get out of that relationship right away!)
So Circe and her friend dressed up like maids to pay a visit to the REAL Camila to “scare” her.
I’ll be honest- if Circe showed up in my hotel room I’d be terrified, and I’d double my tip.
Circe’s co-worker accidentally on purpose killed the woman by stabbing her in the neck.
They dragged her into the shower and left her to be found, thinking it would look like a suicide, because I guess in Circe’s world, people frequently stab themselves in the neck to avoid talking to her, her father and/or Joselito.
Well, The Real Camila was found by her friend on the left, and even though all he did was find her, he was promptly arrested for Murder!
As a former prosecutor, if the standard for proof is that low, I would love to be a Prosecutor in Novelaville! I might have won more often!
But I’ll tell you what: If the standard for proof is that low, remind me to never tell the police about any dead bodies I may come across in my travels.
This poor guy is now charged with Murder!
I want to be his lawyer and here is why: It’s SUPER easy apparently!
When this guy asked the detective for his lawyer, the detective stopped questioning him, which is very good behavior by the detective.
When he returned to the Interrogation Room a few minutes later, the prisoner asked “Where’s my lawyer??”
The detective took the lawyer’s card out of his pocket, with a message to the prisoner on the back of the card that told him to “Plead Guilty to Avoid The Death Penalty.”
If lawyers here see this bit, they will be ordering new business cards by the truckload! 😂😂😂😂
Join me on my journey learning Spanish from telenovelas on Telemundo!! I’m about to move to Mexico City!!
It’s very tough to say goodbye to the great SuperCrazyNarcoNovela “Senora Acero,” on Telemundo, but sadly, this is the last season!!
Please join me for a trip down Bad Memory Lane in my latest article for Latin Connection Magazine, a tribute to five seasons of madness in Señora Acero!!
Saying goodbye to the crew is like being at a super fun party with your best friends, who are the perfect combination of good looks and terrible judgement!!
The magazine is available on line, and here’s the article!
@LatinConnection is all about living the Latino lifestyle in the USA, and in addition to my Telenovela news, there is a lot more news you can use!!
First, I was his fan,
and then I was his friend,
and now Jose Ignacio Valenzuela, aka José Ignacio “Chascas” Valenzuela, has asked me to share his presentation of his thriller “To The End Of The World” at City Lit Books in Chicago on October 6, at 5:00 p.m.!!
Who am I???
I’m #lagringanovelera, also known as Karen Kerbis, a Chicago prosecutor learning Spanish from telenovelas and writing about them every day!
How did a Chilean author & I find each other?
Come to City Lit Books at 2523 North Kedzie Avenue, in the heart of Chicago’s Logan Square, to hear our presentation of Jose’s first book to be translated into English, “To The End Of The World,” and you’ll learn the answer to that mystery!!
See you there!!!