Over at the apartment, Hernan and Mariana are sharing a beer and talking about the clinics that Hernan wants to open with the help of Leonardo. Mariana would like to volunteer her time and help because she thinks that what they’re doing is really important and she would like to be a part of it.
From there they talk about how Mariana used to dress like a Russian farmer and she tells Hernan that Frank (her mom’s husband) used to call her “Little Miss Misfit” because she never fit into the role that was expected of her.
Hernan says that he can relate to the whole notion of not fitting in and that even though she was only a little girl when he left, he still felt like she was the only one who understood him. He then launches into a monologue about how he never fit into his expected roles either and could never worry about the things his friends worried about – big salaries and new cars – because he was always too aware and preoccupied with the terrible things happening in the world.
Hernan: Tell you what. If you won’t accept my last name, I’ll accept yours: Mr. Misfit.
Over at the Bad Place, Julia is asking Armando whether this dirty guilt is how he always felt after sleeping around on her.
Julia: I guess it was true when you told me that you couldn’t control yourself.
Sigh. I would like to buy a first class, one-way ticket out of this storyline. Who’s with me?
Armando says that the only thing that can’t be controlled between them is their Feeeelings. Julia insists she’s with Mariana and that she can’t do this to her.
Um, a little late for that, Julia.
But back to the feelings. Does Julia love Mariana more? Is he just a piece of meat to her? Does she just want him for his buttcrack?
Armando, what are you doing trying to get Julia to give clear answers? Have you met her? Julia doesn’t know. She doesn’t know what she feels. She’s … what’s that word again? Oh, yes. Confused.
Armando: Are you going to tell her what happened between us?
She’s not sure. She first has to figure out what’s going on with her and Armando.
Over at Casa Wilson Torres, Mariana and Hernan are still talking about being misfits which leads Mariana to wonder if there’s a place where misfits like them fit in. Hernan tells her to write the word “misfit” on a post-it note.
It turns out that two of them have the almost the exact same handwriting. How cute!
And so we end with a happy Mariana, who doesn’t yet know that her bff-slash-love just spent the day rubbing uglies with whats-his-face. Oh, blissful ignorance.
It’s going to be a long, painful ride to Happily Ever After. But we’ll make it.