Mexican Aspiring Chefs are Oh So Blond!

Meet the cast of Univision’s newest novela, Querida Enemiga, yet another Televisa refried production, starring Mexico’s 0.009% blond population.

But don’t be fooled by these people’s looks. Their lives are real complex and must undergo a series of tough obstacles to find happiness. Check it out:

Lorena and Sara were raised together in an orphanage, and even though they have totally different personalities, they love each other as sisters. Lorena’s greatest wish is to become a chef, and so, one day she says goodbye to the nuns that raised her and leaves to study cuisine in Mexico City. That same day, the Mother Superior discovers that Sara has stolen all the funds of the orphanage. When she confronts Sara, she suffers a heart attack and dies. Sara runs with her lover and accomplice Chalo, the driver of the orphanage. To erase all trace of her presence, she steals her file and Lorena’s. When she reads them, she learns that she was found in the garbage dump, but Lorena was abandoned in the orphanage without explanation by her grandmother, the millionaire Hortensia Armendariz. Sara’s first impulse is to find Lorena and help her confront her grandmother and demand her rights, but then she reconsiders her options and decides to usurp her place in the Armendariz gastronomic empire.”

Man! This plot is making me hungry, and depressed.

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3 Responses to Mexican Aspiring Chefs are Oh So Blond!

  1. elconejo says:

    It’s always about the Poder, no.

  2. Barrrington says:

    I’m willing to make a bet on exactly how it will all end… these novelas are so predictable.

  3. Norma says:

    I was in San Antonio about 15 years ago, and that’s where I first noticed that the face of Spanish television was very Spanish, as in Spain. Even in our hotel, the desk clerks and management who were bi-lingual white–the maids and restaurant staff were brown. On only saw black janitors at the airport.

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