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rebeca: i thinkit would be a good idea
if you talked to amador.i think that's the least
he deserves after so many yearsof friendship, don't you think?
alonso: yes, yes, i'll do that,but i don't want
to talk about it anymore.can we have dinner?
rebeca: of course.i'll tell nora and lucía
to have dinner.alonso: um--lucía's not here.
she left with nazarioto the factory to check
i don't know whatin the catalog.
rebeca: oh, the catalog.well, let me tell you
that i still don't agreeon the fact that lucía works
with you.alonso: oh, that again?
rebeca: yes, that again.tell me something, alonso!
are you thinking aboutleaving your business to lucía?
alonso: why do you ask that?rebeca: because i want to know
where nora would be standingif something happened to you.
alonso: your distrustoffends me!
lucía, nora, and youwould be really protected!
rebeca: okay, okay, stop, stop!you shouldn't react like this!
you're so upset about amador.you should solve that at once.
marcelo.yes, yes, tell me.
lucía: nazario,i think you should have
a watchman for the factory.nazario: we had one years ago.
he died because he was old.and your dad decided
not to hire another one.in fact, he was right
because it wasn't necessary.lucía: luckily,
but the truth istimes have changed.
nazario: yes, you're right.hey, what--area is exactly
the one you want to see?lucía: actually, i don't know,
but something niceto take pictures
for the catalog.nazario: okay, all right.
let's see.and we can decide there.
you don't know how glad i ambecause you've finally decided
to work with your dad.lucía: oh, no, nazario,
but it's just temporaryuntil i find something else.
nazario: why?do you think
all this is too little?lucía: too little?
i think it's too much, nazario.nazario: look, your dad needs
trustworthy peoplein the factory,
specially now that amador zúñigais leaving.
lucía: what?nazario: yes, there was
a problem right herethis morning
that forced him to leave.look, um--
we were arguingabout an inventory
that wasn't made, um--i gave him my opinion,
he didn't like that,he went aggressive
and who do you thinkthat defended me
by giving him a good punchin the face?
nazario: [laughs]marcelo escalante.
lucía: seriously?nazario: seriously.
well, i'll turn the lights onhere, in the yard
so that you can seewhat you want
to take pictures of.wait for me here.
[clears throat]oh, lalo.
nazario!nazario, get out of there!
nazario: lucía.there's a fire extinguisher
on the wall on your right!bring it!
lucía: [coughs]nazario: [coughs]
nazario: get out of here, honey.lucía: no!
nazario: [coughs]for god's sake,
get away from here!lucía: no!
nazario, i don't wantto leave you here!
nazario: get out of here,please!
lucía: i'll ask for help,nazario!
nazario: [coughs]lucía: [gasps]
lucía: marcelo!help me, please.
marcelo: what happened?lucía: there's a fire
at the warehouse.and my godfather's burning!
[coughs]lucía: please, take care!
marcelo: nazario!nazario: [coughs]
marcelo: nazario!lucía: answer, please!
marcelo: nazario!lucía: get him out of there!
marcelo: there has to bea fire extinguisher over here.
lucía: i've already used it,but it wasn't enough.
marcelo: nazario!lucía: please, please, save him.
marcelo: take it.call the firemen
and an ambulance!lucía: [gasps]
[coughs]marcelo: what are you
waiting for?!the fire's expanding!
miss, there's a fireat gaxiola's talavera factory.
yes, yes, yes.1230 madero boulevard, please!
there's a persontrapped in the fire.
you have to send an ambulance![gasps]
what are you going to do?marcelo: stay here.
don't you dare to go in.lucía: god, save him.
amador: hey.brígida: oh, i'm sorry.
i didn't mean to scare you.amador: what?
why do you wake me up?brígida: alonso's
in the living room.he says he want to talk to you.
will you receive himor do i tell him to go?
amador: no, no.i'll be there in a minute.
marcelo: nazario.lucía: tell me he's fine,
please.tell me he's fine.
marcelo: it's all right.lucía: [gasps]
lucía: nazario.marcelo: nazario.
nazario: [coughs]lucía: nazario.
nazario, can you hear me?why doesn't he answer? why?
marcelo: i don't know,i don't know!
[ambulance siren]lucía: [cries] nazario.
i'm sorry.amador: i was told
you wanted to see me.alonso: yes.
i'm here to offer you an apologyfor the way i treated you.
amador: oh.well, you humiliated me
in front of all the staff.i don't know if an apology
is enough,no matter
whether you want to dissolvethe partnership or not,
i think we've been friendsfor a lot of years and--
you treated me like a criminal.alonso: yes, yes. i feel so bad
about that. and i'm not herejust to apologize.
i'm also here to ask youto come back to the factory.
amador: [snorts]look, alonso, to be honest,
i don't know if that's worth it.i mean, if any puppet
like marcelo escalantecan treat me like that,
i think nobody in the staffwill respect me at all.
alonso: look, i don't wantto talk about the details,
but i remind you it was youwho disrespected nazario.
amador: i know,but he provoked me.
alonso: look, amador,i think there's no point
in finding outwho's more or less guilty!
but--i want to tell you
that i assume the responsibilityfor losing control
and treating you the way i did.amador: well, i recognize
you're offering me an apology.alonso: and not just that.
i'm willingto correct my mistake
no matter how.now,
are you willing to forgive me,to go on supporting me
like you've done so far?[cellphone]
i'm sorry.lucía: [gasps]
dad?!alonso: what is it, lucía?
lucía: dad, there was a fireat the factory!
alonso: a fire? are you okay?lucía: yes, i am, but--
dad, they're taking my godfatherto the hospital in an ambulance.
alonso: what hospital?calm down, honey.
i'll be there in a few minutes.amador: what happened?
alonso: there was a fireat the factory.
amador: a fire?alonso: yes, yes, yes,
i don't know how.i don't know
how big the disaster is.the only thing i know
is that lucía was thereand she told me
that nazario is hurt.amador: but what were lucía
and nazario doing there today?alonso: i'll tell you later.
i have to go to the hospital.i'll go the factory later
to see how things are.amador: no, no, no.
i'll go to the factory,i'll take care of everything.
go to the hospitaland as soon as i can,
i'll call you or--you'll call me, i don't know.
alonso: thank you, amador.amador: yes.
alonso: thank you very much.nora: [grunts]
rebeca: what's wrong with you,nora?
nora: and you're asking me?i'm really scared
because this timeeverybody will find out
about what happenedwith rodrigo!
my head hurts, my stomach hurts,everything hurts!
rebeca: okay, nora, calm down!you won't win anything
if you behave like this!nora: it's so easy for you
to say that, isn't it?!because they won't point
at you with their fingers!your dad won't stop loving you!
they won't tell youthat you're a--!
rebeca: enough! stop!don't get even with me!
it's not my faultif you slept with rodrigo
just to bother your sister!nora: oh, don't pretend!
you don't like her either!although you try to insist
that you're a great mother,i know that you don't like her!
rebeca: oh, stop sayingstupid things, nora!
you don't knowhow desperate i get
when you behave like this.nora: but i'm scared, mom.
i'm so scared.rebeca: okay, okay, okay.
it's okay.everything will be okay.
calm down. you're not alone.no matter what happens,
i'll be with youbecause i'm your mother,
you understand me?magdalena: hello!
ye--yes, lucía, i'm listening.what?!
oh.oh, my god.
um--yes, don't worry.i'll tell her
and we'll be there soon.trini: has something happened
to lucía?magdalena: no, she's fine.
trini: why that face then?magdalena: it's about nazario.
trini: nazario?what happened to him, magdalena?
please, magdalena, tell me.what happened to my blond man,
magdalena? tell me, please.marcelo: here you are.
it'll make you good.lucía: thank you.
what were you doingat the factory at that time?
marcelo: i forgot my computerat the office and--
i called your dadto see if there was somebody
at the factorywho could let me in and--
he told me nazario and youwere there.
i didn't imaginewhat i was about to see.
lucía: i can't believe it.it's like a nightmare, you know?
marcelo: but--what happened?
lucía: i don't know.i don't know.
i--was at the factory
with my godfather.suddenly, i heard
an explosion and--and i turned and--
and there were flamesand my godfather was there.
[cries] and i shouted at him--[cries]
marcelo: tell me later.calm down.
lucía: but it was my fault.all of this is my fault.
marcelo: why do you say that?lucía: because it's the truth.
[cries]i asked my godfather
to go with me.and he's such a good person
and he was there with me and--[cries] if i hadn't insisted
so hard,everything would be fine.
[cries]marcelo: okay, okay.
you'll see nazario will be fine.lucía: he could have died.
you know?marcelo: come on, calm down.
lucía, how are you?how's your godfather?
lucía: how are you, dad?alonso: honey,
how's your godfather?lucía: i don't know.
lety's mom's examining him.alonso: what happened?
where did the fire start?lucía: at the warehouse.
alonso: how could that happen?lucía: i don't know, dad.
i don't know.[cries]
rodrigo: a fire, mom?brígida: yes.
alonso gaxiola was here,at home, with your dad
when lucía called him.rodrigo: lucía?
brígida: yes,apparently, she and nazario
were at the factorywhen the fire started.
and this old man had to be takento the hospital.
rodrigo: but lucía's fine,isn't she?
brígida: i guess sobecause your father
just mentioned nazario.and he told me, please,
that under no circumstancesdo you dare to see that girl
right now, darling.rodrigo: why? tell me why.
what's wrong with that?brígida: because your dad
and alonso are tryingto sort things out.
and he doesn't want youto ruin everything again
because of your stupid things.rodrigo: things are getting
better now, mom.let's see if the damn factory
isn't just rubble now.brígida: no,
don't make fun of it.what happened is a real tragedy,
darling.rodrigo: a real tragedy.
don't you think it's curious?brígida: what?
rodrigo: that just todaywhen my dad said
that alonso gaxiolawas going to regret that,
there was a fire at the factory.brígida: [shushes]
don't you dare to repeat that,not even as a joke.
is under control.amador: yes, it's horrible.
how can these things happen?thank you.
fireman: it wasn't the worst.luckily, we could
put the fire out on time.if it had expanded,
it would have been much worse,specially
because we could see there area lot of flammable materials.
amador: sure. sure.and do you have any ideas
about what could cause the fire?fireman: apparently,
it was a shortthat there's in a lamp
at the warehouse,but of course,
we have to run an investigation.amador: yes, sure, of course.
that's what we want.fireman: as soon as we can,
we'll talk with the witnesses.and then we'll try to contact
the owner to--give him a report.
amador: yes, of course.well, um--
i'm the co-ownerof this business, so--
please, don't hesitateto call me to give me
the report.fireman: all right, sir.
it's been a pleasure.amador: it's been my pleasure.
thank you very much.fireman: good night.
amador: good night.fireman: time to go, guys!
[music]alonso: have you already called
your godmom trini?lucía: i called
my aunt magdalenaand she would tell her.
they must be coming here.alonso: okay.
calm down.i'll call your aunt rebeca.
i want to her to know about itat least, but i'll go outside
because there's no good signalin here.
lucía: yes, dad.alonso: as soon as doctor
ezquerra comes,let me know immediately, okay?
lucía: yes.alonso: marcelo,
thank you very much.it was a lucky thing
that you arrived at the factoryjust at that moment.
marcelo: i did what anybodywould have done.
alonso: no.don't think so.
not anybody.thank you very much.
marcelo: i didn't knowthat nazario and trinidad
are your godparents.lucía: yes,
my mom decided thatbefore i was born and--
i think it was the best giftshe could have left me.
marcelo: i totally agree.just today i met trinidad and--
i think she's a wonderful woman.lucía: she is.
she's much more than that.i can't imagine
how she got when--my aunt magdalena
gave her the news.she and my godfather
love each other so much.marcelo: easy.
you'll see nazario will be fine.lucía: i hadn't realized.
please, let's go,they have to examine you--
marcelo: no, no, no, easy.it's nothing.
lucía: no, don't make me feelworse than i already feel,
please.marcelo: all right.
i'll go see a doctorso that you can stop worrying.
lucía: thank you.marcelo: i won't be long.
trini: thank you.good night.
magdalena: thank you.alonso: yes,
you don't need to come.i'll keep you up to date.
magdalena: there was no taxiand we didn't know how to come.
trini: where's my husband,alonso?
alonso: calm down, trini.they're already examining him.
trini: tell me the truth.is he seriously ill?
alonso: i hope he isn't.the only thing i know
is what lucía and marcelotold me.
apparently, he inhaleda lot of smoke
and he arrived unconsciousat the hospital.
magdalena: but he isn't burned.alonso: i don't know that.
we're waiting for sara's report.trini: please, alonso,
i have to see nazario,i have to see my blond man,
please.magdalena: you'll see him,
trini, i'm sure you will, but--you need to calm down first.
trini: yes.magdalena: yes?
trini: i don't want himto see me like this.
alonso: calm down, calm down.calm down, calm down.
trini: [cries]oh, alonso.
nazario's always beena healthy man.
he's never been at a hospital.alonso: calm down, calm down.
he'll be fine.trini: nobody explained
anything.we just received a call
to come here.alonso: it was an accident.
calm down, please.trini: but explain.
i want somebody to tell mewhat happened.
alonso: they'll tell you then.trini: oh, darling.
lucía: trini, please,forgive me.
trini: oh, darling, but--why should i forgive you for?
alonso: nazario wentto the factory with lucía
to check certain thingsand she feels guilty
because of what happened.trini: please, honey,
don't say silly things.i know how much
you love your godfather.magdalena: and marcelo?
i heard he was here.lucía: yes, i told him
to see a doctor because he hada burn in his arm.
trini,he got my godfather
out of the warehouse.trini: that man has become
like--like his guardian angel.
please, tell me he's fine.alonso: he'll be fine.
he'll be fine.trini: who brought him here?
who brought you here?alonso: sara.
how's nazario?sara: he has a serious burn
in his leg,but if he takes due care,
it'll heal without problems.trini: oh, thank god.
sara: i'm worriedabout another thing.
magdalena. what--? what thing?sara: we ran some tests on him
and we found he hasa high level of carbon monoxide
in his lungs and blood.this is causing him
a seriousrespiratory depression.
trini: what does that mean?sara: that means
we have to waitand see how he is later.
trini: but--tell me the truth, doctor.
can nazario die?sara: as i've just said,
we have to waitand see how he is later.
sometimes there are consequencesand sometimes--
trini: answer to me.can he die? yes or not?
sara: that's a possibility.yes.
trini: [cries]i'll lose my husband.
i'll lose my blond man.magdalena: no, no, trini,
please, don't say that.nazario's a very strong man.
we have to have a lot of faithin god, he'll be fine.
trini: i want to see him,doctor. i need to see him.
sara: come with me.trini: [cries]
sara: i'll be outside.trini: [whispers] thank you.
[cries]my blond man,
don't you dareto leave me alone.
you and i have a deal.we've been together
for so many years and--and we'll leave this world
so--don't you dare to give in.
did you understand me,my blond man?
if you go,i'll die from sadness.
my blond man.honey.
marcelo: any news?alonso: we've just been told
that nazario inhaledtoo much carbon monoxide.
we just have to waitto see if he can get better.
marcelo: and does his wifealready know?
magdalena: she does.in fact, she's with him
right now.marcelo: i don't know
what to say.alonso: neither do we.
as magdalena says,we just have to trust in god.
magdalena: and your arm?how is it?
marcelo: fine.everything's fine.
i just saw a doctorbecause lucía asked me to.
i didn't want to discuss.lucía: does it hurt you?
marcelo: a little, but--[cellphone]
nothing i can't put up with.[cellphone]
alonso: this is amador.let's see what news he has
about the fire.hello.
hello.amador, yes. yes, yes,
what happened?amador: alonso.
yes, look, luckily,they could control the fire.
the only thing that was burnedwas the warehouse.
it's completely destroyed.alonso: at least,
it was just that.amador: yes.
and how's nazario?alonso: bad. so bad.
we don't knowif he can get better.
amador: don't tell me that.alonso: i'd like to tell you
another thing, but--that's the truth.
amador: well,you don't know how sorry i am.
if you need anything, please,you know can count on me. okay?
alonso: thank you, amador.thank you very much.
amador: keep me up to dateabout everything.
i don't care what time it is,of course.
thank you.vinicio: oh, boss.
have a drink.it's on me today.
amador: no, thank you.vinicio: i was still
near the factorywhen i heard the sirens
and all the racket.that means
everything was a success.amador: no, not everything.
vinicio: why do you say that?amador: there's an injured.
that wasn't part of the plan.vinicio: what did you expect?
i was supposed to burnthe place, wasn't i?
amador: of courseyou were supposed
to burn the place,but i didn't expect
to hurt anybody.there's going to be
an investigationand we could have consequences.
vinicio: it's all right, man.they won't find anything.
a short can happen anywhere.what can we do about it?
amador: i hope you're right,for our own good.
vinicio: i've already told younot to worry.
come on, boss.and, well,
i've already done my part.now you just have to do yours.
amador: yes, i know.to be honest,
i didn't expect the workto be done so fast.
as you can see,i can't get the money
at this timein the middle of the night,
but don't worry.you'll have the rest on monday.
vinicio: uh-huh.and i imagine
you're not forgettingwhat i need so much, are you?
amador: i've just told youthat i'll give you your money
on monday.don't try to contact me.
i'll contact you.all right?
vinicio: whatever you say, boss.amador: good night.
lucía: dad,i don't understand
why you make me go.i won't sleep at all anyway.
alonso: darling,don't be stubborn.
you've already listened to sara.your godfather's situation
won't be solved soon.there's no point in staying
here, at the hospital,to spend the night.
lucía: okay, but why canmy aunt magdalena stay
and i can't?alonso: because she has
more experience.and whether you believe it
or not,she's the most calm
of all of us.and that will help
your godmother very much.lucía: but, dad--
marcelo: i'm sorry to interrupt.i know
i don't have to give my opinion,but i agree with your dad.
it's not beenan easy day for you
and you need to rest.alonso: i promise you
i'll bring you to the hospitalfirst thing in the morning
tomorrow, okay?marcelo: please,
if you know something else,i'd like to know.
alonso: yes.of course.
you have the right to.and again,
thank you very muchfor everything.
marcelo: good night, alonso.alonso: good night.
lucía: [puffs]i'm sorry
for misjudging you.thank you.
marcelo: [laughs]lucía: [laughs]
both of them: [laugh][music]
[music]brígida: well, but--
if the warehousewas the only room
that got burned,then why did you take too long
to come back?amador: we had to wait to check
that the firewas completely put out
and that there was no riskfor the fire to start again.
brígida: well, in the end,how's nazario?
amador: according to alonso,he's very bad.
brígida: oh.and would you like him to die?
amador: nazario?why do you say
such a stupid thing like that,brígida?
how can you think that?one thing is that i don't like
the old manand another different thing
is that i wish death on him.brígida: oh.
well, look, to be honest,i hope to god
that he doesn't dieor otherwise, this will be
on your conscience.amador: on my conscience?
what? on my conscience?brígida: well--nothing.
it's nothing.amador: no, come on,
tell me why you said that.brígida: well--rodrigo told me
a few things and i've beenthinking about them--
amador: what did rodrigotell you?
brígida: that it wasvery strange
that alonso's factorygot burned just today,
the day he fired you.amador: that means
that my wife and my sonthink that--
this is the last thing i needed.my god.
brígida: oh, no, honey.it was just a comment.
amador: a pretty stupid comment,brígida.
how could i have something to dowith that if at the moment
of that accidenti was precisely here, at home,
with you two, with alonso?brígida: yes.
you're right, honey, but, look,it wasn't my intention--
amador: no, no, no.i perfectly know
what your intention was.believe me this hurts me
much morethan the way alonso treated me
this morning.brígida: no, honey.
oh, honey.rebeca: good night.
alonso: rebeca.are you still awake?
rebeca: of course.i couldn't sleep at all.
oh, lucía,i'm glad you're fine.
lucía: i'm fine,but my godfather isn't.
good night.both of them: good night.
alonso: rest a little.rebeca: poor girl.
i imaginewhat he went through.
alonso: yes,it was terrible.
rebeca: what happened?alonso: well--
apparently, nazario sawthe door of the warehouse open.
he went there to close itand, well, at that moment,
there was a shortand the fire started.
rebeca: i'm glad the firemencould arrive on time
to help nazario.alonso: no, no.
the one who got him out of therewas marcelo.
luckily, marcelo arrivedat the factory at that time
to look for a computerand i don't know how he did it,
but he got nazarioout of the fire.
rebeca: well, apparently,that man has turned out to be
a jack of all trades.alonso: yes, he's a great person
on so many ways,but--
rebeca: were the damagesvery serious?
alonso: no. according to amador,the only thing that got burned
was the warehouse.rebeca: amador?
alonso: yes, yes.he took care of the fire
when i was at the hospital.rebeca: oh, that's strange.
to be honest,after the argument
you had this morning,i thought he'd react
in a different way,but as i can see,
he reacted very well.alonso: yes, yes.
amador reacted very wellwith this situation.
i'm too grateful to him,but, well, please,
let's go to rest. okay?i'm not feeling so well.
rebeca: of course, honey.alonso: has nora slept?
rebeca: yes, yes.i didn't want to wake her up
to avoid worrying her.you know she's very sensitive
and gets so frustratedwith these things.
let's go to sleep, come on.i'm glad you're back.
come.lucía: i'm sorry
for misjudging you.thank you.
marcelo: [laughs]lucía: [laughs]
both of them: [laugh]lucía: [sighs]
[beeping]magdalena: [whispers] trini.
trini.trini: what time is it?
magdalena: it's daybreak.why don't you go home
and have a showerand rest for a while?
i can stay here with nazario.trini: no, honey, thank you.
i can't go.magdalena: but you're tired,
trini.besides, we don't know
how long it can take him.trini: i know,
but--i can't go.
i have to be herewhen nazario opens his eyes.
you don't know him.if that happens
when i'm not here,he'll never forgive me for that.
he'll reproach me for thatforever and--
and i don't wantto give him that pleasure,
you know?magdalena: you don't know
how much i admire you, trini,how much i admire your strength,
your serenity.trini: well,
i don't have a reasonthat prevents me
from being calm.i've already talked to nazario.
magdalena: oh.trini: he knows we have a deal.
and he won't let me down.magdalena: of course he won't.
trini: did you hear that?magdalena: yes.
trini: he said something, right?magdalena: yes, yes.
i'll tell sara.trini: please.
magdalena: yes.trini: cat's eyes.
here i am, honey.lucía: lety, you don't know
how horrible it was,but, well,
this hell won't be overuntil my godfather gets better.
is it true that that stupid mansaved you?
lucía: yes,to be honest, marcelo arrived
as if he had come from heaven.if it hadn't been for him,
my godfather would have beenthere, trapped in the fire.
oh, no. i don't wantto talk about that anymore.
lety: no, no, no.well, but--
i imagine that after all this,your opinion about him
has changed. don't tell meyou still think he's pompous
and self-confident and--lucía: oh, stop, silly, stop.
come on, don't make me feelworse.
lety: just tell me something.is knowing him worth it now?
lucía: why are youso interested?
lety: i don't know.i feel so curious about knowing
who he isand now more than ever, i mean,
who was the herowho risked his life
to save a poor old mantrapped there, in the flames?
lucía: [laughs] oh, come on,stop saying silly things.
well, but that's true.yes, that's true.
what marcelo didis something that can't be paid
with anything.besides, he was too nice to me.
lety: oh.lucía: [laughs]
he went to the hospital with meand he was with me all the time
until my dad arrived.what's more,
he didn't even want to seea doctor to examine a burn
he had in his arm.lety: oh, no,
that's so romantic.lucía: [laughs] oh, yes, it is.
[music]nora: can you tell me
why nobody told methat there was a fire
at the factory last night?rebeca: because you were asleep,
honey, and i didn't wantto worry you.
nora: you could have woken meup, mom!
rebeca: oh, nora, come on,please, don't shout.
let's see,what could you have done?
nora: i don't know,but it annoys me
that i was there, asleep,while lucía was with marcelo!
rebeca: oh.now i understand
why you're so annoyed.nora: yes.
it makes me feel so angry,specially because i know
how nice marcelo has beento lucía.
rebeca: nora,you and i said
you were going to forgetthat boy.
nora: i didn't say anything.i like marcelo.
i like him very much.and neither lucía nor anybody
is going to steal him from me!rebeca: you're talking about him
as if he were alreadyyour boyfriend.
nora: he's not yet,but i swear to you
he will be soon,no matter how many people
like it!rebeca: understand it at once.
you can't thinkabout another man
until you solve your problemwith rodrigo.
nora: you can't tell mewhat i can or i can't do.
understood?rodrigo: is there anything
about the fire on the paper?amador: yes, a column,
but you know? it doesn't mentionit was me the one who caused it.
rodrigo: sorry?amador: that's what your mother
and you think, don't you?that i had something to do
with that.rodrigo: no, dad,
the only thing i saidwas that i thought--
amador: look, rodrigo,yesterday was one
of the worst days of my life.instead of having support
from my family,what i get is your doubt.
do you really thinkthat i had something to do
with that?rodrigo: no, no, of course not.
and i'm sorryif i said something
that offended you.amador: okay.
let's stop talking about it.rodrigo: my mom told me
that things with alonso gaxiolaare getting better.
i'm glad to know that.amador: we just talked a little.
i won't leave him alonein a moment like this
to deal with the fire himself.rodrigo: yes, and if he called
you, that means something,right?
amador: yes,although we can't be sure
about anything.i told your mom what happened.
i'll ask you for something,please.
don't do any stupid thingsand stay away from lucía
and nora gaxiola.don't screw it up again.
rodrigo: don't worry, dad.i wasn't planning to do that.
amador: okay.i hope so.
rebeca: hello.are you leaving?
marcelo: yes.i was going to the hospital
to see how nazario woke up.rebeca: do you mind
if i come in?i promise you i won't be long.
marcelo: no. no, come in.rebeca: i'll go straight
to the point.i want to know
if you are interestedin my daughter nora.
marcelo: why are you asking methat?
rebeca: because you aren'tsilly.
and you've already realizedshe's not indifferent to you.
marcelo: and that worries youobviously.
rebeca: yes,because i don't want her
to end up hurt,so if you're not interested
in her,i ask you to let her know
so that she doesn't buildany hopes up.
marcelo: don't worry, madam.i'm not the kind of person
who's used to playingwith other people's feelings.
rebeca: that makes me feelso relieved.
and now that we're talkingabout that,
why don't you tell meabout your relationship
with lucía?are you interested in her?
marcelo: as i can see,you're so interested
in your two daughter'ssituation.
rebeca: well,lucía's not my daughter
literally, but my sister's.i imagine you already know that,
but i love them the same.and yes,
i make sure both of themare fine.
marcelo: and you make sure tooto be a good partner
for your husband.am i right?
rebeca: why do you say that?marcelo: look, madam,
i know i'm meddling in thingsi don't care,
and i offer you an apologybeforehand,
but i could swearthat those flowers
sent to your house that nightweren't for any
of your daughters,but for you.
rebeca: what do you mean?marcelo: it was obvious.
you got so nervous.rebeca: [laughs]
you're wrong.those flowers
weren't for anybody,but i'll dare to tell you
something.i would have liked those flowers
to be sent to mebecause that would mean
i'm important to somebody.marcelo: you are.
and very much.rebeca: seriously?
marcelo: yes.to your husband.
rebeca: [laughs]my husband.
that's a story that maybeone day i have the courage
to tell you about,but, well, i am flattered
if i think that despite the factthat i'm a woman older than you
and that i'm married,you can think
that i'm still attractiveto somebody.