Devious Maids

Season 2 Episode 13

Look Back in Anger

14
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Jul 13, 2014 on Lifetime
9.3
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Season 2 ends with Nick admitting his secret to Marisol and she convincing him to make things right with all those involved. Meanwhile, Carmen meets a handsome stranger who offers to help with her music career; Zoila gets some shocking news; Valentina is offered the opportunity of a lifetime; and Spence and Rosie decide to tie the knot.

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  • pretty great, some downsides

    8.0
    This was a pretty great episode. Had the intensity and emotion needed for a finale episode. "Beautiful Dreamer" playing in the background of the final scene worked perfectly. Now, here are the positives and negatives:



    Positives:

    -Rosie and Spence are married, yay! They are a perfect couple that I have been rooting for since the beginning. Also, it looks like Rosie's gonna get to stay in America, so yay.

    -Like I said, this has the perfect elements for a finale: it's emotional, intense, ends with a perfect cliffhanger that leaves audiences anxiously awaiting the next season, and all the characters were together for a final scene.

    -The season's topics were mostly concluded: Rosie and Miguel are staying in America, Zoila ended up with Javier (and is pregnant!),and we learn Nick's secret-- which was great!-- and he admitted his deeds to the Powells. Also, we learned the full story of Opal and Dahlia and why things ended up the way they did.



    Negatives:

    The main negative was that everything felt very... rushed. For example, Rosie and Spence are a well-liked couple, they are main characters, and their wedding should be a big deal. But they were engaged and married in one episode, and the wedding itself was about three minutes of the episode. I would have liked to have more build-up... them becoming engaged earlier in the season, and the vows and service to be shown with more detail.

    The Nick secret was a bit rushed too. After all that build-up, everything was wrapped up very quickly. I would have liked if Marisol told Nick to talk to the Powells in an earlier episode in order for there to be more anticipation about him talking to them and what their reaction would be.

    Also, I didn't like the part where Carmen served drinks to Rosie, especially because Rosie asked her to. I know Rosie is with Spence and Carmen is (was) Spence's maid, but they're best friends and they're supposed to be on the same level. It was just very rude and un-Rosie-like.



    This a pos/neg-- As great as the cliffhanger was, I hated that Rosie and Spence's wedding had to be ruined by the very hateable Ty.



    Either way, can't wait for the premiere and hoping Valentina and all the others are okay!moreless
Gilles Marini

Gilles Marini

Sebastien

Guest Star

Michael Feinstein

Michael Feinstein

Himself

Guest Star

Andrea Conte

Andrea Conte

Helen

Guest Star

Alex Fernandez

Alex Fernandez

Pablo Diaz

Recurring Role

Gideon Glick

Gideon Glick

Ty McKay

Recurring Role

Ivan Hernandez

Ivan Hernandez

Javier Mendoza

Recurring Role

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    • Title: Look Back in Anger is a 1956 autobiographical play by John Osborne about a love triangle involving an intelligent and educated young man of working class origin, his upper-middle-class, impassive wife, and her haughty best friend.  The odd man out is an amiable Welshman who attempts to keep the peace.  In 1959, it was made into a film written by Nigel Neale and John Osborne and directed by Tony Richardson.

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