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Jane the Virgin: Holy Mother of God

Previously on Jane the Virgin: Jane’s Crazy Cousin Catalina came into town and surprised her with an impromptu family reunion. Catalina is fun, cool, hip, and possibly evil since all long-lost relatives tend to be in telenovela land…

Jane the Virgin: Kissing cousins

Previously on Jane the Virgin: Jane reached out to Alba’s side of the family and now her crazy Catalina has showed up on her doorstep, ready for a family reunion? How do we know she’s crazy? Long-lost relatives usually are in telenovela land…

Jane the Virgin: Family Ties

Jane is no longer a virgin! Well, that’s sort of old news compared to what’s been going on with everyone else. New career changes: Rogelio is trying to become famous enough for a CW show which shouldn’t be too hard since no one on the CW is truly famous…

Jane the Virgin: Losin' it (finally!)

I like that this episode doesn’t bother with the Latin Lover Narrator flashback to Jane’s childhood and how it relates thematically to her present day problems. She and Michael finally got the go-ahead to have sex and they’re going to do it, dammit!

Jane the Virgin: My Big Fat Telenovela Wedding

The big day is finally here! Jane is ready to marry Michael (and lose her v-card) but obstacles are in the way: she needs to change her thesis, Xiomara and Rogelio are fighting, and Rafael is secretly in love with her. Will Jane get to say ‘I do’? Or will the hijinks in Telenovela Land keep her from walking down the aisle?

Jane the Virgin: Getting Fired (Up)

Everyone’s getting fired up–or just plain fired. Jane and Michael face money troubles so Jane takes on a new side job to bring in some cash, which cuts into quality time with Mateo and creates a heated custody battle with Rafael. Meanwhile, Anezka and Xiomara compete for “Worst Employee” as they start new jobs.

Jane The Virgin: Blame It On the Alcohol

Jane and Michael celebrate their upcoming wedding with bachelor/ette parties. Jane wants a quiet night but her crazy mother kicks off the drama. Michael wants a wild night but has to keep things in check when Rogelio organizes a spa day. There’s fights, hijinks, and mistakes made but it’s okay: just blame it on the alcohol.

Jane the Virgin: In the Biblical Sense

In the beginning, God created the drama of the Villanueva family. Jane and Michael are House Hunters, but the perfect place is too far away. Rogelio is going overboard with wedding planning, Alba is still being wooed by Bad Luck Pablo, and Petra is having a hard time being a mother. Who will be their savior in telenovela land?

Jane the Virgin: Hate to Burst Your Bubble But...

Everyone on “Jane Virgin” is wrapped in their own little bubble. Jane is so in love with Michael that she can’t see Rafael is hurt. Xiomara can’t see Rogelio is still hoping she’ll change her mind about kids while Rogelio doesn’t notice that there is something strange about his new assistant. Time to burst those bubbles, “Jane” cast!

Jane the Virgin: Use It or Lose It!

Jane goes on a date with the hunky Professor Chavez, Xiomara contemplates freezing her eggs to make Rogelio happy, Michael makes one last play to catch Sin Rostro and Mutter. In telenovela land, you better use what you got if you want to gain everything. Or in Jane’s case, lose something very important.

Jane the Virgin: Pride & Prejudice & Coddling

Everyone’s proud, prejudiced, or coddled in this episode. Glamma Liliana (guest star Rita Moreno) is too proud to admit the reason why Glampa isn’t visiting, Jane’s English students are prejudiced against learning, and Jane can’t stop coddling Baby Mateo. Oh, and Petra’s been framed for murder and the hunt for a drug lord is still on. Aren’t you glad this show’s back?

Jane the Virgin: The Baby Sitter's Club

Jane needs to find a baby sitter for Baby Mateo but maybe she should find one for the other people in her life who need managing: Rogelio, who can’t control his money; Petra, who has to keep hiding bodies; and Michael, who keeps digging into Sin Rostro when no one asks for that subplot.