Annoyed by Paula and Evelyn, Jacques declares the existence of the bogeyman, who eats troublesome little girls. When the girls next lose baby Samuel in the hallways, they fear themselves responsible for the infant's abduction and consumption. Marcos, meanwhile, comes to believe his father is still alive and being brought in secret to the boarding school. Though Vicky still absents herself from the group, they hope they can count on her for distraction when stuck in detention with Martin. Elsewhere, as Julia suffers frightening visions of water, memories of the past haunt Hector after discovering the secret fireplace passage unsealed.
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The title translates into English as "The Black Lagoon Boarding School: The Bogeyman." See more
Ivan still goes out of his way to punish Maria severely for saying she's his mother, still behaving oblivious to the fact that he learned this first from Toni, his biologic father whom he trusted. His anger is too excessive and bespeaks of a life-long, intractable cruel streak (weird compared to his lay-down-his-life bond with Marcos). See more
Don't you use towels in France?
And why wouldn't we use them, eh?
I don't know. My father says you're kind of filthy.
References Niagara, Niagara