With little time after losing Carolina, Jacques and a goon squad take over, forcing the teens into silence at gunpoint. Elsa, ignorant of events, later tries to guilt the teens into persuading Carolina to return to school, making their grief that much worse. Jacques, informed of the brick house, discovers Tomás and berates Lucía for not disclosing he has a true son. When Fermin, Rebeca and Maria's scheme to access Hugo's phone messages fails, Rebeca, under Saúl's order, recruits Maria into a more dangerous plan behind Fermin's back. Martin and Lucía successfully contact the mysterious Apolo, whom Martin goes to meet, confronting a familiar face. Paula's group veer from their class outing to meet the space aliens that've surely landed (via the mysterious column of light in the woods). Entering what she thinks is the mother ship, Paula meets Tomás. Suspiciously, classmates Amaia and Rubén enter the teens lives (with Amaia all too quickly assigned as the girls' new roommate, and Rubén ...
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The title translates into English as "The Black Lagoon Boarding School: The Extra-Terrestrial." See more
Martin kisses Rebeca but she doesn't get any psychic impression from contact with him, like she elsewhere always does. See more
You really excel at the feather duster, almost as good with the knife you're sticking in your boyfriend's back.