Eva's hopscotch game and a loosened plaque lead the teens to discover a sealed bedroom, accessible only through an exterior window. Fermin fumes over Rebeca getting Maria more deeply involved in intrigue, but the payoff allows access to the concealed elevator and crucial discoveries that lie beyond. In sharing her latest drawing, Paula relays the legend of Eva to Marcos, Ivan and Roque. Thanks to Javier and Evelyn, Jacinta receives an endless stream of dirty phone calls from "every pervert in Spain." Surgeons succeed at goading the return of Andrés' memories, but they leave him conflicted over what to do, and Irene/Sandra discovers a horrifying betrayal. Jacques sets up hidden cameras as a more reliable means to see what goes on in the school and discovers Maria's duplicity (which Hugo aims to address). Martin smuggles an ally into the school. Amelia accuses Jacques of inseminating her. Saúl's analysis of Rebeca and Fermin's findings, a foothold on the Gemini Project, spells doom for ...
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The title translates into English as "The Black Lagoon Boarding School: The Room No. 13." See more
Marcos and Iván enter Room No.13 through the outer double windows. For a room that has been sealed up and deserted for many years, perhaps decades, a light appears from within to match the lit room next to it; yet, when the boys enter, it's dark. Also, the boys enter through the right window, which looks boarded up from the outside, but from inside it's the left window (where the light seems to shine through) that's boarded up. See more
Are you sure we'll find a boyfriend for Jacinta on the Internet?
Even my cousin Vero got a boyfriend, and she's uglier than a foot.