Jane The Virgin "Chapter Thirty-One" Review - AVClub

AVClub: It was only a matter of time before Liliana “Glamma” De La Vega (Rita Moreno) met her great-grandson Mateo, and her presence in “Chapter Thirty-One” plays a big part in the episode’s exploration of the relationships between mothers and their sons. Jane and Mateo aren’t doing too well thanks to his 8-to-10-month sleep regression, which keeps the Villanueva household up all night due to his constant waking up and crying, and it’s having a detrimental effect on Jane’s new job as a teaching assistant. Meanwhile, Liliana is secretly dealing with her husband coming out as gay after 47 years of marriage, and she confides this news only to Jane, imploring her granddaughter to keep it hidden from Rogelio. That dysfunction is still pretty minimal compared to Rafael’s dynamic with his mother Elena, who is actually the crime boss Mutter and injects her son with a sedative at the end of the episode.

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