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Season 3, Episode 20 – Jane the Virgin ends its third season with a bang! Rather, a hurricane. Jane finds her first love through her last love. Rafael behaves like a typical ocean creature. And Ro and Xo tie the knot – although Ro is expecting a baby with another woman.
Season 3, Episode 19 – Jane the Virgin is a bridesmaid, and like all good bridesmaids, she is a fixer. She attempts to not only fix her parents’ wedding, but she tries to fix her baby daddy up with Petra. Keep in mind she is technically his ex-girl. Oy vey.
Season 3, Episode 18 – Well, well, well. Things are heating up on Jane the Virgin. Jane gets her wish – a fling with Fabian. Ro and Xo start thinking about an extravagant wedding – something they both really want. And Mateo asks how he was created – oh, boy.
Season 3, Episode 17 – Jane the Virgin shows us the horny side of Jane. Yep. Jane, the former virgin, is a horn dog. Rafael discovers that he really wants to be with Petra. Abuela decides that remaining silent amid xenophonia isn’t an option, and Xo proposes to Rogelio.
Season 3, Episode 16 – Jane the Virgin continues to “wow” us. Abuela is working on getting her groove back. Rogelio is still struggling with not being the hottest telenovela star. Rafael likes Petra (ew). Oh! And Jane is a published author, but she has to air all her dirty laundry to make it a hit.
Season 3, Episode 14 – Ok, so….Rafael wants that old thing back (with Petra)? Xiomara finally realizes she and Bruce should have left the past in the past. Rogelio learns to never confide in a 4 year old. And Jane is finally able to not cry when talking about her late husband. Jane the Virgin doesn’t disappoint.
Season 3, Episode 13 – Hear ye, hear ye. Jane finally admits to herself that she loved Rafael on Jane the Virgin. If only she would go further by admitting she still does.
Season 3, Episode 12 – Jane the Virgin is just so darn good. I’m in love with all of the characters, and this episode makes me fall even deeper. However, Rafael needs to divorce that beard. Petra needs to revert to her evil ways. And Jane, oh Jane, is killing me with all the grief.
Season 3, Episode 11 – Jane the Virgin is now Jane the widow on Monday night’s episode. We fast-forward 3 years, and she is slowly but surely moving on from her late husband, Michael. The real MVP during this mourning period is Mateo. Let me explain…
Season 3, Episode 10 – Monday’s episode of Jane the Virgin gives me an ending that I don’t disagree with, though others will be heartbroken, proving how skilled the creators are at evolving with their cast of characters.
Season 3, Episode 9 – Jane the Virgin is hitting all the right notes since she was “de-flowered”. Each week gives her a conundrum that everyone can relate to. This week, it involves relationship stress. Eek!
Season 3, Episode 8 – Jane the Virgin is back! And she’s still poking her nose into other people’s business. I have to say, she kinda needs to. Her circle is kinda dim. Sweet, but dim.
Season 3, Episode 7 – Jane the Virgin employs Alfred Hitchcock for a little suspense leading up to the big revelation Rafael has about his family.
Season 3, Episode 6 – Jane the Virgin is really struggling with the way it treats Pobrecito Michael, but this treatment is important in really understanding that Jane isn’t really feeling him (Yep, I said it). Factoring in her sexy cousin Catalina, Jane might be re-thinking why she’s married.
Season 3, Episode 5 – Jane the Virgin awakes Petra out of her paralysis, and she returns not missing a step in returning to mean girl status. Michael also continues to be Mr. Pobrecito while he compares himself to Rafael, stud muffin baby daddy.
Season 3, Episode 4 – “Chapter Forty-Eight” of Jane the Virgin gives us more pizzaz as Jane (Gina Rodriguez), the only one with common sense, has a hunch that Petra (Yael Groblas) isn’t Petra. She’s Anezka (Yael Grobglas).
Season 3, Episode 3 – Here we go again. Pobrecito Michael (Brett Dier). This time he can’t seem to please Jane (Gina Rodriguez) in bed. And it is her first time in Monday’s episode of Jane The Virgin.
Season 3, Episode 2 – Jane the Virgin offers up some lingo we’re not used to hearing – medical abortion. “Chapter Forty-Six” is about more than abortion. It’s about transparency in the family. We all have things we’ve gone through, and an abortion may be one them.
Season 3, Episode 1 – In Monday night’s Season 3 premiere of Jane the Virgin, it’s revealed that Michael (Brett Dier) isn’t dead. But Jane (Gina Rodriguez) seems to have some unfinished business with an old lover. Ooh La La.
A character-driven episode of Jane the Virgin ends on a worrisome note.
Jane the Virgin’s midseason finale is first understated, then outrageous, but always excellent.
Some interesting character work gets sidetracked by strange subplots on this week’s Jane the Virgin.
Jane the Virgin takes a rare pause for breath, to decent effect.
This week’s Jane the Virgin has a few excellent epiphanies—and a few lackluster ones to go with them.
Jane the Virgin is great at getting in touch with Jane’s emotions. It’s not so great at Rafael and Petra’s.
Jane the Virgin burns through plot like nobody’s business, but it’s all in service of a greater good.
A strong episode of Jane the Virgin is only slightly weakened by the lack of depth in one of the lead characters.
A large and lively cast makes Jane the Virgin’s second episode fun, but it’s Jane herself who makes it great.