The arrival of a new Government Delegate means that Víctor is promoted to Chief Inspector and Head of the Brigade. To Carballo's envious dismay and Commissioner Buendía's skepticism, everything must now pass through him. Víctor Ros celebrates his promotion in the Brigade, without knowing that the new Delegate and the man responsible for his promotion is actually Fernando de la Escosura, who is seeking Clara's hand in marriage.
In the final stages, the contestants will cook a different kind of rice for a number of elite drivers and journalists from the world of motoring. In this test, they will enjoy all the excitement of a go-kart circuit. The Jury will explain the properties of tomato to them and the children will learn with José Mota how fun the tomato-throwing festival or "Tomatina" of Buñol is. Moreover, in the final test they will be visited by the Finalist in MasterChef 2, Mateo Sierra, who will teach them how to cook pasta that can be eaten by celiacs.
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May 1983 comes around and, with it, municipal elections. Nevertheless, if there is something that is truly worrying at the time, it is the wave of hold-ups that is sweeping across the country. Antonio and Mercedes are caught up in one. They fear for their lives and it makes them reflect on their situation. For his part, Miguel tries to fix the situation with Paquita, without realizing that his ex-wife already has other plans.
Blanca meets the man of his dreams, falls in love and loses him all in one week. A few months later, she and her aunt Barbara run into a portrait of him in the house of a charming old couple. He happens to be their son who died long time ago! Desperate to find out the truth about the mysterious man, Blanca & Barbara get in an unpredictable and hilarious investigation that will lead them to an unexpected turn of events.
Spaniards Around the World
This week "Españoles en el mundo" will visit a truly film-like setting, Hollywood, a city that offers endless activities linked to the world of cinema and show business. Prepare yourselves to tour the mansions of the rich and famous and discover the place where the Oscars are presented.
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Their form of patriotism consists of conquering foreign taste buds in far-off lands. They are 100% confident that they will be able to make their businesses work far away from home. From Pakistan to Madrid, from Triana (Seville) to the heart of San Sebastián and from misty Candás (Asturias) to sunny Águilas (Murcia) to promote typical Asturian beans, 'fabes'. They are true 'Ambassadors'.
The well-known TV presenter, Carlos Sobera, will be in the "Órbita Laika" set with Ángel Martín in order to talk about "El ministro", a play that he is starring in alongside Marta Torné, Javier Antón and Guillermo Ortega. Furthermore, he will demonstrate his scientific gifts to the audience by putting his knowledge to the test relating to the topic of cells, the central theme of this week's show.
The tennis-player from Monzón (Huesca), Conchita Martínez, the only Spanish woman ever to win Wimbledon, discovers the summits of the Pyrenees of Aragón with the help of the mountain-climber, Edurne Pasaban. Having retired from professional tennis tournaments eight years ago, Conchita continues to be linked to the world of tennis and, in 2013, was chosen to captain the Spanish team for the Federation Cup.