Telemundo Operación Pacífico spoilers indicate Amalia Ortega’s (Majida Issa) love is strong. However, she isn’t to be played for a fool. This tough-as-nails captain is ready to face reality. Let’s take a look at how things went down Wednesday, as well as where this might go. We’ll also look at something common in novelas.
Telemundo Operación Pacífico Spoilers: Brave fight
Amalia found herself in a tough spot on February 12th. Her husband, Jorge Camacho (Luciano D’Alessandro), had a bomb strapped to his body. Not only that, but he also has a gunshot wound that’s already infected. There wasn’t a lot of time to waste. Showing how much she does love him, Amalia was willing to risk her own life to stay by his side, as well as dismantle the bomb. Operación Pacífico spoilers indicate her efforts paid off. Not only did she deactivate the bomb, but she got him to the hospital in time to save his life, and likely his limb. You’d think this brush with death would get him a pass, but nope. This girl is mad.
Telemundo Operación Pacífico Spoilers: Man whore
See, in the course of the investigation into Lorena (Lina Cardona), the authorities found more trouble. It seems this guy has been hiring prostitutes for quite a while now. Operación Pacífico spoilers reveal this usually happens when they’re having problems. Amalia doesn’t accept this as an excuse. She calls him out for his behavior and demands he not use her job to justify his actions. We’re with her. The way we see it, you have a problem, say so. If you don’t think it can be fixed, leave. Don’t stick around and hire women on the side to relieve a little stress. So, what’s next?
Telemundo Operación Pacífico Spoilers: Future plans?
We’re not totally sure how this pair will end up. Amalia is obviously hurt and angry about his actions. But, she also loved him enough to risk her life despite this. Does this mean she’ll stick it out? We aren’t betting on that. Amalia is too involved in her job to give it up, and it’s not the sort that’s easy to just walk away from. Especially if you’re now a target for a bad guy and you believe there’s a mole in your operation. She’s sure that’s the only way anyone knew about her husband and kids. If he can’t start accepting her job and its risks without turning to prostitutes, we think they’re done for. But we guess we shouldn’t be surprised.
Telemundo Operación Pacífico Spoilers: Trend
It seems like a common theme in novelas. Most of the male characters turn out to be cheaters, murderers, wife beaters, or just plain wimps that can’t face their responsibilities. It’s kind of sad. We don’t like the lack of decent male characters in most of these productions. It seems it’s a more female-centric world where men don’t always get proper character development. Or not be so annoying or awful you root for the bad guys to kill them. Maybe it’s time to work on a bit more balance in novela land…