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Telemundo Enemigo Intimo Spoilers: Suspicions, warnings, and missing accomplished

 

Telemundo Enemigo íntimo spoilers reveal Javier Rivera (Luis Alberti) is now under suspicion, thanks to that rescue operation. Plus, we saw Roxana Rodiles (Fernanda Castillo) get put in her place, while Alejandro Ferrer (Raúl Méndez) played dumb. Roxana, however, does have two things to celebrate. Let’s see what happened, plus give a preview of what’s up for tonight.

Telemundo Enemigo Intimo Spoilers: Mission accomplished

First, let’s talk the mission to rescue Martín Ustariz (Aitor Luna). Roxana tried to lead the mission remotely, but had to leave it all to her people. The new warden wanted her, and Roxana lucked out when she got the warning just in time to keep her secret room just that.

This was Roberto Díaz’s (Arturo García Tenorio) first of two meetings with these siblings. He lectured Roxana in the workshop about how she has no privilege at Las Dunas. If anything, he thinks the rules should be tighter for her. Then he ordered her to get to work before she’s not allowed to come back to the workshop. And we all know why Roxana can’t have that.

Despite Roxana being occupied, Enemigo íntimo spoilers reveal the operation went well and Martín’s now safe. Plus, they dealt a big blow to los Zopilotes. They even managed to unknowingly stir discord. See, during the op, Javier had no choice but to show off his new skills. When Don Jesús (Manuel Ojeda) saw he can shoot, this didn’t sit well with him.

He wants to know how that is, as he sure didn’t teach Javier. Javier explained it away by saying he felt he had to learn after the last attack, just in case he had to help defend against the enemy. Don Jesus is convinced either way, either he or someone else is a mole. There’s no way in his mind the police and Mil Cumbres would both end up at that warehouse so close together.

Telemundo Enemigo Intimo Spoilers: Price to pay

Speaking of Mil Cumbres, Roxana now knows El Cóndor (Christian De Dios) is the one who messed with her merch. To punish him for this, she had one of the guards threaten him. Then, she passed along the message he will be responsible for taking out the thorn in her side—Alejandro. Cóndor doesn’t seem thrilled about this, as it’ll be a tall order to pull off. But he also knows he doesn’t have a choice in the matter after what he did.

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Telemundo Enemigo Intimo Spoilers: Eyes wide open

Finally, there’s Díaz. He already had questions about Roxana and the sweet deal she appears to have. He’s digging even deeper. He discussed the situation with Cordero. He thinks it’s very strange that Roxana would want to come back to Las Dunas, rather than do her time somewhere else.

Plus, there’s the whole issue of Ana Mercedes “La Puma” Calicio (María del Carmen Félix), her right hand, arriving before she did. He thinks they were setting up something. Díaz also questions why a guy with a record like Alejandro’s would end up committing the crimes he supposedly did. And how he just happened to be sent to Las Dunas as well.

To answer those questions, he insisted on having Alejandro brought to the office. Alejandro played things very carefully, not offering any information. We’re assuming he wants to wait until he gets the doll he ordered stolen so he can prove Roxana’s dealings inside first.

Telemundo Enemigo Intimo Spoilers: Tonight

Looking ahead, tonight’s episode will find someone paying a steep price for their bad behavior. As in, Cóndor for altering her merch. We should see the beginning of him putting a plan into action. Martín, meanwhile, is grateful to be recused and ready to follow more of Roxana’s orders. It looks like this will include delivering a deadly substance.

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