Thoughts While Watching 'Jane The Virgin'
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Thoughts While Watching 'Jane The Virgin'

A love triangle, baby daddy, villains, and a new dad..just some typical thoughts.

Thoughts While Watching 'Jane The Virgin'

I know the CW network mostly has shows with comic book characters such as the Flash and the Arrow but that's not it. One day, I turned the television on and boom! There it was, a new show, "Jane the Virgin," and at first, I thought it was going to be one of the shows that belly flops and ends at the mid-season premiere. Let's be honest, we all know at least one show like that, or one that shouldn't have even made it that far but somehow survived. Anyway, I gave "Jane the Virgin" a try and I thought, "Woah man, this might make it to a second season." The usual TV show addict process hit high gear, one episode turned into two and then I was hooked. One of the great things about the show is the thoughts you'll have while watching.

1. Team Michael.

His devotion and understanding to the woman he loves is #RelationshipGoals. This thought may be more prominent if you watch it in the spring when couples are sort of, um, everywhere. But, at times he was a little too sappy.

2. Team Rafael.

The baby daddy. First thought was dang his world is exciting and new. Life in the fast-lane and living in a penthouse suite, he's the path to choose. After a while though, the drama with his family was a little tiring.

3. The Villanueva women.

#FamilyGoals. Together, these women are unstoppable. And it's the perfect balance for Jane. The grandma helps her spirituality and her mom more so with experiencing life to the fullest and chasing her dreams.

4. The narrator and on-screen plot and character reminders.

Plot twists. They're everywhere and it's great. You will never know what is going to happen and if you try and gamble a guess, your mind will be blown! And if you forget what's happening or whose who, just read the screen and you'll be feeling pretty on top of it. Pinky promise.

5. Villains.

Why are all the villains closely related to the Solano Family?

Shouldn't this family be given a break? It's almost turning predictable. Is the next villain going to be Rafael's sister?

6. Petra.

Her face perfectly describes how one feels when they think of everything she did on the show so far. I mean she secretly impregnated herself to be with Rafael who thinks she's crazy. Dang Petra, move on girl!

7. The dad.

Oh, and the fact that Jane's dad is a telenovela star makes this show that much better. With all the other drama going on, he lightens it up. And he bought Jane a car for her birthday--I wish (although, I should probably learn how to drive before wishing for a car). I mean, how can you not love his character? He's in a purple uniform!

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