As Andrea and Jaime argue over the best way to handle their boss, "Gaston Almanza" wines and dines famous actress Amalia Durango and her manager.
Meli teaches us how to make "papel picado" [perforated paper] banners to decorate the altars to the dead set up to honor and remember those who have passed away during the celebration of the "Día de los muertos" [Day of the Dead], a holiday celebrated in Mexico on November 1st and 2nd.
In the next two episodes of "Manos a la obra" ["Let's Get to Work"], our friend, Meli, teaches us to make origami bookmarks inspired by our favorite Pokemon characters. Let's get started with Charmander.
Carlos familiarizes us with some Spanish social media lingo, specifically for Facebook and Twitter.
Carolina explains the particular contexts in which one should use either "personaje" or "carácter" as a translation for the English word, "character," the difference between the Spanish words "de" and "dé," and, some different ways of expressing the date in Spanish depending upon the situation.
Javier from Chile's Patagonia region educates us about some of its unique geographical features as well as tourist attractions.
At his doctor's visit, the physician counsels Humberto on a possible cause for his frequent diarrhea.