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Marisol learns a secret from Genevieve’s past that may provide a clue to finding Peri’s killer. Zoila struggles to balance her love life and her demanding new boss, while also helping Rosie investigate The Circle. Danni appears to be warming up to Carmen, but her motives aren't so pure. Spence helps Rosie when Miguel begins to act out at school.
Odessa Burakov is one of the supporting characters on Devious Maids. Alejandro's militant house manager, oversees all of the employees who work on the grounds. Originally hailing from Russia, her organizational style is more akin to that of a gulag than a Beverly Hills mansion. Fiercely loyal to Alejandro, she is suspicious of Carmen's motives, and believes them to be less than altruistic. But despite their antagonism towards one another, Odessa and Carmen have much more in common than they think.
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"Much Ado About Buffing" Promo!
Adrian and I hired you to scrub our toilets, and now you're with a man worth twice what we are. Why would that be awkward?
|Evelyn Powell, "Dangerous Liaisons"|
Genevieve lies to her new boyfriend about her age, much to Zoila's dismay. Rosie begins working at the Powells. Carmen learns Odessa is hiding something. Marisol goes with Taylor to a fertility clinic.
Did You Know..?
- On September 24, 2015, Devious Maids has been renewed for a fourth season.
- Devious Maids count the Desperate Housewives creator as an executive producer, along with Sabrina Wind (Desperate Housewives), Eva Longoria (Desperate Housewives), Paul McGuigan (Scandal), Larry Shuman (Kissing Miranda), David Lonner, John Mass, Paul Presburger and Michael Garcia.
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