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Rosie Westmore
Rosie Falta
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Rosie Westmore
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Rosie Falta
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Mexico
Profession
Maid
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Unnamed Mother
Ernesto Falta - Husband
Spence Westmore - Husband
Miguel Falta - Son
Tucker Westmore - Stepson
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Ty McKay - Nephew
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S1 - S2
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He called me 'mama'!
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Rosie Westmore, "Pilot"

Rosie Westmore (previously Falta) is one of the main characters and titular protagonists of Devious Maids. A Beverly Hills maid from Guadalajara, Rosie works for the Westmore family in order to save up money so her son, Miguel, can move to America. As time goes by, Rosie finds herself falling in love with her boss, and ultimately entering an affair. However, once Peri finds out, she calls immigration, and the maid is arrested. Three months go by, and Rosie is finally freed, however, Peri continues to stand in the way of her husband and former maid being together. Rosie starts working for Kenneth Miller, a post-stroke patriarch, and his dysfunctional family. It doesn't take long, however, for Rosie to find out that Kenneth's nephew, Reggie, has been slowly tearing apart the Miller family so he can take all of his uncle's money. Rosie reunites the family and they take down the manipulative lawyer. The maid then leaves the Millers and finally marries the love of her life - Spence, but has yet to discover her presumed deceased husband, Ernesto is still alive...

BiographyEdit

Early LifeEdit

Rosie was born and raised in the city of Guadalajara, Mexico. She eventually met Ernesto Falta, a man she wed to, and had a son, Miguel. Ernesto is soon murdered by a drug cartel, leaving Rosie as a single mother. ("Pilot", "An Ideal Husband") In order to find work, she had to move to the United States, while Miguel moved in with his grandmother. Rosie starts saving money for a lawyer to get her son to the states. ("Pilot")

At an unknown moment of her life, Rosie worked as maid for a 80 years old lesbian woman. Her boss asked Rosie to give her a bikini ax. The maid was really nervous by that but the old woman offered her a raise. Finally, Rosie did what her boss wanted. ("Hanging the Drapes")

Later, Rosie began to work at the Westmores' house. While working as a maid, Rosie befriends fellow maids: Carmen, Zoila, Valentina, and Flora. Flora tells Rosie and the other maids about her involvement in Adrian Powell's 'business'. The four maids agree to keep it a secret, but in summer 2013, Flora is brutally killed, leaving only her maid friends, the Powell's, and a few other people the truth about her back ground. This has Rosie thinking they should go to the police. ("Pilot")

Season 1Edit

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"He called me 'mama.'" ("Pilot")

Rosie attends the funeral of her friend and fellow maid, Flora Hernandez. As she leaves the graveyard, she tells her friends, Carmen, Zoila, and Valentina that they should go to the police with what they know about Flora's murder, but she is warned against it. Later on, she asks her boss's, Peri and Spence Westmore for a day off so she can meet with a lawyer over the matters of bringing her son, Miguel to America, however, Peri does not allow it, as she needs Rosie to babysit her son on the only days that the lawyer is available. Rosie has lunch with her fellow maids where they welcome Marisol Duarte to their table, and become quick friends. Things go well until Marisol brings up Flora's murder, leading to the other maid's making up excuses to leave. Once she returns to the Westmore mansion, Rosie calls her son in Mexico, and is sent to tears when he doesn't understand why they can't see each other. Peri discovers her maid's state and tries comforting her before telling her to look after her son while she goes to get a facial. The next day, Brenda Colfax arives to interview Peri. Rosie see's this as an opportunity for revenge, so during the middle of Peri's interview, Rosie barges in with Tucker and says on TV that he called her "mama". An embarrassed Peri gives Rosie the day off to see her lawyers while she tries to get her son to talk. ("Pilot")

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"I don't like liars." ("Setting the Table")

Rosie and the other maids run into Marisol while she's reading an article from the newspaper about Flora. Rosie takes the paper from her new friend and starts reading the heading aloud: "Suspect in maid murder maintains his innocence." The maids briefly debate over the suspects innocence, but conclude that anything can happen in the Powell house. Later on, at the Westmore's mansion, Rosie is caught in the middle of another one of Peri and Spence's arguments. The latter found a pair of men's underwear in his bed room that don't belong him, thus leading him to conclude Peri is having an affair. Spence asks Rosie if she's ever seen the pair of briefs before, she decides to lie for Peri and say she has. Peri promises Spence that she would never cheat, and as the couple walk away, Peri whispers "thanks" to her maid. Rosie confronts Peri about this when the two are alone. The latter swears on the life of her child that she has never committed infidelity, and never will. Rosie believes her, but as soon as she leaves, Peri stops the fake tears and goes back to reading her magazine. Carmen has Rosie, Marisol, and Zoila over to lounge by the pool when Alejandro goes out of town. Carmen tells the maids that she always knew she was destined to own nice things, not clean them. Rosie comments that she surely didn't clean the lounge table, as it is filthy. The maid takes a cloth and begins wiping down the table. Once back at the Westmore mansion, Rosie decides to take Tucker with her to the store, but as they pull out of the driveway, a yellow sports car pulls in. Rosie turns around where she sneaks back into the house. The maid goes upstairs and walks in on Peri seducing her co-star. At a coffee house later that day, Rosie gossips about it to her friends and tells them she's telling Spence. Marisol warns her that it may not be the best choice, but Rosie doesn't listen. Later on, Rosie decides to tell Spence the truth, but after having a heart to heart talk, she decides it's best if she didn't. ("Setting the Table")

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Rosie tries to impress Spence... with his own gardener! ("Wiping Away the Past")

Rosie checks the mail and gasps at something she receives. She runs inside, ignoring the gardener wishing her a good morning. The maid runs inside where she tells Peri that the lawyer who promised to bring Miguel to America needs her to file more papers which is more than she can afford. Peri, who is clearly uninterested in Rosie's problems, asks her to not beg for a loan before breakfast. Rosie tells Peri that she wouldn't ask unless she was desperate, but the latter refuses to give in. Rosie says that after everything she has done for Peri, she thought she would want to help out. The latter takes this to mean Rosie is blackmailing her and yells that she would get a divorce before giving in to extortion. Spence hear's the yelling and comes to see what's wrong. Peri tells him that Rosie asked for a loan and she said no. She then asks Rosie if there was anything she wanted to say to Spence. Rosie doesn't answer, but instead leaves her boss's alone. Later on, Spence apologizes to Rosie for his wife's behavior since she had no right to raise her voice like that. As a gift, Spence gives Rosie a check to help pay for Miguel to come to America. Rosie hugs him out of gratitude, but is shocked to find he has a erection. Rosie tells this to Marisol and Zoila who tell her that she may not want to take the money since Spence's intentions may not be as honorable as they thought. Rosie refuses, but agrees to make sure he knows that there is nothing in return. The other maids suggest she get a boyfriend, but she doesn't know where to find one. At that moment, the leaf blower turns on, and the three maids turn to the gardener. Rosie brings Raul to thank Spence for the check. She lies, saying that he is her boyfriend and that they've happily been together for many months. She also tells Spence that Raul saw him hug her the other day and it makes him violent, so to please not let it happen again. Spence agrees, and as Rosie and Raul leave the room, the latter asks in Spanish if he chose roses or dahlias, clearly not understanding what happened. Rosie tells her 'boyfriend' to surprise him. While Rosie is ironing, Spence confronts her, knowing she wasn't really dating Raul. She confesses that she wasn't, so he asks why she lied. She says that when they hugged, she felt his erection. This leaves Spence embarrassed, but Rosie comforts him, stating that he has nothing to be ashamed of. Spence promises that he never intended for her to know how he felt about her. ("Wiping Away the Past")

Rosie goes to church because she’s worried about her boss Mr. Spence and how his wife Peri is a terrible woman. Rosie is asked if she is having impure thoughts about her boss and says that she has nothing to confess. During game night at the Westmore’s, Spence overhears Peri having a conversation with a friend about how she doesn’t want to be married to such a bad actor. This hurts his feelings and turns to the one person who makes him feel happy and appreciates him — Rosie. Spence takes Rosie to the laundry room where they both share their first passionate kiss. Finally, Rosie returns to confessional to confess her love for her boss. ("Making Your Bed")

Carmen makes good use of her employer’s absence to take advantage of what Alejandro’s house has to offer. And with her boss Odessa out of the way, the mouse is looking to play. Carmen invites her fellow maids — Zoila, Rosie, and Marisol — for a day of relaxation and lounging poolside with drinks. Spence finds a pair of mens underwear under the bed but doesn’t recognize them putting Rosie in the awkward position of defending Peri – when she knows the underwear does not belong to Spence. Rosie confronts Peri about the underwear and Peri tells her that the underwear is from an actor who she was rehearsing lines with. They went for a swim and he left his underwear at her home. And then Rosie finds Peri in bed with the actor. Rosie wants to tell Spence but the maids try to convince her otherwise. Rosie speaks to Spence and asks him if he ever considered leaving Peri. He tells her he has but doesn’t want his son a product of divorce. After hearing this – Rosie decides not to tell Spence about Peri’s affair. ("Taking Out the Trash")

Rosie and Spence are in the midst of a full-blown affair, and it is affecting her ability to do her job properly. Peri, who cannot be bothered to even glance at her own child, notices that her shelves are dusty and there are dirty dishes in her sink and admonishes Rosie. The second she leaves the house, Rosie and Spence are back in bed – only this time their sex session ends in pain, not pleasure, when Spence has a heart attack. His brush with death turns out to be a wake-up call for Peri, who tells Rosie she wants to go to therapy in order to work on becoming less of a raging bitch. ("Walking the Dog")

In a series of events that takes place over the course of two days, Rosie is suspicious about Marisol after a college student comes up to Marisol and calls her a professor—and her real last name. Marisol in return vows to retaliate against Rosie about her texts that she has been getting from Spence (which viewers could see onscreen that were coming from him). The two come to a truce to help each other so they could find out the truth behind Flora's murder while keeping their alliance a secret from the other maids. Also, Olivia helps a frustrated and delirious Evelyn look for a new maid, and Rosie answers the call (as she becomes the mole for Marisol). ("Taking a Message")

At Marisol’s behest, Rosie is now working for the Powells. While Evelyn is at first upset that Rosie takes the Westmore’s son to work, she finds herself enchanted by him. Her preoccupation with the baby allows Rosie to go through all of the tapes of Flora in the Powell’s secret room. She does not find the one Marisol is looking for, and when she realizes that Evelyn has taken the Westmore’s son out for a far longer time than she had said, is rightfully angry. When Evelyn returns with the missing baby, Rosie tells her she quits. Though Marisol is at first angry, she realizes that her single-minded quest to find Flora’s real killer is negatively affecting other people’s lives and other people’s children. This triggers the confession she makes to Olivia. When Rosie goes back to get her last payment from Evelyn, she sees that the Powell’s have hidden one of Flora’s DVDs in their safe. Rosie tells Evelyn she wants to work for her again, and while Evelyn is distracted by baby Westmore, Rosie sneaks into the safe - the password is BARRETT, the name of the Powell’s dead son - and steals Flora’s DVD. ("Minding the Baby")

Rosie is still working at the Powells' and allowing Evelyn to creepily become attached to Tucker. When Adrian unexpectedly returns home mid-day from a business trip, he warns Rosie not to bring Tucker around Evelyn. He also shows his interest in Rosie by telling her she can come by his house whenever she likes. Rosie promptly quits. Later, she and a recovered Spence start to get frisky in front of the Westmore’s huge glass windows, and Evelyn catches them in the act. When Rosie goes to discuss what happened with Evelyn, Evelyn blackmails her into bringing Tucker around in exchange for her keeping their affair a secret. When Rosie discusses this with Spence, he says he is willing to tell Peri about their love so that he can be with Rosie, but Rosie implores him to try to make his relationship with his wife work for Tucker’s sake. The only way she wants to be with Spence is if he has tried to work on his marriage before he gives up on it. The two resolve to meet with Adrian to see if he can get Evelyn to agree not to blackmail them. He does this by reminding her of the inappropriate attachments she has formed with young children in the past, and how she eventually mistook them for her own son. He also gives her the affection she seeks from him in order to make her stop blackmailing the Westmores. After telling Rosie she does not have to worry about Evelyn exposing her affair, he also says that she owes him a favor. ("Scrambling the Eggs")

Spence and Peri drinking some red wine at their dinner table. As usual, the two are incapable of having a civil conversation, and while Peri admits that a main reason they are having marital problems is because she is a raging bitch, she wants Spence to admit that some part of their issues has to do with the fact that he is a wuss. Rosie tries to diffuse the tension by bringing out a beautifully decorated cake. The next day, Rosie encounters Adrian Powell in a grocery store parking lot, where he lewdly propositions that she come to one of his parties and whore herself out to his friends. When she tells Spence about this, he at first laughs off her concerns, then agrees that Adrian is a perverted creep. However, Rosie wants him to do more than just sympathize with her; she wants him to defend her honor, echoing Peri by calling him a wuss. After psyching himself up by watching a tape of himself punching someone on his soap opera, Spence goes to visit Adrian. After they exchange some words, Adrian is punched and Spence winds up with a concussion. When Spence returns home, he tells Peri about his encounter with Adrian, and begs her not to laugh at the fact that he got a concussion. She is moved by the fact that he would defend Rosie like that and kisses him. After a moment of hesitation, he kisses her back. Rosie arrives just in time to see them kissing tenderly on the couch. ("Hanging the Drapes")

Peri is involved in a hit and run car accident with a late night jogger. She goes immediately home and tells Rosie that she hit someone with her car, but didn’t call an ambulance, so Rosie rushes to the scene of the accident and calls an ambulance for the fallen jogger. Thankfully, he is alright, but Peri’s callous attitude towards his life makes Rosie far more angry than she was even when she found out Marisol’s true identity. She yells at Peri, telling Peri that she is the only reason Rosie isn’t happy, but that because Peri is a terrible person, she does not care about her feelings anymore. Rosie immediately calls Spence and tells him she wants them to be together for real. Meanwhile, Peri asks her manager for a favor – she wants to borrow his company’s private jet to fly to Mexico and bring back Rosie’s child. ("Cleaning Out the Closet")

Spence proposes to Rosie and she says yes. But after finding out Peri’s plan to reunite Rosie with her son, Rosie’s Catholic guilt forces her to give Spence his ring back and chooses her son over her love. Rosie has been waiting to get her son back, and Peri uses her company jet to fly to Mexico to bring him back. ("Getting Out the Blood")

Rosie is delighted to have Miguel back in her life and ridiculously grateful to Peri for bringing him to her. However, she is less than thrilled with Spence, and no matter how much he apologizes for trying to convince Peri not to steal Miguel from Mexico, Rosie refuses to forgive him. Spence tells her that he loves her and wants to marry her and adopt Miguel. Though she loves him too, she says it isn’t right for them to be together. He tells her that her commitment to being a good person is part of the reason he loves her, and the two tearfully exchange vows of love while mutually agreeing to stop their affair. Unfortunately, as they are talking about their affair, Miguel picks up a phone call from Peri and goes to bring the phone to his mother. Peri hears everything and vows to destroy Rosie’s life. At the episode’s end, there is a little party in order to celebrate Eddie's liberation. Peri watches gleefully as Immigration cops come and arrest Rosie as the other maids look on in horror. ("Totally Clean")

Season 2Edit

Three months after being taken away by immigration officers, Rosie is in court to see if she will be deported. Marisol, Zoila, and Carmen head to court to support her. Her case is postponed for six months and she can stay in the U.S. Rosie is reunited with her friends, and Zoila suggests they all go out to dinner that night. Rosie tells them that she wishes she could, but first she needs to see Spence. Later on, Peri is relaxing on the couch drinking a glass of wine and Rosie barges in to reveal that she hasn’t been deported. Peri is shocked, she tells Rosie that she has a new maid and doesn’t need her anymore. That night, Spence arrives at home and is thrilled when Peri reveals to him that Rosie didn’t get deported. Then Peri reveals to him that she is pregnant. Spence is shocked. The next morning, Rosie is cleaning her porch and Spence arrives and surprises her. He gives her son a gift and then Rosie rushes into his arms. Rosie tells Spence she thinks Peri turned her in to immigration. Spencer reassures her she never would have done that because she doesn’t know about them. He breaks the news to Rosie that Peri is pregnant. Rosie begins crying and rushes inside and says they can’t be together. ("An Ideal Husband")

Rosie is given a job as the new maid for the Miller family. Her lawyer, Reggie is the nephew of her new boss, Kenneth and Didi Miller and cousin of Lucinda. Reggie drops Rosie off, and she thanks him for everything he has done for her. Reggie tells her that it was no problem and prepares to leave. Rosie asks why he isn't going inside, and he tells her that she'll see. The scene changes to Rosie and Miguel sitting on the couch in silence across from Kenneth, Didi, and Lucinda. Kenneth had a stroke and doesn’t speak - he’s in a wheelchair. His wife Didi, who is less than half his age - and an ex stripper - spends the entire meeting bickering with his daughter Lucinda, they clearly despise each other. Later, Rosie meets Lucinda in the kitchen and she begins ranting about Didi. Rosie says that she doesn’t want to take sides, but Lucinda reminds her she is being paid to choose sides her side. Later, Rosie is getting Kenneth ready for his birthday dinner with Reggie, Didi, and Lucinda. Rosie surprises the family by dressing Ken in one of his good suits before she wheels him out to the table. Didi and Lucinda begin arguing over who Rosie works for, Ken musters up all of his strength and punches the table. Rosie smiles and says she doesn’t work for Didi or Lucinda, she works for Kenneth. Later, Rosie is watching television and sees a report and Spence and Peri broke up. She rushes to his house to check on him, he says that he can’t talk and he “can’t see her again.” He informs her that he is losing her family because of her and she has to stay away and then he shuts the door in her face. Peri is standing around the corner listening in and smiling. ("The Dark at the Top of the Stairs")

Marisol shows Dahlia's letter she found to Rosie and Zoila. Rosie is shocked and says Marisol should investigates about that letter. Later, Kenneth’s doctor stops by and Rosie thinks he is a fraud. Rosie is sure Ken is making progress and just needs some therapy but the doctor informs her that Ken is showing no change. The doctor leaves and Rosie tells Didi she thinks they need a second opinion. However, the young wife informs her she needs to drop it and do her job-which is clean the house. The next day, Rosie sneaks Kenneth to a different doctor when Didi isn’t home. The new doctor confirms her suspicions that Kenneth needs to be in physical therapy so that he can get better. On the way home she drives past Kenneth’s wife, who is making out with Dr. Sanders in the middle of the street. Rosie reveals to Didi when she comes home that Kenneth is going to therapy three times a week, and if Didi doesn’t let him go she will tell his daughter Lucinda about Didi’s affair. The next day, Rosie is present at Alejandro's funeral. ("Dangerous Liaisons")

Kenneth’s therapy has been doing wonders and he is now able to type on a computer to interact with people around him. Reggie is so pleased with his progress since Rosie began caring for him that he asks her out to dinner. Rosie declines. Later, Rosie learns that Carmen is working for Spence and marches over to his mansion and informs her she has to quit. She is scared that Carmen will “tempt” Spence and she is in love with him. Carmen informs her that she has no intention of sleeping with her boss like Rosie did, and she has no intention of quitting because Rosie says so. The next day, Rosie is taking care of Kenneth and filling him in on all the sordid details of her affair with Spence. Kenneth realizes this is why Rosie won’t date his nephew. He manages to type her an inspirational message about moving on to something new, and Rosie is touched and informs him he is a “wise man”. Later, Carmen reveals to Rosie that she is going to quit her job at Spence’s house for her. Rosie tells her that she doesn’t need to quit because she has decided to move on. Then, Reggie arrives for his date which Rosie. ("Crimes of the Heart")

Miguel is playing in Kenneth’s house, and Lucinda is annoyed because he is making so much noise with his new toy. She is even more annoyed when she learns that her father brought the toy for Miguel. She tells him to “stop being so nice to people he isn’t related to”. Later, Rosie heads out to the grocery store and leaves Miguel with Lucinda. He gets up out of bed and plays with his remote control car. When Rosie returns Lucinda announces that she spanked Miguel, and Rosie is livid. She tells Lucinda is she wants to beat children she should go have her own. The next day, Rosie accidently knocks the statue that Lucinda has been making down on the floor and breaks it. Lucinda walks in and thinks Miguel broke the statue. She forces Rosie to punish him so she yells at him in Spanish, little does Lucinda know she is actually talking about ice cream in Spanish and not really yelling at him. Later, Lucinda walks in the livingroom and sees Miguel playing with Kenneth, she rushes out obviously upset. Rosie follows her and asks what is wrong. Lucinda confesses that when she was 15 she had a baby and Kenneth made her give the baby up for adoption. She doesn’t understand why her dad wouldn’t let her keep a baby, but he let Rosie move her kid in to the house. She reassures Rosie she doesn’t have a problem with Miguel, she has a problem with her dad. ("The Bad Seed")

Rosie decides to help Lucinda. The other woman has been nothing but kind to her since she revealed her big secret and was finally able to openly grieve for the daughter she put up for adoption. So to return the kindness, Rosie wants to reunite her new found friend with the daughter she lost. She even interrupted their date to ask Reggie for help. Although he comes off as a tad too excited at the idea. Recently Lucinda has begun to question why her father’s stipend has unexpectedly stopped and Reggie has been putting her off. Rosie ended up finding Lucinda’s daughter, named Natasha Jones, and she united them. Natasha hits her mother upon first meeting her. According to the younger woman, she tried contacting her birth mother four years ago and was told back then that she wasn’t wanted by Kenneth. Lucinda was able to convince her that she never knew about the earlier incident and the two women managed to have the loving reunion they were always supposed to have. But Lucinda was ready to give up her anger at her father. She nearly killed her old man and would have gladly done it in front of Didi if hadn’t been for Rosie. Rosie said the one thing that could calm down her boss’s daughter. She told her if she went to jail then she would have lose out on her new found relationship with her daughter. Later, Reggie used that violent and disturbing scene to his best advantage. He persuaded his uncle into believing that Lucinda no longer had the older man best interest at heart. So Kenneth took back power of attorney away from Lucinda and gave it to his nephew. ("Private Lives")

Rosie is sitting at a restaurant waiting for Reggie, and she runs into Spence. She lies and says that Reggie is her immigration lawyer when he arrives, and Reggie is clearly not happy. When they get home he confronts her and asks where he stands. She confesses that she used to be with Spence, and now he is going through a divorce and she doesn't want to rub in his face that she has a boyfriend. The next day, Rosie and Carmen comfort the former's friend from church, Concepcion. Her boss, Javier - none other than Zoila's new boyfriend - told Concepcion that she has to scrub his entire house spotless because Zoila insulted the cleaning. None of the maids are aware that Zoila is Javier's new girlfriend. Rosie says that she has to leave because Miguel gets out of school early that day. Carmen follows because Rosie is her ride. This leaves Zoila alone with her boyfriend's maid. Later, Spence shows up at Rosie’s and informs her that Peri forced him to break up with her, and that he never stopped loving her. Reggie barges in, and catches them talking. Spence leaves and Reggie says that he is uncomfortable with her seeing Spence. Rosie informs him it is not up to him who she sees. This angers Reggie, so he comes up with a plan to keep Spence out of the picture. He follows Spence to a restaurant. When Spence gets up, Reggie intentionally runs into him. Reggie, attempting to push Spence's buttons, says that they can now bond over how "freaky Rosie is in the sack." Spence is furious and attacks Reggie, telling to to stay away from Rosie. After he leaves, Reggie reveals that he set the entire thing up and had someone record Spence attacking him. Reggie heads home and shows Rosie the video of Spence attacking him. He lies and says that Spence said horrible things about her and when Reggie defended her, Spence attacked him. Rosie is shocked. Later, she calls Spence. He tries to explain everything, but Rosie tells him to never contact her again. Spence is left heartbroken. ("Betrayal")

Lucinda storms into the house, furious, and announces to Rosie that Didi is a dead woman. She just found out that her dad removed her as his power of attorney and is convinced Didi is responsible for what happened. Meanwhile, Didi is having a lunch with Reggie, which reveals to the woman Kenneth has taken his power of attorney away from Lucinda. Later, Rosie heads in to Miguel’s school, and learns that Miguel had an incident. Miguel called one of the girls in his class a “gold-digging whore” when she tried to eat his cookie - something he obviously picked up from Didi and Lucinda. Then, Rosie tells Lucinda Miguel got some troubles at school because he said bad words he learned from her. Lucinda tells her it is not a good time for that, because something is going on with Kenneth's bank account and she tries to figure it out. However, Rosie insists and tells her she can't say those things in front of Miguel. At the same time, Didi is watching the scene. Lucinda tells to Rosie she is the employee and she can't tells her how to talk. Rosie replies if she is the employee she could leaves the house if it is not good for her son to be here. A smiling Didi discreetly leaves the room. Lucinda says to Rosie she means a lot for her, and she would never want to see her leave. She adds she'll try to watch her language. Later, Didi and Reggie talk to Kenneth. Didi tells to her husband it was awful the way Lucinda was screaming at Rosie, and she adds the maid said she might have to quit. The old man looks confused and Didi says she knows he loves Rosie and Miguel, and it would be a shame to see them go. Kenneth asks what should he does. Reggie tells him sometimes the best thing we can do for our children is to push them out of the nest. Kenneth nods and Reggie smiles to Didi. Later, Rosie arrives home and finds Lucinda storming out with her suitcase. Lucinda reveals that Kenneth kicked her out of the house because she was “abusive to the help.” Rosie is confused because she never complained to Kenneth. Lucinda tells her she thought she was her friend, and she leaves the house. Rosie barges upstairs to confront Kenneth, but his nephew stops her and explains it was Didi’s doing. ("Night, Mother")

Rosie is working on Kenneth's speech therapy with Reggie. Didi marches in and wants to know why Reggie put his bags in Lucinda's old room. He says he is just staying for a few days because his apartment is being painted, Didi says that she knows Althea from his building and she said Reggie moved out. He says her friend is mistaken. At this moment, Didi receives a call from Dr. Sanders; she tells her Kenneth is doing better and they no longer require his services. Rosie asks Didi why he called. Didi says they are going to talk about this later and she goes. That night, Rosie is working with Kenneth on his therapy. She asks him to read some letters but the man prefers to "read" a catalog for women's underwear. At this moment, Didi comes back home and Rosie decides to talk with her. Didi reveals she ended the affair weeks ago but Bill does not stop to call her. She went over there to tell him to leave her the hell alone. She recognizes the affair was a mistake but she says she felt alone after Kenneth's stroke. Rosie agrees to keep the secret if she swears to have nothing to do with that man. The next day, Rosie has lunch with Carmen and Zoila. While at the restaurant, the maids are sat by Marisol's new nurse, Molly. The maids are shocked when they hear Molly gossiping about Marisol. The next night, Reggie is sitting on the couch watching Rosie clean, she asks him when his apartment will be done being painted. The doorbell interrupts, and it is Dr. Sanders, who asked where is Didi. Reggie throws him out and Rosie confesses to him that Didi was having an affair with Dr. Sanders, but reassures him that it is over now. The next day, Rosie brings some letters in order to help Kenneth during his speech therapy. When she did not look the letters, someone put another letter with the others. Then, Rosie chooses one letter - the added one - and gives it to Kenneth. He begins to read it, but soon he is devastated when he realizes the letter is from Dr. Sanders informing him that Didi was cheating on him. That night, Rosie comes home and finds Didi balling her eyes out in the living-room with Reggie and a few lawyers. Reggie goes to see her and he says that Kenneth told him to throw Didi out because she signed a pre-nup claiming she wouldn’t cheat on him. Reggie heads back in the living-room and Rosie finds stationary laying in his brief-case, the same stationary that was used on the letter Kenneth got from Dr. Sanders. She puts two and two together and realizes that Reggie wrote the letter to expose Didi’s affair. Later, Rosie learns that the group of robbers who killed Alejandro have broken into another home - Spence's. Rosie rushes over to see if Carmen was alright. She also asks if Spence was alright. Both are fine and Carmen tells Rosie that Ty is a hero. ("The Visit")

At Kenneth's house, Reggie is watching a painting. When Rosie comes in the room, he tells her the painting cost $200,000 and he wants to sell it. Rosie asks if he is allowed to do that and Reggie reveals to her he has the power of attorney of Kenneth so he is supposed to make decisions about this house. Then, he asks Rosie if she does not want to come with him in his room. Rosie refuses because Miguel might see them. Later, Rosie is helping Kenneth into bed, she reveals that his nephew Reggie is planning on selling his painting in the living. Kenneth protests, but Rosie reminds him he gave Reggie power of attorney, so he can do whatever he wants. Rosie adds Kenneth could take his power of attorney back because he is stronger. The next day, Rosie returns home from the grocery store and finds Kenneth’s cane lying on the floor. Reggie says that Kenneth is at the hospital because he fell down the stairs. Rosie tries to rush off to the hospital but Reggie says that only family is allowed to visit him. Later, with the help of Miguel, Rosie pretends to be Kenneth's daughter-in-law and Miguel his grandson. A nurse tells her she is not on the list of the family, and Rosie says it must be a mistake and all she wants is to bring Miguel's drawing to Kenneth. The nurse agrees. Then, Rosie sneaks in to the hospital to see Kenneth and he is knocked out with meds. The orderly reveals that his nephew requested they subdue him because he was arguing with Reggie when the nephew brought him in to the hospital. Later, back at Kenneth's house, Reggie surprises Rosie with an expensive necklace and she tells him she can’t take it and wants to know where he got the money from. He convinces her to just try on the necklace and tells her how beautiful she looks in it. ("Long Day's Journey Into Night")

At lunch, Rosie shows Marisol and Carmen the necklace that Reggie brought her. Rosie says that Reggie bought her the necklace because she refuses to sleep with him. Carmen and Marisol ask why she refuses, and Rosie tells her that Reggie is embezzling Kenneth's money, and that he manipulated his uncle into kicking Lucinda and Didi out and later put Kenneth in the hospital. Rosie plans to find proof he is stealing the money so that she can turn him in to the cops. Later, at Kenneth's home, Rosie is snooping through Reggie's stuff and she finds a brochure but Reggie interrupts her. He reveals that he has been working on her immigration case, and he almost has a green card secured for her and Miguel. She shows him the brochure she found in his brief case for a place called Maple Park, and he reveals that he is sending Kenneth to an assisted living center in Sacramento. She protests because they could not visit him, but Reggie won't hear it and says Kenneth will be sent there in two weeks. Later, Rosie pays Kenneth a visit at the hospital to tell him that Reggie is sending him to a home. Kenneth says there is "no point" in fighting Reggie and whatever Reggie has planned for him he has coming, because he lost the people he loves most: Didi and Lucinda. Rosie asks him to be strong, but a guard comes and tells Rosie she has to leave. Later, Rosie returns home and Reggie confronts her about visiting Kenneth. Reggie reveals that Kenneth is well enough to travel and they are sending him to Maple Park on Monday. Rosie tells Reggie that if he sends Kenneth away then she will go to the cops. Then, she reveals to Reggie she knows what he did to Lucinda, Didi and Kenneth, because he wants his uncle's money. Reggie says she should not do that because he has her future in his hands: he tells her that if she goes to the police, he will go to her immigration hearing and have her sent back to Mexico. ("You Can't Take It With You")

The morning after Opal's death, Rosie and Carmen comfort Marisol, especially after Nick reveals to be interested in Opal's apartment. Later on at Kenneth's house, Rosie tells to Miguel she needs to help Kenneth because a bad man wants to steal his treasure. However, this bad man could send them back to Mexico so she asks Miguel's permission to help Kenneth; her son agrees. Later, Carmen calls Rosie, telling her she can't take care of Tucker. Rosie tells her she would love to help her, but she can't because she has an important meeting. Later on, at a diner, Lucinda arrives and finds Rosie. She says she does not know why she came after what Rosie did to her, but the latter tells her she is not the one who had her kicked out of the house. Lucinda asks who did this, and Rosie says she will explain everything when everyone is there. Lucinda wonders who else is coming, and at this moment, Didi arrives. Rosie tells them Kenneth is in trouble. She adds that he is in the hospital thanks to Reggie, and she will explain everything. Lucinda and Didi look surprised by what she said. After her audition, Carmen calls Rosie, who cannot believe what Carmen did to Tucker. Rosie tells Carmen she won't do what she did with her future children. Carmen says she won't ever have children, because she has her dream. Rosie replies she will be happy to have children if her dream does not come true. Carmen is upset by this answer, and says her dream is going to come true. Later, at Kenneth's house, Reggie finds Rosie moving out and meets his new maid, named Esperanza. Reggie asks her if she will talk to someone about what she discovered, and Rosie promises him she won’t tell anyone about his “creative accounting” and what he did to Kenneth, because she does not want to go back to Mexico with Miguel. Then, Reggie tells her to keep the necklace he bought for her. Rosie leaves and goes into a car, with Didi and Lucinda. She says Reggie is so dumb and the three women laugh, while they leave. They go to the hospital where Kenneth is. The three women give Reggie's necklace to the guard, who lets them take back Kenneth. The group go back to Kenneth's house, where Reggie discovered the hospital lost Kenneth. Reggie is shocked to see the whole family back in the house and Rosie tells him Kenneth took back his power of attorney and, thanks to Esperanza, they have proof of what Reggie did so they're gonna call the police. As he is kicked out of the house, Reggie tells Rosie to pack her bags, because he is going to see to it that she is kicked out of the country. ("Proof")

Carmen, Zoila, Rosie, and Marisol are heading to lunch. Rosie reveals that next week she could deported because Reggie threw away all of her deportation papers. They arrive at the restaurant, and there is a sign on the door that says “closed for private event.” Inside, the girls find Spence waiting for Rosie in a room decked out in flowers. The girls leave the room while Rosie goes with Spence, asking if she wants to marry him. She agrees. Later, Rosie arrives in Spence's home, he asks her if she found a wedding dress. Rosie tells him his credit card has been denied, but Spence says he will talk with the bank later. Spence admits to Rosie he is “a little strapped for cash,” and she tells Spence she doesn’t want them to go broke on the wedding. She thinks they should cut back on their spending, and Spence hints at firing Carmen. Later, Rosie fires Carmen, even if she is annoyed by that. The same day, Spence presents Michael Feinstein to Rosie, saying he will sing at their wedding. First, Rosie thinks it will be free, but Spence reveals they will pay him. The woman is really worried about the money, and she tries to help Spence realize they need to be careful, because he did not know what it is to grow up without money. The next day is Rosie’s big day, and Zoila, Carmen, and Marisol help her get ready. Rosie confesses that she doesn’t know if she should marry Spence, because she doesn’t think she will be as happy with Spence as she was with her first husband Ernesto. However, her friends tell her she should not compare Spence with Ernesto, and her wedding will be happy because Spence loves her so much. Meanwhile, somewhere in Mexico, the police bust a drug cartel where they find out Ernesto is alive. Soon after, Rosie heads down the aisle and she marries Spence in front of everyone, while Michael Feinstein is singing. Then, after the wedding, Rosie and Spence and all of their friends and family follow them out of the church to see them off. Everyone's happiness is cut short, however, as Ty arrives and starts shooting at everyone. Rosie drops her blood covered bouquet, leaving it unknown who was shot. ("Look Back in Anger")

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