Marisol’s relationship with Nicholas seemed like a dream. Here was this handsome, successful, loving man who wanted to spend the rest of his life with her and give her the life that she never thought possible; being swept off her feet was something she always wanted to happen, but it was something that the ever-practical former professor only thought happened in movies or to women in a different situation than she was. While the first three months of their relationship went by swimmingly, Marisol growing used to life as a Beverly Hills family and living her time as a maid behind, her suspicions about the man she thought she always wanted have steadily grown in recent days.
On the next episode of Devious Maids, Nicholas grows jealous over the relationship Marisol has with her book editor. Though Marisol has given Nicholas no inclination that she would cheat on him, it seems likely that her recent string of faux pas (getting a prenup to look at his financial records, going to Opal about the paternity of Ethan) has caught up to her and informed the way her relationship with her fiancée operates. Nicholas wants to turn the attention from his misdeeds to her own and possibly give himself an out if things get too close for comfort; he knows that she’s getting close to finding out the truth about what happened to Dahlia, so before that can happen, he might have to pull the rip cord and end their relationship on the basis of his jealousy and her perceived infidelity.
Elsewhere on Devious Maids, a new visitor creates problems for Carmen, while Lucinda crosses the line with Rosie, Tony makes a decision to troubles Evelyn, and things grow more complicated between Valentina and Ethan.
Devious Maids airs Sundays at 10:00 on Lifetime.
Do you think Nicholas’ jealousy is real or is it a way to keep Marisol from prying into his private life? Who do you think visits Spence’s place and creates a problem for Carmen? How will Valentina handle the news that Remi’s home and not well?