Don Alejandro gets two surprises: the alcalde is riding a horse stolen from him, then his youth love Mercedes Henche, now the widow Villero, has returned to Los Angeles, telling she came to... See full summary »

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Don Alejandro gets two surprises: the alcalde is riding a horse stolen from him, then his youth love Mercedes Henche, now the widow Villero, has returned to Los Angeles, telling she came to sell her family's rancho after her late husband Antonio, who was a brute, squandered all they had. The horse-thief is arrested, and Felipe overhears him and the alcalde scheming to rob Alejandro, who hears from Mercedes Antonio is alive but a criminal. It's time for Zorro to ride to the rescue... Written by KGF Vissers

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20 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode is nothing. There's no adventure, no mystery, no intrigue, nothing of interest. It's below the series' usual standard. That's bad, because the series' usual standard is low.

When Don Alejandro's love, I can't remember her name because she is so cardboard and meaningless, dies he places her "body" on the couch, with a pillow under her head and a blanket over her torso. Then, when she's shown in close up, she's not just breathing: she's breathing heavily.

I guess the actress couldn't hold her breath for 5 seconds.

Zorro has little to do other than step in at after the bad guy shoots DA's love. Later, Diego quips that "there would be two graves here" instead of one - DA would also be dead - if Phillipe hadn't have run for Diego/Zorro.

Huh? The bad guy was deflated after he shot the woman. The fight had ended. The bad guy wouldn't have killed DA.

Awful. Awful. Awful.


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