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Viva Cuba
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Viva Cuba (S01E09) is the ninth episode of season one of "One Day at a Time (2017)" releas... More Viva Cuba (S01E09) is the ninth episode of season one of "One Day at a Time (2017)" released on Fri Jan 06, 2017. Over 9,386 TV Time users rated it a 8.68/10 with their favorite characters being Rita Moreno as Lydia Riera, Isabella Gomez as Elena Alvarez and Justina Machado as Penelope Alvarez.
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January 2017

When I start watching this show I just thought it gonna be a fun show to watch but it's actually so much more! Love it!! ❤

When I start watching this show I just thought it gonna be a fun show to watch but it's actually so much more! Love it!! ❤
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January 2017

"she was too old"
I never imagined this show would have such powerful and heart touching moments..

"she was too old"
I never imagined this show would have such powerful and heart touching moments..

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January 2017

this episode got me crying so hard

this episode got me crying so hard
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January 2017

Penelope: "So I guess you heard everything"

Dwayne: "That's just a curtain!"

//Tell 'em man!! 😂

Penelope: "So I guess you heard everything"

Dwayne: "That's just a curtain!"

//Tell 'em man!! 😂

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January 2017

This show is so important oh my god I'm crying

This show is so important oh my god I'm crying
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January 2018

Disappointed but not surprised. Even though this show is made by latinos, north american media and television loves some superficial representation and opinion on cuban politics in general. I'm not saying Che was all nice and perfect, he was for sure a man of his time. But comparing him to Hitler is completely inaccurate and irresponsible.

Disappointed but not surprised. Even though this show is made by latinos, north american media and television loves some superficial representation and opinion on cuban politics in general. I'm not saying Che was all nice and perfect, he was for sure a man of his time. But comparing him to Hitler is completely inaccurate and irresponsible.
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January 2018

"Leslie and Lydia
Leslie and Lydia
Leslie and Lydia
We are
Just good friends"

"Leslie and Lydia
Leslie and Lydia
Leslie and Lydia
We are
Just good friends"
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February 2018

I came to this show looking for something just funny to spend some time and actually I found a lot more! Yes, it’s really funny, but so touching at the same time. Love it!

Ps: Abuelita is the best actress EVER!

I came to this show looking for something just funny to spend some time and actually I found a lot more! Yes, it’s really funny, but so touching at the same time. Love it! 

Ps:  Abuelita is the best actress EVER!
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February 2018

lembrem de gravar com o celular deitado

lembrem de gravar com o celular deitado
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January 2017

I love deftly this show handles so many issues. I had never heard about Pedro Pan, and having Lydia talk about the experiences of leaving her family behind to take care of her siblings was touching and informative. And Elena's issues with the diversity scholarship are relevant and important. Part of the problem is the myth of meritocracy. But if the whites are going to assume you're an AA hire anyway, what else can you do but to take every opportunity available to you?

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January 2017

Quando a Elena apareceu a primeira coisa que eu pensei foi "ué, que que a Carmen Miranda tem a ver com Cuba?", mas provavelmente era só o esteriótipo latino mesmo

When Elena appeared the first thing I thought was "uh, what does Carmen Miranda have to do with Cuba?", But it was probably just the same Latin stereotype

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Quando a Elena apareceu a primeira coisa que eu pensei foi "ué, que que a Carmen Miranda tem a ver com Cuba?", mas provavelmente era só o esteriótipo latino mesmo
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January 2017

Nossa que episódio maravilhoso, sensacional, a mistura de humor e drama é impecável. One Day At A Time ta me conquistando cada vez mais, a cada episódio. 

O episódio nos brindou com uma ótima crítica a esses alienados que usam camiseta do Che Guevara sem fazer ideia do MONSTRO MALDITO que ele foi. Nos brindou com uma ótima discussão sobre sistemas de cotas e o ponto alto do episódio foi a emocionante história da Abuelita que com certeza é a história de muita gente na vida real.

Nota 10, com louvor. Fico muito feliz de não ter abandonado a série no episódio piloto, seria uma lástima.

Wow what a wonderful, sensational episode, the mix of humor and drama is flawless. One Day At A Time is conquering me more and more, with each episode.

The episode gave us a great critique of those people who wear Che Guevara's T-shirt without any idea of ​​the DAMN MONSTER he was. It provided us with a great discussion on quota systems and the highlight of the episode was the exciting story of Abuelita that is certainly the story of many people in real life.

Note 10, with praise. I'm so glad I did not abandon the series in the pilot episode, it would be a shame.

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February 2018

Em geral gostei do episódio! Entendi o questionamento da Elena em pensar que estava sendo desfavorecida pelo esquema de cotas, mas fiquei muito satisfeita de vê-la voltando atrás na decisão e agarrando com orgulho essa oportunidade.
Sobre o caso do endeusamento dos EUA como um país de oportunidades, me preocupa um pouco. É muito comum vermos latinos americanos buscando na América do Norte a chance única de subir na vida. E sabemos que nem tudo são flores, né?
Então seguimos acompanhando os desenrolar disso.

Overall I enjoyed the episode! I understood Elena's questioning that she was being disadvantaged by the quota scheme, but I was very pleased to see her going back on the decision and taking that opportunity with pride.
On the US deification case as a country of opportunity, I'm a little worried. It is very common to see American Latinos seeking North America a unique chance to rise in life. And we know that everything is not flowers, right?
So we continue to follow them.

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February 2018

Decepcionada com a demonizaçao de cuba e da revolução, e botar sempre os eua como a terra dos livres e felizes
Nao vamos esquecer dos avanços e igualdade que cuba tem hoje.
Aquela comparação do che com hitler e a camisa com o rosto do che sendo pisada, meu deus que horror
Um seriado massa como ferramenta de pura alienaçao com lutas do povo, decepcionante

Disappointed with the demonization of Cuba and the revolution, and always putting the USA as the land of the free and happy
We will not forget the advances and equality that Cuba has today.
That comparison of che and hitler and the shirt with the face of che being trampled, my god what horror
A serial mass as a tool of pure alienation with people's struggles, disappointing

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January 2017

This show never fails to make me both cry and laugh each episode. I appreciate shows like this, where they show you the real struggles of people and minorities especially, while at the same time makes you laugh.

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