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You have to give credit to Jane — on Jane the Virgin season 3 episode 15, you’re going to see her put herself out there! Unfortunately, the bad news is that even though she may be willing to find love, that doesn’t mean that love in turn is going to be willing to find her.
The promo for this episode below really plays up some of the humor, and the romantic side of Gina Rodriguez’s character — which is both great and needed after focusing more on Jane the parent. It’s also been long enough in terms of a post-Michael hiatus (it’s certainly been long enough in terms of Jane’s own life) for her to want to put herself out there and try to find a way to find something that adds to the life she already has. It’s not about a need so much as an addition.
Oh, and there’s going to be plenty of comedy along the way. Just in terms of pure humor along, this may be one of the funnier promos that the network’s put out there.
We’re well aware that there are probably many people out there who are looking for some story scoop, so without further ado, let’s go ahead and move forward to sharing that.
Jane the Virgin season 3 episode 15 synopsis – “Jane (Gina Rodriguez) is finally ready to get back in the dating game so she enlists the help of Rafael (Justin Baldoni) and Petra (Yael Grobglas), but it seems they have their own issues to work on. Alba (Ivonne Coll) takes Xo (Andrea Navedo) and Jane’s advice about being an independent woman when it comes to Jorge (guest star Alfonso DiLuca). Petra finds out that Chuck (guest star Johnny Messner) has been talking to the police, which could put her in hot water. Meanwhile, Rogelio (Jaime Camil) is trying to settle his lawsuit in a hurry so he can start his new telenovela, but it isn’t going as smoothly as he hoped.”
It shouldn’t surprise you that things remain so complicated for so many different characters, but we will say this — fingers crossed that Rogelio gets a chance to start up that telenovela soon, mostly because the idea of it’s gold and it’ll bring more to the show when it’s there.