“Devious Maids” is inching closer to a dramatic Season 2 finale. The hit Lifetime series will air its eleventh episode next Sunday at 10 p.m. EDT, and according to the synopsis for “You Can’t Take it With You," it'll be a real jaw-dropper.
During episode 11 viewers can expect Marisol to confront Opal about Nicholas’s accident. She’s been trying to get the dirt straight from the horse’s mouth regarding who Nick killed and why, but he’s been reluctant to spill anything – that is, when he’s not on drugs. As hard as she tried, Marisol attempted to drug Nick with an orange juice and painkiller concoction to get the truth. But her fiancé seemed to be on his toes even though he was lying on his back in a hospital bed.
According to the summary, episode 11 will take a violent turn when Marisol confronts Opal. But that’s not the only storyline to give you goosebumps when "Devious Maids" returns. Valentina will find herself in a whole lot of trouble in next week's episode, but her predicament will bring Zoila and Pablo together when they attempt to lend a helping hand.
Rosie will continue to investigate her suspicions about Reggie in episode 11, while Carmen will try to help Spence when his drinking begins to affect his job. And for all of you concerned about the love triangle of “Devious Maids,” Adrian will finally learn the truth about Tony.
"You Can't Take It With You" is based on the 1936 comic play of the same title. Written by George S. Kafuman and Moss Hart, the play won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1937. The story is about two families, the Sycamores and the Kirbys, who are joined together by the union of Alice and Tony’s marriage. However, the wedding isn’t condoned by the Kirbys considering they don’t see eye to eye with the ideologies of the Sycamores. While the Sycamore’s embrace love before all else, the Kirbys are concerned with materialism.
Who do you think this plot could be referring to in “Devious Maids”? Sound off in the comments section below and don’t forget to tune in for episode 11 of “Devious Maids” on Sunday, June 29, at 10 p.m. EDT.