Ana Quincoces

Ana Quincoces explains how she couldn't have been the one texting Rodolfo.

on Sep 20, 2012

I was taken aback by Adriana's confrontation. I didn't want to engage in such ridiculous banter at an amazing foodie event since I live for that stuff. But alas, she was not going to let it go.

So what did we learn from the silly confrontation? Only that Rodolfo is a player who is receiving texts from someone (not me) who misses him, and that Karent is directing her misguided, smile-encased anger towards me. As a lawyer, I am a stickler for evidence and the only thing the evidence has shown thus far is that Karent needs more evidence.

Here's what we've seen so far:

Episode One:
-A reluctant Rodolfo barely responding to overt acts of affection by Karent.
-A quiet Rodolfo during one of Karent’s rants about me.
-Karent’s parents obvious disapproval of the telenovela, ahem, "star."
-Rodolfo making poorly timed jokes about sleeping with a blonde. Wait, Rodolfo likes blondes? Who knew!

Episode Two:
-That the wording of the infamous text is inconsistent with the way Cubans speak Spanish.
-That Rodolfo lives unsupervised in another country, where people say things like "te echo de menos."
-Lea admits to both witnessing Rodolfo texting me all night and not being able to pick this "huge celebrity" out of a lineup.
-A very annoyed Rodolfo via Skype. (Even he is sick of hearing about this nonsense.)
-Finally, we discover that Rodolfo left me a Facebook post at 10:15 pm on Valentine’s Day at or around the same time their supposed “romantic Skype dinner” was taking place. Talk about multi-tasking.