Joanna interacting with her sister is very precious. As she states in one of her interviews, her mom was a very hard worker, and it was Joanna who practically raised Marta. The love they have for each other is evident, and I love how she will defend and protect her no matter what. A relationship is hard work no matter what, but add in a sister who is Joanna's life, and it can definitely put a strain sometimes on the intimacy of a relationship. (Not to mention cause some interesting and sticky situations, LOL.) But it comes with the territory when you put family first. When you are a family oriented person, you make sacrifices that will benefit your family core, and at the end of the day, it will, I believe, make you more appreciative of the people that love you, and vice versa.
Ana interacting with her daughters is interesting. It appears as though the daughters might not be very fond of Ana's new "boyfriend." It's nice to see that they can be friends and laugh together, but when Ana asks her daughter if he is coming to dinner... I think I draw the line when it comes to a daughter talking about her father's sex life with the soon to be ex-wife. TMI!
I think it is refreshing to see Lea interacting with her son. She is a very hands-on mom, and it definitely shows her softer side. She is actually calm and doesn't sound like a screaming cat (thanks, Andy, for the reference). It's wonderful seeing her act normally... I knew she had it in her! JK!
I think Frederic may have regretted taking Adriana and Lisa to the boat show, because it's going to cost him a pretty penny. Haha! The yacht was gorgeous, but a woman will always get more expensive ideas. You go, girl! Not sure if I could actually live on a boat, but if it works for her, why not?