In Ti Ti Ti, Jacques Leclair embarrasses the parade and is ‘sacrificed’ by his daughter; understand


Jacques Leclair (Alexandre Borges) will do a fashion show in a market and will not please anyone in Ti Ti Ti. The stylist will be criticized by Beatrice M, a pseudonym used by Mabi (Clara Tiezzi) in her fashion blog. Without imagining that it was his own daughter who published a memorial about his career, the man will fall into disrepute in the Globo soap opera.

Without the help of Jaqueline (Claudia Raia), Alexandre’s character will produce the event only with the help of Clotilde (Juliana Alves) and will be harshly criticized by the guests. Everyone will be amazed at the drop in the quality of the professional’s drawings.

Next chapters of the rerun of Worth a See Again, Mabi will comment to her grandmother that it would have been better if they had thrown tomatoes at her father. “At least, tomorrow his name would still be mentioned”, the teenager will continue. She, however, will curse Jacques’ career when she publishes a note about the parade on her blog.

“What we saw yesterday was the most dizzying fall of a myth ever seen in the history of Brazilian fashion,” the blonde will write. At the house of Ariclenes’ rival (Murilo Benício), the secretary will find part of the text that will talk about the stylist touching the scarf around his neck all the time.

“How can she know that if the event wasn’t filmed?” the woman will ask. Júlia (Nicette Bruno) will raise the possibility that the blogger was there. “She wouldn’t subject herself to going to Jacques Leclair’s fashion show,” Mabi will say, putting a flea behind Clotilde’s ear.

“She may be the one we least expect”, will retort the character of Juliana Alves about to unveil her stepdaughter’s secret.

The serial that Globo reruns in the afternoon at the Vale a Pena Ver de Novo session is a reinterpretation of two classic novels by Cassiano Gabus Mendes (1929-1993): Ti Ti Ti (1985) and Plumas and Paetês (1980). Originally aired between July 2010 and March 2011, the plot was written by Maria Adelaide Amaral and Vincent Villari.

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