Full of anger and jealousy, Ruy (Fiuk) will commit a crime in The Force of Querer. The playboy will pick up a gun, go after Zeca (Marco Pigossi) and shoot the trucker. After seeing the fallen boy, he will run away, but when he arrives at his office he will confess that he shot his rival in Globo’s nine o’clock soap opera.
Blinded by jealousy due to the approach of Ritinha (Isis Valverde) and Zeca, Ruy will commit madness. After shooting Marco Pigossi’s character and fleeing the tragedy he just caused, the businessman will drive through the streets of Rio de Janeiro bewildered.
Upon arriving at his office, completely desperate, Ruy will confess to Amaro (Pedro Nercessian) his crime. “I killed Zeca, Amaro!”
At the scene of the attack, Zeca will be rescued and taken to the hospital by ambulance. The trucker will still have time to say Ruy’s name, so the police will go after Eugênio’s son (Dan Stulbach).
When the policemen knock on Joyce’s door (Maria Fernanda Cândido), the lady will be in shock and, knowing everything that has happened, she will lose her head, blame Ritinha and expel her from her home.
“What did you do to my son? I knew, I always knew! Get out of my house, I never want to look at you again!” While the dondoca plays, the police will find the murder weapon in Ruy’s car.
Globo has already recorded the 23 final chapters of Amor de Mãe, and Manuela Dias’ booklet will air again on March 1st, with a recap of what happened in history and dividing prime time with the final stretch of the “special edition” of The Force of Wanting.
The unpublished chapters of Amor de Mãe will be shown from March 15th. In addition to the spoilers, check out the summaries of the novel of the nine that are published daily by TV News.
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