Jane’s enthusiasm in the new trailer for tonight’s Jane The Virgin episode is definitely not matched by her boss Chloe.
In the episode, when Jane (Gina Rodriguez) is offered a book deal, she thinks her prayers have been answered and debates quitting her awful publishing job and after suffering from panic attacks, she’s is ready to get to the root of the problem…but her boss is less than impressed about it.
Meanwhile, Rafael (Justin Baldoni) is ready to be involved again in the Mirabella and his first order of business is finding the perfect person to manage the hotel lounge.
“Chapter Fifty-Six” airs TONIGHT, Monday, February 20th @ 9PM ET/PT on The CW.
Jane the Virgin made the super-controversial (read: evil!!!) decision to kill off the beloved Michael Cordero (the love of Jane’s life!), and no one can get over it. Michael (Brett Dier) was funny, sweet, brave and totally perfect for Jane (Gina Rodriguez). So while it is always a blow for a show to kill off a main character, this one hurt a little extra.
Join us as we reminisce by revisiting Michael’s funniest, cutest, and most heart-breaking quotes. (You should probably grab a box of tissues first.)
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When after seasons upon seasons of banter and unspoken flirtation that couple you’ve been shipping finally gets together (We’re looking at you Gilmore Girls) it’s the most satisfying thing in the world.
And once that couple is together, be it Chuck and Blair on Gossip Girl or Riley and Lucas on Girl Meets World, there is so much cuteness, both in words and actions, to immerse yourself in!
Here are 10 of our favorite TV quotes (from couples we totally ship) that made us melt into a puddle of hearts.
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We still can’t believe that we won’t be seeing Brett Dier on screen when we watch Jane The Virgin anymore.
Michael was definitely one of our favorite characters on the show, and quite possibly, on all of television — and it looks like it was the same for Brett.
“I was shocked. I was really shocked,” Brett says of Michael’s death. “You know when actors are like, ‘I felt like Michael, this character that I played, was such a big part of me’? I always thought that was wishy-washy and I was like, ‘Eh, shut up.’ But … I get it.”
He adds, “It makes so much sense. Michael does feel like a huge part of me and having to kill him off was very difficult for me to do. I felt like he was a friend of mine, or something. It was very weird.”
Brett also spoke about what he’ll miss about Michael the most — and it’s going to make your heart break even more: “The love he has for Jane.”
“The amount of love he has for Jane, and how sincere he was in that relationship. I’m going to miss that Michael and Jane relationship because I thought it was a really beautifully written relationship…I also like the fun stuff with Rogelio,” Brett added.
“I liked the comedic moments that I got to do [and] the detective stuff was fun too. It was just tough to memorize the large amounts of dialogue like cracking the case. That was tough for me because there was a lot of exposition and terminology and names like Mutter and Sin Rostro, [and] you’d only have a day. But the action part was fun.”
If you missed it, Brett will be back for some episodes in the future.
Even though Brett Dier‘s character Michael was killed off of Jane the Virgin last night – rest assured, he will be back.
Executive producer Jennie Urman confirms that Michael will appear in flashbacks at some point.
“Definitely, definitely bringing Brett back. And there will be things that you hadn’t seen before, and there will be things that you have,” Jennie told THR. “The tricky balance is when to bring him back, because you don’t want to bring him back too soon so that the audience doesn’t feel the loss of him, because that needs to settle and feel real. But you feel him throughout. I can’t emphasize that enough.”
She continued, “The episode that comes after this one is one of my favorite episodes we’ve ever done. You see everything that’s changed in the three years and you still feel the warmth of Jane and Michael, so I’m excited for people to see that and to also see how it opens up our stories and our storytelling.”
Jane the Virgin airs Mondays @ 9PM on The CW.
MORE JTV: Gina Rodriguez & Jane the Virgin Cast Say Goodbye to Brett Dier
Grab the tissues, Jane the Virgin fans. This is going to be tough to get through.
Brett Dier, who was – SPOILER ALERT! – just killed off the show left a touching goodbye voicemail for co-star and on-screen wife Gina Rodriguez on his last day of filming.
“The night I shot Michaels death scene Brett left this video in my phone,” Gina wrote on Instagram. “He told me it was ok to share it. I play it often. You are missed Michael. #janethevirgin @brettdier”
Watch Brett‘s super sweet video below!
The Jane the Virgin cast is saying farewell to one of their own.
During last night’s episode, Brett Dier‘s character Michael was sadly killed off, and the entire cast took to social media to send their love to Brett.
“I have had such an incredible time on this show,” Brett wrote on Instagram. “It was one of the biggest moments of my life. Playing Michael has been a life changing experience, and I’m so thankful for it. I appreciate all my fans support, and all the beautiful tweets and comments about my characters journey. This cast and crew, writers and directors, I will never forget. You guys are truly incredible people. And I’m so glad I got to meet you, grow with you and have you all in my life. Most giving, generous group I’ve ever encountered. I will love you all forever. Truly…You felt like a part of me, and I always thought it was nuts when actors said that. But I get it. You will always be in my heart. Lots of love everybody. and thank you for this experience Jennie Urman. So grateful.”
Check out what the cast had to say to him:
Gina Rodriguez: “You are my partner in artistic crime. We did two plus seasons together and I will never have the words to express how you changed my life. Thank you @brettdier #teamMichaelForever #janethevirgin #DreamComeTrueActingPartner”
Justin Baldoni: “It’s so rare to meet someone who can instantly make a gloomy day feel so endlessly bright. There wasn’t a day I didn’t look forward to coming to set and laughing with you brother. You are my favorite (and only) alien friend I’ve ever had, and this journey wouldn’t have been anything close to as happy, fun or meaningful without you. You were my first bromance and no one will ever replace you- not even the super handsome and charming @jaimecamil. That place in my heart is carved out for you my brother. I can’t wait to see what you do next! Hollywood – if you are reading this…get ready because @BrettDier is the future. I love you man. We already miss you so much dude. This was
Tough. #TeamMichael forever.”
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SPOILER ALERT! DO NOT CONTINUE IF YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW WHAT HAPPENED!
The CW’s Jane the Virgin broke hearts tonight with a major character death, and fans are still in shock.
Immediately after East Coasters saw Michael (Brett Dier) drop dead right before their eyes — in the last three minutes of the show, nonetheless! — they started undergoing some Twitter therapy, taking their grief out in 140 characters or less.
Viewers thought everything was on the right track: Jane (Gina Rodriguez) and Michael happy, Michael taking his LSAT. All good, right?
Michael, whose death has been foreshadowed and was actually planned since season 1, took his last breath… and nobody saw it coming.
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