YES! In E7, audiences finally got the answer to the bracelet, and the results were heartfelt romantic TV gold.
Also, in E7, the creators play up the situational comedy through a large dinner scene where every guest has an ulterior motive. And that comedy sequence is hilariously awkward. Elsewhere, it’s enjoyable seeing Memo (Fernando Carsa) continue to get screen time. His inability to tell a lie has been the characters’ moral compass, which plays into the extended dinner sequence.
Sadly, E8 repeats Diane’s (Jessica Collins) theme with her trying to break up Chad’s (Chord Overstreet) wedding. But, even with that nit, the episode works because it focuses on Maximo (Enrique Arrizon) figuring out what type of person he wants to be and if he “can live with it.”
The Avenging Squirrel, Catholic Comic Con, a funny chicken, and so much more make the last two episodes of ACAPULCO worth your time.
It’s available on Apple TV+.