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The Ewings of Dallas may have had their spats, but the hottest blood feud on American TV this season unfolded in Spanish, not English. The setting was Acapulco; the central character, a nasty stepbrother named Maximiliano. In a complicated scheme to win a family inheritance, he fooled a young woman into marrying him by posing as his half brother Antonio. Then he plotted the real Antonio's death in an "accidental" plane crash. The scheme went awry, however, when Antonio survived and returned to battle Maximiliano for both the money and the woman.

Farfetched? No doubt. But when Tu o Nadie (Nobody...

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