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"Vida" is a drama series about two Mexican-American siblings from East Los Angeles. Party girl Lyn lives a carefree life in the Bay Area. She couldn't be more different than, or distanced from, her sister Emma, with whom she has no relationship. A death in their family forces them to return to their old stomping grounds, where they confront long-repressed feelings and learn the surprising truth about their mother's identity.

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Lyn finally realizes she's messing up Johnny's life; Emma learns the true value of the bar, but it may be too late for Eddy.
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Still wound up from her encounter with Cruz, Emma struggles to find relief, and Lyn shows up for her when she needs it most; Mari refuses to be a victim and confronts Tlaloc.
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Lyn escapes the Eastside while market research in the neighborhood leads Emma to open an old wound; Mari is publicly humiliated by someone she trusted.
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Emma tries to get a handle on the family business while Lyn creates chaos for them; Eddy withdraws into herself as she mourns Vidalia; Mari's weakness is revealed.
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Eddy struggles to connect with the two sisters as Lyn falls into old neighborhood patterns and Emma searches for a way out.
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Circumstances force estranged sisters Lyn and Emma to return to their old neighborhood, where they are confronted by their past and surprised by family revelations.
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Two Mexican-American sisters return to their old neighborhood in East Los Angeles, where they are confronted by the past when they learn the shocking truth about their mother's identity.
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Two Mexican-American sisters return to their old neighborhood in East Los Angeles, where they are confronted by the past when they learn the shocking truth about their mother's identity.
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Two Mexican-American sisters return to their old neighborhood in East Los Angeles, where they are confronted by the past when they learn the shocking truth about their mother's identity.
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Two Mexican-American sisters return to their old neighborhood in East Los Angeles, where they are confronted by the past when they learn the shocking truth about their mother's identity.
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Two Mexican-American sisters return to their old neighborhood in East Los Angeles, where they are confronted by the past when they learn the shocking truth about their mother's identity.
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The bar hosts a yard sale; Marcos moves in as a new tenant; Lyn's friendship with Rudy builds as Nelson becomes a threat to the bar.
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Emma monitors Baco's progress with the building repairs; Lyn is forced to confront her past; Mari settles into her new job; Nico makes a surprise visit to the bar.
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Emma accompanies Cruz to an event, where Emma meets a charming stranger; Emma gives Mari an opportunity; Lyn meets local councilman Rudy at the gym before hosting the bar's first Loteria night.
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The Vigilantes protest a local real estate agent whom Emma considers using to advertise an available unit in the building, which neighborhood handyman Baco agrees to repair.
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The bar prepares to host a fundraiser for Eddy's hospital expenses; Emma and Lyn learn the truth behind Vida and Eddy's marriage; Mari questions her life; an event in the building leaves everyone stunned.

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