Chapter Forty-One
Air date 25 April 2016
Written by Joe Lawson
Directed by Gina Lamar
Narrator Anthony Mendez
Chapter Forty
Chapter Forty-Two
Chapter Forty-One is the 19th episode of Season 2 on CW dramedy Jane the Virgin.


DIFFERENT ARRANGEMENTS – Jane (Gina Rodriguez) takes on additional shifts at the Marbella to make some extra money, but it starts cutting into her time with Mateo. Jane and Rafael (Justin Baldoni) agree that they need a formal custody agreement and decide to use a mediator to help make it more amicable. Xo (Andrea Navedo) takes an acting role on Rogelio's (Jaime Camil) telenovela and they are both surprised with her performance. Michael (Brett Dier) gets called into his boss' office after a newspaper runs a story on him and Sin Rostro. Meanwhile, Petra (Yael Grobglas) confronts Rafael when she learns that the twins' trust fund is different from Jane's arrangement.


Gina Rodriguez as Jane Villanueva
Andrea Navedo as Xiomara Villanueva
Yael Grobglas as Petra
Justin Baldoni as Rafael Solano
Ivonne Coll as Alba Villanueva
Brett Dier as Michael Cordero
and Jaime Camil as Rogelio De La Vega

Recurring cast

Yael Grobglas as Anezka

Guest starring

Judy Reyes as Dina Milagro
Mat Vairo as Derek Ruvelle


  • The episode features a silent movie theme in honour of Rogelio's telenovela.
  • Michael is fired as a result of the Sin Rostro investigation. He starts working as Rogelio's work security.
  • Rogelio has feelings for Dina, who does not return them.
  • Xiomara gets to perform the lounge singer's song on Tiago a Través del Tiempo
  • Rafael and Jane set a custody agreement, making Jane realise that she wants her time with Mateo to be work free.
  • Petra is jealous of Jane.
  • Anezka tries to ruin Jane for Petra, unbeknownst to Petra.


  • Derek is evil – he calls someone, saying about Rafael 'let's take him down'


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