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Tu Vez Blast-From-The-Past Truck: Dos Mujeres, Un Camino


Marty McFly and Doc Brown had the Delorean to go travel through time; We have the Tu Vez Blast-From-The-Past Truck. Every week, we’ll hop in our time traveling machine, gun it to 88 MPH, and go back in time to bring you the best from the good ol’ days. Will it be a clip from an old telenovela? An old school music video? Stick around and find out!

For or maiden voyage, we’re going to go pretty far back. 1994, to be exact. What’s so special about this year? Oh, nothing. Just a little telenovela by the name of Dos Mujeres, Un Camino. This Mexican soap opera is widely considered to be one of the best of all time, and for good reason. It had everything: an aging television personality looking to make a comeback (Eric Estrada of C.H.I.P.S. was the lead), hot chicks (the then-young starlet Bibi Gaytan and the eternally MILF-y Laura Leon), an amazing theme song (courtesy of Mexican group Bronco), and great cameos (the legendary Selena was regularly featured up until her death). Dos Mujeres, Un Camino was to telenovelas what Michael Bay’s Armageddon was to 90s action movies: epic and a little bit ridiculous.

The plot of the story was a good one, too. In it, truck driver Johnny (Estrada) was torn between his wife Ana Maria (Leon) and his hot, young mistress Tanya (Gaytan). An unsolved murder also added suspense into the mix. We know our abuelas and moms were glued to the TV every single night to see who El Eric would pick.

Today we showcase the theme song, “Dos Mujeres, Un Camino,” which pretty much sums up the entire telenovela in just three and a half minutes. If this video doesn’t bring back memories for you, well you can pretty much stop calling yourself Hispanic.

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