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When a paranormal show host reveals the existence of the Ministry on the internet, Salvador tries to convince him that he is mistaken by inviting him to HQ - all while pretending that it is just the dullest government office in the country.

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Borja Cobeaga, Javier Olivares (creator) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Rodolfo Sancho ... Julián Martínez
Aura Garrido ... Amelia Folch
Nacho Fresneda ... Alonso de Entrerríos
Cayetana Guillén Cuervo ... Irene Larra (as Cayetana Guillén-Cuervo)
Juan Gea Juan Gea ... Ernesto Jiménez
Francesca Piñón ... Angustias
Jaime Blanch ... Salvador Martí
Roberto Drago ... Sebastián Lombardi
Anna Castillo ... Sonia Lombardi
Joan Carreras ... Cristóbal Colón
Susana Córdoba Susana Córdoba ... Elena Castillo
José Ramón Iglesias José Ramón Iglesias ... Germán
Emilio Linder Emilio Linder ... Hombre en taberna 1
Ramón Merlo Ramón Merlo ... Hombre en taberna 2
Julián Villagrán ... Velázquez
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When a paranormal show host reveals the existence of the Ministry on the internet, Salvador tries to convince him that he is mistaken by inviting him to HQ - all while pretending that it is just the dullest government office in the country.

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish | Portuguese

Release Date:

9 May 2016 (Spain) See more »

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1.78 : 1 / (high definition)
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Lombardi is very resemble to actor Ricardo Darin from Argentina. But is not confirmed by a the production that is a nod See more »

Goofs

In the alternate world in which America was discovered by Lombardi instead of Columbus, Salvador replies to the patrol's claims with "Así que Colón fue quien lombardizó America" ("So Columbus was who lombardized America"). This implies that the word "colonizar" ("to colonize") is derived from Columbus' Spanish name, Colón. In reality, the word (in Spanish as in English) is derived from the Latin word for colony, "colonia", which was already used in Roman times. See more »

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References Águila Roja (2009) See more »

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