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He returns from London, intending to go back to Mauri, as he feels lonely since they both decided to leave him. Mauri chooses between Fernando and Diego, who knew each other from their university, and decides to choose Fernando, returning with him.
He creates Navarro e Hidalgo Asociados, a law firm, because Mauri offers to pay for a certain apartment across the street, which Guillermo, the villager, sold to return to the town as mayor, although he was very homophobic. Because of this, he pretends to be Natalia’s husband, although Guillermo, the homophobe, discovers them and expels them under threat of death from his apartment, being sold to Bea and Ana, then, the homophobe leaves to the town.

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After his departure to London, they leave him and he lives with his friend Bea, a lesbian with whom he has a son by artificial insemination, with the return of Fernando during the third season, he returns with him and they get married.[1] When Antena 3 informs José Luis Moreno that he agrees to do the series, his nephews, Alberto and Laura Caballero, thought of creating a homosexual couple,[1] the creators did not want to create a homosexual couple.
When Antena 3 informed José Luis Moreno that he accepted to make the series, his nephews, Alberto and Laura Caballero, thought of creating a homosexual couple,[16] the creators did not want the characters to seem «crazy»,[17] something that the directors of the network also feared, although the creators explained to them that the character was not like that.[18] The one chosen to play him was Luis Merlo who did not want to play his character mocking the homosexual sexual condition as he thought it was an insult to portray the characters with caricature.[17] The character’s character, who is a lesbian, is a lesbian, and the creators explained to them that the character was not like that.[18] The character’s character was Luis Merlo who did not want to play his character mocking the homosexual sexual condition as he thought it was an insult to portray the characters with caricature.[17

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After his departure to London, they leave him and he lives with his friend Bea, a lesbian with whom he has a son by artificial insemination, with the return of Fernando during the third season, he returns with him and they get married.[1] When Antena 3 informs José Luis Moreno that he agrees to do the series, his nephews, Alberto and Laura Caballero, thought of creating a homosexual couple,[1] the creators did not want to create a homosexual couple.
When Antena 3 informed José Luis Moreno that he accepted to make the series, his nephews, Alberto and Laura Caballero, thought of creating a homosexual couple,[16] the creators did not want the characters to seem «crazy»,[17] something that the directors of the network also feared, although the creators explained to them that the character was not like that.[18] The one chosen to play him was Luis Merlo who did not want to play his character mocking the homosexual sexual condition as he thought it was an insult to portray the characters with caricature.[17] The character’s character, who is a lesbian, is a lesbian, and the creators explained to them that the character was not like that.[18] The character’s character was Luis Merlo who did not want to play his character mocking the homosexual sexual condition as he thought it was an insult to portray the characters with caricature.[17

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The spokeswoman for the former producer of Aquí no hay quien viva, Miramón Mendi, said at the time that it is «a fiction series that is based on humor and does not intend to incite anything». However, Hazte Oír alleged that the gay lobby was «using» the series to turn against the family. The organization wanted the network to give a prime time slot to those who organized the demonstration against gay marriages «to defend their positions in defense of the family». Arsuaga also said that he «promised a boycott» against the advertisers of Aquí no hay quien viva because of these dialogues.
It should be noted that, although both associations only criticized that there were anti-family ideals, many other viewers valued the diversity and tolerance of the series. Coincidentally or not, the same-sex marriage and same-parent adoption laws were passed in 2005.