Jane the Virgin Season 4 Report Card: Biggest Mystery, Major Shocker and More!

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7. Biggest Mystery - Petra's Blackmailer

Biggest Mystery - Petra's Blackmailer
Petra's murder charge was a story arc that spanned most of the season. After she killed Anezka (it was self-defense), someone made it their life's mission to ensure she ended up behind bars. Enter JR, a brilliant lawyer who was tasked with incriminating Petra. However, when she was compromised, the blackmailer enlisted Krishna. And in the end, he or she decided to get the job done themselves by attempting to shoot her. The unknown assailant ended up getting shot by JR and the hashtag #JRShotWho flashed across the screen pulling inspiration from Dallas' soapy cliffhanger "Who Shot JR." Was it Chuck? Anezka, the woman with nine lives? Scott? Luisa? The possibilities are endless!

8. Funniest Moment - Petra as the Tooth Fairy

Funniest Moment - Petra as the Tooth Fairy
After the twins told Mateo the tooth fairy wasn't real, Petra felt guilty and tried to make it up to him by dressing up like one and sneaking into his bedroom. Not only was she a really adorable green fairy, it was also rare to see Petra embrace her selfless and maternal side.

9. Worst Characters - Three-Way-Tie

Worst Characters - Three-Way-Tie
This is a hard one because Katherine, Adam and Professor Chavez were all equally terrible. Even though Rafael used Katherine, she tried to run him over with her car. Not cool. Adam was Jane's first love and also, her first heartbreak. She gave him a second chance because she thought he changed but in the end, he hurt her just the same. We should have known better. And lastly, Professor Chavez who Jane briefly had a fling with in on Season 2, returned as part of a #MeToo inspired episode. Jane once again found herself in a professional setting with him and quickly realized she wasn't the only impressionable student he pursued. It was his thing! Good riddance to them all!

10. Best Friendship - Petra and Rafael

Best Friendship - Petra and Rafael
Even though I said I was #TeamJetra, I am impressed Petra and Rafael's friendship. So much has transpired between them -- Petra inseminating herself being the worst -- and no one would be surprised if they weren't on good terms. But not only are they on good terms, they admire each other; they are wonderful co-parents and even look to each other for dating advice. Look how far they've come!

11. Proudest Moment - Alba Becoming a US Citizen

Proudest Moment - Alba Becoming a US Citizen
It also qualifies as one of the most important storylines right now when it comes to politics. Dreamers are being hunted down by Trump and painted as the enemy. While every group has bad seeds, many illegal immigrants are people just like Alba who came to the US to make a better life for themselves and for their future families. They had dreams that could only be realized in America and their diversity adds so much to our nation. Alba is an outstanding citizen, probably better than half of the people that were born here, so yeah, I'm proud to have her in my country.

12. Cheekiest Moment - Alba at the Sex Shop

Cheekiest Moment - Alba at the Sex Shop
Here are five words we never thought we'd ever say: Alba went to a sex shop! Alba was no doubt uncomfortable in the store as Jane tried to encourage her to buy a sex toy. Yes, it was a hilarious scene, but it was also refreshing to see the older generation embrace sex-positivity. Eventually, Alba came around the idea of self-love and embraced the sexuality that she was taught to be so ashamed of.

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Jane the Virgin Quotes

In English, in honor of today, I am overwhelmed by the love and support in this room. As I studied for my citizenship exam, I learned about 'E pluribus unum," "out of many, one." It is said that it originated by the famous Roman writer Cicero about family and friends. When each person loves the other, as much as herself, it makes one out of many. And as I look around this room, I understand what he meant. Out of many, one. You are all part of my journey. I spent so many years, worrying about being separated from all of you. And I am so grateful that I will never have to worry about that again.


Jane: Who knew there was this crazy business helping people with their college essays? Are you kidding me? That's like a fun Saturday.
Narrator: Only for you Jane. Only for you.