Justin Baldoni, the star who plays the role of Rafael Solano in The CW drama-comedy "Jane the Virgin," had a lot of fun with fans and their ideas in his "Fan Theory Exploder" session.
Even before the new session, Baldoni admitted "I don't know anything," according to the Rolling Stone. But Baldoni was quite touched with all the stuff people have invent and said the ideas have crossed their minds as well.
"These are really good," he said. "I have a feeling they should be writing the writers. Some of these could probably get some writing jobs."
One guess is that Michael Cordero's (Brett Dier) shooting would leave him with blackout, so he must fall in love with Jane Gloriana Villanueva (Gina Rodriguez) all over again this Season 3. "I love this. I love this," he said. "I think that something that actually hurled."
Another theory interests the Latin Lover Narrator. People start to assumed that he will be the baby Mateo reciting the story that his mother fondly wrote.
"True story: This is what I thought too," said Baldoni. "But they will not tell me if it's right."
Meantime, some viewers think that Jane will remain a virgin until the end. Baldoni thought it was hilarious and impractical. "Poor Jane," he laughingly said. "Oh my God, that would be a very depressing show, I think. I don't think that's going to happen. I think they're going to explore her sexuality in a very healthy way. And she's married. Who knows what's going to happen, right?"
As for Rafael, chancellor Jennie Snyder Urman said he might have a new love curiosity this coming season, since Jane married his rival Michael. "He has a great storyline that I'm really excited about," Urman told The Hollywood Reporter. "Of course, we first have to play out the Anezka-Petra storyline... Beyond that, there is this new relationship that he has to deal with."
As for Jane, Snyder mocked the last theory that Jane will still be preserving her virginity. "She does lose her virginity this year," Urman told Entertainment Weekly. "It's in the first half of the season, and it's quite a big episode for us."