Jack explains that they are lucky Brad and Nikki put up the money or else Victor would have stolen the company from them. John isn't happy that they both want seats on the board. Jack mentions that Brad had a clause in his contract with Victor and legally
It's ok. I guess I thought it would be a little different. But it is worth watching it.
They could have put some more effort into it and not make her so - well, I don't know quite how to put it, but she is not "Zorro" enough. Some of the character are blurry in the way they are acted out. Like Captain Grisham, and his relationshipt with Vera. How does she fit in? Other than being Grisham's lover. Where did Grisham, clearly an American, come from and how did he end up the lapdog of a Spanish Colonel in a little town in California? I would have liked to see more of the Doctor. What about his background, how did he end up in this little town in California? What about his story? What about his relationship with Tessa and the Queen of Swords?
They skim over a lot of things without going deeper. And that's kind of sad, because there could have been a really good show that could have lasted for quite a few seasons.
The show is okay and it is worth watching if you are a really big Zorro fan and get a kick out of seeing the roles kind of reversed. But not really anything to rave about. And I can kind of see why they cancelled it after only one season.