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Hortencia Goya
Hortenciagoya

Seasons: 4
Portrayed by: Tia Texada
Status: active
Occupation: First Lady of Costa Gravas & Secretary of State
Aliases:
Relatives:
Relationships: Alejandro Goya (husband)
Residence: Costa Gravas
Appearances: Chuck Versus the Coup d'Etat

Hortencia Goya is the wife of Premier Alejandro Goya, the dictator of the Latin American country, Costa Gravas, who came to power in a Communist revolution. She later becomes the Secretary of State of Costa Gravas.

She leads a coup against her husband's democratic reforms in Chuck Versus the Coup d'Etat. Ellie, Devon, Chuck and Sarah got caught up in the coup after having been invited by the premier, and were at a banquet dedicated to Devon, who has previously saved the Premier's life on several occasions.

Hortencia starts a coup d'état grabs hold of a the nuclear missile command center, where the equipment were supplied from Volkoff Industries. She later successfully captures her husband and makes a hostage video. He interrupts her attempt to talk during the video, later forming into an argument about their marriage.

Chuck and Sarah manage to calm the two down, Chuck playing marriage counselor, realizing her coup was based on frustration with her husband more than his politics. With her change of plans, Alejandro resumes his leadership of Costa Gravas and gives Hortencia a position as Secretary of State.




  Season Four Characters edit
Main

Chuck BartowskiSarah WalkerMorgan GrimesJohn CaseyEllie BartowskiDevon WoodcombDiane BeckmanBig MikeLester PatelJeff Barnes

Recurring

Alex McHughAlexei VolkoffGretaJane BentleyMary BartowskiVivian VolkoffClara Woodcomb

See Also: Minor CharactersSeason One CharactersSeason Two CharactersSeason Three CharactersSeason Five Characters

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