Di4ri (2022) s01e09 Episode Script

Episode 9

[upbeat music playing]
- Is today the exam?
- Yeah.
I was heading to class to study some more
before school starts.
- One minute. Hang on.
- What is it?
It's for you.
- For me?
- Yes.
- Mm But
- Open it.
- [gasps]
- You like it?
Are you crazy?
[Isabel] "Best friends."
[Monica laughs]
Thank you!
Now, no more fighting, right?
Well, obviously.
[both chuckle]
Wow, aren't I so lucky
to have her as my best friend?
I was so stupid to argue with her.
[group clamoring]
- [boy] Hey, why did he do this?
- Oh!
- What was he thinking?
- Pietro. He must be nuts.
["Isole" by Tancredi playing]
Ho capito solo ora che ♪
Ti chiedo come stai
Cosa fai, dove vai ♪
Perché ho sempre paura
Di parlarti di me ♪
Di me ♪
- Di fidarmi di te ♪
- Di te ♪
Di sognare per vivere, vivere ♪
Siamo come due isole, isole ♪
- Ma ti parlo di me ♪
- Di me ♪
- E mi fido di te ♪
- Di te ♪
Pensavamo che fosse impossibile ♪
Far unire due isole, isole ♪
Siamo solo isole, isole ♪
Siamo solo isole, isole ♪
Siamo solo isole ♪
[gulls calling]
[upbeat music playing]
I made myself clear.
I made myself very clear.
I told you, it wasn't me!
I had nothing to do with it!
Maggi, everyone knows you do graffiti.
And you refuse to accept
that the school is closing.
Yeah, I've done graffiti.
- Not that doodle.
- Pietro!
You know what? I'm going to have
to give you a five-day suspension.
- [murmuring]
- And Sh!
Also, I'll tell you one more thing.
If you keep up this nonsense,
you'll fail the year.
Are we clear?
Thank you. Continue. Goodbye.
- [girl] Bye.
- [chair clatters]
[door closes]
[pensive music playing]
It's like crime movies.
All the clues lead us
back to the same culprit.
Listen, Pietro gets in trouble a lot,
but he's not stupid.
And in those movies,
the culprit's always someone else.
Okay, Livia.
But if it wasn't Pietro, then who?
- Hmm?
- [Livia] I don't know.
But really, I mean,
that scribble can't be his.
I think it was Pietro.
What do you know? Maybe since he could
fail because of it, he's just denying it.
Will you stop being such a know-it-all?
Why do you always have to meddle so much?
Stay out of it. We weren't talking to you.
And remember, three o'clock
at the café to study history.
- I can't wait.
- Me either.
Oh, sorry.
Teaching him history
is gonna be Mission Impossible.
[school bell rings]
[upbeat music playing]
There you are.
[sighs] Listen, I'm sorry
about the suspension.
- I really don't care.
- You don't?
I'm just angry,
because everyone thinks I did it.
You know, it sucks.
Yeah, I know. If it wasn't you, it sucks.
If it wasn't you, then it does suck.
What are you saying?
But really, who could have done it?
- [scoffs] You think I did it.
- No, I didn't say that.
It's just, the principal, the teachers
I get why they might think
- Sure.
- Uh
You know, the teachers and the principal,
they're always right.
And I'm always wrong.
No, Pietro
[synth music playing]
[Monica] So, let's try to recap.
We said that Napoleon
first arrived in Italy
in 1796, with
Look, Giulio,
it's not like I really want to be here.
I'm only here because
the teacher asked me to. [sighs]
Would you try to pay attention? Thanks.
Just get off my back.
Then repeat what I said.
You're a pain.
So, you said
uh, that Napoleon and the Austrians,
uh, they, I mean
He came to Italy to conquer it.
Right? Or
Start reading.
"In their countries,
the revolts happened that
wo would
- abo"
- Abolish.
Is it on purpose?
Gosh, Giulio, focus.
I am focusing.
It's just my brain doesn't hold it.
Whatever. I don't care.
I'll be a fisherman.
Right. A fisherman.
Okay. I'll read.
"Unmet expectations."
"European liberals,
whose countries longed for revolts
that finally happened and would abolish
the Ancien Régime, saw France as an ally
that would be able
to free them from tyranny."
Was that so hard?
[Monica] Giulio is so difficult.
I don't get him.
And I'm sure he doesn't get me.
After all, other people categorize us
by sticking different labels.
Do you know
where the word "stick" comes from?
From the French word "estique,"
which then evolved into "etiquette"
or "label."
People always have to stick labels on you
to describe who you are.
Pietro's the troublemaker.
- [cheering]
- Yeah!
Isabel's the crowd-pleaser.
Livia's Little Miss Perfect.
Giulio is the clown.
- And Monica? Monica's the geek.
- Okay, Napoleon
I don't know why people don't get
that I like to study.
Understanding books is really easy.
Finding someone
who understands me is hard.
[upbeat music playing]
- Do you really believe that?
- Totally. Pietro is innocent.
- Yeah. You also convinced Isabel.
- Monica, it's true.
Pietro's our friend. Come on.
His suspension was unfair.
You're still mad at me, aren't you?
You're upset
that Isa and I have become so close.
But I wish you knew
that we're also friends.
Can we try to trust Pietro?
We should give him a chance.
Okay. We'll try.
Listen, Livia.
If we want to convince everyone
that Pietro isn't guilty,
then we have to find the real culprit.
As long as there actually is one.
[sighs] To get that done,
we're gonna need a plan.
[Daniele] Hey.
- [Monica] Hey.
- [Livia] Hi.
What are you talking about?
You look serious.
I have a plan,
to prove that Pietro is innocent,
and that he didn't do the graffiti.
Isabel and I will look for clues
while you and Livia
interview all the witnesses.
So, about the graffiti.
You have any idea who could have done it?
[Monica] This is my chance
to show everyone
that geeks can actually be useful.
What are you doing?
- Uh, we need a quick photo.
- A photo for what?
- Just to keep as a souvenir.
- To what?
- Done!
- All done. Thanks!
- We owe you.
- See you!
[Monica] Later!
Hey, Silverio. You heard anything
about the graffiti?
Clap, clap, clap your hands ♪
Clap, clap, clap your hands ♪
So you don't have any clue
about who could've done it?
- Mm No.
- Clap your hands ♪
So you didn't see anything?
- [sighs]
- No, why? What's going on now?
Nothing. We're trying to help out Pietro.
That poor kid is always upset, though.
Yeah, but you know him.
You really think he did it?
He would have admitted it.
What I think really doesn't
count for much.
The principal was positive, so I don't
know how you're gonna change his mind.
- We'll find out who really did it.
- So you're sure he's innocent?
We all are.
We just need to find the culprit.
- And then? Convincing the principal?
- Well, we have to find evidence.
- Giulio.
- Evidence?
It's Monica's idea.
[sighs] Yeah, of course.
It's stupid. It had to be.
You know Pietro. He's your friend.
- Come on.
- Mm, yeah.
Do you really think he did it?
No, but no one else believes it.
[sighs] It'd be easier to say
that Pietro is a sleepwalker
and that he did the graffiti in his sleep,
or something.
I don't know.
Anyway, see you in class.
[Paolo sighs]
[Giulio sighs]
- I'm going too.
- Where?
- To class?
- Oh, right, class. Go ahead.
We have to get some useful information.
- I got nothing. Did you?
- No.
You guys, this isn't working.
Let's start over with a more
scientific approach. Let's think.
- I'll grab a piece of paper.
- Okay.
Wait, what are these?
It seems like some kind of tutorial.
- Look.
- Yeah, let me see.
[Livia] Look at these sketches.
No! I don't believe it.
It was Michele!
In crime movies, the person
you least expect could be the culprit,
although this is beyond movies,
like, majorly!
Hey, what are you doing at my desk?
Those are my notes!
- What made you do it?
- Made me do what?
The graffiti. You got Pietro in trouble.
I've never drawn graffiti in my life.
Oh no? So then what's this?
- This help you remember?
- Uh uh this
This is, uh
These are just the sketches
for our art class.
Man, just tell the truth, okay?
All right.
I was learning to draw graffiti
to dedicate to a girl.
I see. And her name?
[sighs] It's you.
I wanted to write your name. Look.
"Isabel is the prettiest girl."
That's so cringe!
- Isa, I really like you.
- Uh, okay
- So the, um the investigation
- [chuckling]
Could we please go on a date?
Michele, is this the right time?
In the middle of an investigation?
- So, then, it it wasn't you?
- No.
If he didn't do it
who's the culprit?
"He couldn't go back to
on a on a ship"
I can't do this anymore.
Well, me neither. But if you fail,
it's also on me.
I don't understand why
these military campaigns
won't stay in my head.
It's like there's too many dates
and people to keep track of.
You know what?
I'm gonna wait
for the TV show to come out.
Stop messing around.
- You need some kind of strategy, Giulio.
- [sighs]
I'm just, uh,
wasting too much of your time.
- Wait, what?
- Yeah, it's all good.
I'll tell the teacher you tried.
- No worries.
- But you can't just leave like this.
Giulio, wait. Your notes.
All of his notes, and the errors,
remind me of something.
[Monica] Is Giulio just a clown?
A guy who never takes anything seriously,
and always makes jokes?
Or is that just a stupid label?
I wanted to ask you something.
If I remember right,
Fabrizio had some problems at school.
And Auntie well, she helped him out.
What was the issue?
- Your cousin has dyslexia.
- Huh?
It means he has some trouble
with reading and writing.
Oh. Does it get cured?
- Well, it's not a disease.
- Oh.
Your cousin has been using concept maps,
just to help him through it.
[Monica] We made fun of Giulio,
thinking he was too lazy.
I was the first one to be so cruel to him.
So Giulio isn't just lazy?
Exactly. He does study, or he tries to,
but it's just harder for him.
So to keep from looking stupid,
he just pretends to be lazy
and acts like he doesn't care.
- Exactly.
- Who acts like he doesn't care?
Um it's about the investigation.
- The investigation.
- Right.
- Mm-hmm.
- And "who," we meant
- Uh
- Pietro.
- Pietro, right.
- [Monica] Pietro.
You're still on this stuff?
I think it was Damiano.
3D wants to mess with us
before our game against them.
The motive does make sense.
But do you have any proof?
Wait. How could I have missed this before?
The letters! Guys.
We need to compare the graffiti
with the 3D class's handwriting.
Then we'll find the culprit.
Hmm! Great idea!
How do we get their writing?
We have to investigate everyone in 3D.
We'll need their notebooks,
their books, and someone to help out.
You know who could help out
No, you guys. No way.
- Yeah!
- I could never ask Matteo
to do something like that.
- Yeah, Livia!
- Come on, Livia!
No, you guys, no. There's another way.
- Come on! For us!
- Livia, please. Yeah?
- [school bell rings]
- Please, Livia.
- Come on!
- Pretty please!
Yeah, we're begging you.
Here I go
The people really wanna know ♪
Who I is and who I be
They stop and stare when they see me ♪
- What's that?
- It's called a concept map.
It's something my cousin uses.
And since he's been using them,
his grades have gotten way better.
Concept map.
- Too bad it's not a treasure map.
- [chuckles]
Let's have a look.
Napoleon Bonaparte. In this year
the only two victories
of the French Directory happen.
Then Russia and Spain will sign for peace,
and they stand
against England and Austria.
- However
- Very cool!
During this year, it all starts to get
[Monica] I just wish
I'd realized it sooner.
Now it's a race against the clock.
[upbeat music playing]
[Giulio] So
uh, Napoleon
No, the French Directory,
they won two battles
in 1975.
French Directory, in 1975?
Uh, sorry. In 1795.
[Miss Ferrucci] Another question.
Which country did Napoleon invade in 1796?
Giulio. You know this.
Mm-hmm. You do. Come on.
No, Austria signed for peace with France.
Paccagnini. Come on.
Yesterday, it was so clear.
But now I can't
You knew yesterday, but now you don't.
[Miss Ferrucci] Paccagnini,
this oral test was crucial for you.
You knew full well.
You're you're on the verge
of failing the year.
I I thought Monica could help you, but
it seems like you're too much,
even for her.
Miss, I promise you, Giulio has studied.
He just needs some more time
to memorize things.
- Why, Monica?
- He has dyslexia.
[all murmuring]
[girl] What do you mean, he has dyslexia?
[Monica] Yeah, guys.
Just like lots of historical figures
who were treated
like they were dumb in school.
They just had
a different kind of intelligence,
they were wired differently.
For example, Einstein. Or Marconi.
Miss, I realized it
while I was studying with him.
He needs some support.
Is that true?
No way!
Hey! I'm not sick! And I'm not stupid!
Just stay out of it, all right?
[somber music playing]
[Monica] Giulio!
- Miss, I
- Of course.
Why did he get mad at me?
I was just trying to help out.
Giulio. Giulio, w
- Giulio, stop it.
- I'm going downstairs.
- [Daniele] Hey!
- [sighs]
[sighs] Go.
I know you're upset, man.
But she was just trying to help you.
But she called me dumb
in front of everyone!
Anyway, I'm already the class clown.
Aren't I? Right?
You know what? I don't care.
At least we won't be
in the same class next year.
[Monica] I think I really messed up.
[door closes]
[thunder rumbling]
[Pietro] I don't even care
if they fail me.
But [sighs]
I really wanna beat the 3D class.
I don't care about the suspension.
We're gonna prove
that it wasn't you who did that graffiti.
- But how?
- We'll find the real culprit.
You've gotta give us some time.
Monica's a sleuth.
You should see,
she's like a movie detective or something.
If she's gonna ruin it for him
as she did for me,
she might as well just stop now.
Why do you say that?
She's trying to help you.
Now the teacher wants
to talk to my parents.
- And what's the matter?
- [Giulio] You don't get it.
I can't talk to you.
You always stick up for her.
- [thunder rumbling]
- Always!
- Man, I'm sick of this.
- [Pietro] Hey, where are you going?
[thunder continues rumbling]
[Monica] I really messed up.
It's not your fault he cares more
about being the class clown
than facing the issue.
You know it's not like that.
What I did offended him.
I wasn't trying to, but I did.
- I should've just stayed out of it.
- What are you saying?
You realized what no one else did.
Is it because I'm a geek?
Well, yes
But a great sleuth.
You're our Sherlock Holmes.
Sherlock Holmes.
I see that.
He'll come around.
Not today, maybe not tomorrow
but I'm sure one day,
he will be grateful for what you did.
- You think?
- Yeah, I do.
You helped him out.
Like you're doing with Pietro.
And I'm glad I'm your best friend.
I would like to be your assistant.
- Elementary, my dear Watson!
- Who?
Sherlock's assistant.
- [laughs]
- Okay.
[upbeat synth music playing]
- Hi.
- Hey.
[Daniele] Good morning.
Yo, Dani.
- Where was it?
- In the hallway.
- Did you hear what's on it?
- I grabbed it and listened to it.
The songs are amazing, Mirko.
Yeah, listen, here's the deal.
You can't tell anyone, Daniele, all right?
All right. Dude, you're really good.
- [Daniele] Hi, girls.
- Hey.
- [Isabel] Hi.
- [Livia] Hey, Dani.
What were the pages
we were supposed to study?
- Wait, they're in my journal.
- Awesome.
Stop, stop, stop, stop.
- What?
- Who wrote this to you?
Matteo. Why?
- Are you thinking what I'm thinking?
- Get your phone.
I don't get it. What?
Well, take a look.
Look at the dots.
And look at the word "píccola."
- It's the same handwriting.
- It was him.
No way, girls. That's impossible.
- He wouldn't do it.
- No, Livia, it's not impossible.
It was Matteo.
Poor Livia.
It's gotta be hard to learn
that your boyfriend might be the culprit.
Wait a minute. "Might"?
Matteo is the culprit.
Wait, let me take a photo.
[camera clicks]
I'm really sorry, Livia.
This time, he won't get away with it.
[pensive music playing]
Ti conosco da una vita
Dalla terza elementare ♪
Io sempre in ritardo
Tu invece sempre puntuale ♪
Sotto un temporale
Sopra un regionale ♪
Pensare che andrò all'estero
Ammetto che mi fa male ♪
So che mi starai vicino
Quando avremo tutti contro ♪
Che non mi crederai se ti dirò
Che è tutto a posto ♪
C'è un patto di sangue
Non è scritto con l'inchiostro, aah ♪
Ti voglio bene ♪
Ahi-ah-ahi ♪
Ho capito solo ora che ♪
Ti chiedo come stai
Cosa fai, dove vai ♪
Perché ho sempre paura
Di parlarti di me ♪
Di me ♪
- Di fidarmi di te ♪
- Di te ♪
Di sognare per vivere, vivere ♪
Siamo come due isole, isole ♪
- Ma ti parlo di me ♪
- Di me ♪
- E mi fido di te ♪
- Di te ♪
Pensavamo che fosse impossibile ♪
Far unire due isole, isole ♪
- Ma ti parlo di me ♪
- Di me ♪
- E mi fido di te ♪
- Di te ♪
Pensavamo che fosse impossibile ♪
Far unire due isole, isole ♪
Siamo solo isole ♪
Siamo solo isole, isole ♪
Isole ♪
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