Di4ri (2022) s01e12 Episode Script

Episode 12

- So much nice stuff there!
- Yeah.
Like what?
- I don't know, they had
- Giulio, hey.
dresses, and some,
like, really cool shirts.
You know, stuff like that.
You believe that?
Now he's acting offended
just because I yelled at him
after that stupid math test.
Oh well, I mean, it's his loss.
- What's wrong with Pac?
- I don't know. I think he
finally accepted
he doesn't have a chance with me.
He doesn't have a chance with any girl.
The important thing is
he doesn't tell our secret.
Should I trust him?
You girls ready? Time for class.
Hey, girls.
- Hey.
- Hey.
What's wrong?
- Did you suddenly recover?
- Huh?
From the Ariannitis.
Oh. I just decided that
I won't let anybody walk all over me,
not even Arianna.
It's the new Giulio Paccagnini.
- We have tons of homework.
- Yeah dude, it's crazy.
- Oh guys, guys!
- Seriously, dude
Huge news. Tancredi's having
a special performance on the island!
For real?
- No, I'm kidding.
- Let me see.
Yeah, so my dad's friends
with the promoter.
I know what you're thinking.
You can forget it.
Can he get a couple of tickets
for us girls?
No way, you need a special pass.
Let me handle it though.
- Do you think Arianna saw us?
- For sure.
Giulio keeps ignoring me.
Who does he think he is?
He thinks I'll chase after him.
What a loser.
- Ignoring her was smart.
- The new Pac.
And Pietro is too.
- See you in class.
- Yeah.
- Hey, Livia.
- Hey!
Listen, I was wondering, um,
since we're friends now,
- and friends
- Mm-hmm
share personal stuff with each other,
uh, I was curious,
if you're still talking to Matteo.
No, I'm not at all.
But that's really none of your business.
Well, I mean
you said we're friends,
and friends share everything.
Uh, well, let's say we share
almost everything, okay?
- Mm-hmm.
- Let's go to class.
Speaking of losers,
she's another one.
I really hope next year, they don't put me
in the same class as Livia.
What do I care about Livia,
Pietro, or Giulio?
They're not my friends,
and they never will be.
I don't need them.
Honey, guess what? I signed you up for
an art class taught by a friend of mine.
She's a very talented artist.
Don't make any plans on Friday.
Are you saying
you filled up my last free day?
I have piano on Mondays and Wednesdays,
ballet on Tuesdays.
I have therapy on Wednesdays
and gymnastics on Thursdays.
And I also need to find the time to study.
- Mom, how can I do all that?
- Of course.
You need to find the time to study.
How annoying is her obsession
to organize my life?
I can't take it anymore.
Listen, Mom, uh, I've been having pains.
It feels like stabbing in my stomach
for a while now.
I knew it. We'll have to change
your diet and your nutritionist.
My mom never listens to me.
The last four answers?
So that one's 23, which is C.
Girls, I don't appreciate this.
You'll both get an F
if I catch you chatting any more.
- Sorry.
- Yeah.
- Can I see your answers?
- Stop it! She'll see us.
- What do you mean?
- Maybe try on your own.
Thanks a lot, Lucia.
What a great friend.
This is my last hope.
Gimme the last four answers, I'm stuck.
But why not? Come on, please.
I don't have anything.
All right, the last four?
Ari. Ari!
- Ah, ow!
- What are you doing?
I'm so sorry, miss, I have a cramp.
- Okay, here!
- Throw it!
So, how was class?
- Well, it was all right
- Ari, wait! Ari, wait for me!
- See you outside.
- Okay.
Uh, listen, just to be clear
I'm not really sure
about what I wrote on the paper.
So, if I made you fail, I just wanted to
It's okay, don't worry.
At least my paper wasn't just blank.
Oh uh
Uh, if you like, we could, uh,
maybe study together?
Hmm. Later!
Uh, so I guess you'll think about it?
Okay? Ari?
Are you disappointed?
Eh, no.
I'm already used to it at this point.
I think that she's, somehow
giving you a chance.
- You think?
- Mm-hmm.
You know what they say
It's just sour grapes, huh?
And what are you always saying?
She's into you.
She's into me.
- Mm-hmm.
- Bye.
Is it acid grapes?
Eh, I don't remember.
No, it's sour for sure.
Maybe I should
go out with Giulio.
He knows my secret,
he lets me copy off of him
I guess it's convenient.
Mom, why are you taking me to school
so early?
I have an important meeting at work,
I have to catch the ferry.
No! I'll be the first one
to arrive at school
and none of my friends
will even be there yet!
Well, it's an opportunity
for you to study, honey.
So annoying!
Hi, Giulio.
I thought about your idea
of us studying together sometime.
This afternoon?
No, today I have piano,
this afternoon is not gonna work.
No worries.
How about tomorrow after school?
Tomorrow, I have gymnastics.
Then Friday?
Uh, yeah, sure, on Friday I'm free.
Oh yeah! You mean it?
- Yeah!
- Yeah
- Yeah, relax.
- Uh, you won't change your mind?
- It depends.
- On what?
I don't know. We'll see, all right?
Yeah, okay, sure. See ya!
Yeah! Yeah!
Innate behavior
comes from instinct.
- All animals have this.
- Are you really studying with Giulio?
Yeah, so?
They are
stereotypical behaviors.
- They always follow the same pattern
- So? You give up yet?
No, I didn't give up
Learned behaviors, on the other hand,
are based on
But he's a loser.
You can't be seen with that dork.
You're the one who said
that the old Giulio was history.
Uh, exactly. The new Giulio will succeed.
- Yeah, stop it.
- Instinct and learning are intertwined
You're being
Maggi! Paccagnini!
You want to finish your conversation
in the hall?
- No, sorry, Miss.
- To continue.
- The ability to learn
- No, don't you get it?
involves experiences reoccurring
What if I'm not in her class next year?
Now or never.
I need your help.
What do you mean? Me?
Weren't you the expert on girls?
Yeah, well,
I was friend-zoned by Livia.
They solve problems at the same time
I have an idea.
- This afternoon, be at the café.
- This allows them to learn further.
Hey, will you two quit it?
Paccagnini, do you wanna come up
and talk about innate behavior?
- Huh?
- Uh, no.
No? Why not?
I already know it all, Miss.
- Next time, you'll teach the lesson.
- Okay.
Hey, Giulio!
- Yeah, finally!
- Hey, have you seen Pietro?
He said to meet him here.
- He's not coming.
- Come on, sit.
Yeah, sit.
What do you want?
You asked him to help you
win Arianna over?
He entrusted the job
to the best dating experts on the island.
Us, of course.
I'm not sharing my business with everyone.
Please! We're not "everyone."
And plus, everyone knows you like Ari.
All right, fine,
Let's see what you come up with,
If I were you, I'd give her chocolates.
Maybe she'll get sweeter.
She's the sweetest girl I know.
- Yeah, come on!
- Yeah, right, come on!
Well, do you wanna help me or not?
Yeah, of course. You asked
if you could study together, right?
You gotta take her to study
somewhere special.
And do something
she won't expect.
- Like what?
- Like, take her to the beach.
- Huh
- The ocean, the wind, the sun!
That would be a very romantic date.
Like a picnic?
Yeah, like a picnic.
And when you ask her about it,
be confident, be cool.
And wear a nice shirt.
Well, of course! And sunglasses.
Of course.
I have to admit it, it's a great idea.
A really great idea.
I feel bad
that this surprise is for Arianna.
It's way too nice.
She doesn't deserve it.
- Did you study the chapter?
- Yeah, we've got that oral test.
Ugh, yeah,
I know there's an oral test.
I had forgotten.
But I studied a few things anyway.
- Arianna.
- Hey
Why are you wearing sunglasses?
Well don't you like my new look?
it's cute, but
Tomorrow, we'll go out.
I mean, we'll study together.
- What?
- Tomorrow's Friday.
Ah, that's right.
- Already Friday
- Yeah.
Uh, we could do a study picnic.
You know, at the beach.
That could be really nice, yeah, but
Carlotta and Lucia are right.
There's no way I can be seen
with a loser like him.
I remembered
I have a painting class tomorrow.
When did you enrol in a painting class?
Well, I didn't wanna do it!
Ask my mother.
Fine. Well, another day?
I'll have to let you know, all right?
So? How was it?
Bad. Really bad.
- No picnic.
- Hey, come on.
It doesn't matter.
It's just one rejection.
And it's Arianna.
I mean, it's definitely not the first one.
who cares about Arianna?
You'll have a picnic with us, okay?
- Okay. At least I've got you two.
- Yeah! Let's go.
- Hey, Lucia.
- Hey.
- Why are you laughing?
- Oh my God, you have no idea!
Giulio asked me out once again.
No, again?
Yeah, and plus,
he wore the strangest outfit.
A dress shirt, and these like, sunglasses.
I mean, seriously.
How could I go out with that dork?
I totally said no.
He'll give up on it eventually, for sure.
It hurts again.
This time, it's worse than ever.
- What's her deal?
- I don't know.
Now what do I do?
What if someone saw me like that?
I'll be a joke forever.
Arianna, is that you?
Everything okay?
Well, I
Are you all right?
No, no, no, no.
Don't come in, please.
I'm on, uh
Are you on
your period?
Okay, well, don't worry.
Let me in, I'll help you.
No, I can't. My pants are stained.
And there's no paper.
I don't have my phone.
I don't know what to do.
I'm so embarrassed.
There's nothing to be embarrassed about.
Wait a minute.
Here, take this
while I try to figure this out.
we need a plan to get you out of there.
You can't stay in the bathroom forever.
Wait here for just a bit.
Where are you going?
No! Don't go!
Giulio! Giulio!
Listen, do you maybe have a sweatshirt or
No, it's hot!
What's wrong? What do you need it for?
- Hey, what size pants are you?
- What?
Ari, it's me.
No one else is here, open up.
Here, put these on.
Where did you find these?
Don't worry about it.
Put 'em on and let's get back.
Thank you.
Is this one of your usual antics?
Ah! No, Miss, you don't get it.
May I please explain?
What's to explain?
You came to class in your underwear!
You're getting a report home today.
They're not underwear,
they're basketball shorts.
Do you see the color? It's an NBA team!
It's true, Miss,
we have practice after school.
Please, would you just stay out of it?
Paccagnini, sit down,
and spare us another one of your shows.
It's not a show, Miss. It's style!
Not my fault you don't get fashion!
What did you just say?
Then it's a report now for sure.
- A report? No, Miss, come on!
- Paccagnini, shut up.
Did he really
stay in his boxers for me?
That's insane.
Do I have to thank Livia and Giulio?
Ow. Dude!
- Stop it! Hey, no, dude!
- Come on, man.
- Hey.
- Hey.
- Hey!
- Hi!
What's up!
Who would've ever thought?
It turns out
I can count on the kids in my class.
Yeah, it was a great day.
Even the people
I snubbed before.
Livia. Livia!
- Good morning.
- Morning.
Until now,
I judged my classmates
like they were behind a wall,
to keep them at a distance.
But they didn't do the same with me.
Especially Giulio.
I think he's the one
who broke down that wall.
this pasta salad is really yummy!
Mm. I'll try it later.
- Want some?
- Yes, thanks!
You're welcome.
Silly Arianna.
She missed a real gentleman.
And a great picnic.
Or maybe she didn't miss out
Hey, Ari.
- It's getting late, we have to leave!
- Yeah, looks like it!
- Mm-hmm.
- See ya.
- See ya!
- Bye! Gotta run!
- See ya!
- Uh
I was hoping to find you here.
Ah, thank you.
No, thank you.
So, don't get your hopes up.
It's not a date, let's make that clear.
That's the Ari I know.
- What do you mean, huh?
- Nothing.
Let me ask you something.
Didn't you have that painting class?
Well yeah, in theory, but, um,
it was my mother's idea.
I don't care about it.
How do you even handle
all the stuff your mom makes you do?
Yeah, I have way too much going on.
Do you ever do anything
that she didn't plan?
Uh, yeah
copying your test answers.
I had no idea you were so funny.
It's a new side of you.
Well, for now,
I'll give you a solution
from Dr. Paccagnini.
- Okay.
- Do absolutely nothing.
And does that work?
Of course, big time.
You know
I'm the greatest expert at it.
Uh, you want some juice?
Or maybe, uh, some salad?
Don't say anything.
It's better like that.
Am I dreaming?
No, no, I'm awake.
No way, I'm dreaming!
So, uh may I?
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