Summertime (2020) s03e01 Episode Script

Season 3, Episode 1

1 A NETFLIX SERIES - ["Around the World" by ATC playing.]
- [people cheering.]
La, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la ♪ Hey, man.
Can you make me a gin and tonic, please? - [bartender.]
Coming right up.
- Thanks.
[music continues.]
Hey, thanks.
La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ [in Italian.]
Samba, with your eyes samba ♪ Lips in the flesh Flowers in the sand, eh-eh ♪ Saint, in your eyes saint ♪ In your touches, I jump I dance, jump, eh-eh ♪ Mama ♪ You see that guy? Freed from karma ♪ Calypso, bring the high tide ♪ I might go for it.
South into your lips ♪ Forest, caligo, tide ♪ Tide ♪ Freed from rage ♪ Calypso, bring the high tide ♪ Tide ♪ South into your lips ♪ Forest, caligo, tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Tide ♪ Hey, guys.
I bought us mojitos.
Here you go, man.
Hey, look, thanks, but we need to get going.
It's early, man.
Just take it.
- Seriously? Look, lay off, man.
- Listen, they're free.
- You think we don't know who you are? - No.
Who am I? You're a loser.
Hey, man, go fuck yourself, huh? Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Tide, tide ♪ Stay in my dreams, love Don't ever leave ♪ Stay a fantasy And don't give me a chance to have you ♪ Stay in my nightmares When you'll be gone ♪ And never, ever, ever come back ♪ No, no.
I I'm sorry.
- What's your problem, huh? - I'm just here for the party.
I'm I'm done.
La, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ Mama ♪ Freed from karma ♪ Calypso, bring the high tide, tide ♪ South into your lips ♪ Forest, caligo, tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Tide, tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Ti-ti-ti-ti-tide ♪ Tide, tide ♪ [indistinct singing.]
This is the final course, the championship, the anticipated challenge between Ale Alba and Jacopo Sandri, but Lola Ortega is still in the game.
What's this? Lola Ortega is slowly encroaching on Alba! She's getting closer.
This attack by Lola Ortega is completely unexpected.
What's she doing? She's taking a huge risk! They are very close, and there's contact! Sandri arrives and overwhelms her.
Oh no, it's terrible! Sandri couldn't What's happening? What's happening? Alessandro Alba stops! He's stopping He stopped.
It's incredible! [Ale.]
Lola Oh my God! Lola, my love! No, Lola! No, no, no, no! Don't close your eyes! Lola! Lola! Lola! Don't touch me! What are you doing? She's my teammate.
[continues indistinctly.]
[phone vibrating.]
["La Nostra Storia Finisce Qui" by Vanna Brosio playing.]
[in Italian.]
Our story ends here ♪ All is clear between us ♪ It's been almost a great love but ♪ Our story ends here ♪ - All right.
Come on, let's go.
- [woman.]
Come on, come on.
Forward pass.
Pass it forward.
Go, go, go, go, Davide.
Pass it, pass it, pass it.
That's your side.
- [whistle blows.]
- Oh! Oh! Call it! That's a penalty! Hey, Ref, call that kid out.
Ah, cool it.
The kid fell on his own.
He's fine.
He was pushed.
It's a penalty, all right? You can do it.
Come, let's go.
You can do it.
[whistle blows.]
Look, it happens, okay? I should have just faked him out.
Well, top players even miss those shots.
It's just when the time comes, I I get nervous.
[sentimental music playing.]
Getting nervous happens.
It's normal.
So you have to learn to control your feelings that are here and here and move them to your feet.
How do you do that? [chuckles.]
"How do you do that?" I don't know how to do that, but I'll tell you when I find out.
- Do you swear? - I swear.
- Really, really swear? - I really swear.
- Okay.
- Great.
[Maurizio exhales.]
[seagulls cawing.]
[Maurizio exhales.]
- Hey.
Good morning.
- Dad, don't Lay off.
Why don't you pick up the phone? - I did, all right? - [Maurizio.]
No, you didn't.
Come on, Dad, what is it? So you've just decided to live like this, huh? I don't get it.
- Why are you always giving me shit? - I'm not giving you shit.
Your mother's been worried.
She's been nagging me about this.
Give me a break.
I know you're an adult now, and it's not like [bottles clinking.]
I can tell you what [bottle clattering.]
what you should or shouldn't do.
But it's been a year, and life goes on.
It has to.
And look, I mean, considering where you should be now Hey, listen to me! That's enough! Where should I be then? Where you're supposed to be, on the racetrack.
You had momentum.
- You really have a problem.
- What? That you never give a shit about the past.
Because the only thing that matters to you is me and my career.
You're breaking my balls.
You're a real dickhead.
I mean, you're a dickhead.
- Yeah, I got it from you.
- I bet you did.
Anyway - Okay? - Call your mother.
[bottles clinking.]
You must have most of this memorized by now.
Take a look.
The removal of the plates hasn't shown any issues.
It went well.
And the bone fragments have realigned, and the tibia and fibula [inhales deeply.]
both look pretty good.
But that's as much as we can do.
What are you saying? It means that the problem with the bones is fixed, but the muscle isn't.
I never would have been able to make it through all these months in here like you.
You've been really amazing, disciplined and brave too.
However, even if you think I'm being too hard, Lola, I need to say that the most difficult part starts now.
But just tell me if I have a shot at racing again.
Let's see if you can guess who she is.
- [Davide.]
The lady in the red dress? - [Dario.]
Stay here one second.
Sofi! [laughs.]
- Dario! - [Dario.]
Oh! - [Sofi.]
How are you? - [Dario.]
You? [in Italian.]
Two days ago ♪ I made you some space here with me ♪ How strange you're still here ♪ - Were you sleeping? - [Summer.]
You look tired.
Did you sleep at all? Not at all.
I was with Theo until an hour ago.
And I'm exhausted.
- I love your bathing suit.
- Thanks.
- Wanna move down? - Yeah.
So, then? How did it go with that guy? Well.
Just well, or was it the best night ever? It went really well.
- You gonna see him again? - No, I don't think so.
I mean, I didn't even give him my number.
- I didn't get his name or anything, so - [chuckles.]
How about you? No.
I just went home.
Yeah, that happens if no one stood out to you.
No, actually, there was this guy I liked.
But, uh, we just didn't click.
Well, maybe you just didn't like him enough.
Yeah, but in the past, I would've gone for it.
If you don't, then you never know.
But I didn't want to.
I didn't.
Maybe this summer you'll fall in love.
- [chuckles.]
Can you imagine that? - Yes.
And plus, I feel it.
This summer, it's gonna be your time.
- And you? - No, no.
Been there, done that.
I'll do something else.
Like what? Maybe just travel.
It never happens, but now I have time.
You better not leave me this summer.
I mean it.
I'll kill you.
No, I won't leave you.
Don't worry, all right? [upbeat music playing.]
So, yeah, she, uh she blocked me on social media.
- Are you serious? - Hmm.
- How dramatic! - Yeah, well - What are you doing? - I'm blocking her.
Who's overreacting now? Listen, no one gets away with blocking my friend.
- Fair enough.
- Mmm.
- Options.
- [chuckles.]
It's final.
Well, actually The whole thing ended up being a big relief.
I can tell.
You seem happy.
You really do.
- I feel better.
- Yeah.
You and Rita? Amazing.
Today's our anniversary.
We're happy.
I can't believe it.
Already a year.
Already a year.
- Did you get her anything? - A record.
A signed copy of Isa's record.
- Isa's record? - Yeah.
- Hmm.
- Why? Is it a shitty idea? No, the idea's nice.
- Are you messing with me or what? - Look, I mean, it's nice.
[both chuckle.]
All right, okay.
I get it.
It's not.
I mean, I bought it because she saw her last summer, and she was obsessed with her music.
I'd hoped that she'd, uh Well, I mean, there's still more.
We're going out to dinner to a place I remember she really likes, so, you know I'm not proud of it, but lately we're always at home.
I mean, I wanna take her out more often, but the truth is I wouldn't even be able to buy her a pizza.
Dario Why don't you just quit delivering pizzas? Why not do something else? Like what, though? Are you serious, Dario? I believe you can do anything.
You just need to believe it too.
[both laugh.]
- [clears throat.]
- [phone dings.]
- What is it? - Ale.
It's been really tough.
He's a mess.
He's been calling me every night, completely wasted.
He won't quit calling.
But yeah Hey, so I was gonna go to Summy's house to pick up the album.
- You wanna come? - No.
I'm gonna stay here.
- You know she isn't there, right? - No, it's not because of Summy.
It's just that I have to go home and unpack and, uh, you know [chuckles.]
I mean, I haven't seen Summer for ages.
I mean, I don't even know if we're friends anymore.
- So - She blocked you as well? - No, she didn't block me.
- If you say so.
No, actually, I watched her stories.
Seems like she's having fun, so Yep, she's been having fun.
[clears throat.]
- That cone's pretty big.
- [chuckles.]
See that? - Delivering those pizzas - [Sofi chuckles.]
What do you think, huh? Is it good? - It's dripping a little.
- It's dripping here too.
Oh, tell me, please Where I've been wrong ♪ And how long before I can go home ♪ How many nights Of drinking can you take? ♪ And how many smiles Did you have to fake? ♪ I guess I can't count ♪ Well, I was walking down a lonely road ♪ Trying to figure out How I'd gotten lost ♪ But John Cassavetes came And lit my way ♪ He said fear's the basis For all of your mistakes ♪ And when you're not scared You can do nothing wrong ♪ Let's sing a song ♪ Don't forget what you are ♪ What you really, really want ♪ [scooter engine revving.]
But you're going down and down again ♪ Trying to figure out Who is your friend ♪ And tell me how many lies Did you wanna tell? ♪ And how many miles Till you understand? ♪ I guess you can't count ♪ [horns blaring.]
Okay, I'm going.
I'm going.
- Hey! - [Dario.]
My God! Dario, you need the album, don't you? Yeah.
I requested a couple of them, but they haven't arrived yet.
But wait.
I'm pretty sure I've got a copy.
Let me look for it.
Give me just one sec.
And you're, um - [Dario.]
- Davide.
Here, come in.
- Hi.
- No.
Don't worry about it, Isa.
I So what are we going to give Mom now? Uh, we'll figure it out.
Come on, let's go.
But I think Mom's gonna be really disappointed.
[inhales deeply.]
[chuckles gently.]
Come on.
You're right.
We'd better go look for it.
Let's go.
Hi! Hi, my babies! [chuckling.]
I missed you so much.
- [dogs whimpering.]
- Hi, Silverio.
Silverio, come here.
[soft pop music playing.]
[line ringing.]
[in German.]
Good afternoon! [Edo on phone, in English.]
You learned German? Just that phrase.
When are you coming back? In about a week.
Come on.
Just come back now, will you? I need to finish up a few things, all right? - You doing okay? - I'm okay.
Just unpacking.
It seems nothing's changed.
Who's that? Oh, uh, this is Herbert, my roommate actually.
Hey! So it's Herbert, but you can call me Herbie.
It seems like he's pretty cool.
- [Edo chuckles.]
He can hear you, you know.
- Well, I didn't call him an asshole.
Um, okay, Sofi, I gotta go.
I'll be back in a week.
I miss you.
[blows kiss.]
See ya.
[in German.]
Did you tell her? That wasn't Giulia.
She's just a friend of mine.
I'm sorry, but I can't help you anymore.
Yeah, I know, but please give me a few more days.
- Okay, okay.
- Okay.
I'm sure it was there.
Anthony, are you sure you didn't move it by accident? Yes, I know for a fact I didn't move it.
But it was here yesterday.
Whose is this? - That's where that was.
- [Davide.]
You're welcome.
Oh wow, wait.
- I was looking for this.
Thanks, man.
- [both chuckle.]
Isa, why don't we do this more often? This is great! Please, Dario, tell me you have something as backup.
Um Yes.
I mean No.
Actually, I don't, but But now I feel so I feel awful, Dario.
No, come on.
Don't worry, Isa.
I mean, I'll find something else.
- It's not like [clears throat.]
- [Isa.]
Yeah? - Is everything okay? - Have you seen my album, honey? - You mean in here? - [Isa.]
Why do you need it? Uh, for Rita.
Well, today's our anniversary, so - Ah.
- Yeah.
And she's my mom.
- Yeah.
- Ah.
Uh, hey, Mom, it'd be good for you to get out a little.
Why not do a surprise concert? Well, now I gotta go.
- [Dario.]
See ya.
- [Davide.]
Hey, do you think she'd like that? Well, it would be amazing.
But I don't wanna impose.
It's no problem.
I can take Theo with me tonight.
Uh, well, are you sure though? My gosh, of course! It'd be just incredible.
Let's do it.
We just need someone who could coordinate it.
- Hi.
- Hey.
- Hi.
- What's up? Hi.
Uh, what is it? [upbeat music playing.]
[indistinct chatter.]
Excuse me.
- What's wrong? - Nothing.
- No.
What happened? - I just said I'm fine.
I just can't stand being home.
The place is too noisy.
I wish I could live alone.
Why don't you stay with me for a bit? My grandparents are extremely quiet.
They walk around in their slippers so it's always pretty quiet.
And when they watch TV, they use Bluetooth headphones.
They got them from my parents actually.
If you're here at this meeting, it's because you share a passion for the work that we do.
Does anyone here have any similar experience? Excuse me.
 Excuse me.
I didn't mean to interrupt.
- Sorry.
- [man.]
All right, everybody, if you're If I missed anything, then I suppose I'll borrow your notes.
has been converted into a research center.
We are a group of marine biologists - We're not supposed to take notes, huh? - No.
get to experience and help us firsthand in our daily Anyway, I was just kidding.
Could you quit it? I wanna hear what they're saying.
- Could you please stop? - [chuckles.]
but they aren't the only animals we care for here.
Anyway, I'm Viviana.
We also have many other sea animals Blue.
Blue? [woman.]
We have cuttlefish.
That's pretty.
and all kinds of marine fauna.
It's an exciting line of work [sighs.]
Hey, if I'm asleep, just shake me.
So, in this industry, where it once was a popular practice to interact with the animals, we do things a little different.
- It's a secret.
- Good job.
Hey, we're here! [clears throat.]
- [Rita.]
- Hey.
- Hi.
- Aw.
- How did your match go? - Bad.
We lost the game.
- Oh well, that's all right.
- I know.
- It happens.
- [chuckling.]
I didn't cook yet.
I'm going to just pick something up later.
- From where? - Um - I'll make something here, that's all.
- What do you mean? Can you bring him to your parents? Are you organizing something? No.
Tell me.
- No.
- Oh, come on.
Just a clue.
- No, listen, I got to go now, or I'll be - Hey! Never mind.
Go see your parents.
But don't leave him behind.
I'm not gonna leave him behind.
[clears throat.]
- So what's he doing? - Nothing.
- I'm not supposed to tell you.
- [chuckles.]
[In Italian.]
I would like a place Where I could just go and hang out ♪ I'd like to color all my images ♪ [man.]
See, it's all very straightforward.
You can speak to the clients when you want.
- And, uh, here are the boards.
The zone.
- Okay.
- And of course, the bar, the beer - Cool.
So you can see, it's really straightforward.
Uh, thank you, Stefano, for letting me use the venue.
I don't know how, well Don't mention it.
And as I said before, it's a great excuse for me to see Rita again.
I mean, we hardly see each other anymore, so Oh.
Well [chuckles.]
Thanks again.
It's great.
Where are you setting up the stage then, huh? Uh [blows raspberry.]
Don't know.
Maybe, uh, well Maybe Maybe over there.
I'll put up a small platform here.
- And, uh, is there any power? - No.
Here, no.
But I can run a line over.
It's no problem.
Do you organize events for a living or? No, no, I do deliveries.
I pick up food.
I drop it off.
Oh, you're a delivery guy, are you? Well, yeah.
Well, there's nothing wrong with that, is there? - You work hard, right? I like that.
- I suppose.
Honestly, I only work here to be closer to the beach.
I mean Actually, the wind is good.
I'm gonna go for it.
- For what? - I'm gonna do a bit of windsurfing.
Oh, and how long are you going? An hour maybe.
Okay? Don't worry.
Just grab a beer, chat with the clients And make sure you don't leave, otherwise no one will be here to run the place.
- Sure.
Why not? - It'll be fine.
- Don't worry.
- Okay.
- Thanks, bro.
- [Dario.]
[mellow music playing.]
Hey, Summy? It looks like I found the place.
Ah, boo! [chuckles.]
- That was fast.
- [chuckles.]
Hey, my friend is in love and needs support.
I'm here.
But how did you convince him? Um, basically, Stefano met Rita back in high school.
And I said I wanted to surprise her, and well, he said it wasn't a problem.
Nice, huh? Yeah.
I've heard about this place before, but I've never seen it.
- But it's nice.
- Mm-hmm.
Yeah, but, uh, where's Stefano? Uh, he went windsurfing or something like that.
I don't know.
Listen, uh, did you bring the microphone? - Yes.
- Ah.
- I'm not sure if it works.
- Well, let's try it out.
Start singing.
- Singing? - Yeah.
- Dario? - What? - No way I'm doing that.
I - No, come on.
I just need to make sure it works, the sound system is set up.
Come on.
No one's here.
Go, go, go, go.
Go on, sing something.
- [clears throat.]
- [mic buzzes.]
[in Italian.]
She looks like an angel Fallen from the sky ♪ Bravo.
The way she's dressed Going into the Blue Saxophone ♪ [phone vibrating.]
One night, she met a kind guy ♪ That night, he was like lightning And looking at him was almost a shock ♪ And returning and returning And returning and returning home ♪ She ♪ - [chuckles.]
Keep going.
You're good.
- [Summer.]
No, I'm done.
I was just helping Dario, uh When did you get back? Today.
I didn't know.
Well, I'm happy that you're here again.
If you want, one of these nights, maybe we could meet up and catch up over a drink.
Yeah, well, maybe.
- [chuckles.]
Sorry, I was on the phone.
- [Sofi.]
Hey, this is a great space.
I know.
I have to fix some things up still.
But that's easy.
Almost done.
- How was it? - You were perfect.
I guess the speaker's busted and needs to be replaced.
I called a spot nearby that rents them out.
Anyway, I better go, because Rita's waiting, and I'm already late.
Well, hey, why don't I wait here for Stefano? - If you need to run.
- You sure? Yeah? Thanks.
You're the best.
- [Summer chuckles.]
- Thank you.
- No Stefano, Summer, Sofia.
- Hi, guys.
- [Summer and Sofi.]
- How are you doing? - Stefano.
- Pleasure.
Anyway, I better go then.
No, wait.
Where are you going? I need to take a shower, then take Rita out.
We'll be here at ten-ish.
- Yeah, man.
Ten's great.
- That works? Okay.
- See ya.
- [Stefano.]
I really should go too.
- Hah.
- Okay.
But we'll see you tonight? Yeah, maybe.
- I'll see ya.
- See ya.
And they're gone, uh - Summer, right? - Yeah.
Want a drink? - What do you say? - Sure, a beer.
One minute.
[mellow music continues.]
[engine stops.]
- Da.
- [Dario.]
- Where have you been? - Why are you here? - You disappeared.
- Look, I called you back, okay? No, you never called me back.
Anyway, if the mountain doesn't go to Muhammad, then you know It's actually, "If the mountain will not come to Muhammed, then Muhammad must go to the mountain.
" Look, forget it.
Hey, look, man, you got a second to grab a beer? I was hoping we could talk.
Actually, I'm booked up.
Today's the one year with Rita, so I've got a lot to do.
You're still with Rita? - Yeah, still with Rita.
- [Ale.]
Man! Come on, please, Dario.
I promise, just one drink.
Fifteen minutes? Oh, we're counting the minutes? Yeah, all right.
I'll bring you back to your woman all spiffed up and on time.
I swear.
All right.
Let's go.
- Let's go.
- Let's go.
I'll drive.
No, no, no.
Let's let's walk.
Even better.
["Simone" by Franco126 playing.]
Hey, man, relax.
Five minutes, let's just talk.
No, man, I can't.
This has gotta be quick.
I've got a ton of stuff to do still.
You're really becoming a pathetic old man, or you're just madly in love.
No, you just caught me on a special day.
- Come on, man.
"A special day"? - Yes.
And yesterday was a special day.
Last week was a special day too.
- [glasses clink.]
- Cheers.
Well, I'm not calling you at 4:00 a.
while you're asleep, but you know It's pathetic.
What's pathetic? You mean, that I'm in love? No, look, that part is amazing.
But it's like you've just given up.
It's a shame that now you're some loser, delivering pizzas to try and make rent happen.
That you've given up on chasing your dreams.
- It makes me sorry for you, honestly.
- [Dario.]
You feel sorry for me? [scoffs.]
You ever think about what happens if it ends? - No.
But enlighten me.
Why do you ask? - 'Cause if it ends you will have wasted the best years of your life for a family that isn't yours.
And you'll have nothing to fucking show for it.
- You jealous piece of shit.
- Jealous of you? You really are a jealous piece of shit.
Think you're the only one suffering? You faced a tragedy, and we all need to coddle you? No, you're right.
That wasn't a tragedy at all.
I should get over it.
Even Lola doesn't want to see you anymore, man, because you're such an asshole.
- Leave her out of this.
- [Dario.]
Leave her out of this? She's got nothing to do Every single morning before I get up, I worry there'll be another message from you with your new problem because you won't let me worry about myself.
That's what she has to do with it.
I think you like making problems.
I think you want everyone else to be miserable.
- Because no one really gets you, right? - Leave me alone.
Leave you alone? Oh, am I bothering you? Huh? - [Ale.]
- What? [Dario.]
I used to feel sorry for you.
You know that? But now you fucking annoy me.
So now you can stop pretending to be my caregiver.
- [Dario.]
Fuck you, Ale.
- Yeah, fuck you too, Dario.
Sweetheart, it's beautiful.
- Do you like it? - Yes, looks amazing.
It's absolutely lovely.
- No beer for me, though.
- Uh, no.
Thanks for last night.
Or, really, this morning actually.
- It's nothing.
- It wasn't nothing.
Look at your face.
You're exhausted, Summer.
No, look, it's just because of exams.
I'm a bit tired.
- You sure that's all? - Yes.
Is there anything you want to tell me? A secret that maybe you want to confess? - [chuckling.]
- [man.]
Sorry, I'm late.
I got the call last minute, and I had other deliveries.
[indistinct singing.]
- Hi.
- Hi.
Do you know each other? - Yes.
- No.
Not really, we don't.
- Mm-mm.
- Well, she's right.
Not really that well.
- [Isa.]
What's your name? - Luca.
Can we put things in place? - Of course.
- [Isa.]
Okay, I'll get the cables.
- Can you grab - Okay.
[in Italian.]
You know what? ♪ I was seeking in the wind ♪ The way I feel ♪ With my heart tied to a finger ♪ Not having fun ♪ [chuckling.]
How many kinds of bottled water did they have? [chuckling.]
What about the waiter with the white gloves? Get over here.
Thank you.
This all has meant so much.
You cry and you laugh for no reason ♪ You're welcome.
But it's not over yet.
- It's not? - Nope.
Close your eyes.
- Why? - Just close your eyes.
Trust me.
- Okay.
- [Dario.]
All right.
Wait, I'm in heels.
Come on, don't worry.
I'm right here.
Walk this way.
- Hey! Don't open your eyes.
- [laughing.]
That's cheating.
Keep them closed.
- Keep them closed.
- Okay.
[Dario chuckling.]
This way.
Come on.
- Can you tell me where we're headed? - Who knows? A midnight swim? - A night of passion at the Grand Hotel? - [laughs.]
I was thinking, considering you finished your exams and everything, you could maybe come home earlier at night.
Look, not early, per se.
But just enough so you can rest more.
- Fine.
- Just a bit.
Hmm? Hi, Sofi.
- Come on.
Ta-da! - Dario.
into the void to focus ♪ There's a helicopter Inside my stomach ♪ Ah.
You know the owner, right? What's his name? Mmm.
- [Rita.]
- Stefano.
Yes, why? Shall we go for a drink? And the surprise? The surprise Well, let's go for a drink first, then the surprise.
- Come on.
Trust me.
- [Rita chuckles.]
Dario! - Slow down.
- [Dario.]
Come on.
- Summer, two minutes till they get here.
- [Summer.]
Okay, thanks.
- Go on, break a leg.
- Thanks.
Uh, hey, they're almost here.
So you can start dimming the lights, okay? Okay.
Anyway, I didn't think you were from around here.
And I didn't think you worked here, you know? Well, it's the first time I've been here.
So then it's destiny.
After all, it's not like we really talked.
- Uh, no.
- Uh, no.
[indistinct chatter.]
A warm welcome to our lovebirds! No! [chuckles.]
- You're crazy.
- [both laugh.]
- [Isa.]
- Oh my You need to say something.
- Come on, Dario.
Come say something.
- [chuckling.]
Okay, I'm going.
- [Isa.]
Come on.
- [Dario.]
Um, yeah.
- Hello? Yeah, um [clears throat.]
- [chuckles.]
Well, yeah [chuckles.]
I wasn't really expecting to I didn't have anything prepared.
I hope that, uh I hope that you like the surprise we put together, and I did it with my heart, and my hands, and actually with the help from everyone else here, so And of course, big thanks to Isa.
And, uh I wanted, um, to simply say thank you.
Thank you for helping and supporting me this year during my worst moments.
And I know that I'm so lucky to have you.
- [laughing.]
Anyway, I don't know - [giggles.]
[all applauding.]
- That's enough.
I'm done.
- [Isa.]
All right.
Thank you.
- Amazing.
- Are you crying? [Rita sobs.]
[guitar playing.]
[camera clicking.]
When I talk like a kid ♪ - And you don't feel ashamed ♪ - [singing along.]
- Oh, you know it? - Yes.
Or when we fight all day ♪ You scan my moods ♪ Without speaking ♪ And I fall for you ♪ I know these pictures in my mind ♪ They'll change from time to time ♪ But I know we will change too ♪ So leave me, don't you dare ♪ 'Cause I'm your keeper ♪ [vocalizing.]
[all applauding.]
Thank you.
[slow clap.]
What a concert! - Wait a second.
- Okay.
[Ale clapping.]
Bravo, Dario.
Really nice.
I listened to all of it.
- What the fuck are you doing? - But how come I wasn't invited? I thought about it.
It's because I fucking annoy you.
- [Luca.]
Hey, what the fuck? - [Dario.]
Watch it! - What the fuck do you want? - [Dario and Summer.]
- Summy.
- Come on.
[mellow music playing.]
Thank you.
[music continues.]
I'm so glad you're here.
[upbeat music playing.]
[music slows down.]
[music ends.]

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