Summertime (2020) s03e04 Episode Script

Season 3, Episode 4

1 ["Cinema" by Joan Thiele and Mace playing.]
A NETFLIX SERIES [in Italian.]
Whoa I'm your favorite movie ♪ You've heard me in a soundtrack ♪ It was me, it was me, it was me ♪ [vocalizing.]
Or I am a magic character In your dreams ♪ I'm coming to see you at night As long as you undress me ♪ And the voice Will be yours, yours, yours ♪ It's me who doesn't have ♪ [man.]
It's me who doesn't have ♪ [man.]
- Any more time for you ♪ - [man.]
Summer! - [music continues on earphones.]
- [man.]
There's a guy looking for you.
You know this guy? [laughs.]
Yeah, it's okay.
I'll take care of it.
I was up all night long writing a new song.
- I really need you to hear it.
- I'm, uh Mmm.
Another time then? Uh, no.
You know what? It's okay.
Sandro, I'm I'm gonna take a break, okay? [Sandro.]
Sure, okay.
Over there.
Let's go.
[song playing indistinctly on earphones.]
- It's pretty.
- I'm still not done with it.
- The problem is the vocals.
- Why? Your voice is great.
No, it's not that.
- It's that it needs a female voice.
- Oh.
- [Luca.]
Like yours.
- Like mine? Your voice is perfect, Summer.
But I'd never be able to do something like this, Luca.
And anyway, I'd really like to, but I don't I don't have the time.
With work, there's a lot If you're in, then we'll find the time.
How about this? You think about it and let me know later.
But promise me you'll think about it.
A little bit? ["Di Chi è Questa Città" by bnkr44 playing.]
- Promise.
- [Luca.]
Pinky swear.
- [kisses.]
See ya.
- See ya.
Don't take me with you ♪ I don't want to go back To drying in the sun ♪ Leave me how you'd like to find me And I can't find the name ♪ You'll get knots if you keep doing that.
Each hoop has to be smaller than the hoop that precedes it.
Want me to show you? You think you're the only one who knows how to do anything? No.
Of course not.
I just wanted to help you.
That's all.
Hey, Blue.
[boat horn blowing.]
[song continues playing.]
What's the matter? - These work things suck.
- Yeah, they're awful.
[Viviana chuckles.]
That's your friend, isn't it? She wanted to come with us today on the boat.
She's taking a couple of photos for some project.
Hey, by the way, your shirt's amazing.
It's really pretty.
At some point, you've gotta let me borrow it.
- Of course.
- [Viviana.]
["Di Chi è Questa Città" continues playing.]
Leave me how you'd like to find me ♪ And I can't find the heart ♪ Leave me how you'd like to find me ♪ And I can't find I can't find, I can't find ♪ [Ale.]
- How's it going? - Fine.
- How's the leg? - [Lola.]
It feels like before.
- Then come on, let's go.
We've just begun.
- Go ahead.
[upbeat music playing.]
[indistinct chatter.]
I'm sorry about what I said, Blue.
Look, I'm sorry too.
I've just been feeling nervous.
Let me ask you.
Am I making you nervous then? No, Alfredo.
It's not you.
If it isn't, then who is making you nervous? [chuckles.]
Hey, do you have water? [Viviana.]
The last sip for you, beauty.
Have you ever seen a platform? Well, actually I didn't even know what they were until today.
It's a spooky and a beautiful place where nature gets its revenge.
- You mean those? - Come on.
I'll explain it to you.
Right there.
- Viviana's nice, huh? - Uh, yeah.
- Have you known each other for long? - No, no.
- Aren't you here to take photos? - No, I did.
I took a few.
[camera beeps.]
He's right.
They really are spooky.
Alfredo is always right.
GIU: VOICE MESSAGE (0:12) [chuckles.]
Well, maybe we should go and sleep on one of those.
What do you say? - [chuckles.]
- [Blue.]
It'd be freezing cold.
I mean, it's no problem.
We could make a fire.
I mean, a bit of music and beers.
We would have fun.
A bonfire on a platform filled with natural gas? [Blue chuckles.]
Maybe not.
Maybe not.
Hey, Sofi.
I'm sorry to bother you.
But I, uh, wanted to see if we could talk.
I can come meet you at the docks if that's all right.
[upbeat music playing.]
It's like you never stopped training.
I mean, you could run a marathon tomorrow morning.
So, if motorcycles don't work out, I'll take up marathons.
- [both chuckle.]
- [Ale.]
Listen, were you in pain while you were biking? No.
Why? No, it seemed like you were struggling a little with your left leg.
Uh, are you checking in? You worried? Of course.
I'm your coach, aren't I? Yeah.
I've arrived at, uh at my, um, suite.
[both chuckle.]
- Apparently, its sea view is amazing.
- [Lola.]
So tomorrow, same time? - [Ale.]
Same time.
- Okay.
- Okay.
- [Lola.]
Um [chuckling.]
I'll see you tomorrow.
- See you tomorrow.
- [Lola.]
["Bollicine" by ESSEHO playing.]
- [Giulia.]
You were right about Edo.
- [Sofi.]
What do you mean? He's been acting strange since he got here.
It feels like he's hiding something.
I mean, he'll be completely weird and the next second, be happy and wanna go out.
- Well, that's not so bad.
- Of course it is.
It's horrible.
I don't get it.
[in Italian.]
If you don't feel like it I won't come ♪ But I know all too well How much you want me ♪ Hey.
- [Summer.]
- Hi.
What are you doing here? I felt bad about the other night.
We barely got to talk, so Well, I'm glad you came by.
When we're alone in the same room, he looks terrified.
Plus, his eyes get all shifty.
I'm sorry.
It's just that with work here, and at the Saian, and with my brother, I'm always in a rush.
I can imagine.
So? How's Hamburg going? I really messed up.
I made a huge mess.
What happened? I think there's someone else.
- Giulia.
- There has to be.
- Edo? - Yes.
- I failed.
- [Summer.]
Failed what? All of it.
For the past year, I've been telling my dad everything was great, but it all went to hell.
Hamburg is expensive, and the money he was sending wasn't enough.
I completely lost my housing, and then I had to ask others for cash, taking whatever job I could.
I'm behind.
I didn't even take one exam.
Why didn't you tell your dad about this? Because he keeps going on all the time, "Oh, my son is over in Germany.
" "He's an architect.
Oh, he's so smart.
" I mean, the man acts like I'm a Nobel Prize winner.
And then there's Giulia, who thinks I have this amazing life there, but Honestly, I can't imagine Edo living some double life.
Yeah, maybe it's not a double life.
Maybe it's more of a previous one.
[breathes deeply.]
Summer? But, I mean, didn't you expect it to come out sooner or later? Sure, I thought about it, but I was hoping I could fix it, so I lied to everyone, and I said, "I'll fix it.
I promise.
" But nothing's been fixed.
Nothing's changed.
I mean, she's not seeing anyone now, right? I don't think so.
What do you mean you don't think so? Don't you talk about it? No, I'm pretty pretty sure she's not seeing anyone.
So maybe things never ended with them officially.
I mean, you need to say something.
You have to tell Giulia the truth.
Giulia, I think you should try and trust Edo a bit more.
Sofi, obviously I trust Edo.
I believed everything he said to me.
But even if you've known someone your whole life, you never know.
You can never be sure.
You, Sofi, and I were Everything was so simple when it was just the three of us.
Or did we just believe it was like that? [breathes deeply.]
Is there a way you can bring this up when you see Summer? - Summer? - Yeah.
- Sure.
- Wait.
Really? [chuckles.]
Thank you.
You're a real friend.
I really missed you, Summy.
You too.
Come on.
Drinks on me.
- [kids chattering.]
- [phone beeping.]
- Hey.
- Hi.
So? Uh, we won, actually.
Oh, that's great! [chuckles.]
Tell me about it.
But, uh, where's Dario? Well, Dario's a bit late.
So why don't you tell me? 'Cause I want to know everything.
But, Mom, you don't understand anything about playing soccer.
It's different.
No, wait, that's not true.
I understand a bit of soccer.
- [phone ringing.]
- One minute.
Here's Dario.
Where are you? - [Dario on phone.]
Did you call me? - Yeah, we were expecting you.
I'm so sorry.
I forgot.
I was setting things up at the club, and I lost track of time.
But I can come meet you.
- No, Dario.
Just forget it.
- [Dario.]
I can be there in 15 minutes.
Look, don't worry about it.
I mean it.
- [Dario.]
- See ya.
- When is he coming? - Sweetheart, Dario actually can't come.
- [Stefano.]
Rita! - But he'll be there tonight.
- But I'll be asleep tonight.
- [chuckles.]
I know.
- [Stefano.]
Rita! - Hey.
- [Stefano.]
- Why are you here? Uh, no, I was just walking by, and I was trying to make sense of this sport with no luck, actually.
You two? What's going on? We're having victory ice cream to celebrate.
- A victory ice cream? You won? - Yes.
- By how much? - Three-zero.
Three-zero? In that case, you really deserve an ice cream.
They're good, huh? - You all right? - Yeah.
Of course.
Hey, in that case, we can, uh, buy one ice cream for each goal.
- Yeah.
- That work? One, two, three.
It's on me.
- Yeah, okay.
- [Stefano.]
If your Mom agrees.
- Yeah? Let's go.
- Well, all right.
["Giovani Favolosi" by The Jab playing.]
[in Italian.]
Tell me where you are I'm coming to lose you ♪ - [Milena.]
- [Dario.]
Those yours? Yeah, I had them all over the place, so It was crazy.
I brought them here instead.
If you're looking for Summer, she's late.
No, I was going to tell you that Summer can't come tonight.
I'm here to fill in for her, actually.
I mean, she tried to call before, but - Yeah, I'm just a little out of it today.
- Why? Well, I forgot Davidino.
I was supposed to pick him up.
He's, uh, my girlfriend's son, actually.
So, then, it's not a problem? No.
But is everything okay with Summy then? Yeah, she just had to watch Theo.
It's all good.
- But can you actually - You kidding? What do you want, a daiquiri? - A mojito? A manhattan? - [chuckles.]
A margarita? - All right, I'll take your word for it.
- [Milena.]
- I'll just finish up.
- [Milena.]
["Giovani Favolosi" continues.]
Tell me where you are I'm coming to lose you ♪ [Ale.]
This a bad time? - Hey.
- [Ale.]
I'm just trying to Ah, no, no.
One sec.
One sec.
One sec.
- You have to lift this up and then pull.
- [cranking.]
- And I close this? - Yup.
It takes some practice.
A bit of training.
Don't mention training to me, all right? - [Ale.]
Why not? You did great today.
- [Lola.]
In fact, to celebrate I was thinking that we could have dinner together.
Um It's a a sweet thought, really.
But today I I'm busy.
Sure, of course.
I was thinking Yeah, I mean, it's too last minute.
Tomorrow? I don't know.
Ale, I don't know.
Why? Don't, um - Don't we have a good time? - Yes, we always have an amazing time.
[breathes deeply.]
The problem is we do.
And this time, I want things to stay neutral.
It's barely been a year, Ale.
To me, it feels like ten.
- People don't really change.
- What if we do change? I'm not the person I was.
What person? The one who throws it all away like that for no reason.
[in Italian.]
Stock up on all the time you'll have ♪ I mean, it's better this way.
Trust me.
Pretend it never even existed ♪ - Trust me.
- Okay.
Forget everything now ♪ Maybe you're right.
See ya.
If you have broken your sky ♪ It's no longer you ♪ It doesn't seem so anyway ♪ PARADISE BEACH [Stefano.]
So he likes soccer in all shapes and forms, huh? [Rita.]
You were never a big fan of it.
No, I never understood a thing about soccer.
Let's say I had other interests, so to speak.
" You were teacher's pet.
You never let me copy off you once.
Hmm Strange.
Because I have this very clear memory of me during finals passing a math test over, but I'm blanking on who Oh, but it was to you.
[both laugh.]
If it weren't for you, I'd still be there.
I forgot about that.
- Come on.
Please, Stefano.
- What? - Come play with us.
I'm losing.
- Me? Why didn't he ask you? - Because I'm awful.
- It's not like I'm any better.
- Fine.
You're fine.
- [Stefano.]
Okay, I'm coming.
This is, uh - I'll be the goalie.
- Yeah.
Let's go! - Ta-da! - No.
- No! [chuckles.]
- I found it.
Oh my! It's amazing! See? A little late, but still - Thank you.
- You're welcome, sweetie.
Aah! [laughs.]
And Stefano? Oh, Stefano was walking near the soccer fields, and he came with us.
Mmm, what a coincidence.
- Isn't it? - Mm-hmm.
Listen, what are you doing tonight? Nothing.
Why? - Well, I had a great idea.
- Mm-hmm.
Let's get all fancy and let's go out tonight.
You in? I can't.
I have Davide.
And it's probably too late to call a babysitter.
- [Davide.]
Aw! - Oh! - Leave him with Stefano.
- [chuckles.]
Look, I'm joking, but Well, look, he'd make an amazing babysitter.
High five! Now we're talking.
Come on.
Come on, come on.
Anyway, you said yes.
- No, I said no.
- We'll talk later.
See you tonight.
No promises.
You asked me, "Are you keeping it?" I answered, "I'll keep it for you" ♪ You let it go too soon ♪ I didn't hold a grudge But indeed I was a bit upset ♪ - Hey.
- Hey.
I'm happy that you called me.
- I thought you were done with me.
- No, of course not.
How is everything? Your projects, your photos Good.
Everything's going well.
Uh So, look, I wanted to see you because I mean, it felt weird, well, to put this in a text, so Okay.
- Are you still seeing Edo? - Yeah.
- You are? - I mean, we've seen each other and - Wait.
Did you mean like - Is something going on between you two? - No! No, no, no, no.
- [Sofi.]
Why? Well, no, it's Giulia.
She's worried, because lately he's been acting strange, and she asked if I'd So, yeah.
He's going through a pretty rough time right now.
But you know Edo.
You can never tell what's going on in his mind.
You and Giulia have really bonded.
Well, here, she really only has Edo.
- So, when she needs [chuckles.]
- Mmm.
- Well, when a friend's in need - Hmm.
- Is that all you wanted to ask? - Yeah, yeah.
Tonight, I can't.
I'm working.
But if you want, let's plan something one of these nights, huh? Yeah, great.
Then we'll plan something for sure.
So, see ya.
See ya.
[upbeat music playing.]
- Hey.
- So then, how is it going, man? [Dario.]
Well Well, I don't know.
I have a ton of things on my mind, actually.
I think I'd like to add some stuff.
Why don't you widen the stage a bit? [Dario.]
Yeah, I was thinking about it.
And I was thinking of putting up some lights.
Something to add to it, you know? Yeah.
Hey, listen.
Summer's not not here yet? Oh, she's with the baby.
She has a kid? [laughing.]
It's her brother.
Well, then.
Um, hey, so can you give me her address? Sure.
- You mean, you're just gonna ask? - Yeah.
- Everything okay? - [Luca.]
Of course.
- Why do you need it for? - [Luca.]
What do you care? [Dario.]
Then I'm not gonna give it to you.
Leave me suddenly ♪ When I'm without you, I'm broken ♪ We've been together almost every night ♪ But then you left ♪ [Luca and Katia singing in Italian through earphones.]
Is it the band from the other night? Huh? Is it the band we saw live at the concert with Viviana? [Blue.]
How did you know? The music is so loud I can hear it from here.
Wanna listen with me? Sure.
[Luca and Katia, in Italian.]
I spend the nights in between bars ♪ You ask me how it's going How it's going ♪ When we fall to pieces Who will pick us up? ♪ I'm really sorry about always giving the impression that I know it all.
Honestly, it's just that I like being around you, Blue.
I know.
I don't want to be a know-it-all kinda person.
I'll be honest.
I kinda like it.
It didn't seem like you did.
It seems like you don't like me anymore, Blue.
Of course I still like you.
Let's do something cool tonight.
Something like I don't know.
Maybe we can call Viviana, if you like.
Let's keep it the two of us.
I'm in.
[sentimental music playing.]
Summy, love, I'm off.
There's a bottle in the fridge for him, okay? - [Summer.]
- Bye, my love.
- [Theo cooing.]
- My sweet boy.
Um, Summy, it looks like you have a visitor here.
It's Luca, okay? - Hi.
- Hey.
Uh, why are you here? I wanted to see you.
But how did you know where I know everything.
- You never quit? - Never.
- [Theo cooing.]
- Oh.
Your son.
My brother.
No, I know.
It's a joke with Dario.
But do you have a guitar? I have four.
Plus, a ukulele.
Can you go get one? Give me a minute.
[Theo giggling.]
Your son is really chill, you know? [upbeat music playing.]
- Hey.
GIU: THANK YOU SOFI So, how have you been? Well.
And you? Uh, look, I'm getting something.
You wanna get a beer? - Sure.
- Excuse me.
Can you get us two beers? Thanks.
All right.
- What did you bring me? - Right.
Here you go.
[bell tolling.]
They're not good, right? Look, it's not about whether they're good or not.
It's not the point.
The angle is right, the exposure's fine, the light works, it's good, but I've seen these photos over a million times.
- You know? - Yeah.
In magazines, social media.
But these are the photos of others.
I'm interested in seeing your photos.
Hmm? Those aren't here.
Where are they? Where are they? - It's a great spot.
- This studio used to be my dad's.
And now I use it when I don't want to deal with my sister.
[both laugh.]
Singing lessons? No.
These aren't lessons.
We're just singing something together.
[guitar playing.]
Is this your song? - [continues playing guitar.]
- Mm-hmm.
[in Italian.]
If you knew what I have in mind ♪ Maybe you would run away from here ♪ In the black and white Of yet another party ♪ I'm looking for an end Like in the movies ♪ [in English.]
Try not to breathe from here.
Breathe lower.
[in Italian.]
If you knew what I have in mind ♪ Maybe you would run away from here ♪ In the black and white Of yet another party ♪ I'm looking for an end Like in the movies ♪ But in this world full of scents ♪ I forget the scent that leads to you ♪ [in English.]
What is it? This phrase is a little strange, isn't it? What would you write? Well, I mean, instead of [in Italian.]
"In this world full of scents, I forget the scent that leads to you," um "But while it's all dark out there, I try not to think of you anymore.
" [both.]
But while it's all dark out there ♪ I try not to think of you anymore ♪ You and me ♪ Alone ♪ Like a summer ago ♪ Sand in my thoughts ♪ Which now doesn't make me Feel good anymore ♪ Feel good by myself ♪ Right on.
- [chuckles.]
- [Luca.]
You have any more ideas? Uh, no.
What did you think? Not bad for our first session.
[upbeat music playing.]
I don't even remember how long it's been since I've been to a club like this.
- What do you want? - A gin and tonic.
Can we get a gin and tonic and something non-alcoholic? - [bartender.]
- 'Cause I'm You're livin' it up.
- Living it up.
- [both laugh.]
I know how it goes.
Listen, seriously, I think we should do this more often.
Make it our weekly date.
Every Thursday.
- Thursday party.
- Thursday party.
- [Rita.]
I like it.
I'm in.
- It's nice.
- Children permitting, let's do it.
- Children permitting, always.
- [Rita.]
- I mean Listen, how is Anthony as a co-parent? Does he help you? You know, he does.
He's a big support.
- Mmm.
- I mean, I didn't expect it.
But in fact, with him and Summy, I really can't complain.
But? - No buts.
- There's a "but.
" No, I mean, it's odd.
Just it feels like sometimes something's missing, but - Is there someone else? - What? [Rita laughs.]
- Thanks.
This one's on me, yeah? - Okay.
For the prettiest girls in the club, it's my treat tonight.
Thank you.
You didn't have to, but thanks.
There are no obligations.
Of course.
I mean, of course, there are no obligations.
- [laughs.]
- Never mind.
Well, anyway, if you change your mind, I'll be over there.
Don't count on it, but Did you see that guy with me? - I mean, his hands.
The man was - I noticed.
Come on.
Like some cat.
- [Luca.]
How many records do you have? - [Summer.]
Shh! [softly.]
Uh, tons.
But I have even more at my dad's house.
In my house, we never listened to anything.
Only the news.
Just that.
But this man lived next to us, a funky guy.
He had very long hair and this really big mustache.
- He looked like Frank Zappa.
- [both chuckle.]
He worked down by the docks and wrote the most beautiful songs.
And it was him.
He gave me my He gave me my first guitar.
I, um, wore out my fingers from playing it.
What's his name? His name was Rocco.
And I'm sorry.
[clicks tongue.]
He never played a live show.
He said that it wasn't the point, that it wasn't important.
[inhales deeply.]
I think that he was just really afraid.
Of what? I don't know.
Of Of the public or the stage.
Of his own self.
[phone dings.]
You wanna get dinner? ALE: AREN'T YOU HUNGRY? ["Sanguisuga" by Bartolini playing.]
I've got plans.
All right.
Some other time then.
Next lesson.
Hey, you said that they aren't lessons.
You up for it? I'll think about it.
That works.
[in Italian.]
Although it seems easy ♪ It's almost impossible to be with me ♪ This city is killing me ♪ I've been driving around in this car For a year ♪ I stopped calling at your place ♪ - Uh - [chuckles.]
You go.
- I want to - No, actually, let me.
There was a leech Right inside my head ♪ I've come to realize that I've been on your case since you got back and I want to apologize.
I'm sorry.
I don't ever want to make you think I don't trust you.
Because I do trust you.
- That's what I wanted to discuss - You don't have to tell me anything.
If you don't want to, you don't have to say anything.
I'm fine if you don't.
I trust you.
We're out of our minds ♪ There was a leech right inside my head ♪ Listen, I've never ♪ [Ale.]
I hope Theo has eaten already, 'cause I'm not sharing my piadina with anyone, all right? You're lucky.
Because if he hadn't eaten, he'd have let you know for sure.
Wanna say hi? - [Ale.]
Really? - [Summer.]
Oh man.
[Theo cooing.]
How adorable.
You two are twins.
- You think? - Absolutely.
Well, your eyes are the exact same.
But Did something happen? No.
I just wanted to come and see you.
So I picked up, uh, the same thing we used to order.
- If that's okay? - Hmm.
They don't make these in Spain.
So I missed the piadinas.
I missed a lot of other things too.
And I missed you, Ale.
[music stops.]
Just kidding.
So stupid.
But it's great to have you here again.
How's it been going with the training? I mean, it could be better.
I mean, I guess I'm still finding my way.
- [Summer.]
- Hmm.
And you and Lola? I can't make out whether she sees me as her coach or maybe just an ex that, basically, she hates because of how badly it ended.
- [Summer.]
- Yeah.
Or also, both of them.
No, but it's clear that you care about her.
I never thought one day we'd talk like this again, me and you.
Yeah, me neither.
[Theo crying.]
Yeah, now he's hungry.
- Oh, is he? - Mm-hmm.
- [crying continues.]
- Oh yeah.
- [Rita.]
Anyway, you didn't answer me.
- What? - Is there someone you're into? - [Isa.]
It's not like I mean, after breaking up and getting back together with Anthony, I mean, I suppose I'm like accustomed to acting like we're a couple when we aren't really a couple.
- That make any sense? - Yeah.
So I don't know if I want to be with someone, and even if I did, I don't remember even where to begin with something like that.
You could start with Stefano.
- Stefano, your ex? - Stefano, my friend.
Yeah right! He's single, he's cute.
You said it yourself.
But anyone can see that you're the one he wants.
- [Rita.]
What? - You see it.
You know it too.
And if you're feeling flattered, that's okay.
It ain't bad.
Because believe me, we all like it.
Feeling liked.
- He won't stop looking.
- Oh, let's wave.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- [Rita chuckles.]
- To Thursdays? To Thursday parties.
[in Italian.]
 I could call it a swerve But it's just off the menu ♪ It's a crazy horse ♪ Like this youth ♪ I bet one million euro on Varenne That we'll be dying soon ♪ But it's all just the same We need more ♪ Oh, give me more ♪ I need more, ooh ♪ Are you thirsty? - What's that? - Are you thirsty? Yeah.
Come on up.
["Latte+" by Achille Lauro continues.]
La, la, la, la-la-la ♪ Always more ♪ I didn't know you were so good.
- Do you like it? - Yes.
I'm having the best time.
We are Prince We are Britney, shaved like punks ♪ Mmm.
You're really good too.
I think we could use your help again.
Whenever you want.
I'll be over there if you need.
At the bar.
Mi-mi-mi milk plus ♪ Always more ♪ La, la, la, la-la-la ♪ Always more ♪ La, la, la, la-la-la ♪ Always more ♪ Mi-mi-mi milk plus [whispering.]
He's a born champion, Theo Bennati.
Making a turn right and left.
[mimicking motorbike revving.]
Oh, and he's the best in his category.
He's preparing to pull away again before making his way down the straightway.
[mimicking motorbike revving.]
By the way, good for you for playing again.
What's that? I said it's good that you're playing again.
Well, just every now and then.
Well, still.
It's good.
But we're back in position because our hero is about to win this race.
[sentimental music playing.]
[Theo cooing.]
[music continues.]
Do you like Ale? [Theo giggles.]
I like him too, you know? [music continues.]
[music continues.]
[music fades.]

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