Terzi (2023) s02e01 Episode Script

Season 2, Episode 1

[distant techno music playing]
[music plays loudly]
Pardon me! Over here!
Helloooo, look over here, please!
I need a drink, now!
Hello, monsieur! Help!
All right then, dude, fuck you!
- What are you doing? Stop!
- Hold me for a sec.
Are you gonna hold me?
They didn't give me much
of a choice, did they?
Single or a double?
Like I have to ask. [chuckles]
Here's to your health!
If you don't mind?
Well, come on, what is it?
There's something you're trying to forget.
Come on, we don't know each other.
It's always easier
to open up to a stranger.
[chuckling] If you keep acting like that,
you'll hurt your whole life.
You got your drink,
could you please leave me alone?
[crowd cheering]
Hey, thank you for the drink.
That will, uh help you forget.
Get this, you can't remember anything else
if you forget about yourself.
[music muted]
[music resumes playing loudly]
[both chuckle]
DJ ♪
DJ ♪
DJ ♪
DJ ♪
D-DJ ♪
DJ ♪
- Whoo!
- Whoo!
DJ D ♪
DJ ♪
DJ ♪
DJ ♪
DJ ♪
- DJ ♪
- [screaming]
DJ ♪
DJ ♪
[distant music continues]
Are you okay? Huh?
[Cemre moans faintly]
[tense music playing]
[Cemre moans]
What's wrong?
- My place.
- Yeah, okay.
No, by myself.
Ahh. [chuckles] Okay, that's fine.
[tense music continues]
[lively dance music playing]
- So, what are you doing tomorrow?
- Nothing.
One sec.
[Peyami] Excuse me.
- Write down your number.
- You want it written down?
- Don't you have a cell phone?
- No.
Ah, you're married, right?
Write your number down.
Call me!
- [Cemre chuckles]
- [Peyami groans]
- Wear something white.
- Huh?
Just wear white.
[lively music transitions
to melancholic music]
The Tailor
[music fades out]
[somber music playing]
[music fades out]
[exhales deeply]
- [grunts]
- [object clatters]
Peyami, sir, I'm sorry.
I tried again, but your father is refusing
to take even a single bite of food.
His health will deteriorate.
What should we do?
[melancholic music playing]
[whimpers faintly]
Mustafa, you must eat.
Come on. Have a bite.
[Mustafa] Mm.
[Peyami sighs]
Come on, this is bad.
You're gonna get sick.
- Come on, eat some.
- Mm-mm.
[Peyami sighs]
[blows out air]
Would you like me to sing?
How about Kiraz's song?
How did it go?
I entered the orchard ♪
For cherry picking ♪
I entered the orchard ♪
- Come on.
- Mm-mm.
- Come on, I said eat something.
- I don't want it.
- Stop that! Just eat some!
- [dramatic music playing]
- Mmmmm. Mmmm.
- Open your mouth!
I said open your mouth!
- Open, right now! Open your mouth and eat!
- [gasping]
Do it now! Do it!
Cut it out! That's enough!
Enough! I said enough!
- [music stops abruptly]
- [sobbing]
[sorrowful music playing]
[door slams]
- [Peyami shudders]
- [Mustafa continues sobbing]
[door slams]
[music fades out]
You think you could've parked
a little farther away?
Man, I almost didn't recognize you.
Well, it does make sense.
You're sober now,
but you were wasted last night.
Who told you I'm sober?
[Peyami] Hmm.
You staying here?
Yeah, for now it's where I'm staying.
Hotels are great.
You know, it's never quiet.
People are always coming
and going, in and out, in and out.
[Peyami chuckles faintly]
I thought I told you to wear white.
[Cemre] Mm.
Oh yeah, that's right.
So, about that,
It's just white is really not my thing.
It makes me feel dark.
What's weird about that?
People wear it When they die, and I really
don't like it. What, I don't look good?
No, it's nice.
Well, here's what we can do.
[upbeat, contemplative music playing]
Because I'd hate to disappoint you.
Here's some white.
Little bit of pizzazz, eh? Hmm?
Does this work? Are we good?
- Shall we?
- Let's.
And you don't want to know
where we're going?
Honestly, I don't fucking care.
[both chuckle]
[Cemre] You can take me anywhere you want.
[music stops]
[indistinct chatter]
[Cemre] No wayyyyy! [giggling]
You're kidding me, right?
Well, listen up,
I've got a little warning for you.
I'm the kind of girl
who should never get invited to a wedding.
[both chuckling]
- So, what's my story?
- What do you mean?
I mean, you brought me here, ya know?
You must be trying
to make some kind of point.
- How are you gonna introduce me?
- Welcome, madam.
- Thanks a lot.
- Of course.
I could, like, be your girlfriend,
or like some distant
cousin, or an employee.
You know, what do you want?
Just be yourself.
- Mmm? Are you positive?
- [car engine starts]
[contemplative piano music playing]
- Peyami, dear!
- Lia.
Welcome, sweetheart.
Thank you, dear.
Peyami. Welcome.
Thanks so much, Ari.
- [Irini] Welcome, Mr. Peyami.
- Good afternoon.
I feel like with all of this wedding fuss
we've been ignoring you.
You're not upset, are you, Peyami?
Don't even worry about it, come on.
But we're your family.
We weren't at your side
like we should have been.
First you had that accident,
and then Sülün passed away.
I mean, we could have told Dimitri
it wasn't the time
to rush a wedding.
Dimitri, you know how he is.
And Esvet came back so suddenly.
Anyway, at least he waited
to have the wedding after 40 days
of your grandmother's passing.
Lia, there's nothing
to feel sorry about at all.
It's the happiest day of your son's life.
Stop worrying about it.
- Please enjoy the day. All right?
- All right.
Hello. I'm Cemre. Congratulations.
I figured a little color
never hurt anyone.
Sorry, I should've introduced her.
We've got a problem.
Uh, what's wrong, Suzan?
The dress.
[suspenseful music playing]
- What happened?
- I'm not sure.
It must have gotten stuck on something.
Would you mind waiting here?
I'll be right back.
- Of course, go do your thing, it's okay.
- Mm-hm.
[waitress] Here you go, ma'am.
- Enjoy.
- [Cemre] Thanks.
- Who's that?
- She's a friend.
She's a friend? Since when?
Since last night, are you happy?
[suspenseful music continues]
[Suzi] Peyami.
Are you okay?
[haunting music playing]
[music fades out]
[glasses clinking]
[cork pops]
[suspenseful music playing]
Did you sleep with her?
I'd rather go to prison
than be your bride.
[chuckles faintly]
[Dimitri] See
[in Greek]sweetheart?
It's just like I've said.
There's no need to worry.
Peyami will swoop in to the rescue.
[suspenseful music continues playing]
[chuckling] Hey, where you been, my man?
You're here at the last minute
like a stranger!
You trying to be last with the imam, huh?
- [chuckling]
- Well, I'm here, aren't I?
Like you had a choice, man, come on!
I'm getting married, bro. Do you
realize that? I'm getting married!
What good is a best man
if I can't have a few shots with him
before the whole wedding fanfare begins?
Brother, it's the happiest day
of my life, seriously.
But look.
It's cursed.
Look at her wedding dress.
[melancholic music playing]
You know something, Peyami?
I'm telling you,
this wedding dress is cursed.
We were extra careful with it,
followed every single tradition
my mama and my grandma told us,
and her dress still got torn.
It's no big deal, I'll fix it.
- That's great.
- [Suzi] Of course.
Every wedding has a mishap
or two. Don't stress about it.
Oh, I won't allow it to bring me down.
You're right, Suzi,
every wedding has its mishaps.
But I'll tell you what,
if two people are really meant
to be together,
nothing can overshadow
that couple's happiness, huh?
- [chuckling]
- [suspenseful music playing]
Once Esvet and I are married,
And she's my wife, and all,
well, all of this will be forgotten.
All of the unpleasantness,
all of the ugliness
we've been through together,
everything will be forgotten
and we'll move on to brighter days ahead.
Isn't that right [in Greek] darling.
[music fades out]
Well, go ahead, Peyami Dokumacı.
Weave that magic. Not much time now.
- [Nini] Dimitri, sir?
- Hmm?
[Nini] Could you spare a minute, please?
[Dimitri] I have more than one.
- [slow, dramatic music playing]
- [chuckling]
The groom has to go.
Ah, déjà vu.
I'll be back.
Please turn around, Miss Esvet.
[melancholic music playing]
Suzan, may I ask you a favor?
- [Suzi] Sure.
- Could you grab me a glass of water?
Of course, yep.
How's your arm doing?
[music fades out]
Could you please turn around further?
Mustafa? How is he doing?
How'd it tear?
I did it.
[contemplative violin music playing]
Are you not going to ask me why?
Peyami? Is this really how it's gonna be?
You won't even talk?
[Dimitri] Look who I found!
I found a party crasher.
And you know what she said?
- Peyami brought a plus one.
- [music stops]
Peyami, with a woman!
And she's so gorgeous.
Oh, my love [blows kiss]
of course she's nothing
compared to you. But hey.
Of course, I didn't believe her,
so I had to bring her up here.
Hi, I'm Cemre.
Yes, Dimitri. Cemre is a friend.
She's your friend.
Okay, uh, what kind of friend, though?
Is it casual or special?
[chuckles faintly]
Oh, I get it, she's special. Since when?
[Dimitri and Cemre chuckle]
- Dimitri.
- This is so embarrassing, man.
You take your girlfriend
to your blood brother's wedding
and don't even introduce us.
If her outfit hadn't caught my eye
I wouldn't have even known about her.
Mm. [chuckles]
As I recall, we specifically
asked all the guests to wear white.
Yeah, right,
well about all of that [sniffs]
But unfortunately
I really can't wear white. [sighs]
Hm. Why is that?
[Cemre] It weighs me down. Thank you.
Ah. Really? How so?
I don't know, it's like a a death shroud.
[Dimitri] A death shroud? [laughing]
Wow, I really like this girl!
[chuckling] She is pretty deep.
Congrats, by the way.
[chuckling] Thank you.
Well, then, to the afterlife.
To life after death.
- [chuckling]
- [slow, dramatic music playing]
[Dimitri chuckles]
Uh, Peyami, you've got some balls
leaving this beautiful lady downstairs,
you know, my man?
Please forgive me, Cemre.
Uh, Peyami's a good man,
I love him to the moon,
but he knows nothing about women.
Maybe he hasn't met the one
to teach him about women the right way.
[Cemre and Dimitri laugh]
Man, I'm a fan
of this special friend! [chuckling]
You agree [in Greek] darling,
[in English] right?
[breathing deeply]
Here, Miss Esvet.
Do you need any help?
You can relax.
Cemre, look, this is typical Peyami.
So focused on his work.
He always does the right thing,
he's always doing his best.
In fact, he's even been known
to risk his life for it.
- [Cemre] Is that right?
- Yes. Ask me anything about Peyami.
You can't even imagine
the stories I have to tell.
Oh, for instance, um, I bet he
didn't tell you why his arm's like that.
[slow, dramatic music continues]
Fuck me. That was our little secret.
That's my bad, forget it.
Forget it, me and my big mouth.
Cemre, that didn't happen, all right?
What didn't?
She's smart and she's witty, huh?
How do you get along with this bore, huh?
- [Cemre chuckles faintly]
- [music fades out]
All right, Peyami.
When Peyami Dokumacı's
working, everyone else is
Let's all be quiet. [chuckles]
[melancholic cello music playing]
- [woman chattering]
- [photographer] Over here, please. Smile.
[camera shutter clicks]
- Suzan, could you look this way, please?
- That's right. Oh!
[indistinct chatter]
They're coming!
[woman] Oh, they're coming!
[dramatic violin music playing]
Hey, man!
[woman] Congratulations!
I understand why you're
like this now, it's pretty clear.
Let's find our spot.
Hey, I told you! [chuckling]
Oh, hey. Mwah. I love you. [chuckles]
Mwah! Oh!
- Congratulations.
- I appreciate it.
Thank you.
You don't have to witness this.
[camera shutter clicking]
Would the witnesses please come forward
so the ceremony can get started?
[music stops]
[ominous music playing]
[Peyami moans faintly]
[ominous music continues playing]
- [banging on wall]
- [moaning faintly]
[louder moaning]
[Dimitri sighs]
Suzi, hey, where is he, huh?
I'm not sure. One minute he was
in the back, and now he's gone.
[man] I guess the witness
has forgotten to come.
[forced laughter]
Listen, you've got the bride and the groom
here. Why do we need a witness?
We obviously can't start
without witnesses.
[ominous music continues]
- Hey! Put those down. Hold this, Niko.
- Huh?
- Thanks. Come with me.
- Me? Are you sure?
This witness is perfect. Go.
- Okay, get it started. Go on!
- [man sighs]
All right.
Ah, yes, dear guests, welcome
to the wedding of Miss Esvet Güngör
and Mr. Dimitri Aslanoğlu.
- [melancholic music playing]
- [medical equipment beeping]
You're the only one.
Please know that.
[door opens]
[door closes]
- [dramatic music playing]
- [both moaning]
And now I need you both to speak your vows
in the presence of these witnesses,
and all of your guests.
[moaning continues]
Yes I do.
[both moaning more loudly]
[applause and cheering]
[breathing fast]
[melancholic music playing]
[music fades out]
[sorrowful music playing]
[music fades out]
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