Terzi (2023) s03e05 Episode Script

Season 3, Episode 5

[melancholic music playing]
[music fades out]
[ominous music playing]
Here again? What's going on?
Why'd you come back?
Didn't you have urgent business
at the office?
And weren't you going to the shop?
[Peyami] Yes, I was.
Alex's guys wanted to meet,
but they said they wanted a cruise
on the Bosphorus,
so I figured I'd pick them up
with the boat, after I took a shower.
Why are you here?
[ominous music continues]
Esvet had to come here.
She did.
She forgot her phone here, so she got it
and left. That was a little while ago.
Oh, darn.
She left, huh? I guess I missed her.
So why are you here?
Well, it's it's funny, 'cause I
I think I left my watch.
In the cabin, I think.
Dimitri, hang on.
[ominous music continues]
Esvet's in there, isn't she?
- We need to talk.
- Peyami.
Is Esvet here or not?
[cell phone ringing]
Answer it.
There's the answer to your question now.
Pick it up.
[Esvet] Sweetheart?
[music becomes quiet and tense]
Dimitri, can you hear me?
Go ahead.
Listen, after I got the phone, I
I, um, well, I didn't go straight home
after I picked it up,
I thought I'd surprise you.
I'm actually close to your office.
Do you wanna have
some husband and wife time today?
I'm gonna be here a while.
Just go, we'll talk later.
[Peyami] All right, Dimitri?
Are you convinced I was being forthright?
- I'm not.
- [intense, dramatic music playing]
Dimitri, wait! Dimitri!
She's not here.
Dimitri! Dimitri, that's enough!
Dimitri, I said wait!
[music becomes faint and tense]
And I've done it again, huh?
[music fades out]
I've done it again.
Fuck, dude.
[exhales deeply]
Goddamn it.
[sorrowful music playing]
Damn it to hell!
I'm losing it, Peyami.
And it never stops.
It never stops, it never does,
not even for a minute, Peyami!
It just won't.
I mean, I'm thinking,
like, constantly about it.
I'm going crazy, Peyami.
And it's because of my father.
My very own father, Peyami, what a
What a bastard for doing this,
he's my father!
I was
I was past this, Peyami.
I'm very sorry.
[chuckles faintly]
I, um I'm sorry.
[chuckles faintly]
[taxi engine starts]
[sorrowful music continues]
[taxi door closes]
[taxi drives away]
[breathing deeply]
[music fades out]
- Do you like my drawing?
- I think it's lovely.
I drew this for you.
This is your house.
Grandpa told me that Grandma
wasn't gonna live here anymore.
But I didn't believe him.
And look, wasn't I right?
Go draw another house
for you and your mother.
Uh, Grandpa and I need to talk
for a bit, Ömer. Okay, honey?
Go on. Go sit at the table in there,
and we'll be over in just a moment.
[quiet, moody music playing]
So you won't even speak to me?
Don't you feel like
it's a little late for that?
- Don't do that, you know the deal wi
- No I don't, Kiraz.
I thought I did, but it turns out I don't.
And I had no idea
what you'd do when you found them.
I lived my whole life never knowing.
I'm truly sorry, Osman.
Sorry to who, Kiraz?
To me?
Or is it Ömer?
Or is it my daughter? Huh? Which of us?
- I know you're right, but
- Did you tell, Peyami? Does he know?
As usual, you ran away
from the truth, didn't you, Kiraz?
Just like you always do.
[Osman breathes deeply]
[music fades out]
[man] That's what happened, sir.
I see. Well, keep doing
what I've asked you to do.
And make sure
you're extremely discrete about it.
Copy that, sir.
[woman] Sir, Dimitri's here,
he's in his office.
[slow, ominous music playing]
[door opens]
[music becomes faint and tense]
Wow, Father Dearest!
And I was just wondering
what's been missing today.
And it's you, I hadn't seen you yet.
Let's hug it out.
Nah, it's cool, I'm over it.
All right, shoot,
Dimitri Arslanoğlu, at your service.
Here are the papers
that I need you to sign.
[music fades out]
Have we gone bankrupt?
Assistants, attorneys where are they?
Huh? [chuckling]
[mock gasp]
What, that's it?
No humiliation or snarky remarks? Huh?
No little veiled comment, nothing?
Pop, you're not
You're not dying, are you?
Look, if you are dying,
please don't tell me.
Then, moving to the States won't happen,
so I'll throw a party like none other.
And we don't need that! [chuckling]
I think it's best you sign them.
Because then, your move to the States
will actually mean something.
Great. [sighs]
Apparently you're not dying.
Dang, I got my hopes up all for nothing.
[Ari clears throat]
Last night, Peyami, Esvet
and you went out to party,
according to your mother.
- Uh, yeah, we did party.
- [quite, ominous music playing]
Till the morning light.
And it was a blast.
I thought about inviting you out,
but then I figured alcohol
and your pills aren't a good mix.
That's very well-thought-out.
So you stayed
on Peyami's boat last night, right?
Yeah, that's right, we did.
Look, it's bit early
for the grilling, Father, I, uh
I'm not in the mood
to discuss that subject.
[ticking sound]
So what happened this morning?
Why'd you get here late?
Peyami cooked breakfast,
he made us pastries.
Fed them to me.
If you'd like to try some,
I'll see if he can come over
to feed you some, huh?
As long as he fed you,
it's all right, son.
[ominous music becomes more intense]
[door closes]
[music fades out]
[distant birds chirping]
- Kiraz! Where did you go? You were gone.
- I'm right here.
- Tell me where you were, I was scared.
- I'm right here. Don't worry.
I didn't leave you.
Mustafa, I'm here. I was just taking care
of a little business.
- Little?
- Very little.
Will you bring me next time, Kiraz?
Can you just take me anywhere you go?
- Sure, Mustafa, yes I will.
- Okay.
I'll go change
and I'll be right with you, okay?
All right.
Don't ever lie to Mustafa again,
okay, Kiraz?
Don't ever lie again.
[slow, dramatic guitar music playing]
[music fades out]
Welcome, Miss Esvet.
Mr. Dimitri told me yesterday
I should start packing your bags.
You can do all of it later,
I need to rest.
- Shall I clean up here?
- Just leave it.
Yes, ma'am.
[cell phone ringing]
- [answers phone]
- [breathing deeply]
- What's up?
- How are you, babe, you're at the house?
Yes, I'm here.
I was gonna shower in a second.
That's good, you do that, and rest,
and get ready
for a romantic night with your man.
We'll go out for a nice dinner,
just you and me,
and after we'll do whatever we want, huh?
- Wait, this evening?
- That's right, this evening.
Your idea
for having couple's time was great.
We missed lunch,
but we can do dinner, right?
I'll see you tonight.
[quiet, dramatic music playing]
[Esvet] Let's go, Peyami.
Right now, immediately, it doesn't matter
where, but let's get out of here.
I can't do it, Esvet.
After seeing him like that, I can't leave
without coming clean about all this.
- No, we can't run.
- You're right.
I hear you, but I'm really scared, Peyami.
I'm terrified.
And I know that you're devastated
after seeing him like that.
But you also know what he's like
when his anger's out of control.
You can't forget about that.
[quiet, dramatic music continues]
[Peyami] I know.
But even so, I have to talk to him.
There's no escaping it.
[cell phone ringing]
Look, it's cool, I'm all right.
Don't worry, and don't try to talk
about it, I don't wanna dwell on it.
And don't embarrass me
with your soapbox sympathy.
That's not why I called you, man.
Let's, um, let's have dinner
tonight, alone. We really need to talk.
Well, is this about the thing that
that you wanted to talk about yesterday?
Yes it is.
Uh, Peyami, I'm sorry, but we'll have
to have that chat another day.
- I have plans with my wife tonight.
- [sighs]
No, Dimitri, this can't wait any longer.
We have to talk tonight.
[quiet, dramatic music stops]
[quiet classical music playing]
- [Dimitri] Mmm.
- How are you?
I already ordered drinks for us.
I know what you like, I think
a little even better than even you do.
Single malt. And neat, of course.
- [chuckles]
- Thank you.
Yeah, you even have
a boring drink order. [chuckles]
I really can't comprehend how we've stayed
friends for all these years, ya know?
I mean, you're insufferable, man.
All right.
So [exhales deeply]
let's hear what's so urgent
that it just couldn't wait.
Go right ahead.
[slow, moody music playing]
It's about us.
You and me?
Wait a minute, are you gonna confess
that you're totally in love with me?
I already told you, Dimitri,
you're really not my type, dude.
Eat a dick.
Too bad. I just thought
I'd give it one final attempt.
All right, well,
what is it then?
[exhales deeply]
[faintly] Ah.
For me, this is really
a hard topic for sure.
Wait a sec.
[sniffs and clears throat]
Now it's getting interesting.
So tell me, what is this
this hard topic, Mr. Dokumacı?
- Right, well
- Ahh! Look who made it.
[slow, moody music continues]
Darling. Hey, somebody's shocked.
[chuckles] Look at her face.
- Um, you said it would just be us.
- [background classical music resumes]
Ah, you're right, that is what I said.
It's just Peyami insisted that we talk,
and I couldn't decide who to bail on.
I didn't want to ditch either of you.
So it'll be the three of us.
Hey, look, Peyami was just gonna start.
Come on, sit across from us.
You don't mind
Esvet being here, do you? Huh?
Think of what the three
of us have gone through.
You know, I don't feel
like we have any secrets now.
At least I don't think we do.
But if we do,
well [chuckles]we definitely shouldn't.
You can take my drink, go on, finish it.
Uh, pardon me.
Yeah, can we get
another place setting over here, please?
[Dimitri clears his throat]
Anyway, I think it's cool
if we talk while she's here.
You know, you can't separate
the two of us, dude.
But if it bothers you
that she's here for this
No, you're right, it's fine.
Um, well, maybe there is something
private that he'd like to talk about.
I can leave.
Peyami couldn't possibly
have kept any secrets from you.
- And, I mean, he said it's all right. Huh?
- [slow, moody music playing]
[waiter] Enjoy.
All right, buddy. Let's hear it.
[chuckling] 'Cause both of us are
very curious
to hear what you have to say, huh?
[music becomes more dramatic]
Oh, come on, man.
Seriously, what is so difficult
for you to say, huh?
I'll get you another glass
of this gross drink.
Just drink a little and chill, huh?
Actually, I'll pour heavy.
So you can really relax.
There you go, man.
[inhales deeply]
I don't think you running
the store in New York
is really the right move for us right now.
[dramatic music stops,
background classical music resumes]
And why not?
[breathing deeply]
You should really be here.
With me.
We'll need to manage
the new shoe and bag line together.
I am, as you know,
I am not really very close to your father.
- [exhales deeply]
- [quiet, moody music playing]
[Dimitri] Yeah. You're right.
[exhales deeply]
But you guys used
to get along great, right?
[exhales deeply]
Kind of makes you wonder
what made him flip like that, Peyami.
No one gets along with my father.
You're no exception.
He's a real son of a bitch. [snickers]
Was that all you wanted
to talk about tonight?
Yes. What else would it be?
You tell me.
That's it.
[Dimitri] Ah.
Do you want to stay here
in Istanbul, darling?
Well, I'm not sure.
- It's your call.
- [Dimitri] What do you mean, it's my call?
We're a unit, you know?
We gotta decide this stuff together.
Go ahead. Tell me.
I'll pour you a drink
so you can relax, too.
We have two options.
Either we stay here
in Istanbul with Peyami,
or, as we had already planned,
we can go to the States.
All right?
Clock's ticking, speak up.
Wow, you're almost out of time,
Esvet! Come on.
If you are not sure,
you can phone a friend, huh?
Listen, anything you want
is what I want, too, Dimitri.
Look at her.
My dear wife
does whatever her husband wants.
Because the woman is a wonderful angel
and madly in love, isn't she?
[moody music continues]
And I'm in love with her.
At any rate, Peyami,
I'm sorry to tell you this,
but I am afraid
we're getting the fuck out of here.
America, here we come.
[mimics airplane flying]
Oh, there's this thing called "FaceTime."
You really should learn
these new technologies we use these days.
[chuckles faintly]
All right [exhales deeply]
thankfully, that mess is over with,
so what do we do now?
Well, as usual, we drink!
[moody music fades out]
[background classical music resumes]
Cheers, guys.
[ominous music playing]
[music fades out]
[quiet, tense music playing]
I'm gonna take a shower.
You can do that later, huh?
- Dimitri.
- What?
I I think we're both tired.
Why don't we go to bed?
Uh-uh. [inhales deeply]
I'm not tired.
Yeah, but I'm exhausted.
[clock ticking]
[music fades out]
You're still up.
Yeah, I couldn't sleep.
- And what are you doing?
- Nothing. Just sitting here, really.
[quiet, tense music playing]
[Peyami] Once there was
a French duchess
who was desperately
in love with a German colonel.
[sorrowful music playing]
Forbidden because her family had
already betrothed her to someone else.
[Dimitri] Mmm.
[Peyami] That's when the duchess
became lovesick.
[moaning faintly]
[Dimitri] Mmmm.
[moans faintly]
[breathing deeply]
[Peyami] And then,
a clockmaker who liked her
went to visit with this and explained,
"Duchess, for as long as your love
is alive, this clock will run."
[sorrowful music continues]
He said to her,
"As long as this clock works,
no one can come between
you and the colonel."
Then the duchess wound the clock.
And in the end, she married the colonel.
[Kiraz] But what happened to the other man
she was supposed to marry?
[Dimitri] I don't know.
I guess he stepped down
after he saw that their love was true.
[sorrowful music continues]
I can't keep this up.
We have to talk to him.
[Peyami] And the clock kept working
because their love persisted.
I can't get on that plane tomorrow.
We're past all that.
I can't do it.
[music stops]
[seagull calling]
I can't take one more night, Peyami.
I just can't.
[breathing deeply]
[ominous music playing]
[no audible dialogue]
[clock ticking]
[seagulls calling]
[ominous music continues]
[Esvet] What are you gonna do?
Are you going to talk to him today?
[electronic bleeps and long beep]
[lock clicks]
[ominous music continues]
[music becomes more ominous]
[music becomes very ominous]
[music becomes quietly ominous]
[music intensifies]
[music stops]
[sorrowful music playing]
[music fades out]
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