Re-watching the scene where the house is being seized, I have a sudden worry–who’s going to take care of the horses?
Nare comes back to Sancar’s place to tell him that her dad’s plotting something, but she has a plan. She’ll wait at the hotel and then search his room when he leaves. Meanwhile, Sancar will negotiate the contract with Katsumi.
Nare wakes Gediz up early on Saturday morning to tell him she talked to Sancar, who is not at all disposed to make peace, and to Katsumi, who will sign the contract if they make peace. Come on, all they’ve gotta do is show up and do the Zeybek together.
Nare tells her diary about her first day of work and the guys being stubborn. She gets back to the office and everyone’s talking about her. When she tries to meet them properly they all get snotty and walk away from Denise’s desk, leaving only Denise and Dudu.
Gediz clarifies–he’s in love with Nare. And he believes her.
I know the official story is that Nare’s dad didn’t believe her, but that’s not what I saw. I think he and Akin had an arrangement. When Akin said her dad wasn’t going to challenge him because he had already spent most of Akin’s inheritance, that sounded a lot more like truth.
Sancar works. Menekşe shops. Elvan is sad. Nare can’t get hired for a job. She can’t even apply for one because Sancar called everyone. Or maybe he hit “Reply all.”
Nare’s stressing about sending Melek down to grandma. She’s drying her hair and cutting her nails and putting cute clips in her hair.
Sancar makes himself difficult for me to like. He goes into macho dad mode when Melek sees her buddy Marco and wants a few minutes to hang out with him alone. After all, didn’t he and Nare used to hang out alone?
Just to be clear, Sancar didn’t engage in human trafficking himself. He just knows some guys. And they’ll help him get Melek out of the country.