Samet is helping Volkan get the medicines so he (Volkan, pronouns are always for the most recent noun) could stay away from girls. Hulya doesn’t trust him, and only time will tell what she does.
That’s not the only comedic subplot. Kerim is famished, and nobody let’s him eat for various reasons. Poor Kerim has to starve through the night.
Again, that is not the only trouble he faces. Their charity campaign doesn’t help to revive their brand. Kerim suspects that Cedah must be behind the negative trolls and comments. Dude is smart; he has understood Cedah well.
The charity work continues, even media covers them. Will things get better now? We will know in next episode.
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