This episode was crazy. It was all about some ghost who can haunt your house unless all family members confess the truth they are hiding. Pseudo-scary drama happens left, right and center. Malahat almost spills the beans about Kerim and Ayse. But then we learn that it isn’t a ghost, just power cut because they havent paid the electricity bill. Meh!
Back home, Ayse has a surprise for Kerim, and Kerim has his hopes up, only to learn that Ayse has bought a new couch. Seriously, we need more creativity than that.
I have one question. I understand that Kerim and Ayse lied about being in love before they got married, but they are legally married. What’s the fuss about? Shy is this story being stretched beyond limits? Why do I continue to watch this drama?
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Until next episode, stay safe.