Maurizio is a young student from the province of Pescara, going to school (university) in Rome. He tells us a little bit about himself, and his life in Rome. This is an excellent opportunity to compare how Italian treats tenses with respect to English, especially the English present perfect, and present continuous.
Luca and Lara get saved by none other than Massimo, with the help of Nicasto and his boat. Later however, at headquarters, they find out that Nicasto is not what he seems! There's more investigating to do.
The great chef, Gualtiero Marchesi, invites us to keep on dreaming, and to believe in our dreams. He takes us into his own dream, which has to do with cuisine as art. Consequently, the way in which food is presented takes on special importance.
Luca and Lara manage to get a boat from Massimo to chase down the fishing boat they want a paint sample from. But of course things are never so simple. Luca loves the danger, and feels like Steve McQueen, but Lara is scared out of her wits, and sparks fly between them.
Lara and Luca go to the boat to verify Ms. Brumelt's change of alibi, and they come across Massimo who works there. You can easily imagine Manara's expression... but he then gets a call about some rotten fish in a van, and a surprise.
After the huge success of the television series, “I Cesaroni,” Alessandra Mastronardi is the star of “Don’t Stop Dreaming,” where she plays the part of an aspiring dancer. In an interview for starlit.tv! she talks about the very different personalities of the two characters, as well as her own.
Serena finishes showing us the music store by guiding us through the guitar section, as well as the section dedicated to the instruments of the orchestra. She closes by a quick visit to the sheet music department.
The journey into the past continues, and this time Paolo, the proprietor even tells an anecdote concerning American history. If you're wondering what American History has to do with ancient Rome, tune in!