Pasquale Fortebracci tries to convince his wife Ersilia to go to Father Rocco's birthday. But just as Ersilia is dancing with Rocco, he dies of heart attack. Ersilia convinces Pasquale to sell the land of his late father and leave for Turin. The Fortebracci shop is ready for inauguration when thieves traverse the merchandise that Pasquale had not yet secured, so Pasquale settled after burning the bills. Distressed, Tonio decides to avenge her father's death.
Tonio, to make some money, can only step up the steps of the criminal career, robbing together with Micky and Ricky. The three decide to deliver some of their refusal to Don Rosario, who becomes Tonio his right arm instead of Pippo o' calabrese. Pippo o' calabrese, eager for revenge, shoots at Tonio during the inauguration of the supermarket.
Tonio is taken to the hospital where he is saved while Don Rosario's revenge knocks on the isolated Pippo or Calabrian. Meanwhile, In is raped by the alcoholic stepfather and, after the violence, hurt him: he is arrested and the process is betrayed by his mother. In prison gets discovered she is pregnant. Don Rosario involves Tonio in his activities by entrusting him with the management of a night club. Saints marry Melina and graduates while Ersilia escapes from the clinic and dies by accident.
Don Rosario leads Tonio in Sicily, in the presence of the powerful don Calogero, and the old boss is conquered by the young man's mentality. Nella finds herself alone and returns to Turin, starting to prostitute to survive. Right on the way meets Tonio who offers her to help her in her business loopholes; she proposes to become a tenure of a luxurious villa where she will recruit prostitutes for entertaining politicians and businessmen.
Tonio gets the contract for the construction of a hospital after she has blackmailed senator Galimberti. Don Rosario does all the fury, while Don Calogero remains pleased, but tells Tonio not to take any other steps without warning. The Saints' inquiries involve Saverio Sala, who is arrested for accepting the Mafia's money for Stand Up His Industry.
Tonio decides to punish Olga for the offense but finds that he is pregnant with him. Rosario instead finds Micky's corpse in the car and, terrified, calls Don Calogero, threatening to cooperate with justice if they do not kill Tonio. Olga learns from Tonio Fortebracci's death from a newspaper, as he returns to do his job and admires a panorama from a terrace, stroking his belly: it's clear he has not aborted.