Moritz (11) convinced his mother to a special holiday on Cyprus, to meet there his unsuspecting father Aiven Bastekis, once her one-night-stand. Aiven, who runs the family textile trade firm, is startled and seems unwilling to complicate life further in his family, having a Greek father and Turkish mother. However his brother Elyas, who left the firm for his dream, opening a restaurant, passes Tina off as his fiancee at a family weekend, hoping to hush-blackmail Dario into helping him with capital. Both brothers and their parents are delighted with Moritz, the sort of son Aiven's partner and PA Stella can't give him and the family, despite defensive Tina's flight reflexes in spite of her actually budding romance with Elya. After the truth gets out in Greek drama, grandfather Dario comes up with an equally theatrical solution.