A chronicle of love, conflict and hope involving a family-run restaurant in Stockholm.
Karin Franz Körlof
Morten Vang Simonsen
Ninas is under desperate financial pressure, and claimants have started to turn to the bailiffs; Astrid grows weaker and calls Gustaf to her side because she wants to tell him something before she dies.
Christina is practically a prisoner with John and the rest of the left-wing group; Ninas is on the verge of bankruptcy; Mirko Kostelic contacts Peter with a plan to put aside their old conflict and buy Ninas together.
Calle calls the producer supplier and finds out he hasn't been paid; John and the left-wing group plan an attack on an international conference to be held in Stockholm in a few weeks.
In 1971, Uno is contacted by Ivar Strid, his old boss at IB, who tells him that they've managed to trace the left-wing group; Gustaf surprises Nina when he returns from Africa, where he and the family have been living as missionaries for some years.
Christina goes to see Uno and confronts him about spying on John and her and the others; John and the left-wing group know that the police are on their trail; money disappears from the daily takings at Ninas.
John and the left-wing group are short of money, and they decide to steal wallets from rich clients at Ninas; the newspapers catch wind that city commissioner Maggan has been to an illegal club.
Nina starts a row with Peter after he and Ester seduce one of her disc jockeys into working at Royal; Gustaf and Bellan persuade Nina to meet with Calle; after some persuasion, Maggan joins Lilly on a visit to an illegal gay nightclub.
In May 1968, Nina and her daughter, Christina, prepare for the opening of Ninas, the DK restaurant that's to be re-launched as a nightclub and disco.