It takes two hands to clap, said our ancestors. So is that really true? Let’s say on one side we have a young, very confident girl who doesn’t care about the people around her. On the other, we have a young cop who is sent to her high school on an undercover mission, a man who is very sensitive to his surroundings but lacks self confidence. How will this involuntary business cooperation go between these two youngsters who in normal circumstances can never get along? Do you think these two hands can still make a sound?
Yiğit, who is a young inspector yearning for success, is one day assigned to an unusual case. In order to become friends with Fırat, the son of famous businessman Çetin Soyer and infiltrate his crime syndicate, he has to enroll in Karebil High School as a regular student. This impossible mission will result in Yiğit reliving his high school nightmares where everyone made fun of him; the worst years of his life…
Yiğit has to succeed in his mission if he wants to stay a cop. He reluctantly agrees to the mission but furthermore, he bumps into Işıl at school, a girl who desperately wants to become a cop. And when he finds out that Işıl is in fact the daughter of Superintendent Necdet, the person who sent him on this assignment in the first place, it is too late for him to turn back. Necdet doesn’t even know that Işıl goes to that school! Işıl had tricked Yiğit and her father both. This doubles Yiğit’s problems. On one hand, he has to get used to the ways of high school and on the other, has to become friends with Fırat, the popular bully in school, in record time. Furthermore, he now has to protect Işıl without her father knowing.
His Superintendent is not the only person Yiğit has to keep secrets from. He must hide his assignment from his ex-cop father Kenan, who hates Necdet deeply. So now, Yiğit has to keep up his undercover act both on duty and at home.
In the meantime, Fırat notices Işıl. In fact, he falls madly in love with her. Will Işıl, who is a total pain in the neck according to Yiğit, become a nightmare that will make his mission impossible, or an angel that will save him when he’s in a jam? Will our heroes keep on clashing with each other or find common ground to turn their conflicts into an advantage, or perhaps even a relationship?