In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie” … Ariane tries to prove Cissé’s guilt. Léa experiences the vagaries of pregnancy and Sacha tames her handicap.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Plus Belle la vie broadcast Monday evening on France 3!
Alice is back at the Mistral
Ariane tells Eric what happened to him the day before, while Cissé makes no mention of it when he arrives at the police station. Ariane promises her colleague not to stop there. She breaks into her supervisor’s home. While searching in her room, she comes across a letter hidden under her pillow. This is dated May 20, 2021 and hand-signed by Sabine, who expresses the need to see the Commissioner again. After taking her picture, Ariane goes to the prosecutor. The latter is on a date with Cissé, who has already revealed his link with Sabine. Ariane, for her part, bluntly accuses the Superintendent of having killed him …
Meanwhile, Alice moves to the Celeste in order to protect Camille following the Sabine Lambert affair. She informs him in person of her presence in the neighborhood, before being chased away by Emma. The latter forbids her mother to approach Camille. However, Alice is determined to get her back …
Léa and Jean-Paul sleep together
While Léa maintains to her sister that her relationship with Jean-Paul is strictly friendly and co-parental, she receives a bouquet of flowers from the latter. Ready to put the dots on the “i’s” with him, she ends up jumping on him. After love, Léa declines her offer to stay for lunch, claiming to have work in the hospital. There, she confides her questions to Gabriel about her sexual orientation, but he blames her behavior on pregnancy hormones.
Sacha has a revelation
Victoire informs Sacha that Lola and Noah have spread a banner of support for him and Ahmet on the Place du Mistral. She encourages him to go by getting used to moving around with his blind man’s cane. Sacha makes an inconclusive test and prefers to go without a cane. On the square, he was warmly welcomed and applauded by a group of Mistraliens with whom he organized a debate on freedom of expression. Blanche then suggests that some attend the trial of Sacha’s aggressor to hear his point of view as well. Upon returning home, Sacha confides in Luna his instinctive need to meet his attacker.