In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie” … Patrick finds comfort in a new family. Vidal tries to help a surly patient. Sacha wants to convince Ahmet to publish their article despite the risks.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Plus Belle la vie broadcast Wednesday evening on France 3!
Patrick joins the sect of Olivier
At Olivier’s, Fleur surprises Patrick in the middle of a nightmare and comes to bed with him. When he wakes up in her arms, he admits to having slept well, but he prefers to be alone. Before leaving him, she encourages him to give her his cell phone so that he can really recharge his batteries.
While Babeth, Léa and Émilie never stop worrying about him, Patrick takes advantage of a foot treatment offered by Olivier and Fleur, to whom he reveals his lack of self-confidence. His coach cheers him up by making him repeat rewarding sentences.
Later, Patrick returns home to pack his things and leave the family home. Emilie is shocked by his aggressive behavior, especially towards Babeth. Terribly worried, she asks Kevin’s help to find out about Olivier. After carrying out research on him, Kévin announces to Léa and Émilie that their father has fallen into a sect …
Meanwhile, Ariane and Jean-Paul find the trace of Clément, alias Django …
Ahmet gives up his project with Sacha
Victoire and Seta congratulate Sacha on his very committed article on secularism. The latter waits for Ahmet to translate it so that they can publish it at the same time. However, the Turkish journalist confesses to Luna that he prefers to give it up because the substantive subjects no longer interest anyone. Before leaving for Turkey, Ahmet announces his decision to Sacha. Despite his disappointment, the latter is understanding.
Vidal comforts Mrs. Cabri
Frémont and Mme Cabri meet at the Mistral medical office, then go to lunch at the Marci where they criticize both the place and the food. When Mirta joins the conversation to complain in turn, Mrs. Cabri is uncomfortable and prefers to leave.
She consults Dr Vidal, confessing that she can no longer please men. To reassure her, the doctor kisses her, then advises her to call on the services of her partner.
For her part, Estelle does not dare tell Francesco that she does not like the lamps he has chosen for their living room at all.