In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie” … Patrick has difficulty opening up to his family, while the Mistraliens are recovering from Sacha’s assault. Sabrina and Nathan prepare for a new life.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Plus Belle la vie broadcast Monday evening on France 3!
Patrick confides in his relatives
Ariane and Eric arrest Olivier in front of all his faithful, who are ready to defend him when they are summoned to the police station. Émilie is then confronted with her attacker and tells how the latter went about trying to rape her. His blood tests revealing the presence of GHB confirm his version of the facts, despite Olivier’s denials. On the other side of the glass, Patrick is boiling inwardly, while Ariadne expresses her admiration for Emilie’s strength.
Patrick later thanks his daughter for saving his life. Faced with his questions about the trigger that pushed him to join a sect, Patrick organizes a family reunion. He then confides to Yolande, Émilie and Léa to have been raped by Django …
Sabrina and Nathan prepare for a new life
As Sabrina is accepted as the new leader of the Forgotten, Nathan follows her advice and returns to high school with the goal of reclaiming her job as an English teacher. Rochat congratulates him for what he has done for Sabrina and admits to never having transmitted his resignation to the rectorate. Meanwhile, Mila reconciles with Sabrina, while Josie and Bahya leave the roommate to return to the Forgotten. Full of ambition and deeply in love with each other, Sabrina and Nathan prepare for their new life.
Sacha’s aggression shocks the Mistraliens
Despite the care of Victoire and Seta, Sacha is in low spirits, anguished at the idea of becoming permanently blind. Victoire repeats to her that it is still too early to comment, but her husband is very pessimistic. Even Luna’s encouragement and her experience dealing with disability is not enough to give her hope.
During this time, his attacker is heard by the police before being sent to prison. It is about a young man with a chaotic course having committed an isolated act.
For their part, the Mistraliens are recovering from their shock. Blanche adds a candle to the altar dedicated to Sacha on the Place du Mistral, supported in her gesture by Noé and Alison. Sophie, on the other hand, is worried about possible retaliation.