In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie” … Patrick reveals his painful secret to his colleagues, while Sacha’s aggression crystallizes tensions in the Mistral. Francesco and Estelle continue their war as the housewarming approaches.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Plus Belle la vie broadcast Tuesday evening on France 3!
Patrick tells his colleagues about his rape
Patrick goes to Cissé’s office to file a rape complaint against Thibault Clément, alias Django. Confident in himself, he also wants to warn his colleagues in person. After telling them what he went through, Patrick expresses the wish to continue working with them as before.
Ariane and Eric can’t believe it. They want revenge and plan to beat up Django during his transfer to Baumettes. As they prepare to carry out their plan, Patrick intervenes, declaring that falling into a circle of violence will not change anything he has lived …
For her part, Léa looks at the best ways to heal Patrick from his trauma and finds a support group, Les Résilientes, which brings together other rape victims. Later, she also comforts her sister, who is barely recovering from everything she’s been through. Thanks to her pregnancy, Léa assumes that a new cycle of joy will now begin for her family.
Francesco and Estelle are irreconcilable
While passing to see Estelle and Francesco the day before their housewarming, Mila and Mouss are immediately confronted with the bad understanding which reigns in their couple. Very worried, they find a solution thanks to Luna, who suggests that each guest of the housewarming bring them a piece of furniture.
For their part, Estelle and Francesco refuse to cancel their housewarming, even if it means inviting more people than expected, including Frémont and Mme Cabri. Although they realize that they really have nothing to welcome their guests with dignity, they are still unable to agree on the decor of their apartment.
Sacha’s aggression haunts the Mistraliens
The accumulation of tributes on the commemorative altar of the Square prevents access to the kitchens of the Mistral bar. When Sophie helps Alison get in, she doesn’t hide her fear of suffering another terrorist attack. While her boss imagines the worst scenarios, Alison also begins to be overcome by worry.
For her part, Victoire confides her sadness and her deep feeling of despair to Luna. She encourages her to hang on with all her strength and promises to support her, as well as Sacha, in this ordeal.
Meanwhile, a student assaults Nisma, accusing her of having fed the haters on social networks about Sacha’s platform, and therefore of being more or less responsible for her assault. Yet Nisma is just as shocked as the other Mistralians. Accompanied by Bilal and Lola, she stops in front of the altar to offer a healing prayer. She is interrupted by Sophie, who sends them home.