In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie” … While Patrick’s silence dismays his family and colleagues, Nathan rejoices in Sabrina’s newfound confidence. As for Sacha, he wants to write an article on secularism.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Plus Belle la vie broadcast Tuesday evening on France 3!
Patrick cuts ties with his relatives
After sleeping in the living room, Babeth joins her husband in their bedroom and finds that he is in the throes of a nightmare. When she wakes him up, he accuses her of having awakened his demons. The couple argue fiercely in front of the rest of the family until Patrick leaves. He goes to the police station, where he refuses to sign his leave request. For their part, Ariane and Jean-Paul take over the Bucher affair and question Lara about Django. Patrick, meanwhile, joins Olivier for a workout, then agrees to stay for dinner and sleep at his place …
Sacha plans to write an article on secularism
Ahmet, a Turkish journalist and friend of Sacha, moves to Marseille with the aim of becoming an editor for a tourist guide. At the Mistral bar, Ahmet and Sacha talk about the difficulty of their profession. Joined by Seta and Luna, they also discuss clichés on France and Turkey, then the concept of secularism. Their conversation makes Sacha want to write a column about it with four hands, which they would publish at the same time on Massilia News and on an independent Turkish site.
Nathan and Sabrina get involved in the Forgotten
At the Forgotten Association, Josie and Bahya cover Nathan and Sabrina who stayed one more night thanks to Sandrine’s generosity, while she is short of places. About to leave, Nathan and Sabrina think of a way to thank her for her welcome and decide to stay and give her a hand. On learning that Josie and Bahya dream of a good shower, Nathan takes them to the roommate. Moved, Sabrina thanks him for everything he does for them.