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Thursday March 12 in Tomorrow belongs to us …
NADINE DESTROYS AN IMPORTANT PIECE OF THE INVESTIGATION
Convinced that his secret will eventually come to be known, Antoine regrets having trained the people he loves most in this story. When Rose assures him that they will get out of it, Nadine and Martin place him in police custody as part of the investigation into the death of Dafné Pastoré. Although he repeatedly claims his innocence, Nadine reveals that his DNA was found on the victim’s gourd and shows him a photo of Milo Calvini in the hope of making him speak. Only, Antoine stands by his positions and swears that he did not kill the jogger.
For his part, Souleymane is worried that he won’t hear from his father. While he admits to his mother-in-law that he is afraid of seeing the people he cares about, Rose says that she has lost her daughter but that she will always be in his heart as long as she thinks of her. For the teenager, having to survive alone is the worst thing that could happen and he would have preferred to die with his family but Rose adds that he is not alone anymore. Touched by the words of his father’s partner, Souleymane is grateful that she is with him. Later, Rose goes to Chloé’s house and tells her that Antoine has been arrested.
As she has a feeling that this story will end badly, the columnist tells her friend the secret of her companion. In shock, Chloe cannot believe that Martin wants to avenge her father’s death in this way. While Rose panics about losing her footing, the Delcourt girl guarantees that she will be there to help him. At the end of the day, Antoine’s police custody is extended for 24 hours and Nadine is convinced that he will eventually break down. Constant, who thinks the opposite, asks his friend to send him the file on the death of his father in order to find a detail that could link Antoine to Milo. She agrees to bring it the next day, but actually burns the document out of sight.
LEILA MAKES A MEDICAL MISTAKE
At breakfast, while Noor and Jules thank Leila for allowing them to spend the evening in their room, Samuel specifies that the walls are not soundproofed and that he would have preferred not to hear their romantic lovemaking all evening. Even if his companion summons him to stop because the conversation becomes embarrassing, Doctor Chardeau puts on a layer of it, evoking in detail their intimacy. Unhappy to have made so much noise, Jules promises not to spend the night with the Beddiars in the future.
At the hospital, Samuel doesn’t understand why Leila refuses to speak to him. When she explains that he jumps on any occasion to annoy her daughter, the doctor accuses her of failing to put herself in her place and of having poorly educated her daughters. Angry, Leila goes to her patient’s room to administer her treatment. While the latter takes it out on her for being late, Leila in turn gets mad and calls him an asshole. Upon leaving, the man feels unwell and becomes unwell.
Once he is out of danger, Leila, who admits a medical error, defends himself against Doctor Delcourt saying he is tired and on edge. Aware of the usually flawless work of her nurse, Mariane decides to close her eyes to the incident and give her her weekend to regain strength. At the start of the evening, Noor and Samuel cut themselves down once again. No longer able to bear to see them do so, Leila sets the tone and lets them know the bottom of her thought.
VICTOR DISCOVER THE LIE OF BART
Gabin is tired of having to end his romantic relationships because of his father and Bart advises him to have a sincere discussion with him. Nevertheless, the young man knows that it is impossible because Paul will never accept his homosexuality. Later, Gosselin has the impression that his son has been depressed since he left his girlfriend and does not understand why the latter refuses to speak to him about it.
After telling him how difficult it is to talk to his parents, Vallorta said that his relationship with his mother changed the day she learned that he had fallen in love with a boy. Shaken by this revelation, the businessman approves of Flore’s reaction and adds that he would have preferred never to know his fondness for men. Bart fears being fired for this reason, but Paul retorts that he will not do so because his deviance remains his problem. Bart may well argue and say that homosexuality is not an illness, Paul judges these relationships unnatural and ends the conversation.
Bart repeats the content of his discussion to Gabin but nevertheless invites him to tell the truth to his father so that he no longer has to hide. But Gabin excludes this hypothesis and admits that he would have liked a treatment to be like everyone else. Bart, revolted by these words, certifies that he does not have to change and that it is up to his father to accept him as he is. When Bart takes his hand in his, Victor sees them in the distance with a smile on his lips. Brunet then tries to find out how long his protégé has been hiding the truth about Paul’s homosexuality from him. Bart ends up unwrapping everything and then commits to finding the information about the buyer without using his friend’s sexuality to achieve his ends. And to achieve this, Victor offers him 24 hours.