In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us” … While Clément is accepted at Agnès Varda high school, Sandrine, Morgane and Arthur fly to Guadeloupe. Charlie gives himself up to Nathan.
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Wednesday 1er September in Tomorrow belongs to us …
CLÉMENT IS ACCEPTED AT AGNÈS VARDA HIGH SCHOOL
After having surprised Clément kissing a girl other than Garance, Victoire is in full questioning. Although she would like to tell the truth to her colleague, Dr. Lazzari nevertheless fears destroying her by telling her that he cheated on her. The situation being complex, Georges advises her not to get involved.
For his part, Clément agreed to follow treatment against juvenile absence epilepsy. Full of dark thoughts, the teenager confides in Garance his certainty that he will die young. The latter, who refuses to hear him speak like this, reminds him that his disease is not fatal and assures him that he will live a long time. When she invites him to spend the evening alone, Clément replies that he prefers to rest to be in shape for his return to high school Agnès Varda the next day.
Later, Lætitia and Irene accompany Clément to his meeting with Chloé. On the advice of Irene, he decides to play on the sensitive chord of the principal in the hope of putting it in his pocket. The teenager then evokes with her his discomfort but also his health problems which pushed him to behave badly with his former teachers. Assuming that everyone has the right to have a second chance, Chloe agrees to integrate her into high school.
On leaving, Clement takes refuge in the toilets and bangs his head against the wall with tears in his eyes. At the same time, Victoire ends up talking to Garance about Clément’s affair. In order to clarify this story, the young woman goes to his home. While Clément is away, Lætitia, who has never heard of her, slams the door in his face.
At the end of the day, Chloe tells Xavier that she has the feeling that Irene is trying to take her place. While her mate encourages her to show authority, Chloe, who has a big problem with conflict, prefers to gain the trust of the people around her.
Several kilometers away, Clément joins a teenager on a scooter in an alley in the city who gives him a package for money.
SANDRINE, MORGANE AND ARTHUR FLY TO GUADELOUPE
The Lazzari and the Guého are enjoying their last family breakfast before Sandrine, Morgane and Arthur leave for Guadeloupe.
Later, Sofia crosses paths with Arthur and Gabriel in the streets of Sète. Having learned that her ex-boyfriend was going to the West Indies with his family, she takes advantage of this chance meeting to wish him a good trip and gives him a kiss before resuming her journey. A difficult moment for Arthur who had imagined spending the rest of his life with her.
For her part, Sandrine is at the hospital to say goodbye to Victoire. As she never really had the opportunity to give Sandrine a gift for Mother’s Day, Victoire gives her a kind of lucky charm for her new home. Very moved, they then hug each other.
It’s time to leave for Sandrine, Morgane and Arthur. Gabriel, who has decided to stay in France to continue his studies, embraces his whole family one last time before letting them go on new adventures.
Gabriel then welcomes the new tenant who will move into the Lazzari-Guého apartment and who is none other than Audrey Roussel with all her tribe. Leo having already made his mark in the apartment, the mother indicates that it is her sister’s son whom she now considers to be her own.
CHARLIE GIVES TO NATHAN
At the Moreno’s, Christelle is very worried about Charlie who is no longer herself since the Spoon hostage-taking. Unfortunately, Sylvain, who still has not digested the attitude of the young woman when their lives were in danger, feels no compassion.
Insofar as Charlie spends his days in bed moping, Christelle encourages him to take advantage of his last days of vacation. In vain. Refusing to see her waste her life for a man who is not worth it, Christelle then forces her to get out of bed.
The young woman then goes to the hut where she meets two high school students who are trying to find out if she was the groupie of the robbers. If the situation amuses him a lot, Charlie quickly loses his smile when they mention the death of Odysseus. Camille, who attended the scene, pushes Charlie to confide in her, especially since they have experienced the same thing but without success.
Coming home, Charlie tells Christelle that she intends to get into class to forget the past few weeks. To help her get better, Christelle made an appointment with a psychologist the following week, which she accepts.
At the end of the day, she joins Nathan who has worried a lot for her these last days. After confiding in him about the difficult ordeal she is going through, Charlie understands that he is the only one she can count on and with whom she can talk about her moods.