In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us” … While Victoire finds Dimitri’s trace, Bart and Louise are reconciled. At the same time, Maud gets closer to Jack.
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Thursday, October 7 in Tomorrow belongs to us …
VICTORY FINDS THE TRACK OF DIMITRI
At the hospital, Sara informs Victoire that Dimitri Maniglier is alive and well. A shock for the young woman who does not understand why she has visions of this man.
Shortly after, Georges arrives in the room to accompany Victoire to her meeting with Doctor Daunier. As he tries to help her out of bed, she coldly pushes him away and says that she is not disabled. During the consultation, Victoire makes her doctor and her companion believe that psychologically all is well.
Indeed, the Lazzari girl claims to have gone a little far with this story of cellular memory then adds that she no longer wants to find her donor at all. Although she feels ready to be released from the hospital, William refuses because his immune defenses are still very low. Since Victoire insists by explaining that she needs to find her bearings, William agrees to let her go.
Back home, she is greeted by Sandrine and Mona who take care of her. Worried about her daughter, Sandrine confides later in Chloe who affirms that Victoire is a strong woman and that she will quickly bounce back.
Not far from there, Victoire is still obsessed with the one she sees in her memories. After having made Georges believe that she was going to take the air, she contacts Samuel who agrees to drop her off at the Pointe Courte. She then seeks help from Sara and Roxane to meet Dimitri Maniglier.
The latter then tells her that the tattoo she sees in her memories belongs to her friend Emilie at the time, whom he has not seen for two years. Indeed, Émilie disappeared overnight without ever giving her any sign of life again. Very in love with her, Dimitri had done everything to find her but without success. When he shows her a photo of herself, Victoire is assailed by snatches of memories in which she sees her run over by a car. She then understands that the heart that beats in her chest is Emilie’s.
BART AND LOUISE RECONCILE
Still cold with Louise since the Clément Lefranc affair, Bart has prepared a romantic breakfast in the hope that they will reconcile. Although he can certify that he has not smoked for weeks, Louise unfortunately no longer trusts him.
Annoyed, Bart hastens to go for a toxicological analysis to prove his good faith to him. But nothing helps, Louise sticks to her positions. As he does not intend to give up, Flore’s son decides to do a urine test that Louise will herself drop off at the laboratory so that she cannot accuse him of having tampered with the results.
Louise later closed the Spoon unusually earlier to make peace with Bart. Indeed, she finally chose to trust him. Having been hateful to him for the past few days, she admits that she should never have made him pay for the harm Gary has done to her in the past. After she apologizes to him, they kiss and uncork a bottle of champagne to celebrate their reconciliation.
While the couple are having fun playing music, Damien and a few of his friends arrive at the Spoon. Even if the restaurant is closed, Bart and Louise agree to serve them drinks and to put on the music.
MAUD GETS CLOSE TO JACK
Ever since Jack told her that she meant a lot to him, Maud has been on cloud nine. Certain that the teenager is interested in his daughter, Raphaëlle advises him to provoke luck by making sure that he invites her to an event and then to let it marinate.
On the advice of her mother, Maud pins on a high school board, the flyer of a signing session by Clémentine Beauvais, an author that Jack is particularly fond of. When the latter invites her to join him, Maud hastens to say yes. Noticing that she is panicking at the idea of this first date, her mother and sister give her advice.
For her part, Lizzie warns her brother that Maud has fallen for him but Jack thinks that she is making films because they are quite simply friends. Despite everything, she asks him to be careful to prevent her from suffering.
After the book signing, Maud and Jack once again discuss literature by the water. As she is cold, Jack gives her his jacket to warm up. Close to each other, the teenager takes her courage in both hands and kisses Jack who turns his head away.