In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us” … While Noa is taken into custody, Audrey becomes a waitress at the Spoon. For their part, Jahia and Jordan are forced to work together.
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Monday, October 18 in Tomorrow belongs to us …
NOA IS PLACED IN CUSTODY ON SIGHT
After being kidnapped, Judith wakes up tied up in a cell identical to Roxane’s.
Meanwhile, the police are investigating the disappearance of the Delcourt daughter. Even if the kidnapper used the same process as for Roxane, Martin does not understand why this one attacked Judith because she does not look like Emilie Chaptale. With the two young women in greater danger than ever, the police must find them before it is too late.
Back at the police station, Commander Constant promises Alex and Chloe to do everything possible to rescue their daughter when they are interrupted by Noor. The young woman tells them that Judith suspected Noa of having kidnapped Roxane.
Subsequently, Chloe is exhausted and fears that something bad will happen to her daughter. For her part, Sandrine tries to comfort her and says she is certain that the police will eventually save her. While they are chatting, Victoire has been drawing frantically since Judith was kidnapped. Unfortunately, she cannot decipher what her subconscious is trying to show her. After a call from Sara, the two women meet at the soap factory bridge because Victoire needs to check something.
For his part, Martin questions Noa. If he recognizes that he was not with Judith on the evening of Roxane’s kidnapping, he nevertheless indicates that he was in the oyster farm. Although no one can confirm his alibi, Noa still claims his innocence. Deeply worried since the disappearance of the Delcourt daughter, the grandson Josse is in tears and begs the police to help him. The evidence being unfortunately against him, Commander Constant maintains his custody.
Not far from there, Yvan accuses Alex of having told the police that his grandson was kidnapping women. The Josse and Bellanger families having been at war for years, Yvan imagines that Jeanne and Alex have set a trap for his grandson. Very angry, he swears he hasn’t said his last word.
At the same time, Victoire and Sara are in the forest looking for a cabin that the young woman has drawn. While walking, Doctor Lazzari is seized with new visions in which she sees Emilie who does not stop screaming “I am not Assia”. Convinced that this woman could be the key to finding Judith and Roxane, Victoire and Sara decide to carry out investigations.
And they are right to follow their instincts because only a few steps away, the kidnapper leaves an abandoned house identical to the drawing of Victoire.
AUDREY BECOMES A SERVER AT THE SPOON
Thanked for her services, Audrey returned to Sète and was now unemployed, to the chagrin of her children who feared being once again in trouble.
At the same time, Louise learns that Aurélien had a scooter accident and that he must undergo emergency surgery in Athens. Immediately, the mother takes the first flight to be with her son. To replace her at a moment’s notice, Bart decides to hire an extra for the serve.
Afterwards, Audrey is at the Spoon. As she has been waiting for her coffee for twenty minutes, she goes to the bar to do it herself and takes the opportunity to serve customers who have been waiting for some time. An attitude that is not to the liking of Bart who points out to him that she is a customer. However, overwhelmed, Bart ends up offering to work for him, which she accepts without hesitation.
JAHIA AND JORDAN ARE FORCED TO WORK TOGETHER
By meeting Jordan in the course, Angie does not hesitate to call him a racist. The latter then asserts that he is not, then accuses the Lopez Diallo sisters of using this term whenever someone does not agree with them. Lizzie begging her brother to stop provoking them in order to avoid problems, Jordan, who can no longer take their lessons of life, does not intend to stop.
Later, François summons Jahia and Jordan to try a conciliation but the teenagers quickly send spikes while evoking their differences of opinion. If the professor asks Jahia to learn to control himself in the future, he also urges Jordan to stop his provocations. And to add that if they do not learn to dialogue, it will be the disciplinary council for both.
To teach them how to communicate, François then forces them to work together on a presentation on justice based on The foreigner by Albert Camus.