In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us”… While Stanislas attacks Camille, Sylvain buys the straw hut. Elsa meanwhile expects more from Timothy.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Tomorrow belongs to us tomorrow evening on TF1! If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on!
Wednesday, June 15 in tomorrow belongs to us…
STANISLAS TAKES ON CAMILLE
While accompanying Leo to school, Jordan realizes that he forgot his mobile phone at home and therefore leaves him waiting for him at the bottom of the building while he retrieves it. On the lookout, Stanislas seizes this opportunity to approach his son and offer him a little boat trip. As he hesitates, the skipper makes him believe that Audrey knows about it then pulls him by the arm to force him to follow him.
Fortunately, Jordan arrives at the right time and summons Stanislas to let him go. The latter then launches that he will regret it before saying see you soon to his son. Panicked, Jordan immediately calls his mother to warn her that Beaumont tried to abduct Leo. After asking her children to come home and lock herself up, Audrey storms out of the Spoon to join them.
On the spot, she immediately takes Leo in her arms and explains to him that Stanislas is a violent man who has hurt people. However, Audrey swears that they are there to protect him. From now on, the Roussel family will take turns to take Leo to college so that he is never alone on the street again.
During this time, Captain Constant questions Yannick Deraine who confirms having bought Stanislas’ boat on a site for sale between individuals. The police therefore understand that Stanislas has never been shipwrecked and that he has organized everything to embed himself in Raphaëlle’s life. With the money from the boat, he now has the means to leave town and the police will have to work hard to find him very quickly.
Later, Audrey and Jordan arrive at the station to inform Commander Constant of the attempted kidnapping of Leo. Unfortunately, the policeman cannot arrest him without formal proof. However, Martin promises to summon him to clear up this story.
For her part, Raphaëlle learned from her father that Audrey had filed a complaint for attempted kidnapping and realizes that she cannot stay with a man who risks harming her daughter. To protect her, Raphaëlle therefore chose to put an end to her relationship with Stanislas and ask him to leave her home. To support her, Chloe decides to accompany her.
When they arrive at Raphaëlle’s, they surprise Stanislas stealing the lawyer’s jewelry. As Camille’s mother threatens to call the police, the skipper retorts that she won’t because she is still in love with him. And to clarify that it is only compensation for having been forced to make a poor girl like her believe that he loved her. According to him, she was so convinced of living true love that it was easy to manipulate her and she would have done better to listen to her father who had understood from the start that he only wanted to marry her to get Leo back. When Raphaëlle announces that he will never see his son again, Stanislas goes into a black rage. Chloe does try to call the police but he snatches the phone from her before being particularly threatening. Shortly after, Camille comes home, which scares Stanislas away.
A few minutes later, the latter is driving his car with bloody hands. Not far from there, Raphaëlle is in tears. And for good reason, Camille is seriously injured. Unconscious on the floor, she appears to have been pushed onto a glass table.
SYLVAIN ACQUIRES LA PAILLOTE
No longer able to stand going around in circles, Sylvain took it into his head to find a job. Rugby coach, security guard or even wreck researcher, Christelle’s husband is very motivated to embark on a new professional career.
When Alex advises him to buy the straw hut concession, Sylvain already imagines himself as a restaurant owner. After visiting the premises, he decides to make an offer. For his part, the Vallorta son advises him to ask Charlie for help but Sylvain does not want to mix everything up. The master of the place, it will be him!
Happy, Sylvain finds Christelle at the Spoon and tells her the good news. Wishing to make this place a friendly place with the Moreno touch, Sylvain is thinking of changing the menu. If he finds success, he even plans to aim higher by opening his own restaurant.
When Charlie arrives, the couple tells him that they are taking over the hut. The young woman then warns him about the difficulty of the job but Sylvain is not afraid. He even says he is certain that he will succeed in doing something good with it. As Charlie does not give him three days before throwing in the towel, Sylvain chooses to take up the challenge.
ELSA WAITING FOR MORE TIMOTHEY
Victor would like to take his son to Cyprus or Italy for the summer holidays. Unfortunately, Timothée doesn’t really like to travel and prefers to stay in Sète to find work.
In high school, Elsa screwed up on her table assignment. Afraid of not going to second year, Timothée tries to reassure her by appealing to her logical sense so that she can better control her emotions. However, this is not what she needs and she blames him for not being able to comfort her when she is feeling bad. Indeed, Elsa needs feelings, empathy and emotional intelligence. Things that Timothy could never bring her. So she prefers to put an end to their story.
Angry, Timothée returns home and confides in his father. To win back the heart of his beauty, Victor advises her to ignore it. If he seems determined at first to follow his father’s advice, Timothée ends up making an appointment with Elsa at the beach. After apologizing to him, he assures that he is making an effort. Since he doesn’t think to tell her that he loves her, Victor’s son has the idea of putting an alarm on his phone to tell her more often. Elsa also encourages him to put one on so he kisses her more often. Once they have finished their exams and are more relaxed, Elsa would like them to have sex. Timothée judging that it is a good idea, they kiss to seal their reconciliation.