Tomorrow belongs to us: what awaits you in episode 869 of Wednesday, February 24, 2021 [SPOILERS]

Tomorrow belongs to us: what awaits you in episode 869 of wednesday, february 24, 2021 [spoilers]

In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us” … While Lydie undergoes a psychiatric expertise, Morgane wins her case. Isam changes his doctor.

Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Tomorrow belongs to us broadcast tomorrow evening on TF1! If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on!

Wednesday February 24 in Tomorrow belongs to us …


Lydie takes advantage that her son and her daughter-in-law are asleep to find Sabine. For her friend, she must take revenge on Renaud but Lydie refuses, explaining that she simply wants to get on with her life by spending time with her family. When her panicked son calls it, Lydie specifies that she has gone out to take the air. Shortly after, Samuel joins her on the docks and pushes her to meet Doctor Jeannel to demonstrate that she is not ill. Then accompanying her granddaughter to go shopping, Lydie expresses her fear of going back to a psychiatric hospital, but Sofia promises that everything will be fine and then assures us that she can resume a normal life with her family. At her son’s house, Lydie tries out her new business and does a parade for Alma and Sofia. Happy to see herself flirtatious again, she indicates that she had lost the desire to take care of herself during her internment. Touched by these words, Alma and Sofia swear to help her get back a good life. Later, Doctor Jeannel examined Lydie and informed Renaud and Samuel that his patient was very lucid in speaking in clear language. Based on the information that the psychiatrist was able to collect, Lydie therefore shows no sign of schizophrenia. While Renaud is certain that his ex-wife has fallen through the cracks, Samuel is relieved and would like his mother to come and live with him. Seeing no contraindication, Doctor Jeannel accepts. At the end of the day, Renaud tells Marianne about the psychiatrist’s report. In order to prove that Lydie represents a real danger, Renaud has an idea behind his head and seeks the assistance of his wife.


Back in her cell, Justine warns Morgane that the warden is going to be transferred to another wing of the prison. Relieved to no longer have to deal with her, Morgane knows that she can thank Gabriel but also Sandrine who met the director of the prison. The guard then arrives in their cell to apologize to them in front of a witness as ordered by her superior. With difficulty, the young woman asks for forgiveness but without a hint of regret in her voice. Morgane may declare that she hopes that this whole story will allow her to acquire more open-mindedness, the matonne retorts that she will never change her mind about people of her kind. Meanwhile, Gabriel conveys the good news to Charlie and thanks her for being there. As the teen tries to kiss him, Charlie, visibly flustered, gently pushes him away. For her part, Virginie announces to Justine that her request for release has been accepted and that she will be released from prison the following week to find her family. However, it is a provisional release until his trial but Virginie promises to fight to assert self-defense. Wishing to surprise Tristan, Justine asks her lawyer to keep it a secret. While she does not know how to surprise her companion by being in prison, Morgane decides to talk to Sandrine, convinced that she will be happy to help him.


Although his operation is scheduled for the next day, Isam is not at all stressed as he has blind faith in Doctor Dumaze. At the same time, Renaud asks William to take charge of his operations, including that of Isam, because of his family problems. William then visits the teenager to tell him that he will be in charge of his operation. Seeing that the latter has lost all his enthusiasm, the doctor guarantees that he has nothing to fear because he is an excellent surgeon. Later, Isam is with Manon at the Spoon and shares his concerns with her. The young woman then tries to cheer him up and certifies that her father is a genius in his discipline. On returning home, Manon questions her father to find out if her boyfriend risks dying on the operating table. Even if the zero risk does not exist, William nevertheless undertakes to take the necessary precautions for a successful intervention. Moved to see his daughter in love for the first time, William says he is very happy for her then places a kiss on her forehead.

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