In the next episode of “Tomorrow is ours” … As Sofia becomes the high school heroine, Charlie stands up for Gabriel. For her part, Victoire discovers that Lucie could be alive.

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!

Tuesday April 6 in Tomorrow belongs to us …


In high school, students and teachers applaud Sofia for her heroic act and praise her for saving Quentin’s life. Meanwhile, William announces to Quentin that he will be able to leave the hospital at the end of the day. As the young man confesses that he is homeless, the doctor encourages him to talk to Christelle who could certainly help him find a solution.

For his part, Arthur offers Sofia to spend the afternoon watching series. Unfortunately, the young woman declines, preferring to go to the hospital with her sister to visit Quentin. There, the two sisters offer Quentin a manga to change his mind. Touched that they came to see him, he declares that Sofia is his guardian angel. Since her father has informed her of his situation, Sofia promises to see with her parents if they can accommodate her until he finds a solution. However, Aurore and William oppose it because they do not know him, which deeply disappoints Sofia.

The young woman then returns to the hospital to share the bad news with Quentin. Although she blames herself for not being able to help him more, the teenager gives her her phone number and makes her swear not to do it again. As they leave the hospital, Quentin sees the Spoon couple waiting patiently at reception. Since he is with Sofia, the woman tells her husband that they will have to wait until the next day to have the field free.


Arriving in math class, Charlie blames Gabriel for having to work alone for their presentation and adds that she intends to throw it at their teacher. While Souleymane stands up for his friend, Gabriel says that she is too selfish to care about the well-being of others. During their presentation, Charlie is the only one to speak. When Olivier asks them if they really worked together, Charlie decides to cover his comrade which does not please Jules.

At the end of the lessons, Gabriel thanks Charlie who recognizes that he is important to her and that she will never forget their first time. Later, when Jules tries to figure out why she stood up for Gabriel, Charlie claims to have taken pity on him. At the end of the day, Jules confides to his girlfriend that he would like to discuss with Gabriel to ease the tensions but she considers that it is not a good idea. Only, Jules is persuaded to be able to help him which seems to worry the young woman.


At the Spoon, Karim informs Georges and Victoire that a ring was discovered on Marc Véry’s corpse while he was not wearing one when his body was found on the beach. Georges thinks of a bad joke from his colleagues but Victoire goes to the hospital to try to reach Lucie. In vain. In tears, she leaves him a message on his answering machine. Certain that she is alive, she hopes that she will be happy wherever she is.

At the same time, Martin announces to his teams that the prosecutor has officially asked to abandon the search for Lucie’s remains. Very moved, Commander Constant wants his teammates to remember her not as a fugitive but as a brilliant colleague. Martin then makes a beautiful speech in her honor, highlighting the intelligent, courageous, generous and idealistic woman that she was. He then suggested that his colleagues observe a minute’s silence in his memory.

On returning home, Georges reports the prosecutor’s decision to his partner. Sure that her friend is still alive, Victoire says that the ring found on Marc’s body belongs to Lucie and that she alone was able to put it on her finger in the morgue. Despite everything, Georges finds it hard to believe it and points out that Lucie is unlikely to have survived her fall. Victoire knows it well but still needs to believe it.

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