In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us” … While Martin is cleared, Renaud makes a terrible revelation to Samuel. Gabriel comes to his mother’s aid.
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Friday February 19 in Tomorrow belongs to us …
MARTIN IS INNOCENT
At the police station, Karim watches the video of Virginie in which we see Martin and Danielli, a knife in their hand, fighting. During the scuffle, Danielli made a bad move and stabbed himself. According to Virginie, whose memory has returned, Danielli followed them to the exit of the Spoon to recover the money hidden by Mickaël. When the mobster was threatening to her, Martin intervened. It was at this point that Danielli pulled out his knife and the two men fought. Even though they tried to help him, it was unfortunately already too late. Now cleared of all suspicion, Martin will still be prosecuted for obstructing justice just like Chloe and Virginia. Martin then apologizes to his team and then leaves the post to happily find Jules and Virginie. After thanking Jules for helping him, the latter retorts that it was normal because he is part of the family.
Meanwhile, Chloe is released. As she asks to speak to him to explain the reasons for her lie, Xavier thinks it’s not a good idea. When she says that she fell in love with him, the prosecutor changes his mind and agrees to see her at the end of the day. Chloe comes home and thanks Alex for everything he has done for her. Touched to know that they can now count on each other despite what happened between them, Chloe and Alex promise to keep good relations for the well-being of all. Judith, who sees them accomplices, questions her father to know if there is a chance that they will get back together one day. Although Chloe will remain the woman of his life, the oyster farmer replies that things have nevertheless changed between them and that they have taken different routes. And to remember that all that matters is that they have loved each other very much and that they remain a family forever. Judith then hugs her father and tells him that she loves him. At the end of the day, Chloe confides in Xavier that she cares about him and assures once again that his lies had nothing to do with their story. Madly in love with the woman she has become, Xavier however does not manage to overcome his lies and puts an end to their story.
RENAUD MAKES A HORRID REVELATION TO SAMUEL
To make up for lost time, Samuel and Lydie take a walk along the canal. Samuel takes advantage of this moment alone with her to tell her about his love story with Leïla, his meeting with Alma but also the discovery of his paternity. As she is happy to learn that she is a grandmother, Samuel swears to introduce Sofia to her. At the same time, Renaud tries to reach his son, in vain. For Marianne, he must leave time for Samuel and his mother to find each other but Renaud is convinced that his son is in serious danger. At the Spoon, Samuel reports to Alma how happy he is to see his mother again. Even if she is very happy for him, the English teacher nevertheless reminds him that Lydie is ill and urges him to think about what is best for her. Only, Samuel is certain that he can manage his mother’s state of health. At the end of the day, Renaud joins his son in the on-call room of the hospital. Not wanting more lies between them, Renaud says that 28 years ago, Lydie had an acute crisis and tried to kill him when he was only twelve years old.
GABRIEL COMES TO HELP HIS MOTHER
To prove to the guard that she has no power outside the prison, Gabriel and Charlie put up posters on the street where she lives. On this one, we can see the photo of the matonne on a dog’s body with the inscription “I am cruel, I do not like anyone”. When the young woman leaves her home and discovers these caricatures, she hastens to take them off with frenzy. Seeing her do it, Charlie and Gabriel start laughing before fleeing. Furious, the guard goes to Morgana’s cell and accuses Gabriel of being behind the posters. But Morgane refuses to let it go, especially since she is not the first transphobic person she meets in her life. As she tries to understand why she has so much hatred towards her, the babysitter does not respond and deprives her of a walk for the day. Later, Justine warns her fellow inmate about the dangerous game she is playing. Nonetheless, Morgane has no intention of continuing to let herself be trodden on and hopes to push the keeper to fault to bring her down for mistreatment. For her part, Sandrine, who had Morgane on the phone, asks Gabriel if it was he who put the posters in the street. As he acknowledges the facts, Sandrine points out that there are legal ways to resolve the problem. Unfortunately, Gabriel does not believe it and says he is determined to help his mother.