In the next episode of “Un Si Grand Soleil” … While Eliott discovers where the stolen paintings are hidden, Maryline decides to boycott the preparations for Christmas this year. For their part, Camille and Manu make peace.
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Monday, December 27 in Un si grand soleil…
Eliott discovers the stash of paintings
José is questioned by Manu. The policeman asks him that he knew the owner of the burgled house, and José admits to having already sold him several paintings, but claims to have no idea of the identity of the one who could have wanted to seize it.
At the police station, Becker gives an update on the investigation: apart from the fact that the victim was killed with a single stab by what appears to be a professional, no trace was found in the house. Elise, who assessed the stolen canvases, specifies that these paintings are small works that are easy to resell on the art market.
José receives a visit from Manu. He asks him if he knows the owner of the burgled house. He admits that he sold her paintings. Manu asks him if he has any idea who stole the paintings from him. José does not see and offers to list the paintings for him to look for. Manu, annoyed, asks him to keep him informed.
While Virgil hides José’s car at the campsite, Eliott observes him. He then calls Bertier, and tells him that he has found no trace of the stolen paintings. He then waits until Eve is gone to enter Virgil’s caravan and knocks him out …
Maryline does not want to organize Christmas
At the roommate, Maryline declares to Bilal that she refused to organize Christmas Eve this year, tired of organizing the meal. This year it’s decided: she will take care of herself and skip the festivities.
Bilal, who is about to go to Lucille and Akim, offers to join them if she changes her mind, but Maryline politely declines.
As Gary arrives at her house unexpectedly with chocolates and flowers, he discovers that his mother has decided to strike, and she reminds him that she had warned him of her decision. Gary then makes her feel guilty for abandoning her son on Christmas Eve, and she agrees to prepare an aperitif.
Gary decides to call Inès, who was to spend New Years Eve with Anissa in the absence of Enric and Mo, gone to celebrate Christmas with a cousin. He then suggests that she come to her grandmother’s, which surprises Inès because her grandmother had told her that she would do nothing for Christmas Eve. Gary insists on picking her up with Anissa, assuring her that Maryline will be delighted.
While preparing to spend a peaceful evening, Maryline suddenly sees Gary, Inès and Anissa unloading, followed by Bilal, Lucille, and Akim, forced to return to the roommate because the couple had a power failure at home. To be forgiven, they brought the turkey they were to eat.
At the same time, Davia shows up to the roommate with oysters, explaining that her boyfriend Quentin has broken down. She is followed by Ludo and Alice, who missed her train to Geneva. Resigned, Maryline changes her mind and decides to welcome everyone to the apartment for a happy New Year’s Eve.
Camille makes peace with her father
Camille is spending Christmas Eve with her father. While Manu is looking forward to spending New Years Eve with her, Camille is sullen, always claiming that Steve broke up with her. Seeing his daughter’s annoyance, Manu tries to change the subject and offers to make a truce.
He says sorry because he understands that she really had Steve, and wants things to work out between them. Touched, Camille decides to make an effort, and spends a pleasant New Year’s Eve with her father.