In the next episode of “Un Si Grand Soleil”…While tensions still do not subside between Hélène and Claire, Carole Martinez is alive!
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Un Si Grand Soleil broadcast tomorrow evening on France 2! If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on!
Thursday, July 28 in Such a big sun…
THE TENSIONS STILL DO NOT EASE BETWEEN HELENE AND CLAIRE
Since taking treatment, Hélène is much better and has regained her bearings. And if her colleagues are benevolent towards her, this is not at all the case for Claire who continues to run away from her. For his part, Doctor Alphand encourages his patient to hold on, certain that things will eventually work out when Claire gets over her anger.
Later, Hélène tries to convince a patient to have herniated disc surgery, but without success. Claire, who hears them talking, intervenes and manages to find the right words to make her change her mind. When Hélène thanks her for helping her, Claire replies that it was purely professional.
Upset, Hélène later confides in David. Faced with her colleague’s attitude, she wonders if she should take a job elsewhere. For his part, David thinks above all that she needs to take a vacation. An idea that excites Hélène a lot, especially since she has signed up for a hike in the Grands Causses with an association.
As for her, Claire complains to Myriam to whom she tells that she can’t stand Hélène anymore and that she has no desire to be friends with her.
CAROLE MARTINEZ IS STILL ALIVE
At breakfast, Enzo enthusiastically tells Kira about his little escapade in the Cévennes with Aurore. A few meters away, Florent listens to them discuss with attention. Particularly on edge, he offers his son to spend the evening with his family, but the latter prefers to spend all his free time with his girlfriend.
At the same time, Aurore goes to the visiting room. Now that they got rid of Carole, no one can testify against Philippe. Aurore is therefore hopeful that her father will get out of prison quickly. Only, the latter feels guilty. Not only was Carole a good girl, but Florent didn’t have to go through all that either. But for Aurore, this one is not to be pitied either.
Also, Enzo is unsuspecting and untraumatized by the hike. Besides, according to her, if Pilar had taken care of it, things would have been drastically different. Aurore therefore enjoins her father to stop making feelings. Although it does not amuse her, Aurore has decided to continue to play lovers with Enzo. As long as her father is not released from the cell, the young woman intends to continue to put pressure on Florent.
At the police station, Manu and his teams take stock of the investigation. Given the circumstances, Bourdais is doing quite well since the ball did not hit the arm bone. Even if he has not yet received the conclusions of the coroner, Captain Léoni notes that it is a procedure identical to that of the first attempt. Pilar and her accomplice therefore necessarily had information on the displacement of Carole Martinez. In order to understand what happened, Manu intends to question Bourdais but Judge Alphand formally opposes it. Annoyed, he immediately informs Becker who finally puts him in the confidence.
Meanwhile, Gary still doesn’t realize Carole is dead. As he wonders who will take care of his things, Inès offers to help him put them away. Upset, he confides to his daughter that what he experienced with Carole was only a dream. A dream he will never forget.
Not far from there, Manu and Becher land in a motel in town where they find Carole Martinez. Beautiful and alive, it is under police protection.