In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us”… While the noose is tightening around Stanislas, Manon makes a mistake. At the same time, Victoire and Samuel are more and more concerned with their new role.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Tomorrow belongs to us tomorrow evening on TF1! If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on!
Wednesday June 8 in Tomorrow belongs to us…
THE VICE IS TIGHTENING AROUND STANISLAS
Thanks to Sara’s research, the prosecutor Perraud can officially reopen the investigation into the death of Eve Roussel, which does not please Commander Constant at all, who did not appreciate that he mobilized his teams behind his back.
Meanwhile, Stanislas thanks Camille. Without her, he would never have been able to talk about his son to Raphaëlle. In addition to being happily married, he is looking forward to seeing Leo soon.
In the aftermath, the skipper is summoned to the police station where he is heard by Sara who tries to clarify the circumstances of Eve Roussel’s death. Raphaëlle, who is present, believes that Sébastien is hiding behind all this and tells the policewoman that if her father intends to solve his personal problems through the courts, it is useless. Stanislas assures him that he has nothing to do with the death of Eve and then even goes so far as to portray his ex-companion as someone depressive and unstable. When Sara mentions the accusations of domestic violence concerning him, Stanislas retorts that it is a blow from Audrey who tries to pass him off as a monster in order to prevent him from recovering custody of his son. The file having been reopened on the basis of allegations, Raphaëlle puts an end to the conversation by indicating that any judge will close it.
Back in her office, Raphaëlle takes advantage of being alone with her companion to ask him if he hit Eve during their relationship. Furious, he claims that he never raised his hand on her and that it was a frame-up by Audrey. Raphaëlle, who believes him, then promises to continue to defend him.
The lawyer then goes to the Spoon and informs Audrey that Stanislas has launched a procedure to assert his rights over Leo. After assuring that she won’t let him, the waitress reproaches him for defending a violent man and fighting to snatch a little boy from a family who loves him to entrust him to a piece of trash. As the tone rises, Raphaëlle reminds her that there are laws in France and that she will do anything to enforce them. Chloé, who heard them talking, intervenes and asks to speak to Raphaëlle in private.
Once alone, Chloe tries to make her friend understand that she will destroy a happy family. According to her, Leo is not equipped to support this kind of situation. It is therefore up to the adults to surround him and be there for him. Once again, Raphaëlle defends her companion but Chloé specifies that her relationship can affect her discernment to the detriment of the little boy. Having defended enough cases to know exactly what she is doing, Raphaëlle refuses to be given a moral lesson and then leaves the premises.
Later, Damien tells Audrey that his sister may not have committed suicide. As she suspects Stanislas, Audrey is afraid that Leo is in danger and plans to leave town as soon as possible. However, Damien advises him against it. If she flees, justice will give her reason and she will lose custody of Leo.
At the end of the day, two police officers arrive at the Roussel’s to take a DNA sample.
Not far from there, Sara informs the prosecutor Perraud that she has managed to find the former boss of Eve Roussel. The latter never believed in his suicide. According to him, she had plans and was looking for a more stable job to raise her son. Before her death, Eve was even looking for a new car. The strangest thing is that a seller would have contacted her on his own. On May 11, 2015, she would then have gone twenty minutes from the restaurant where she worked to meet him. That was the last time anyone saw Eve alive. Sara and Roxane then think that Stanislas was the seller in question and that he set a trap for her.
Going through the central archives of the marina captaincies, Roxane found contracts in the name of Stanislas, including a past with a ship repair concession. According to the document, it is stipulated that he repossessed his boat which had been under repair for six days on May 13, 2015. Only then did he leave for the Philippines. Stanislas was therefore still in France on the day of Eve’s death. In addition, his boat was in the hold in Plougastel, only 45 minutes from the viaduct where the body of Eve Roussel was found…
MANON MAKES A MISTAKE
At the police station, Manon would like to observe the terrain but Aurore unfortunately sends her to work at reception. After a few hours, the young woman is bored. When Nordine is called to go watch over a clandestine workshop, Manon decides to accompany him.
On the spot, the policeman however asks him not to move. While she waits near the car, Manon sees two individuals loading goods into the trunk of a vehicle before fleeing. After memorizing the license plate, she hastens to inform Nordine who immediately calls Roxane to identify the car.
Later, the police arrive at the owner of the vehicle, a retired woman. For her part, Manon no longer remembers the exact model of the car and fears that she made a mistake when memorizing the license plate.
VICTOIRE AND SAMUEL ARE INCREASINGLY CONCERNED WITH THEIR NEW ROLE
Victoire and Samuel had a good night’s sleep. As the little boy sleeps in, Samuel would like to take the opportunity to make love to his companion, but she is much too tired for that. Understanding that babies are not compatible with life as a couple and even less with the libido, the doctor confides in William. Having experienced the same situation twice, he gives some advice to preserve his love life.
Wasting no time, Samuel begs his friends to keep the baby. If Aurore refuses, William agrees to play the nanny until 11 p.m. maximum.
At the end of the day, Victoire and Samuel are at the Spoon for a drink. They hoped to enjoy it but they only think about the newborn. Worried, they come home to make sure he’s okay. As he sleeps with his fists closed, they finally decide to share a moment of intimacy. Only, Samuel can’t concentrate because he only thinks about the baby…