On Monday October 3 in Here it all begins (6:35 p.m., TF1), the truth about Mathieu’s death finally comes out. For his part, Louis is getting closer to his family.
In the Monday, October 3 episode of Here it all begins, Anaïs (Julie Sassoust) makes the final preparations for the opening of her restaurant, which will take place the next day. David (Liam Hellmann) goes to see her and when Anaïs questions him about the day of Mathieu’s death, the student repeats that it was an accident and she better move on. They are interrupted by Salomé (Aurélie Pons) who wants to talk to David, shocked that he dares hang out with Anaïs when he is responsible for her brother’s death. Indeed on the fateful day, David gave Mathieu a course or no course: that of swimming as far as possible. The teenager was then swept away by the current. Always furious Salomé tells David that she will tell her friend everything if he does not leave her alone, but the latter points out that it would do more harm than good to Anaïs. For his part, Lisandro (Agustin Galiana) is still struggling to manage the breakup and the rapprochement between Anaïs and David, to the point that he still broaches the subject when he speaks to his ex. Bored by these discussions, Anaïs urges him to give her some space.
Later, the young apprentice chef briefs her brigade and reminds that she is going to put her dessert, inspired by her brother, on the menu even if Teyssier (Benjamin Baroche) did not agree. Enzo (Aziz Diabaté) and Charlène (Pola Petrenko) oppose it but Anaïs rebuffs them. Only when Rose (Vanessa Demouy) arrives and forbids him to present this dessert, the young woman can’t answer anything… This at least allows Salomé and Anaïs to have a touching discussion about their friendship and to reconcile. But when Salome learns that her best friend is going to squat in David’s roommate’s bed because the Airbnb is too expensive for her, she decides to throw everything at him. She explains that David is manipulating her and that he confessed to him that he was responsible for Mathieu’s death because of a bet that went wrong. Upset, Anaïs will immediately confront David who ends up confessing. There follows a difficult argument at the end of which Anaïs accuses David of being responsible for the death of her brother and tells him never to approach her again.
Louis receives a letter from his father
Meanwhile on their side, Ethan (Rik Kleve) and Samia (Emma Boulanouar) discuss their relationship and the young woman is clear: she is focused on her studies and does not want to be in a relationship. Even if he agrees, Ethan clearly wants more than that and doesn’t hesitate to show him when they are forced to work in pairs at the request of chef Guinot (Catherine Marchal). After some teasing, Samia gives in to temptation but they are abruptly interrupted by Claire who surprises them. If Samia feels very bad and ashamed, Ethan on his side takes it rather as a joke. Finally Clotilde (Elsa Lunghini) and Rose discover a box left by their father which contains a Medal of Meilleur Ouvrier de France and a letter for louis (Fabian Wolfrom). After deliberation, they decide to give the letter to their half-brother who, upon opening it, cannot believe his eyes. His father bequeaths his medal to him in a letter full of apologies and feelings. If Auguste Armand’s children find it hard to believe that he could have been so explicit about his feelings, they end up recognizing thatthey are part of the same family and should start acting like one.
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