On Monday September 26 in Tomorrow belongs to us (7:10 p.m., TF1), a character who has been absent for several months makes his return… For her part, Christelle suspects Sylvain of having a mistress…
In the September 26 episode of Tomorrow belongs to us, Martin (Franck Monsigny) will announce to prosecutor Perraud (Xavier Deluc) and Karim (Samy Gharbi) that it was not Dan (Charles-Eric Petit) who shot Benjamin Ventura (Alexander Varga). In effect the bullet found at the crime scene does not match the father’s gun, and a new witness has come to confirm Dan Masure’s alibi. Perraud is furious that the investigation is not moving forward, but Martin points out that they have defused a hostage situation without any casualties. New elements could also change everything since Georges (Mayel Elhajaoui) obtained the audio recording of the call that alerted emergency services after Benjamin’s attack. With Karim, they realize that it is a woman who called but who masked her voice, and who could therefore be known to the police or trying to avoid them. The other advance could be prompted by newly found CCTV footage.
While Sara (Camille Genau), Karim and Georges watch the images of a camera at the exit of the parking lot where Benjamin was shot, they see a man with a purple sweatshirt who looks suspicious getting into a car. It turns out to be the car of Etienne Curtis (Patrick Guérineau) who, when questioned, confirms to them that he picked up a passenger who looked in poor condition and dropped him off near the hospital. The investigators decide to make a call to witnesses to find out who it is and, shortly after, a pharmacist identifies the man in the purple sweatshirt. He explains that he was a client of his and that he was wearing a bandage on his arm following a gunshot wound. Since he did not go directly to the police or the emergency room, they deduce that he does not have a clear conscience. Their only clue to find him consists of a photo that Georges is responsible for deciphering. Meanwhile at the hospital, Marianne (Luce Mouchel) announces to Alma (Camille de Pazzis) that they are going to have to operate on Benjamin and that it will be a heavy interview… While Alma thinks about everything that, her son Hadrien (Anthony Collette) arrives behind her without being seen and immediately leaves.
Gabriel learns the trade
Elsewhere in Sète, Christelle (Ariane Séguillon) is increasingly suspicious of the attitude of Sylvain (Arnaud Henriet). She suspects him of having a mistressand the screenwriters of More beautiful life do everything to make viewers do it too with dialogue filled with double meanings. While talking to Alex (Alexandre Brasseur), he finally reveals that he bought a house without telling Christelle to surprise her. Finally Gabriel (Martin Mille) begins his internship at the office of Raphaëlle Perraud (Jennifer Lauret). After having explained her tasks to him, she offers to accompany her to the visiting room to see her client. This is how the young man finds himself in front of Dan Masure and immerses himself in the file of Mathis’ father. Back in the office, he thinks he has found an error in his case before Raphaëlle points out that he missed an important document. The lawyer still applauds her involvement… and takes the opportunity to ask him to work overtime under the amused eye of Soraya (Kenza Saïb-Couton).
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