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Tomorrow belongs to us (spoilers): Victory saves Samuel’s life


On August 15 in Tomorrow belongs to us, Marianne complicates Judith’s life, Bénédicte faces a blow while Victoire manages to find Samuel and save his life.

In the episode of tomorrow belongs to us Monday, August 15, the condition of Samuel (Alex Kiener) is particularly worrying. Wounded in the head and while his leg is infected, he loses a lot of blood and risks getting sepsis. However, Nicolas (Carl Vervier) does not intend to treat him. Especially sincehe knows that Victoire (Solène Hébert) has understood everything about him. And he suspects that the police are looking for him since Marianne (Luce Mouchel) called him on the pretext of needing him as emergency assistance. It is therefore high time for him to punish Victoire by definitively getting rid of his companion. Samuel tries to dissuade him, in vain. Since this hazing, even Nicolas’ parents look at him with contempt, believing that he is only a failure. The police are still looking for the nurse but they have no clue of his whereabouts. They reviewed all the marinas on the coast, without success. While Victoire and William (Kamel Belghazi) discuss Nicolas, Benjamin (Alexandre Varga) tells them that he ran every day on a hiking trail that passed near a chapel. The doctor no longer remembers the name of this chapel but he knows that it is not far from where Nicolas lives. Neither one nor two, Victoire therefore informs Georges (Mayel Elhajaoui) who starts looking for this chapel when Aurore (Julie Debazac) receives a call that will allow them to solve this case. This morning, the police searched a marina, but the individual who received them was a newcomer and he directed them towards the pleasure boats. Right next to it was a tug disused for two years which is moored on the station side.

However, the boss of the captaincy saw movement on this ship. On his side, Samuel begs his captor to let him live when the shrill sound of police sirens sound. The doctor swears to Nicolas that he won’t tell the investigators, but it’s a waste of time. Aurore and Martin (Franck Monsigny) rushed into the boat but Nicolas and Samuel were nowhere to be found. And for good reason, the first threw his hostage, hands and feet bound, overboard, before continuing. Despite everything, Samuel managed to rise to the surface and hang on to a rope from the tugboat. He tries to call Victoire who is on deck but, weakened, he can’t shout. Martin, Aurore and Victoire are getting ready to leave the boat to make way for the scientific police. But as Samuel ends up letting go of the rope and letting himself sink, his darling sees bubbles in the water. Without thinking, she dives, followed closely by Aurore, in order to rescue Samuel.. Quickly, the two women manage to bring Samuel back to the edge of the bank and bring him to the surface. After a quick assessment of her state of health, Victoire gives word-of-mouth to Samuel. It’s good, he’s saved!

Hard blow for Bénédicte in Tomorrow belongs to us

Aurore asked Bénédicte (Honorine Magnier) to come by the house. She has to warn her that Dorian (Rayane Huber) stole from a store a perfume to offer it to Camille (Elisa Ezzedine), even if she suspects her nephew of having denounced himself to protect his darling. The policewoman still wants to reassure her sister-in-law, Dorian being a minor, he does not risk much. Brought into the confidence by Bénédicte, Etienne (Patrick Guérineau) decides to have a word with his son. The opportunity also to discuss their family situation. If Etienne and Bénédicte have not officially decided anything, Dorian has a feeling they’re going to break up. Since they don’t even speak to each other anymore and her father has gone back to live on the boat. While the father of the family recognizes that they did not pay enough attention to him and apologizes for it, Dorian jumps at the chance to claim that’s why he twisted. But he assures her that it won’t happen again. Etienne is therefore understanding. Dorian, Bénédicte and Etienne meet later at the straw hut. The latter then announces to his son that he will return to live at the villa.. Bénédicte is delighted but as soon as Dorian leaves, Etienne dispels any misunderstanding: if he comes back, it’s only for their son. A hard blow for the osteopath.

For her part, Judith (Alice Varela) finds herself alone at the Mas, Alex (Alexandre Brasseur) being in Brittany and Jordan (Maxime Lelue) not being able to work because of a sunstroke. To prevent the closure of the tasting stand, Chloé (Ingrid Chauvin) offers to give him a hand. And since she’s not working today, Marianne joins her daughter. But now she shows herself to be infected with the customers, and in particular with a lady who hesitates between several varieties of oysters. Marianne suspects her of wanting to eat by eye. Judith tries to explain to her grandmother that it is normal for her to want to taste before buying, in vain. Except that Marianne’s behavior could cost Mas and Judith dearly. So Chloe has an idea to keep her mother away. She seeks the help of Christelle Moreno (Ariane Séguillon) to make her believe that there is a problem with the schedules and that she is panicking. If she is embarrassed to leave her daughter and granddaughter to fend for themselves, Marianne has no choice but to go to the hospital. Phew, the plan worked.

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Victory and Nicholas
But Nicolas knows that Victoire has understood everything about him and that the police are looking for him.

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Victory and Samuel
It is therefore high time for Nicolas to punish Victoire by getting rid of Samuel for good.

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Nicholas
The police have no clue about Nicholas’ whereabouts.

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Martin and Aurora
Until Aurore receives a precious phone call from the captain of the harbor office informing her that she has seen movement on a tugboat that has been disused for two years

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Samuel begs his captor to let him live when the shrill sound of police sirens ring out

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Martin and Aurora
Aurore and Martin rushed into the boat but Nicolas and Samuel are nowhere to be found

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Nicholas
And for good reason, Nicolas threw Samuel, fists and feet tied, overboard, before taking over

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While Samuel has managed to rise to the surface and cling to a rope from the tugboat, he tries to call Victoire who is on deck but, weakened, he is unable to shout.

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Victoire
But when Samuel finally let go of the rope and let himself sink, Victoire saw bubbles in the water.

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Victoire
Without thinking, Victoire dives, followed closely by Aurore, in order to rescue Samuel and quickly, the two women manage to bring Samuel back to the edge of the bank and bring him to the surface.

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Samuel and Victory
After a quick assessment of his state of health, Victoire gives mouth-to-mouth to Samuel saving him.



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