Tomorrow belongs to us: what awaits you in episode 1389 of Thursday March 23, 2023 [SPOILERS]
In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us”… While the killer has chosen his new victims, Charlie makes things clear with Soizic. At the same time, Alma and Benjamin reconcile.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Tomorrow belongs to us broadcast tomorrow evening on TF1! If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on!
Thursday March 23 in Tomorrow belongs to us…
THE KILLER HAS CHOSEN HIS NEW VICTIMS
Chloe and Alex are safe and sound. Indeed, the arrival of Captain Hassan scared the serial killer away.
Subsequently, the scientific police were dispatched to the Delcourt home. After analyzing the couple’s computer, investigators are able to confirm that the killer did broadcast “The Adventures of Mina” from an untraceable USB key. Meanwhile, Aaron Leclerc is about to go into the operating room when Martin and Sara arrest him to take him to the police station.
It must be said that Aaron is the common denominator between the murder of the Chassagnes, the break-in at the home of Roxane and Sara and the attempted homicide of the Delcourts. Although he sometimes gets angry at neglectful parents, Aaron points out that this does not make him a murderer. Regarding his adoption, the doctor claims to have wonderful parents and that he has nothing to repair with respect to his biological parents.
As for the DVD of “Adventures of Mina”, he explains that he bought it at a second-hand shop because he watched this cartoon all the time when he was little. While Martin tries to find out what he was doing yesterday before going to the hospital, Aaron replies that he was hiking alone on the heights of the city. His cell phone was therefore off all afternoon before he turned it back on when he returned home to make a phone call to his father. Martin then promises to check his alibi before adding that they will have to take a DNA sample.
Later, Lisa joins Victoire at the Spoon. Even though she doesn’t know Aaron very well, Victoire finds it hard to believe that he could be a serial killer. According to her, Dr. Leclerc is someone who is professional and attentive to the children he treats. In addition, Victoire found him sincere when he felt guilty for having left an incendiary message to the Chassagne couple. For her part, Lisa tells him that she is right to report all this to him because she would not want to accuse an innocent person again.
Not far from there, Chloé and Alex tell Marianne that the police suspect Aaron of being the serial killer. Hearing this, Doctor Delcourt replies that she hopes the investigators are wrong because Aaron is an excellent surgeon whom the children adore.
At the police station, Georges informs his colleagues that Doctor Leclerc’s DNA does not match the drop of blood found on Corinne Chassagne’s dress. Sara then remembers his wife kicking their assailant in the ribs. If Aaron is the killer, he should have a bruise on his right side. Only, the latter has no trace on the body. Furthermore, as the fadettes confirm that he was indeed at home at the time of the attempted murder of the Delcourts, Aaron cannot be the killer and is therefore cleared.
For her part, Lisa asks Commander Constant to remove her from the investigation definitively. Indeed, the young woman has followed two false leads and no longer thinks she has the necessary perspective. Once he promises to do the needful, Martin praises her for her bravery.
Afterwards, Lisa goes to high school to spend time with Amel. Shortly after, the Hassan sisters come across Benoît who is trying to get news of the investigation. Lisa then reveals that she withdrew from the case and then confides that she feels ashamed of not having been able to catch the serial killer. To comfort her, Benoît and Amel try to reassure her. The day being over, Lisa invites Benoît to join them for a movie but he declines on the pretext of having a lot of copies to correct.
At nightfall, the murderer prints photos of his victims. After the Chassagnes and the Delcourts, he now plans to go after Alma and Benjamin…
CHARLIE MAKES THINGS CLEAR WITH SOIZIC
Charlie and François spend the morning in bed but this little romantic moment is interrupted by the incessant calls from Soizic. Fearing that it is important, François picks up. Having forgotten her badge at her ex-husband’s, she intends to get it back later in the day. Information that does not please Charlie at all, who knows that his rival did it on purpose.
For his part, William has not lost a crumb of this conversation and asks his colleague if his plan is working. According to her, no man has ever come close to François. She is therefore ready to fuck up her life to win him back. Besides, Soizic is convinced that it is only a matter of time before François realizes that they are made for each other. Despite everything, William advises his colleague to be wary of Charlie who is not a child at heart.
Soizic then goes to high school to collect his badge. The opportunity for Doctor Vernet to offer François a box of chocolates to give to Charlie to be forgiven. After kissing him on the cheek, Soizic takes him in his arms before leaving. Charlie, who sees her doing it, catches up with Soizic at the end of high school to do a little clarification. Seeing clearly in her game, she guarantees that it won’t work and that she won’t get François back. While war is well and truly declared between them, Soizic promises Charlie that they will see each other again very soon.
At the end of the day, Charlie confides in Nathan about the discussion she had with Soizic. He therefore advises her not to respond to her rival’s provocations. At the same time, Charlie receives a message from Jules Corkas, her ex-boyfriend. For Nathan, she should take the opportunity to make François jealous.
ALMA AND BENJAMIN RECONCILIATE
Alma and Benjamin continue their search for an apartment and Doctor Ventura shows his companion photos of a pretty good property with two bedrooms. When he explains that the second bedroom could be used for their guests or for a child, Alma takes the fly. After reminding her that he had promised not to pressure her, Alma remarks to her that she has a self-sufficient son and that she likes her life the way it is. As he grapples with whether the idea of having a child with him is unbearable, Alma questions him whether he wants a baby out of love for her or just to tick a box. Indeed, the English teacher sometimes has the impression that her companion takes her for a womb. Words that offend Benjamin.
Later, Benjamin accompanies Alma to high school. The opportunity for the couple to once again evoke the doctor’s desire for paternity. Alma, who feels that he is trying to impose his choices on her, makes her understand that she sacrificed far too many things and that she was too young when she became a mother. Independent and fulfilled today, Alma would like to stay that way. At the same time, Benoît misses nothing of their exchange.
In the afternoon, Alma has a coffee at the Spoon with Victoire and says that the more Benjamin talks to her about having a child, the more she gets angry. The worst part is that if he pushed her a little less, she could almost reconsider things. Shortly after, their discussion is interrupted by François and Benoît, who then takes the opportunity to seek some pedagogical advice from Alma. To give him books on the subject, she invites him to come by her house the next day.
For his part, Benjamin gives himself up to William. According to him, Alma does not want a child with him. If she really loved him, he thinks she should want to. For his part, William thinks he should give her time to come back to him.
At nightfall, Alma picks up Benjamin from the hospital. Not liking arguments, she didn’t want to dwell on it. Benjamin apologizes to her for her attitude before telling her that he is afraid that she does not want to have a child with him. For her, on the contrary, he is the only person who could make her change her mind. Indeed, Alma is perhaps not as closed as she wants to make believe and promises to think about it. To seal their reconciliation, they kiss.