In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie”… While the inauguration of the new hotel on the Place du Mistral is taking place, the police organize an extremely dangerous rescue mission. For his part, would Mouss have regained his authority?
Warning, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of More beautiful life broadcast tomorrow night on France 3!
Elodie is saved by the police
Scared to death, Elodie has no choice but to stay with Juan. For their part, Bastien and Luna are forced to leave the inauguration of the new hotel on the Place du Mistral to join the police. Bastien entrusts the management of the event to his children.
Hugo, Sunalee, Pablo and Akira therefore present the new hotel to the Mistralians. After prolonging the suspense, they reveal its new name: Le Zéphyr.
During this time, the police plan to play on the element of surprise to bring together all of Juan’s guards in the same place as a diversion. At nightfall, Bastien and Luna honk at the entrance. The police team thus arrest Juan’s guards. As he hits Elodie and is about to rape her, Jean-Paul goes inside. He arrests the drug dealer.
Mistralians are invited to visit the interior of the Zephyr. Mirta is absolutely overjoyed.
Revel takes Elodie on board to collect her testimony. He reassures Jean-Paul about the promise he made. So Bastien can go back to the hotel with her and tell the truth to their children…
Mouss gets tricked by teens
Rochat and Mouss note the deplorable state of the students’ home. The young CPE promises the headmaster to make it spotless by the end of the day. His strategy is to designate a student in charge of the place. He chooses to trust Betty for this position. She can organize the household as she wishes and have the other students take care of it.
The teenager accepts and immediately thinks of organizing a party there with the complicity of Noé, Bilal and Kilian. Seeing them cleaning the fireplace, Mouss congratulates them. He does not realize that the teenagers are manipulating him to get the keys to the room. That way they’ll have time to party, then tidy up and clean up before Monday morning.
Back home, Mouss proudly tells Nathan about the strategy he implemented and which paid off. He is far from suspecting that teenagers are partying at home and dirtying it.