In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie” … While Emma’s concern for Camille grows, Sacha has a meeting that helps her move forward and Lea explains herself with Boher.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Plus Belle la vie broadcast Wednesday evening on France 3!
Emma discovers that Camille loves Kevin
Faced with her sister’s questions, Emma suspects her of having a crush on Kevin, although she says otherwise. Despite her concerns, Emma decides to leave her alone while she enjoys a trip with friends with Baptiste, César and Barbara. Pressed by Patrick, Kévin tries to find out more about Jacob during a walk with Camille. She confides in him by revealing that she considers Jacob as her father. When Kevin asks her if she would be able to see him again, she says yes. Then, so that she continues to trust him, Kévin in turn reveals the death of his father.
Meanwhile, Emma and Baptiste return home, without news of Camille. Emma then falls on her diary and discovers that her foreboding was good. Kevin accompanies Camille home, promising to call her so they can meet again. But Emma takes him aside and forbids him to see her again …
Sacha tames his handicap
Sacha slowly realizes that he will remain blind all his life. Luna shares her own experience with him when she had to deal with her disability. She emphasizes the importance of those around her, then informs him that she has found a new teacher for her cane lessons. Sacha therefore meets José, blind from birth. His sense of humor allows them to sympathize quickly. They take turns leading each other to the beach. Regaining hope, Sacha shares his joy and his pride with Luna. He shows him that he is able to cross the Place du Mistral on his own. Even if he feels that Luna is avoiding him certain obstacles, that does not prevent him from showing him all his gratitude for the help she has given him.
Jean-Paul takes a back seat for Léa
Jean-Paul is preparing a picnic for Léa and him. However, she has already planned a cooking class with her mother. There, while they are preparing a dish, they remember their stays with Aunt Irene, Jocelyn’s sister. If Babeth has fond memories of it, Lea reminds her that her aunt hated her and tended to favor Emilie. Back home, Léa confesses to Jean-Paul how happy she is to be close to her mother. The latter is understanding, even when Babeth is encrusted for the night.