In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie” … While Caesar bids farewell to Emma, Abdel creates tensions at the wedding of Nisma’s cousin.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Plus Belle la vie broadcast tomorrow evening on France 3!
Camille and Jacob kill Caesar
Coming to his senses in Jacob’s van, Caesar faces Camilla, who asks him if he knows what awaits him. Alas, Caesar replies that he no longer wants to live, and that he suffers too much. Camille guesses it’s about Emma. Out of compassion, she suggests that he bid farewell to his loved ones before they make him disappear.
Caesar accepts and goes to his uncle to tell him that he is moving to Canada. He came face to face with Nebout who, worried not to see the young man come to give his testimony on Jacob at the police station the day before, had come to ask Rochat for information. The announcement of the young man’s departure seems all the more suspicious to him.
Later, Caesar meets Emma in the Old Port. He bids her farewell, announcing that he is leaving for good and will not return. Once his farewell is done, he is taken by Jacob to the construction site, who places him under the rubble spillway that the man used to get rid of his victims.
Caesar closes his eyes and asks him to act quickly, under the remorseful gaze of Camille. Jacob activates the lever, and dumps a ton of rubble on Caesar …
Abdel accompanies Nisma to the wedding of his cousin Lamia. When they arrive there, they are greeted by Nasser, Lamia’s uncle. While Nisma joins the women, Abdel is invited to go to the part reserved for men.
Faced with his disappointed look, Nasser reassures him: the separation only takes place during the ceremony. The party that takes place then is it very mixed. While Nisma happily reunites with her cousin, who talks to her with emotion about her future husband, Abdel talks to Nasser, who introduces her to her son Youssef.
He then suggests to her that Youssef, who is about to take over the family business, would make an excellent husband for Nisma. Abdel immediately cuts the conversation short, and accuses him of medieval practices by considering an arranged marriage.
Nasser points and chases Abdel from the scene. Having witnessed the scene, Amir, the future groom, joins him. He confides in him, admitting that he is getting married only because his parents do not give him a choice, and has no feelings for Lamia, who is 18 years old. At 35, his single life suited him very well.
During the party, Abdel reveals to Nisma what Amir has told him. Not supporting the idea that her cousin could be blinded, she rejects Abdel, accusing him of wanting to spoil her happiness. But as they prepare to take the car back home, Abdel is nowhere to be found. Nisma discovers her cell phone abandoned near the parking lot and warns Alison …