In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie” … While Vidal is preparing to operate on Aurore, François and Thomas take a step towards reconciliation. Luna is enjoying life at Celestial Solidarity.
Please note, the following paragraphs contain spoilers for the episode of More beautiful life broadcast tomorrow evening on France 3!
Electricity returns to Marseille
Lea asks Betty for help when Aurore begins to convulse again to give her an injection. Meanwhile, Vidal and Jean-Paul arrive at the hospital. While Gabriel takes care of the survivalists who accompany them, in particular Bilal and Ambre, Vidal and Jean-Paul join Léa.
Shortly after, Lea notices that Vidal’s hand is shaking. He admits that he suffers from Huntington’s disease, which is why he had stopped the surgery. The doctor then confides that the tremors stop when he takes his treatment but that his last intake was 3 days ago. Léa asks him to describe the composition of his medicine to him in order to reconstitute it with the means found in the pharmacy of the hospital. If Jean-Paul is worried about entrusting Aurore to a sick man, Lea remains confident.
Vidal swallows the mixture she made for him and waits half an hour for the medicine to take effect. He promises Lea to stop operating if he has any symptoms. Serene, the doctor promises to save Aurore.
At Vidal’s signal, Jean-Paul drives Baptiste’s team on bikes to power the electricity generator. In the OR, Gabriel notices that Vidal’s hand is shaking, but they begin the operation.
Once the operation is over, Gabriel and Vidal entrust Aurore to her parents, telling them that all is well. The other good news is that the electricity is finally back …
Thomas and François reconcile
Pushed by Barbara, Thomas stops making excuses to avoid his brother since he saved him from his assault and goes to the Mistral bar to thank him, especially in view of the resentment that animated them. François does not want to rehash the past. He prefers to focus on the present. He wants their respective establishments to organize themselves so that everyone makes one out of two meals between noon and evening. Thomas approves the idea and helps him cook a lunch which they then distribute to the inhabitants of the Mistral. More and more of them are lining up. Mirta is delighted to see the two brothers reconciled.
Barbara is impressed by the Celestial Solidarity
Barbara goes to see her father at the Celeste. On the way, she walks around the entrance hall where several workshops are organized: knitting, cross stitching, oil lamps, recipes based on edible plants… Barbara is impressed by their resources. She then attends a tai chi class led by her father. For lunch, Barbara joins the group, bringing stale Marci bread to complete the meal. Everyone toast to solidarity.
After which, Bahya notices that Yvonne looks sad and consoles her. On the contrary, Yvonne confesses to him that she would like to stay at Celeste forever because she feels happy and surrounded. She makes the young girl promise to enjoy her life.