In the next episode of “Plus belle la vie” … While the association of Abdel and Nisma achieves a miracle, Léa criticizes Jean-Paul for abandoning her. Luna as for her, can no longer support her daily life at the Celestial.
Warning, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of More beautiful life broadcast tomorrow evening on France 3!
Alison is back
Abdel tries to reach Jean-Paul at the police station. The latter being absent, Abdel comes across Ariane and reveals to her that he is near the Italian border watching a minibus in which the girls will be taken to Syria. When the minibus starts, Abdel runs to his car to follow it. On the road, Mwuaffaq and the girls stop. Nisma takes advantage of being alone with Amina to bond with her and open her eyes to her situation.
Finally, Amina confesses that she misses her mother. When they arrive at the port, they pray together for courage. As Mwuaffaq approaches them, the young girls run to escape him. He pursues them with a weapon. Abdel intervenes and succeeds in disarming him despite a superficial wound. Meanwhile, Nisma and Amina flee. Once the police are there, Ariane takes Abdel into custody.
For her part, Nisma leads Amina to the bedside of her very weakened mother. In the middle of this reunion, Alison arrives at the apartment …
Luna is depressed
Faced with a client of the Celestial who complains of a itchy glove, Luna loses patience and sends him for a walk. Mirta points out that he is not the first to complain about his behavior. She reminds her daughter that the hotel industry requires making customers happy, no matter how painful they are. Luna admits that it is more and more difficult to accept it.
Later, Sacha announces to Luna that he will move to Bordeaux with Victoire. Even though she tries to cover it up, Luna is devastated.
Luna finds solace in alcohol, which she still lacks when trying to hold back an unhappy customer. After which, Luna is so depressed about ending up like her mother that she imagines herself hanging herself.
Jean-Paul and Léa reconcile
Léa resents Jean-Paul for prioritizing his work over their family life although he promises to be more present for her and their baby as soon as he has completed his mission.
While the policeman comes to Abdel’s aid, Léa reassures Blanche about Noah’s future. She meets the judge in charge of her case in order to present her with an alternative to juvenile prison: the TIG organized by the town hall. Léa hopes to send the teens to the session which begins on Tuesday, but the judge is absolutely not convinced by this program.
For his part, Noé is very worried, unlike Bilal and Betty who think that their act will have no serious consequences.
Back at Jean-Paul’s, Léa learns that her companion has finally finished his mission and that he will be able to be present for their couple. He also encourages him to defend Noah.