Good news for the faithful of “Tomorrow belongs to us”, an emblematic character will soon make his big comeback in the series.
Warning, this article contains many spoilers for the next episodes of Tomorrow is ours. If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on.
Disappeared from our screens since he faked a heart attack to get out of prison, Victor Brunet (Farouk Bermouga) is coming back soon in Tomorrow belongs to us. And the most ruthless businessman in Sète will come back in a rather comical way.
In a new unpublished extract unveiled in preview on MYTF1, Victor Brunet, who is back in the little Venice of Languedoc, meets Christelle (Ariane Séguillon) and Sylvain (Arnaud Henriet) to sell his house.
” The life of the rich makes you dream and I understand that. A small guided tour in a luxury house is entertaining then it is cheaper than going to the cinema. », Then launches Victor to the Moreno couple.
Then tell his real estate agent, ” You got screwed like a bruise my poor man. Mr. Moreno is a plumber and Ms. social worker. They can’t even afford the portal! “.
However, Victor quickly changes his attitude when he learns that the Moreno have become multimillionaires by winning the jackpot at the casino.
” It is not because we are former poor that we like to be treated like dogs. There are other houses. You can afford dozens like that. “Sylvain and Christelle laugh.
Victor tries to catch up but it is not enough for the Moreno who demand a real apology. ” I am sorry. Maybe I was a little contemptuous. I will make the visit myself to catch up. “.
Christelle and Sylvain, who seriously intend to acquire the house of their dreams, will however play difficult customers. Now penniless since being trapped for traffic and corruption, will Victor give in to their demands?
One thing is certain, TImothée (Grégoire Champion) will also be back as of Monday, November 29 with ” New projects “. And according to the official synopses unveiled by the channel, Victor could be ” confronted with his past While he is looking for a job.
The return of the Brunets in Tomorrow belongs to us will therefore surely not go unnoticed and we can already imagine that Victor will not be long in putting his nose in the shenanigans.