In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us” … While Victoire has disappeared, Manon leaves the Spoon. At the same time, Maud tries to get closer to Jack.
Attention, the following paragraphs contain spoilers on the episode of Tomorrow belongs to us broadcast tomorrow evening on TF1! If you don’t want to know anything, don’t read on!
Friday 1er October in Tomorrow belongs to us …
At the hospital, Victoire is awakened by the music playing in a loop and the cry of a person whom she hears in the distance. If Sandrine thinks her daughter is having a nightmare, Victoire actually has new hallucinations.
For his part, Renaud learned that Victoire had a new crisis which forced Marianne to sedate her the night before. Even if physiologically everything is fine, the doctors are particularly worried about his mental health and fear that this will compromise the success of the transplant or even that it will jeopardize his vital prognosis. As Marianne wants to talk to the family about it, Renaud advises her to stay vague until she can make a clear diagnosis.
Not far from there, Georges is at his companion’s bedside. In the grip of a new hallucination, Victoire confuses Georges with the mysterious stranger who is trying to strangle her and punches him in the face. Panicked, Victoire begs her companion to stop this man. Georges then tries to reassure her and swears that he won’t let anyone hurt her before hugging her.
Soon after, he reports the incident to William and Samuel. When Georges and Sandrine ask questions to understand what is really going on, Doctor Chardeau explains that Victoire has visual and auditory hallucinations. The attacks can be frequent, he advises them to stay at his bedside to calm her in case of recurrence.
Later, Victoire tells Doctor Daunier that she is perfectly conscious during her seizures. Believing that the cause of his hallucinations is organic, William gives him an MRI but the results show no trace of a stroke. The track of the cerebral lesion being definitively ruled out, Victoire understands that her visions come under psychiatry and that it is her head which rejects the graft. However, William is reassuring and indicates that everything will return to order with time. Georges, who is relieved, then finds Mona and Sandrine to keep them informed.
As for Victoire, she is touched by another auditory hallucination and has the impression of going mad. Unfortunately, things get worse when she looks at herself on Sandrine’s cell phone and sees blood running down her face. While her mother asks what’s wrong, Victoire pretends to want to rest. When Georges enters the room shortly after, the young woman has disappeared.
MANON LEAVES THE SPOON
With the Dauniers, William takes advantage of a private moment with Manon to remind her of the importance of studies in life. Understanding that her father has trouble seeing her grow up, Manon assures us that she knows very well what she is doing and specifies that she loves working with Vanessa.
Later, Vanessa teaches Manon how to make a julienne of vegetables. But by showing her how to proceed with the cutting, the chef cuts herself with her finger. While Manon takes a little time to react, Vanessa gets carried away and does not hesitate to call her all names.
The chef being unable to cook because of her injury, it is therefore the Daunier girl who takes care of cutting the vegetables. Unfortunately, it’s not good enough for Vanessa who orders him to start over again and again until it’s perfect. Once the vegetables are completely cut, Vanessa no longer wants to make a julienne and decides to make a soup. Furious, Manon says that everyone hates her then returns her apron.
MAUD TRYING TO GET CLOSE TO JACK
At the Spoon, Raphaëlle understood that Manon had fallen in love with Jack and gives seduction advice to her daughters. Arriving atAt high school, Manon approaches Jack in the classroom. When they discuss literature, the latter indicates that he fell in love but that it was not reciprocal. However, he adds that he is doing much better and has moved on.
In French class, François asks his students to pair up to give a presentation on a 20th century novel of their choice. Maud and Jack therefore decide to work together to the chagrin of Lizzie who would have preferred to be with her brother. At the end of the course, Maud goes to the Roussels to work on the presentation. As Jack leaves for his bedroom to retrieve a DVD, Maud takes the opportunity to question Lizzie about the girl who broke Jack’s heart. Uncomfortable,…