In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us”… While Flore must face the consequences of her actions, Jack discovers the identity of Simon. At the same time, Audrey and Damien exchange a kiss.
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!
Tuesday 1er February in Tomorrow belongs to us…
FLORE MUST FACE THE CONSEQUENCES OF HER ACTS
After being sprayed with a mysterious product, Alex was rushed to the hospital. The next morning, the whole family is at his bedside when Marianne informs them that he has been poisoned with Dichlor, a gas that could have proved fatal if Judith had not reacted so quickly. Now out of trouble, Alex should be better in a few hours.
Meanwhile, Damien analyzed the package received by the Delcourt’s. Chlorine, which is used in the manufacture of chemicals and water treatment, is an extremely toxic gas that attacks the tissues of the mucous membranes and the lungs. For the police, it is therefore obvious that Alex was the victim of an assassination attempt. With Andréa now their main suspect, Commander Constant sends a team to search his home.
Later, Maxime arrives at the police station to find out if the police have arrested Andréa. Although he understands that the situation is difficult for him, Commander Constant clarifies that unfortunately, they have nothing that connects the nanny to this case. Certain that his family is in serious danger, the Delcourt son is waiting for Andréa at the bottom of his house. Furious, Maxime presses him against a wall and threatens to attack him physically if he does not report himself within 24 hours. He then grabs his phone and smashes it to the ground.
Not far from there, Flore offers Bart to drop him off at the Spoon. While getting into his mother’s car, he falls on spray paint. Up against the wall, Flore admits that she was the one who tagged the Delcourt house because she wanted everyone to know that Chloe wasn’t that perfect. She may admit having acted in a childish way, Bart blames himself for having defended her when she was lying from the start.
Without waiting, Flore goes to the station and declares that she is the source of the tag at the Delcourt’s. When the policeman questions here to find out if she has other things to blame herself for, Flore swears that she has nothing to do with the parcel bomb.
Warned by the police, Chloé tells the news to Anna and Marianne. For the latter, Flore was able to poison her granddaughter and try to kill her son-in-law.
At the end of the day, a journalist wrote an incriminating article against Flore with a department head as her only source of information. Convinced that it is Doctor Delcourt, Flore arrives in her office to obtain an explanation. Far from hiding it, Marianne urges him to resign.
At nightfall, Bart returns home and finds his mother unconscious in front of the front door.
JACK DISCOVERS SIMON’S IDENTITY
In high school, François informs his students that the Eloquence competition of the Occitanie region will take place at Agnès Varda high school in two weeks. For this occasion, the high school students will represent the establishment by making a speech on an imposed subject. The winner will win a scholarship of one thousand euros for his secondary studies. Over the next two weeks, students will have to write and deliver pleadings in order to work on language proficiency as well as oral expression. Since only one student can represent Agnès Varda, François will first choose five candidates before choosing the best of them. The selection will begin on Thursday and the high school students will have to present in one minute a key measure for the high school of tomorrow.
While Jordan wants to try the contest to transmit new ideas, Jack wants to compete to clear his mind. He then tells Maud that he has a secret admirer and that he fell in love with him. However, this does not lead to anything because this one avoids it.
Later, Maud and Jack are working on an assignment in the student hall, but the teenager keeps looking at his phone. When Maud mentions Simon, the Roussel son is surprised since he has never mentioned his name in front of his friend. Suspicious, he takes advantage of the teenager’s discussion with their teacher to send a message to Simon. Hearing Maud’s phone vibrate at the same time, Jack decides to send a new message in which he writes “goodbye Simon”.