In the next episode of “Tomorrow belongs to us” … While the police try to understand the goal of the hostage taker, Anthony shoots Ulysses. Morgane, for her part, wants to leave Sète. And Hadrien installs the Roussels at Alma and Samuel.
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 August 20 in Tomorrow belongs to us …
Anthony shoots Odysseus
The police and the Raid took up positions in front of the Spoon, which is now surrounded. Inside, Anthony heals Sylvain’s injury and asks him not to take any more risks. Charlie agrees: Ophelia is a psychopath. There is no point in playing the hero, you have to keep a low profile. But Ulysses thinks that by working together, they could manage to control her, even if she has a weapon. Sylvain agrees with him, but Anthony tries to dissuade them and finds it hard to hide his nervousness.
Ophélie ends up contacting Martin by phone and reveals to him that she is the leader of the Green Solidarity group, which wishes to warn about pollution in the port of Sète. Its demands are as follows: an immediate ban on all single-use plastics and closure of the port to all boats. Martin tries to address the case of Odysseus, who has asthma, but Ophelia refuses to discuss further until the police respond favorably to his demands.
Karim asks Roxane to find out about Green Solidarity. The latter discovers that this green group does not exist. For Sara, it is a means of covering up matters.
Martin therefore comes to the conclusion that Ophelia is interested in either one of the hostages or the Spoon himself. He asks Roxane to dig into the lives of all the hostages and Sara to take an interest in the building, its location in the city, and neighbors who might have valuables at home.
Inside the Spoon, Chloe keeps thinking about Celeste. Luckily, Alex is there to support her and cheer her up. This hostage-taking ends up bringing them together. Chloe apologizes for getting upset last week about Judith’s future, and Alex in turn apologizes to his ex-wife. He is sorry that he did not live up to their love affair.
A little later, Ophélie orders Tristan and Camille to go down to the cellar to dig, but Camille refuses. She’s exhausted. Alex offers to take his place but Ophelia threatens him with a weapon. If Camille doesn’t obey, she’ll kill him. Charlie grabs the teenager by the arm and takes her with her to the basement.
Ulysses and Alex come up with a plan to subdue Ophelia. They claim that all the hostages are exhausted and that they need to eat to regain their strength. The hostage-taker therefore agrees to let Ulysses go and prepare the meal in the kitchen. He takes advantage of a moment of inattention from Ophélie to grab a knife that he then hides in his pants pocket.
After a while, Ophélie orders Alex to go down to the cellar to take over from Camille. Taking advantage of their kidnapper’s back turned, Ulysses decides to play the hero and throws himself on her. He tries to subdue her and snatch her gun, but Anthony shoots him. The hostages are in shock. Anthony has been in cahoots with Ophélie from the start. As for Ulysses, will he die ?
Morgane wishes to leave Sète
Morgane keeps having nightmares and reliving the scene of her brother’s death in her dreams. She feels like she blames herself for being released and living her life while Franck is dead. Sandrine promises her partner to give her back a taste for life. She therefore suggests that Morgane go on vacation for a few days to change her mind.
Later, Sandrine confides in Victoire that the reunion with Morgane is not as easy as she hoped. Her partner is depressed but she is not sure how to help her get better. She even thinks her vacation proposal won’t change anything. Victoire then suggests to her sister to let go, while adding that Morgane should maybe go talk to a psychologist.
Later in the day, Sandrine and Morgane share a moment of relaxation at the beach. Sandrine asks her partner if she has thought about her vacation idea. Morgane then admits that she can no longer bear living in Sète and feeling the gaze of people on her. For her, the only option is to go far from Sète and start all over again. But is Sandrine ready to give up her life here to follow her?
The Roussels are …