In the next episode of “Un Si Grand Soleil” … While Tristan Chapuis complains, Eliott realizes that he has been duped.
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Monday, October 25 in Un si grand soleil…
TRISTAN CHAPUIS COMPLAINT HOLDER
In order to unravel the mystery surrounding the death of Laurent Viel, Becker questions Janet to find out if a heart can continue to beat after a fatal fall. Although it is possible, Dr Lewis specifies, however, that it is unlikely. Noticing that he is preoccupied with the matter, Janet urges him to let his men investigate and take care of their marriage more.
Later, Tristan came to sign his statement at the police station. Leaving the scene, he crosses paths with Clément and has fun asking him for an apology for having been wrong all along the line in this affair. Exasperated, the police commissioner advises him not to play smart because the investigation is not yet over. As he is convinced that Tristan killed Laurent Viel, Becker is determined to prove it.
Subsequently, Clément explains to Manu that it is very likely that Laurent Viel did not die instantly. If the latter survived his fall, the alibi of Tristan Chapuis no longer holds water. Also, he charges Manu to find him proof.
At the end of the day, Chapuis meets the prosecutor Bernier because he wishes to file a complaint against Becker for having carried out an investigation against him. Chapuis then tells him the reasons which ended their friendship twelve years earlier and then affirms that Becker seeks revenge for having destroyed his marriage.
ELIOTT REALIZES HE HAS BEEN FUCKED
Wishing to devote himself to his new project with Alicia, Eliott offers Dylan to take over the management of 101. He accepts.
Eliott later gets annoyed that Alicia hasn’t come to their date. While trying to reach her, the young man discovers that his number is no longer assigned. Without waiting, he goes to the Boisserons’ apartment and discovers with amazement that Alicia, Sam and Gaspard have moved.
Furious at having been so easily fooled by Alicia, Eliott calls his mother who tells him that Gaspard did not come to high school. In order to clarify this story, he goes to prosecutor Bernier to get answers. Even if he confirms that Alicia is well gone with all her family, the latter unfortunately refuses to tell him where they are.
Meanwhile, Alicia and Gaspard are on their way to their new life. As the teenager regrets not being able to say goodbye to his friends, Alicia reminds him that he can no longer have contact with anyone. After throwing the teenager’s phone in the trash can of a gas station, mother and son hit the road again without realizing that Gaspar has dropped his high school card.
At the same time, Eliott drowns his sorrows in alcohol. While Charles advises him to turn the page, he retorts that it is impossible.