Tomorrow belongs to us (spoilers): the attacker of Judith and Elsa attacks a third victim

On September 13 in Tomorrow belongs to us (TF1, 7:10 p.m.), Emma joins the Mas, Valentin gets what he wants and Charlie is attacked…

In the episode of tomorrow belongs to us from Tuesday, September 13, 2022, it’s the big day for Emma (Luna Lou), who joins the association for the protection of the pond of Alex (Alexandre Brasseur) as part of its work of general interest. The teenager is delighted to take care of the association’s social networks, but when she arrives at the Mas, Judith is distant with her. The young woman is angry with her father for not having warned her that a young delinquent was coming to work at the Mas. Later, Emma meets Jordan (Maxime Lelue), also employed at the Mas. The current passes very quickly between the two teenagers, which is far from pleasing Judith…

Shortly after, Judith asks Jordan about his impressions of Emma. The young man explains to him that he met Agnès Varda. He finds her cool, although she is a bit special. Judith, surprised that Jordan can find a “cool” delinquent, struggles to hide her jealousy. Jordan makes her understand that he has no attraction for Emma, ​​but that is not enough to reassure the young oyster farmer. She asserts that if Jordan wants to flirt with Emma, ​​he will have to do it outside of his working hours.

At the Daunier-Jacob house, William (Kamel Belghazi) surprises Nordine (Youcef Agal) and Manon (Louvia Bachelier) fooling around by the pool. The situation makes the two men very uncomfortable. Later, William takes advantage of Manon being on the phone with Sofia (Emma Smet) to clear things up with Nordine and make sure their morning frolics don’t happen again. In the afternoon, Nordine helps Manon to train by the pool when Lisa comes back from jogging. The young policeman is embarrassed to learn that the IGPN inspector lives in the house next door… When evening comes, William and Aurore take advantage that Manon and Nordine have gone out to frolic in the house. But to their surprise, the young couple comes home with pizzas for the whole family and surprises them. Amused by this reversal of the situation, Manon reminds her father that there are places to let go…

Charlie is the victim of an attempted assault

At the police station, George receives a call from Darius’ superior (Laurent Secco). The volunteer firefighter was indeed in intervention the evening of the attack on Elsa (Bertille Boros-Turquin), which exonerates him definitively. For their part, Martin (Franck Monsigny) and Lisa (Naïma Rodric) study the profile of all the employees of the spa. The young inspector is particularly interested in Valentin Dumesnil (Thibaut Cattelin)Manon’s ex-boyfriend. Aurore (Julie Debazac) offers to call her daughter to get information about her.

Summoned to the police station, Valentin is questioned by Lisa. Far from being impressed, the young man pushes him around, but his advances do not have the desired effect. Lisa finds it strange that he is employed at the spa, a place where customers are often naked, right after working at La Paillote, where all the customers were in bathing suits. She suspects Valentin of taking advantage of his working hours to find his next victims. Moreover, Valentin has already met Timothée (Grégoire Champion), the latter being a friend of his roommate. Behind the colorless glass, Martin is plagued by doubt. He does not think Valentin guilty but finds his nonchalance very strange. After the interrogation, Sara goes to the school to interrogate Gabriel (Martin Mille). The latter confirms Valentin’s alibi, claiming to have spent the evening of August 31 playing video games with him. Sara asks him all the same if Valentin was aware that Timothée was good at computer coding, which Gabriel confirms to him. He thinks he’s already told her about it.

Released by Sara, Valentin goes to the Spoon and meets Charlie (Clémence Lassalas). While he makes advances to her, the young woman notices that the teenager is sweating and has very hot hands, as if he had a fever. Valentin explains that he is in the midst of a malaria crisis after having caught it in Africa. He offers Charlie to fix it by taking a cold shower with him, but the young woman pushes him away and slips away. After he leaves, Valentin takes a quinine pill and returns to his lair. He summons Timothée to erase his data from the police server, but the young man is too tired to get back to work. To force her to do so, Valentin turns on the light and puts the music on high. Under the eyes of Martin, George (Mayel Elhajaoui) and Roxane (Raphaële Volkoff), the young man manages to erase his fingerprints from the police server. Martin is convinced that now the culprit will get rid of Timothée. In the evening, Charlie passes near a half-open manhole cover when a man attacks him from behind. The young woman manages to escape him and goes to find a piece of wood to defend herself, but her attacker has already vanished…

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Tomorrow belongs to us (spoilers): the attacker of Judith and Elsa attacks a third victim