Tomorrow is ours (spoilers): Samuel is shot (again) and Nordine falls in love

On Friday July 29 in Tomorrow is ours (7:10 pm, TF1), a new shooting was the target of Samuel and his relatives. On her part, Nordine asked about her relationship…

On the July 29 episode of Tomorrow Belongs to Us, the man who follows Samuel (Axel Kiener) organizes another attack, but not on the stud this time. It was in his house Samuel is attacked while having lunch with Victoire (Solène Hébert) and Anne-Marie (Véronique Jannot). Seeing the scene through the window, Aurore intervened and shot the assassin, knocking his gun over. But the shooter fled. When she talks about it with her colleagues, Aurore (Julie Debazac) explains that she thinks she saw the silhouette of a man but is not sure. The analysis of the rifle confirmed that it belonged to Solange, the same one used to shoot Samuel when he got off the horse. Still suspected by the police, Paul (Rotem Jackman) explained that he was at the stud during the shooting but no one could prove…

After the attack, Renaud (Pierre Deny) finds his son in the hospital and asks him if he’s okay. Samuel sends him away saying that if he wanted what really happened at the stud 10 years ago, he wouldn’t be in danger. Renaud always assured that he had nothing special to say. At this time DNA samples were taken from the weapon and a match was found in police files : the marks on the weapon belong to Diane Ferry… Elsewhere in the hospital, Victoire reassures Anne-Marie, in a state of shock, who thinks that the man who followed her the other day is the shooter. . When she finds herself in the toilet, Victoire refuses and confides in Nicolas (Carl Vervier) who reassures her as best he can. Elsewhere in Sète, Emma (Luna Lou) offers Camille (Elisa Ezzedine) to invite her followers to their party because all their friends are on vacation. If Camille is reluctant to leave, he was quickly convinced by his friend despite Dorian’s (Rayane Huber) misgivings. And the young man becomes more suspicious when Emma starts talking about “proto”, nitrous oxide, a funny gas used by the medical community that is hijacked by young people to do drugs. , even if it means losing their lives.

Nordine and Manon soon as a couple?

After a small fight between Emma and Charlie (Clémence Lassalas) in Paillotte, the guests arrive at the Perrauds’ where the party is full. While everyone seems to be having fun, the same cannot be said Dorian worried about seeing so many people. She shares her worries with Camille who, intoxicated by her killjoy side, decides to go to Emma. It’s in bed breathing nitrous oxide that Dorian finds them, hilarious. And it was timely because it allowed him to cover for Camille when her mother called to find out if everything was fine … At the end of La Paillotte, Manon studied while waiting for Nordine to go to looking at him, as Charlie had predicted. Arriving later, Manon (Louvia Bachelier) rushes to one of the beach attendants to make him jealous. The technique works and makes Nordine (Youcef Agal) think hard, wondering if he is not in love with Manon…

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Paul is still a suspect

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He destroys evidence of Diane Ferry’s existence

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Did Renaud say everything?

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Who is trying to kill Samuel?

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Camille organized a party at her house

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Emma urged him to invite his followers

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Dorian is not very hot

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The young man thinks that Camille is still very weak

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Nordine has a crush on Manon

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He didn’t know what to think of his feelings

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Manon loves him

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