On November 17 in Un si grand soleil (France 2, 8:50 p.m.), Christophe plants the seeds of a formidable strategy, and Enric fears being dethroned by Carine.
The tension is still palpable between Cécile (Marie-Gaëlle Cals) and Christophe (Hubert Benhamdine) to the point that Achille (Matthieu Rodriguez) is worried. While Christophe convinces himself that killing his wife is not necessarily the best solution, he receives a call from Elise (Malya Romane) who wants to ask him questions related to the various murders attributed to the Florist.
The noose seems to be tightening, he is forced to put a strategy in place. He finds Sylvio (Marcel Gonzalez) at the church who opens up again about his unhappiness and his inability to forget Janet(Tonya Kinzinger). Christophe reminds him of their previous conversations during which he had expressed the idea of moving away from Montpellier and tells him that after careful consideration, this solution seems beneficial to him in regaining morale. When the priest mentions Paraguay, Christophe strongly encourages him to go there as soon as possible.
After leaving Sylvio, he joins Hugo (Bibi Tanga) for a game of basketball and takes the opportunity to inform him that the priest is leaving Montpellier shortly and that he would need him to accompany him on a marauding trip. Hugo declines due to lack of time but wonders about the hasty, even strange, departure of Sylvio.
Elisabeth saves L Cosmétiques thanks to Boris
In his capacity as staff representative, Enric (Julien Madoua) has never failed but, in this period of salary reassessment, he notes that the employees of L Cosmétiques tend to place their trust more in Carine (Alika Del Sol) to conduct negotiations. He complains about it to Gary (Alban Aumard) who tries to put things into perspective. Elisabeth (Chrystelle Labaude) receives Mr Peeters to review the terms of their contract. The exchanges are lively, and bluff calls are flying.
The boss of L Cosmétiques emerges victorious from this standoff under the complicit eye of Boris (Jules Bahloul). Bilal (Malik Elakehal El Miliani) sees his former intern and comes to apologize to him for getting him fired. Against all expectations, the young man thanks him for having rendered him this service. Elisabeth then intervenes to congratulate Boris on his help in this tough negotiation and offers to hire him as a sales executive. François (Jérémy Covillaud) is delighted that his son has found his way.
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