Summary of episode 1627 of Tomorrow belongs to us broadcast Wednesday February 21, 2024 on TF1. Camille is having a hard time finding a place in the wine industry. Filipina doesn't really appreciate it and the young woman struggles to assert herself. She arrives late because of the time constraints imposed by her electronic bracelet, but Philippine doesn't want to know. While she reprimands him, Victor arrives and ends the discussion. Later, Camille carries the boxes of wine and drops one because of its weight. Diego hears him and comes to his aid. He suggests she use a hand truck. Camille then understands that Philippine deliberately forgot to tell her about this very practical tool on the wine estate. When she returns home, Camille puts a bandage on herself after being injured at work. Martin is surprised that Philippine did not provide him with equipment for treatment at the estate. Camille then admits to him that the businesswoman doesn't like him very much and she feared that this injury would be a new reason to reproach him. Martin promises Camille not to tell Raphaëlle so as not to worry her but asks her to alert him if Philippine continues to undermine her morally.
Audrey makes a blunder
Encouraged by Sarah, George understands that he must confess, despite his fears, to Melody that he is going to be the father of Vanessa. After the blow of Vanessa's greeting card and the chill that it threw into their magnificent evening on Valentine's Day, the police officer is skeptical but he chooses to listen to his friend. He asks Mélody to join him for lunch, when Nordine shows up and keeps them company. This is not really the ideal time to tell him such news. They are supposed to meet for dinner but Mélody crashes it. And for good reason, Audrey made a mistake a little earlier in the day and told Mélody everything about Vanessa's imminent birth…
Gilles is better
Gilles was operated by Renaud with success. A few hours later, he woke up in pretty good shape despite the anesthesia. He admits to the police having confronted Villard and fought with him but he did not kill him. He assures that he was alive when they left each other. The police discover, thanks to Timothythat Jonot lied. They decide to arrest him but the man flees. When they inspect the trunk of his car, it is stained with blood. Would he have killed Villard himself?