US Here it starts (spoilers): the summary in advance of episode 162 of Tuesday, June 15th
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Teyssier pushes Anaïs and Lisandro in their entrenchments. Lionel visits his sisters and his father. Célia reconsider the situation with his mother to round off the angles.
Tuesday, June 15 In, who , in the morning, the Teyssier discuss the case of Emmanuel (Benjamin Baroche) is picked up against Charlene ( ) asking him to stop getting involved with everything. He will then see Marta to try to change her mind about her blackmail project but it's hardly lost. If he returns Lisandro ( ) or Anaïs, Marta will say to everyone that Teyssier kissed him. The teacher then launches to his pupil that she will pay her attitude.
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Teyssier pushes Lisandro and Anaïs in their Retrench
Teyssier will then see Lisandro and Anaïs to tell them that they can stay both. When Antoine () learns it, he does not understand the director's decision, no more than Guillaume. During the service of Double A, ( , ) is very tense and ends up making a collapse in full restaurant against Lisandro who tries to calm him down. The student is then going up the straps by Teyssier who tells him he knows it's him who posted the photo of Lisandro and Anaïs on social networks.
Later, Teyssier will see Lisandro to force him to leave Anaïs or he will rot his reputation. After a discussion with Rose who advises him to break, Lisandro sees Anaïs in the salt marshes and he tells her that everything is finished with each other because he does not want to sacrifice his son and career for a relationship of just a few weeks.
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Meet the family of Lionel
Salome, Laetitia and Kelly celebrate the victory of the latter on Lionel during their culinary challenge. The young man refuses to recognize that Kelly beat him. Then,Vincent will speak to Célia de his mother to advise him to reconcile with her. It also apologizes that they have not been able to protect it better at the time of its separation with Alice ( who have just moved to the area. They cook for them, but when one of his sisters asks for a special cake for his birthday, he replies that he does not have time because of the exams. The girl has a young girl is very disappointed. Célia reconciles with his mother
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