In the aftermath of the November 13 attacks, a psychoanalyst receives five patients. Through their sessions, the series probes the flaws of a society in shock.
Adel immediately announces that he has broken up with Ariane, convinced that she is being manipulated by Dayan. In a burst of anger, he also reveals to the analyst everything he has discovered about her: his daughter, his father in nursing home, his wife who is cheating on him ... Dayan manages to appease him and tries to help him. to remember Algeria.
Imagining Dayan's income, Adel is indignant at the modesty of his own salary, which he considers ridiculous given the risks of his job. After a very violent training, his anxieties reappeared during his evening with Ariane. Dayan thinks Ariadne is just a distraction for Adel, taking him away from the real issue. He is determined to understand what the photo found at his father's house crystallizes in him.
Dayan goes to Ariane. He confesses his feelings to her again, feels ready to have a story with her. Later, at Esther's, devastated, he recounts what happened between him and his patient.
Camille arrives at the meeting free of her casts, but exhausted by her evening the night before. At a party, she let herself be seduced by a water polo player and retains a bitter taste. Unable to fall asleep, she remembers her accident and tells Dayan about it. He then discovers what she was hiding from him.
Camille is on edge. She would like Dayan to write her report as soon as possible. Dayan makes her talk about her divorced parents, and her swimming coach with whom she has a special relationship.
Camille's father is waiting for him in front of Dayan's office. Cold, she pushes him away but he ends up imposing himself to attend the session, where he tries to prove that he is a good father. Camille expresses all her anger at him at having felt abandoned.
Dayan is cranky, he has rather intimate medical problems. In bad faith, he accuses Esther of having badly advised him in the management of Ariane's transfer. The latter pointed out to him that he was under no obligation to follow her recommendations. Ariane may have awakened in him an old wound, which goes beyond the simple issue of desire and adultery.
Ariane almost lost a 15-year-old patient injured in the Bataclan attacks. Devastated, she looks back on her own adolescence and makes important revelations about Serge, her father's friend who spent a summer with them. Ariane, obsessed with Dayan and convinced that she has put her patient's life in danger, sees no other solution than to stop the therapy.
Adel, finally back, finally finds the courage to recount the traumatic event he experienced in Algeria as a child. As he advances in therapy considerably, he prepares to make a decision that Dayan no doubt self-destructs, who tries to alert him.
After the tensions of the previous session, Damien and Léonora have found a certain bond. They decided to take some time for themselves and stop therapy. But an unforeseen event will change the order of things.
After a disturbing daydream, Dayan, bruised, listens to Ariane tell him about her evening with Adel. The announcement of his break with Cédric creates a moment of bond between them, which leads the psychoanalyst to entrust his patient with part of his story. But Ariane receives a phone call which abruptly puts an end to their peaceful exchange.
A psychoanalysis office in the 11th arrondissement of Paris. Ariane, a young surgeon, has been Philippe Dayan's patient for a year. After the attacks, she found herself on the front line in the hospital and had a nightmarish weekend. However, today, she is not there only for that: she finally feels ready to share a heavy secret with her therapist.
After having hesitated for a long time, Ariane finally accepted the marriage proposal of her companion Cédric. Dayan, who can't help but be confused, invites him to explore the reasons for this sudden turnaround.