Il Paradiso delle Ladies 8, Tancredi discovers who Odile is?
Yes The Ladies’ Paradise 8, Tancredi discovers who Odile is? The doubt arises in episode 6 of season 7 when Tancredi updates Matilde on a beauty contest. After all the progress and emancipation, many girls still look for the rich man to get married and no longer worry about the future. Adelaide begs Italo to warn them that she won’t be joining them for breakfast. The blame is placed on the usual migraine. Matilde is certain that the migraine is nothing serious. Frigerio is certain that the Countess would have already contacted the doctor if she had deemed it appropriate. Tancredi imagines that it is a disappointment linked to the guest who will not come. The famous Odile is behind her aunt’s illness, according to Marco’s brother. She’s not wrong. Tancredi is suspicious: the fatted calf is missing and it seems like the return of Prodigal Son!
The play on words makes us prick up our antennas. Of all the expressions, “prodigal son”.
Il Paradiso delle Ladies 8, does Tancredi help Umberto discover the truth about Odile?
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In the promo for episode 8 of season 8 we see Tancredi who confronts Umberto about the Countess’ mood, which changed precisely in correspondence with the turning points in Odile’s story.
Just think back to his triumphal entry into Villa Guarnieri in episode 1 of season 8. Tancredi is on the phone with a doctor. He hangs up the phone and then speaks to Matilde. She was right. She will be able to do everything again. Tancredi is willing to do anything: she is the only thing without which he cannot go forward. Adelaide enters the Villa and does everything not to disturb. The Countess is enchanting. It’s just appearance. He just longs for a bed. She has no intention of going to the club. The Countess longs to “get under the covers” with her “passion”. You are referring to the finest Swiss chocolate. When they return she will already be sleeping. How things have already changed!
Tancredi, certainly, puts a good flea in the Commendatore’s ear.