Episodes 63/64 - Whatever It Takes
Josephine thought she would finally be able to go on vacation. What a surprise when she ends up having to stay at the camp to fill in for Andre, who has injured his neck. But actually, Josephine has a very special mission: to take care of her client, Olivier, who has divorced his wife Mathilde but still loves her. For the first time at Paradise Camping, Tom teams up with Josephine to play guardian angel, in an episode full of surprises and magic!
Parizot, infatuated with his charming neighbor Fabienne, changes his personality and adapts his rigid ideas to seduce her. Parizot's legendary hypocrisy is going to reach new heights!
Episodes 65/66 - Family Reunions
Benoit and Julien, brothers but total opposites, meet up at the camp to celebrate the 10th birthday of Benoit's son Leo. They were very close when they were younger. But Benoit is anxious about seeing Julien after three years and gets a little jealous of how well he gets along with his son. What is the secret that has held them so far apart?
Sabine comes to the camp to meet up with her new boyfriend Laurent and spend their first romantic vacation together. But Laurent unexpectedly shows up with his 19-year-old son Max, whose vacation plans with his buddies have fallen through. Sabine and Laurent adapt to include him, but Max pulls mean tricks on Laurent to try to get him to leave. Maybe Max showing up wasn't really a last-minute change of plans?
Misunderstandings abound when Andre thinks Tom wants him to retire, but Tom actually thinks Andre wants to retire.
Episodes 67/68 - The Old and the New
Yann and Servane, proud Celtic descendants of Brittany's culture and heritage, meet up with their daughter Soizick, who introduces them to her new boyfriend Damien - from Normandy! As she deals with their shock, she also has to let them know that she won't be taking over the family business in Brittany.
Jonathan runs into the beautiful Cordelia and is love-struck. He finds a bottle washed up on the shore with a letter inside. Cordelia wrote the letter to forget about someone she loved. Jonathan, touched by the letter, is determined to approach her, but he's shy. So he uses the letter - and gets caught in a trap of lies when it works!
Gilles' being single gets on everyone's nerves.
Episodes 69/70 - To Our Fathers
In his last will and testament, a man asked his wife and son to scatter his ashes at Paradise Camping on a particular day. They don't know that a young woman has come there for the same reason. Who is she?
Amandine comes back to the camp to introduce her new boyfriend to her old buddies. The boyfriend has a daughter from a previous marriage. It's tough trying to be a good step-mom when the girl constantly talks about her mother with her dad. Luckily, Amandine can count on her friends to be her allies. But what's the deal with Xavier? Amandine hasn't seen him since they broke up.
Parizot wants to be the most "liked" photographer on the Internet. When Gilles decides to become a Buddhist monk, Parizot seizes the opportunity to use him as a photographic subject.
Episodes 71/72 - Play That Funky Music
Just when Tom is wondering if it might be time to sell the campsite, he gets knocked out and wakes up... in 1976! Bell-bottom pants and wide lapels, CitroĂ«n 2CVs and Volkswagen vans are everywhere! Tom is amazed to see the campsite in the old days, run by his parents.
An episode full of laughs and emotion that rocks to the cult hits of the 1970's!
Episodes 73/74 - First Love
Lea and her parents come to the campsite. Lea, 17, isn't feeling well. Her parents assume it's just an adolescent phase. Then her boyfriend Thibault surprises her by showing up at the camp. He thinks it's high time they tell Lea's parents that they are expecting a baby and happy about it, even if they are still minors.
Margot can't wait to introduce her new boyfriend to her childhood buddy Olivia. What a surprise they get when she introduces them! Benjamin and Olivia were once lovers, a fact they keep hidden from Margot.
Xavier falls head-over-heels for Parizot's sister, Berengere.
Episodes 75/76 - The Big Leap
Charlotte, one of Audrey's childhood friends, shows up at the campsite with her son Lucas. She's come for more than just a social visit. She has an upcoming job interview in the area, with the intention of moving there with her son. She hasn't said anything about yet it to her parents, Martine and Jean-Claude, who will be joining them there next week. Only thing is, their plans have changed and they decide to show up early! Lucas is very attached to his grandparents and Martine takes care of him as if he was her own son. How is Charlotte going to break the news to her parents, who have always been by her side to help her out, that she is moving 600 miles away from them and taking Lucas with her?
Lucie and Geraldine come camping for the first time without their parents. Geraldine has the responsibility of looking after her little sister, which she isn't too happy about! She never imagined for a single second that Lucie would secretly invite her boyfriend Julien along. Lucie has decided to take that big step with him and experience making love for the first time. Except that Geraldine thinks young Julien seems a little too self-confident. She fears that Lucie might just become one of many on his list - and end up permanently disillusioned about love.
Episodes 77/78 - Stay-at-Home Dad
Sylvain has been a stay-at-home father for two years now, following a stroke that luckily left no lasting damage. Laetitia is the one who has been working and paying the household expenses, while Sylvain spends most of his time taking care of Lili. But one of his former co-workers shows up at the campgrounds, and despite himself, revives Sylvain's professional past and glory days. At certain times of the day when Lili needs him less, Sylvain starts feeling fed up with his shopping and laundry duties.
Camille, who has just graduated high school with honors, is all set to begin medical school next year. But what her separated parents don't know is that she has passed a qualifying exam behind their backs. Her father, a former musician who owns a recording studio in London, learns about it from a friend and comes to the campsite to talk it over. Sandrine blows her top at the idea of her daughter moving to London to pursue a difficult career.
Parizot ends up in a wheelchair after Tom knocked him down. While Tom is stuck taking care of him, Parizot finds out that Tom has a crush on a camper named Eleonore and decides to coach him.
Episodes 79/80 - A Golden Voice
Sarah shows up at camp with her daughter Chloe and her new partner Thierry, who has also brought his daughter Rose. The campsite is putting on a singing contest, but when Tom encourages the girls to participate, Thierry immediately forbids his daughter to sign up. What is the secret about his deceased wife, the mother of his daughter, that is still making Thierry suffer? Is he really ready to start something new with Sarah?
Tom's aunt Muriel, who has moved away to live for most of the year in Canada, comes to visit her nephew. Tom is delighted. But as time goes by, Muriel becomes increasingly difficult to deal with. She wants to make big decisions about the campsite, which destabilizes Tom. He starts to wonder what Muriel's real intentions are. What is she really thinking?
Parizot has the hots for Muriel and decides to try to win her over. He bribes his campsite neighbor to teach him how to play guitar, so he can participate in the singing contest.
Episodes 81/82 - A Marriage in Paradise
Jessica and FranĂ§ois are getting married at the campsite and their families meet for the first time. An unusual situation! A car mechanic and public notary don't usually share the same social circles. One side has brought along a rabbi and the other seems to be fairly faithful to Catholic traditions. The camp team have a lot of work to do to manage the event! In addition to their logistical challenges, they've got to deal with all the various conflicts that arise from this unusual mix in order to make the marriage happen. If it does happen, that is.
Episodes 83/84 - My Beautiful Life
It's Tom's birthday, but he's feeling blue about where he's at in life. He gets stung by a wasp and goes into anaphylactic shock. He wakes up in a bright white chamber, greeted by an angel who looks just like Parizot. Tom's day of reckoning has come! He's riddled with regret over his choices. What would his life have been like if he'd married Christelle, his first love? Would he have been a good dad if they'd had kids? Could he have made the campground a thriving business? Or become a successful baker? The Parizot angel shows Tom snippets of how his life would have turned out, if he'd made different choices.
Episodes 85/86 - Like Mother, Like Daughter
Tara and Antoine are hunkered down in the campground getting ready for an upcoming fashion contest in Marseille, when Tara's mother shows up out of the blue. 45-year-old Patricia is a beautiful, bubbly and charming woman everybody seems to know: she's none other than the famous Patricia, the 90's singing star! Patricia unwittingly outshines her daughter, and Tara is devastated when she thinks that Antoine, her big crush, is falling for her mother. Sybille and Arthur are on their first vacation since the death of Sybille's mother, 9 months ago. It's their first time at the randomly chosen campground, but when they arrive Arthur runs into his former girlfriend Audrey, and sparks immediately start to fly. Arthur introduces Audrey to Sybille as an â€śold friend from school,â€ť but his daughter figures out the truth and has a hard time swallowing it...
Parizot is overjoyed... he's met some new friends!! But when he goes over to their house for coffee, he's â€śratherâ€ť surprised to find out they're nudists. Will Parizot bare it all, so he can finally have real friends?
Episodes 87/88 - XXX
Episodes 89/90 - The Apple of My Father's Eye
Patrick is a farmer who comes to sell locally-grown fruits and vegetables at the campground, giving the vacationers a taste of his organic produce accompanied by his youngest son Romain and daughter Emma. Tom is excited to have them in, as the campers love the products sold by the farmer and his kids. Patrick's oldest son Paul isn't along with them this time, after moving to Paris to take up a demanding job, much to his father's regret. But Patrick gets a happy surprise when Paul shows up unexpectedly, claiming he couldn't miss his dad's birthday. Patrick may be delighted to have his son back, but Paul's return stirs up Romain's simmering jealousy toward an older brother who, in his eyes, has been the â€śfavorite sonâ€ť ever since their mother died.
The sibling rivalry deepens when Paul announces he's moving back home to work in the family business. As unspoken feelings, resentments and festering wounds well back up, Tom will have to muster all his skills to help bring the family back together.
Audrey gets a visit from her friend Manon, a dating coach who brings along her client Martin. Their trip has an underlying goal: boosting the socially awkward young man's self-confidence and helping him find a soulmate. But whenever Martin goes anywhere near a cute camper, Manon loses her cool and starts behaving unprofessionally. Audrey has to find a tactful way to make her friend recognize her true feelings for Martin. Cupid can strike where we least expect it! Meanwhile, Parizot gets off on the wrong foot with a neighboring camper but ends up taking her under his wing, proving himself to be an unexpected but excellent friend
Episodes 91/92 - Hot Times at the Campground
As day breaks, the campground crew rushes around getting ready for the new arrivals. But Tom is nowhere to be found and isn't even answering his phone. Then he suddenly strolls up, happy-go-lucky, carrying a bag of croissants! When the crew asks about Tom's unusual tardiness, the campground manager dodges their questions and slips away to welcome the new campers.
The first ones to arrive are Patrice, his wife Corinne and their 16-year-old son Diego. They've come to the Paradise Campground for some greatly needed family time. Tom finds out that Patrice needs to reforge his bonds with his loved ones after neglecting them for far too long, due to his all-consuming devotion to Johnny Halliday and his job as the singer's stand-in. Under pressure from his family, Patrice has given up the concerts, costumes and spangles and left his idol behind. But there's a reason he chose this campground: the country's biggest Johnny impersonator contest is being held nearby and Patrice secretly plans to enter it, giving himself one last hurrah! But Corinne and Diego find out what Patrice is really up to, and the already wobbly family is shattered. Tom will have to find the right words to bring them back together and give each of them a chance to lay their hearts bare.
Je?ro?me, a pilot in training, shows up with his sister Mathilde and his nephew Mathis. They haven't been able to see each other much lately, and all three are delighted to be vacationing together. Fixated on his career goals, Je?ro?me has intentionally put his love life on hold. But his heart can't help but race for the pretty and charming Claire, who is inadvertently led to believe that Je?ro?me is Marius's father. Je?ro?me can't bring himself to set her straight, getting caught up in a misunderstanding that will be his undoing.
Meanwhile, Parizot, always at the right place at the right time, figures out why Tom was late and has been so cheery lately. He surprises the campground manager in the arms of Stephanie, a local nurse who visits the campground regularly to provide medical care. When the most loyal camper unintentionally spills the beans about the secret relationship, the crew decides to have a little fun at their beloved boss's expense.