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S16E92 Frank wrongly accuses Hilli of gossiping. Will Britta discover that Amelie sells her falsified paintings? Gunther quarrels in public with upper mayor Simone. Eliane is bringer of good and bad. Cornelius loses faith in a good ending.
Season 16, episode 92. Hilli forces Yvonne to lay her contest map back on the stack. Hilli prepares bonbons for handing out during the opera premier. Frank demands her to stop blackening Yvonne but when the latter confesses Frank that she tried to manipulate the contest by taking away Hilli's map he reacts mad. Frank wants to offer Hilli is apology for his false accusation but it only leads to words. Gregor tries to discourage Amelie from selling the false painting to Chen. He shows upper mayor Simone how he brings jobs to the city when she gives Amelie's water tower project a chance. Britta sees the fake painting in Amelie's room. Her sister prevents that Britta sends a photo of it to their mother Inken. Later: Britta discovers more irregularities so Amelie has to confess her that she falsifies Jakob's paintings and sells them. Gunther invites Johanna and Eliane to a reception for all people who work for the new opera. They are appalled when it turns out that upper mayor Simone will do the opening speech. Gunther has a public quarrel about it with Simone. Eliane makes a blunder on stage during the general repetition and thinks that she ruined everything. Composer and director Wilfried makes her clear that it was a good omen. Simone threatens Gunter because of his public accusations towards her; Johanna does factually the opening speech. Superstitious soprano Sina Heiberg gets a fright when Eliane accidentally does things that bring bad luck. She is the lead singer; is the premiere in danger? Margret and Cornelius try to strengthen the family. He sees Margret gazing at Agnes' love card and loses hope that it will all be like in previous times.
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