“Because they don’t know what’s going to happen” – These sayings weren’t entirely suitable for minors

Dirty alarm on “Because they don’t know what’s happening”…

The very first game of the RTL show turned out to be a steep template for many an ambiguous comment on Saturday evening. And then, in the middle of the live spectacle, a world premiere was also announced.

While Günther Jauch (65) moderated this time, Barbara Schöneberger (48) and Thomas Gottschalk (72) competed together as a team. Her opponents: pop star Alvaro Soler (31) and “Fernsehgarten” presenter Andrea Kiewel (57). The game was played for 20,000 euros for its own block of spectators.

Match number one was called “Blow the watering can” and not only made the audience laugh. Cheered on by their playing partners, Gottschalk and Soler should blow water out of watering cans into a vase. The ladies only had the task of catching the water in a vase. The winner was the one whose measuring column showed more after two minutes.

After Jauch had explained the rules, Kiewel grinned: “Or as one would say on RTL ZWEI: ‘Blow and splash’.” Meanwhile, Schöneberger flattened: “My blouse does not become transparent when it gets wet. I paid attention to that.” Because one pot was in the shape of an elephant, she joked: “Not that the animal rights activists get in touch immediately when they see that Thomas is blowing the elephant’s butt.”

When he blew what his lungs would give, the blonde could hardly stop laughing. Barbara with a shot of eroticism in her voice: “Oh my God! Insanity! I’ve never seen anything like that before.” Alvaro Soler also gave his best. Kiewel was amazed: “What a ray.” In the end, the musician managed almost half a liter more than Gottschalk, whereupon Jauch teased: “As a singer, he has better lungs than the chatterbox here.” The point went to Kiewel and Soler.

But there was no time for a breather afterwards. Game director Thorsten Schorn (46) announced the next guest. RTL presenter Frauke Ludowig (58) had a surprise in store for TV viewers. In the upcoming show on Sunday evening, Jauch, Schöneberger and Gottschalk will appear as a band for the first time. The name of the trio was already set: “Thommi und Babsi feat. Günni on the wood”. All three perform “Above the Clouds”. Jauch will even play the recorder during the performance. He got his instrument in the show, but mobbed: “It’s the cheapest plastic flute I’ve ever seen! And so I shall be artistically active tomorrow.”

In the grand finale it got slippery again. At this point it was four to five for Soler and Kiewel. Barbara and Alvaro hung in the wall. Your competitors had to answer questions. With every wrong answer, a block in the wall pushed forward. Before it started, Gottschalk was worried about Schöneberger’s pants.

He said the trousers were too impractical for the final. “Are you able to spread your legs properly? Not that your pants are blocking you,” the TV star asked his colleague. Barbara could only laugh about that. She countered: “Pants have never blocked me – in anything. Once I’m really up to speed…” In fact, everything went smoothly for the dream team. Because Alvaro was the first to fall off the wall, Gottschalk and Schöneberger cleared the 20,000 euros for their spectator block.

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