Everyone loves Liz Dion. So much so that we wondered if it could be scratched so fiercely in good cooking. The answer is yes, but with gags wrapped in love.
It must be said that, as Jean-Marc Barnet pointed out, “If we disturbed her, we might sink four years.”
To the number of guests who ended their number with a resounding “I love you, Liz,” we assure you that no friendship was broken, Thursday evening, at the Capitol, during the second out of four members of the comedy! Festival 2021.
While he was less of a dog overall than Mike Ward, his good roundness was downright fun.
That doesn’t mean her toaster saved her. After all, a comedian who made her fame with monologues on the G-spot and a job at Dunkin Donuts, she inspires a few jeers.
When anchor Jose Jude took off from him, she opened up many paths as a comedian. “You plow, Liz.”
The success of his shows was also a major goal. However, Rosalie Vaillancourt notes, “Selling 100,000 tickets doesn’t matter when your audience has Alzheimer’s.”
Marcel the outcast
However, we felt that the guests wanted to laugh with Liz, rather than laugh at Liz. Dans ce climat de complicité bienveillante où tout le monde se tirait joyeusement la pipe, Marcel Leboeuf a fait mouche en révélant que tous les Marcel n’en pouvaient plus d’être ostracisés parce exe que se de mê de humêre sonré p thirty years.
Everyone had an idea of his own G-spot, but other than Pierre-Yves Roy Desmartes he could present himself on stage by embodying the famous G-spot. It’s fun when someone finds you. “
Led by Alex Peron who created a Tinder-like app for women in her 60s, many guests gave their (not very) precious tips to help her find a soul mate.
For a while, she thought of receiving the surprise visit of her imagination in the person of Dave Morissette, but she was eventually a famous singer, whose identity we won’t mention but sometimes crying in the rain.
Moreover, even if his ears to participate were pulled due to his busy schedule during the festival, Jean-Marc Barnett found a way to steal the show by simply talking about dinner at his friend Liz, with whom he shares a passionate love. food.
We would have liked to have everything there for this meal.
Fourth and final perfection from ComediHa! This evening, the Quebec Festival will feature Laurent Paquin as the victim. The evening will be hosted by Stephane Russo.
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