After nine participations, it is over for Merol. Jeroen Perceval was turning quite nervously in his chair, but he saved the furniture in the nick of time.
Comedienne Dena Vahdani wins her second broadcast in a row.
Neither Merol nor Jeroen Perceval knew Gutenberg, the inventor of the printing press. But by sinking, Perceval put an end to Merol’s realm.
Filmmaker Anthony Nti.
The best quotes:
Bockie De Repper: “The legend goes that if a Dutchman wins, the presenter has to move with him. Good luck, Merol!”
Jeroen Perceval: “I once had to play a blade of grass and I’ve been afraid of shoes ever since.”
Bockie: “I love it when I see beautiful people really cry. They can also be ugly. Welcome to our world!”
Erik Van Looy: “Jeroen, which vaccine did you receive?”
Perceval: “Suppository.” (Suppository, ed.)
Bockie: “It’s a pity that you can’t unpack with being able to drink a lot. Fitness players can. They say, ‘My warm-up is your entire workout. Then I say, “My aperitif is to pump your stomach.”
After Van Looy’s explanation of body positivity, Bockie says: “Your body is a cathedral, mine is a CPAS block.”
The most beautiful moment:
VRT journalist Riadh Bahri, whose specialty is aviation, says that it is his dream to one day become a pilot. He then puts on a pilot’s cap and starts berating his passengers.