Eugene Levy came to Lisbon and only took some damn custard tarts | Television

There couldn’t be a greater difference between the episode of No Reservations in which the deceased chef traveler Anthony Bourdain visited Lisbon, finding himself in the dark in a fado house listening to António Lobo Antunes talk about napalm in the Colonial War, and the chapter of The Reluctant Traveler about the Portuguese capital. The series, which debuts this Friday on the streaming AppleTV+, puts actor Eugene Levy in his most genuine role, that of someone who doesn’t like to travel, much less have “experiences”. Perhaps for this reason, the episode in which he also goes to fados and is enchanted by custard tarts and the era of overseas expansion is the safest thing there is.

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