There is this stereotype about men in retirement age. The says that you most prefer to sit in your TV chair, their peace want to have, and about your digestion to think. Gerd Pocher from Burgwedel, near Hannover, 70 years old, and the father of comedian Oliver Pocher (42), does not fit into this picture. He is for his age still quite limber, apparently happy to be on the go, and makes almost any nonsense. Except for the chair gear. This is a big issue for him.
"can't Stop me. I always have regular digestion," he explains to his son, as the two of them for the new journey documentary, "Pocher and dad to travel", which starts on Friday at 20.15 clock on RTL, arrive in a small Thai village. "Always, when I get up, I need to go to the toilet," says the accountant. The Problem: In the village there are basically only a couple of buckets. You could stay here, therefore, by no means, defines Gerd Pocher. Point. His son giggles.between tones in a woman's clothes
The often krawallige Oliver Pocher, his Papa, Thailand, and a conversation about bowel movements – the sounds, first of all, to Trash TV. So easy but things are. The Show, with the RTL of the last good employees, Oliver Pocher, once again, to the best broadcasting time in the program takes, has more overtones than you'd expect. This is mainly due to the fact that it is just a travel show, but also families-documentary. But after the series.
In Asia, the Pochers rattle off a Thailand-picture book: around you chatter in a Tuk-Tuk-Taxi, dancing in a variety Show, the suits tailoring, are Creamed on the beach, go to a Massage. This results in funny pictures, because dad Pocher attracts also change a woman's clothes, or stoically, like a Buddha in front of a Masseur is. Photo: TVNOW / Banijay Productions Germany"I had to go with the stuff, I know that full well"
However, the Buddhist monastery should be visited, and the interesting. Because father Pocher is a Jehovah's witness. He does not want to be in the monastery. Buddhism was for him the wrong Religion, he explains. "You know, I'm a Jehovah's witness?", he asks his son. The says: "I had to go with the stuff that I know is likely to be quite accurate." In a single interview, he tells of a Childhood in which he has a lot of time in pedestrian zones, with the publication of "The watchtower" spent. His father told that Oliver had decided, regrettably, to leave the Jehovah's witnesses. The topic of Religion separates the Pocher-men, so much is clear.
What connects the two, but one also learns: Two is a little embarrassing, really. If something goes wrong, it is simply made more. "Until we have failed, since quite a bit has to happen," says Oliver Pocher to do so. Watching his Late Night Show "Pocher was extended, dangerous, honest!" on RTL in the summer. He is good in business. Dad has his share.
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