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Ellenie Salvo González
Lucas, a young man who is not very smart, presents all-day-objects to the audience, trying to explain what it is not using the name of the object. This part is called "Lucas Dingsbums" as a parody of the late 80s, early 90s show "Dingsda" on German television, in which children had Lucas' part. In anathor part, "Lucas erzählt Witze" Lucas tells jokes to the audience followed by a brief summary why the joke is funny. This leads to the audience laughing about Lucas' way of explanation since he doesn't understand the jokes himself.
The guitarist Klaus of Stefan's band has become a part of TV Total as well. Klaus always has had long hair, but they have been cut of in a spectacular event on show by new-entry #3: Kerstin. Klaus is usually asked about his opinion on several things. His answers are somewhat very unspectacular, but the audience always laughs.
Kerstin, a very young barber/hair-stylist, came into the show to cut Klaus' hair after a two-month-contest against other barbers. She now seems to take over a part similar to Isabell's.
Stefan himself has moved into a new studio with his show. Now he has a remote-controlled moving-desk, with which he drives around during the show (very funny, but mean for the camera-men, who can't follow him...).
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