9 contestants and 1 mole (mol). The nine contestants have to complete a series of challenges. When challenges are successfully completed, a certain amount of money is earned. When a ... See full summary »
Pieter Jan Hagens,
Hans Teeuwen plays piano, sings, acts, talks and makes dance steps. The pace is fast, the presentation is vital. The topics addressed are so diverse that there is apparently no correlation between. But looks can be deceiving.
The anti-social Flodder family are living in a upscale suburban neighboorhood. They don't adjust to their environment, and keep on behaving like they're living on a trailer park. And the neighboorhood doesn't like it at all.
Coen van Vrijberghe de Coningh,
Stefan de Walle
In this Dutch police detective series, Detective Jurriaan 'Jurre' de Cock is sort of the 'Columbo' of a Dutch police city's police department, as deceptively poor in appearance (cheap ... See full summary »
Teeuwens fifth stand-up show is about love. Small, large, hidden, the physical, the famous and the improper love. Hans Teeuwen unravels that love into forms that you do not recognize, but can very surely sense.
Geert Wilders was supposed to be a guest in episode 16.3 (with Cor Bakker), but for his own safety he was unable to come. This episode is the only in the whole series with just one guest. A season later, in episode 17.6, Wilders was a guest and nothing was said about him not showing up a year earlier. See more »
This is a spin-off of Have I Got News For You, and not nearly as funny as the British original when hosted by Angus Deaton. You cannot fault the Brits their level of sportsmanship, though: by having the show now hosted by that horrible prat who does that horrible car show, they certainly have given the Dutch program a chance to catch up. Thank you BBC! (Although I would have preferred being able to watch one good news comedy show over two mediocre ones.)
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