Bingo game-show broadcasted live. Targeted at young adults, the prizes include DVD-players, Playstation 2's and white goods. Grand prizes are old used, cars and an airplane which was used ... See full summary »
Torkel Kofoed Pedersen,
Three "nisser" (Hansi, Fritz and Günter) have to save the "gammelnisse" whom is dying. The only way to do so is to find a key to "gammlenisse's" music box in an old "nissehule" to rewind it... See full summary »
So the show takes place in a hangar at the Copenhagen Airport. All of the audience has packed their bags, passports etc. (This is why the show is called "Remember the toothbrush").
Everything is controlled by the gifted comedian Casper Christensen. With his wife Anette Toftgård he takes the audience and the viewers at home through several competitions and so on. They had a competition, where you at home should turn the lights in the house on and off, when Casper told you to. The show was so popular that they had to stop doing this, because it caused severe problems with the power grid, due to all the people doing this.
At the end a couple of members of the audience are sent on a vacation immediately after the show.
The show sat a new standard for live TV-shows in Denmark, and we are still awaiting a live-show as good as this.
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