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Patrick Sébastien ...
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Best hours on TV
23 October 2010 | by (Victoria, BC. Canada) – See all my reviews

This is the best show on TV and one of the longest. It is in French, so I don't understand most of it. However, I can understand that everyone involved is having a wonderful time, and loves everyone else there.

It is sort of like a circus, with a series of acts, magicians, illusionists, jugglers, acrobats, dance comedy, most mostly weird and unique things you can't categorise. Every week they come up with perhaps a hundred performers I have never seen before. I have no idea where they find them all or what these performers do when they are not on the show. I have never thing anything like these acts anywhere else.

The camera lovingly studies each of the perfect bodies of the performers, who love to strut, so it is also quite sexy.

So many times I just want to stand up and cheer the acts are so astounding or original or baffling.

The show nearly always ends with a rousing song/dance and everyone in the audience joins in. This guaranteed will put a smile on your face and at least temporarily clear up the blues.


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