Sorry, but it’s not okay.
While he was to close the carte blanche given to Bodin’s by the Taloche Brothers, a televised gala with Virginie Hocq, Arnaud Tsamère, Caroline Vigneaux, Fabian Le Castel, Pierre Aucaigne, in particular, Stéphane Guillon hastily left the stage after a minute, obviously noticing that his sketches did not catch on with the public (he was talking about the new French minister whom nobody, or almost, knew). We therefore saw him move away from the public to reread his notes. He will evoke the Dutroux affair, but the sauce will not take more. Before apologizing in a “Sorry, but it’s not okay” and leaving an audience speechless. At one point, it even looked like it was part of the show. It was nothing: Stéphane Guillon was well and truly gone. And won’t come back, even for the finale. “Stéphane did not feel well a few hours before and he had to interrupt”, explained Vincent Counard, alias Vincent Taloche, the day after the show. Except that behind the scenes, we rather evoked “an error in the choice of his sketches”.
The spectators were nevertheless able to appreciate the improvisational talents of Virginie Hocq, who immediately entertained the audience (and we thank her for it), before other comedians returned to the stage.
With the exception of the brief participation of Stéphane Guillon, whom we should not see in this televised gala which will be broadcast in the coming months, especially on the front page, this carte blanche at Bodin’s was a real success.