Raab was a Mobber and Puffpaff discredits his satire-heritage by taking tis show over
TV Total is probably one of the most overrated programs on German television. Stefan Raab as an unspeakable bully who pretends that people just don't understand joke. If his attacks were more clever, or at least not characterized by stepping down, it would all be only half as bad, but Raab tramples on completely normal people who may have given a somewhat weird interview on TV and rakes in millions with it. He thought every stupid idea was a stroke of genius. He even dared to do a political talk show, failed miserably and only showed his incomprehension of topics with real substance, but he couldn't even admit that. Perhaps he opened the window for a wackier kind of evening television program within the German-language entertainment, but that does not automatically mean that he was also good at it. That just means that he went to the level of middle school bullies, or stayed there all the time, and thus managed to get a large reach. The rule of idiocy in modern society is clearly underscored by the success of his programs. Unsympathetic, ghastly and simply without value is this terrible and often cruel mission on various levels. Stefan Raab sold himself as a moderator who dared to do everything, while in truth he only hacked on those who could hardly defend themselves. An opportunist and businessman with a good nose for money but no passion for comedy or television. His successor Puffpaff discredits himself and his previous satirical performances by taking up the role of Raab's showerbe. His version of the show is also terrible, or rather a failed attempt to copy the terrible one. Definitely not worth seeing.
- Dec 1, 2021
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