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Cooking in "Let's Eat With Me", but dreaming of "Big Brother" | Israel today


In the sixth season of the entertaining and satirical show, what stands out most is the way it serves as a springboard for its participants on the way to a prime-time reality show on the commercial channels • It seems that the contestants use it as an audition for everything and make an effort to provide information about their lives in order to steal the show "the brother"

In August of last year, the previous season of "Come Eat With Me" was broadcast, and look where Sharin Avraham has progressed since then.

In the episodes in which she participated, she cooked spicy fish and stuffed artichokes, talked about her work as a typist at the court and her political views, was drawn into sectarian debates, initiated a hot pepper eating contest and wondered aloud how it was possible that she was still single. Which she did really not unique.

Before her were Itzik Charsanti, Oren Hazan, Orli Yehezkel and Odelia Suissa, who entered the fireplace.

Suissa also did "Survivor", as Casey Zapata was cast for the next season on the island.

Yuval Edelman went on to "Bake Off", while Aviva and Hiyel Hazan became "A Winning Couple".

This is the most not-so-secret secret in the industry: "Come Eat With Me" is indeed a fun and special series, but its strength lies in being a consistent provider of great reality characters for the big shows.

As far as the cast is concerned, the conditions in "Bow" are perfect.

It gives exposure at the end of the prime time of the public channel.

The viewership percentages are small, so you can rub yourself there, make jokes and be forgotten.

For those who know how to stand out, shout, excite, arouse curiosity and create virality - this is a huge jump.

Its participants are aware of the power of the program.

Everyone understands what is required of them to provide, and see it as a filmed audition that will open doors for them.

They cook in "Come eat with me", but dream of "Big Brother".

Inflated figures that sit of stereotypes.

Samari and Hani in "Come eat with me",

For example, all the participants of the first week in the sixth season, which was launched last night, are inflated characters who sit on stereotypes and talk like they should talk in reality.

Say, Hani Bonbon - a colorful grandmother and an unpolished reality TV personality, immediately declared: "There is no menu that will beat my menu";

Or Shahar the bachelor, who made sure to spice up his statements to the camera with movements and sound effects, without realizing that effects are only added during the editing stage.

The cooks at "Bow" are not interested in showing off their culinary skills, but are looking to steal the show.

They dress strangely, have a biting humor, try to be emotional, and highlight unusual elements.

Even before they finished the first course, Oded the bearded told how he came out of the closet after marrying a woman;

And when the main course was served, the transgender Shmary made sure not to fall behind in the competition for recognition, and opened the story of his gender life knowing that this is his strong card in the deck.

An unpolished reality character.


Strange people are drawn to reality TV the same way chiefs of staff are drawn to politics - it's the way of nature. When the camera turns on, they get carried away. In the second episode, which will be broadcast tonight, one of the contestants will admit that he almost never succeeded in satisfying a woman. After the consequences are settled, he will filter: "I ate her.

I'm done now." And this is where the conflict comes in - in order to pass the "audition" the contestant has to embarrass himself. And that's how he burned himself in front of half the population, but at the same time took a step towards his next reality show.

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Source: israelhayom

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