Patrick Cohen certainly did not think he would be criticized for his outfit at the table when he prepared the show this Friday, June 9. Nadine de Rothschild, the most famous Baroness of France, was the guest of the France 5 talk to promote her latest book dedicated to the women of her illustrious family, Dear Baronesses of Rothschild.
It is traditional for Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine's guests to spend together at the table during the last part of the show. "Beware just now, my eye will drag on," warns Nadine de Rothschild whose taste for good manners is no longer to prove. "Mr. Cohen, be careful," she teases next.
"This is the first time Patrick has been dried"
"It's funny that you immediately thought of Patrick" retorts Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine, obviously very amused by the situation. "It may be in the evening when I look at you and I see that indeed, there are small gaps somewhere," jokes the guest before adding: "If you need lessons Mr. Cohen?".
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The tackles continue to rain down on poor Patrick Cohen. "I'm glad you're here to say it as a completely neutral referee, because we still kill ourselves to tell him! There are improvements to be made Patrick" outbid Babeth Lemoine. "On what level?" asks the journalist. The reproach is made on "a gluttony to master". The atmosphere can be perceived as slightly tense at that time on the set of "C à vous". "This is the first time that Patrick is dried on a tray, he does not know what to answer," comments Bertrand Chameroy.
Patrick Cohen strikes back
Later, Patrick Cohen tries a reciprocal by claiming that Nadine de Rothschild inspired Georges Brassens his famous song Une jolie fleur. "We do not know what to remember first, the pretty flower or the cowhide," attacks the journalist, referring to the lyrics of the chorus of the song. "You retain what you want, Mr. Cohen," corrects Nadine de Rothschild with a smile.
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