Saturday night, Philippe Caverivière had a hard time making his second column in "Quelle époque !". After gently mocking Christophe Dechavanne by presenting a fake cover of the magazine Psychologies, the columnist and humorist then wanted to evoke the mass of Pope Francis at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille. But that was without counting the presence of Colonel.
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Among the guests of the France 2 talk show, Hélène Gateau was promoting her book Why I chose to have a dog (and not a child) (Ed. Albin Michel). And to do this, the veterinarian and animator was accompanied by her border terrier. Throughout the show, he had plenty of time to walk around the set. But the filming certainly seemed long to him since at the very end, the animal climbed on the table. If his presence did not disturb Léa Salamé, the dog nevertheless somewhat embarrassed Philippe Caverivière. As he was about to continue his analysis of current events, Colonel approached him, passing in front of the camera. "You don't respect my column!" said the comedian amused by the situation. Sitting on her left, Hélène Gateau then motioned for her dog to come towards her. "Drink from my cup, let's get going," added the columnist as the animal came to sniff the contents of his cup.
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But the dog probably did not want to stay with his mistress. She then took out of her pants pocket a treat to attract him. "He's screwing me the sketch," continued Philippe Caverivière just before the veterinarian finally managed to catch his animal.
On Instagram, Hélène Gateau returned to this sequence by making her dog talk. "Philip, whom I love very much, was going to speak about the Pope. However, the latter was quite critical in 2022 about people who make the same kind of life choices as my dogmom; It was a way for me to express my disapproval. I apologize again to Philippe, I really have nothing against him," it is written. Little resentful, the comedian left a comment: "We love him, we forgive him everything to Colonel".