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Breakdown at show with Schöneberger and Jauch: Thomas Gottschalk's watch triggers alarm

2023-12-10T11:59:28.918Z

Highlights: Breakdown at show with Schöneberger and Jauch: Thomas Gottschalk's watch triggers alarm.. Status: 10.12.2023, 12:54 p.m. BST. When Thomas Got tschalk wanted to help Barbara Schönberger and Günther JauCh bake on "Because they don't know what happens", his smartwatch suddenly alerted the emergency call. The incident cost Schöeberger andJauch precious seconds – not surprisingly, Nico Santos and Laura Wontorra won.



Status: 10.12.2023, 12:54 p.m.

By: Jonas Erbas

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When Thomas Gottschalk wanted to help Barbara Schöneberger and Günther Jauch bake on "Because they don't know what happens", his smartwatch suddenly alerted the emergency call.

Cologne – A few weeks after Thomas Gottschalk's (73) "Wetten, dass..?" farewell, the cult presenter continues seamlessly - but with the competition: On Saturday evening (9 December), RTL showed a new episode of "Because they don't know what happens", the "Jauch-Gottschalk-Schöneberger Show", for the first time since September 2023. As usual, it was as chaotic as it was action-packed.

Thomas Gottschalk has to help: Baking game with Schöneberger and Jauch gets out of hand

Barbara Schöneberger and Günther Jauch, who competed against pop singer Nico Santos (30) and presenter Laura Wontorra (34), were asked to bake cookies in a pre-Christmas game. But the "Because they don't know what's happening" challenge had it all: Within four minutes, as many oven-ready cookies as possible had to be formed from eggs, milk, flour and the like. However, the candidates had to sit in a rotating device, which then tilted 90 degrees.

It all started with the hosts. Barbara Schöneberger and Günther Jauch quickly reached their limits, because although the two showed a lot of skill at the beginning, the ingredients literally flew around their ears in the course of the game. When several eggs fell victim to gravity, Thomas Gottschalk finally intervened actively: The former "Wetten, dass..?" Moderator climbed the construction and tried to scrape the remains of eggs and flour from the floor in order to hand them back to his two colleagues in the makeshift kitchen, which was still turned sideways.

Schöneberger and Jauch laugh their heads off: Gottschalk's watch alerts in the middle of the show

The energetic support did not go unnoticed: When Gottschalk got down on his knees, a beeping alarm suddenly sounded. "What's squeaking so much?" asked Barbara Schöneberger, confused, and then realized: "Thomas' watch is sounding the alarm!" Puzzled, the "Because they don't know what's happening" host looked around, then looked at his wrist and then read out the display on his smartwatch with a laugh: "Wait a minute... Fall detected, emergency services are called. What's she doing?"

Because Thomas Gottschalk tried to actively support Schöneberger and Jauch in baking, his smartwatch registered a fall – and promptly alerted the emergency services. © Screenshot/RTL/RTL+/Because they don't know what's happening

"Really?", Günther Jauch was amused, while Barbara Schöneberger joked: "The emergency doctor is about to come and pick you up!" Her celebrity colleague also seemed amused, but immediately switched off the alarm. There was no rescue service call. The incident cost Schöneberger and Jauch precious seconds – not surprisingly, Nico Santos and Laura Wontorra, who had been much more skilful during the game, won.

Meanwhile, the host of the RTL evening is also making headlines in other ways: Frank Plasberg (66) recently criticized Thomas Gottschalk's "Wetten, dass..?" -Farewell words. Sources used: "Because they don't know what happens – The Jauch-Gottschalk-Schöneberger-Show" (RTL/RTL+; Issue of 9 December 2023), rtl.de

Source: merkur

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