Patrice Laffont in “Touche pas à mon poste” on September 23, 2020 -

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"It was the story of a bad marriage", summarized, laconic, Patrice Laffont, after leaving the program

Touche Pas à mon Poste

, where he had become a columnist.

Famous host of

Numbers and Letters

, who became master of

Fort Boyard

then officiated at the daily



, Patrice Laffont landed with Cyril Hanouna at the start of the school year, after an announcement in July.

But the 80-year-old television star has obviously had little taste for the chef's pranks, as Ozap spotted.

“When Hanouna wanted me to come, he messed up.

The choice he made was not the right one.

Me, I screwed up to have accepted, ”he explains on the Non Stop People channel.

"Before, censorship came from the provision, today it comes from the people" launches Patrice Laffont about freedom of expression on TV #TPMP

- TPMP (@TPMP) September 23, 2020

"Not at all comfortable"

“He offered me a role that was a bit different from what the other columnists do, it didn't turn out like that.

I didn't feel at all comfortable myself.

It's not my guideline.

I don't want to plunge my head into a pizza and end up with cheese, ”said Patrice Laffont.

The host refers to a sequence where each columnist who answers wrong to a topical quiz has to plunge their head into a pillow full of flour or even ketchup and cheese.

Humiliating effect guaranteed.


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