El Hormiguero kicked off one of the most anticipated weeks in recent months thanks to the visit of Enrique Ponce and Ana Soria on Tuesday, although Leo Harlem came beforehand to present his new film. Pablo Motos took advantage of part of the argument to provoke his haters only a few days after his controversy with the Podemos candidate for mayor of Valencia.
The comedian entered the set mounted in a convertible car to celebrate his entry into the Platino club, which is attended by guests who have visited the program 10 times. In this case, the reason for the interview was to promote the film Como Dios manda, which opens on June 2 in theaters.
Harlem plays a "terrific tax inspector, but emotionally tough. He has problems at work, at home, he has a trans son he doesn't accept. And they send him to the Ministry of Equality, when he's still in the 19th century," He said. "The leap is important," he highlighted before the enormous professional leap.
But Pablo Motos had a slip when trying to point out a piece of information: "Then the film takes a turn...". At that moment, the presenter warned that he could have made a spoiler, but his guest did not hesitate for a second to confirm it, despite the fact that he tried to hide it: "You already said it."
After this, the Valencian wanted to draw viewers' attention to one of the important moments of the film, such as the one in which the boss of the character from Harlem in the Ministry of Equality launched compliments as if she were a man. "We would throw ourselves on the floor," the guest recalled.
Pablo wanted to stop at this point in the film, from which he drew a list of compliments to say some to the viewers, although he warned of what could happen: "You angry guys can start tweeting now." After that sentence, he did not hesitate to reveal that the softest compliment that is said in the film is: "I'm going to eat you and I'm going to sew my ass so I don't shit on you."
After putting aside the plot of the film that he was going to promote, the guest from El Hormiguero began to play some anecdotes from the guest. "I take advantage of the fact that I am here. It is easier to find narcotic substances than anise. You ask for a shot of aniseed monkey and there is none, there are 500 references to gin, rum. It is destroying a vocation, a life," Leo said to the laughter of all.
Another of his occurrences was to propose that "children be autonomous" and even proposed that they pay a fee of 20 euros per month. "The autonomous child does not get sick, if he catches lice he packs them and sells them at recess. And when he wants to realize it, he values it," she said in one of his multiple jokes on camera.