“My last column”: Doully, in tears, also leaves France Inter, after the dismissal of Guillaume Meurice

“My last column”: Doully, in tears, also leaves France Inter, after the dismissal of Guillaume Meurice
“My last column”: Doully, in tears, also leaves France Inter, after the dismissal of Guillaume Meurice

Come on, here we go for my last column ». Sunday evening, while listening to France Inter radio, some informed listeners flinched. The comedian Doully had just said “last”, and had just announced his departure. The columnist for the “Grand Dimanche Soir” show is therefore also leaving the ship, after Aymeric Lompret, Giédré, Laélia Véron and Thomas VDB. Linked by strong convictions and undoubtedly a deep friendship, the comedians successively left France Inter after the dismissal of Guillaume Meurice.

” I love you “

Before leaving Charline Vanhoenacker’s show, Doully suggested “ legalize drugs for old people », considering the dose of boredom experienced by this generation. “ I don’t know if you’ve ever visited a nursing home but it’s like a third day of Technival! », she exclaimed before launching into a big, laughing argument for this bill. “I can’t wait for this law to pass, at least there our great leaders will pass the nougats, it’s a subject which fascinates them. This is actually one of the reasons why I rarely talk about politics, since I suspect that 9 out of 10 shitty decisions are made at four in the morning while under the influence of cocaine. The dissolution of the Assembly and the dismissal of Guillaume Meurice are proof of this ”, Doully piqued. “ Here are my little ass, as Kafka said happiness suppresses old age, and ketamine suppresses everything else. Maybe it wasn’t Kafka who said that. I love you, it was really my last column on France Inter, my little ass. A huge thank you for everything, I will miss my family terribly. Honestly, it’s heartbreaking! », added the columnist, moved to tears and to thunderous applause from Studio 104 of the Maison de la radio. Behind her, Charline Vanhoenacker took the microphone again, also very moved: “I love you”.

Doully leaves the radio after the dismissal of Guillaume Meurice, recorded last week by the management of Radio France. Comedian Guillaume Meurice was suspended on France Inter, after his joke about Netanyahu, which he re-released once the prepus case was dismissed by the courts. “There are things we can say. For example, if I say: ‘Netanyahu is a kind of Nazi but without a foreskin” that’s fine. The prosecutor said: ‘It’s okay'”, the comedian smiled a few weeks ago. The columnist and pillar of the program “Le Grand Dimanche soir”, presented by Charline Vanhoenacker, was then summoned to the disciplinary council. Radio France fired him for “repeated disloyalty”.

“Tonight, I hope that laughter will drown out the sound of boots », Launched Charline Vanhoenacker when launching her show this Sunday, June 16, with the possible arrival of the RN in power in the sights. She also did not fail to make various allusions to the dismissal of her friend and pillar of the show. “ This week, Cyril Hanouna invited all the cream of xenophobes (…). At least he cannot be accused of disloyalty towards the extreme right ”, she thus slipped between two valves. At the old time of the Meurice moment, the flagship moment of the show, the Belgian comedian also decided to broadcast a few punchlines from Guillaume Meurice, like a snub to the management. As if Charline Vanhoenacker was playing with fire, as if she had nothing left to lose. Does she know that she will not be reappointed at the next school year? Did she herself decide to put the torch there in this radio? Everyone will still have heard him recommend to the public at the end of the show to register quickly for the next one, “ maybe the last “.

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