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s01e76 — Ирина Горбачёва

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Duration: 76 min.
Released: 06.06.202406.06.2024 03:00
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s01e76
s01e68 - Мари Краймбрери
s01e69 - Алексей Стахович
s01e70 - Ваня Дмитриенко
s01e71 - Анна Седокова
s01e72 - Олеся Иванченко
s01e73 - Юля Гаврилина
s01e74 - Сергей Горох
s01e75 - Валерия Астапова
s01e76 - Ирина Горбачёва

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komarovaad
komarovaad
PRO
06 Jun 16:57 # Show original
It turned out to be a fun and emotional release. Ira fit into the team by a dozen.
the moment with the cat and the Hippo just tore up 😬
elisswet
elisswet
06 Jun 17:00 # Show original
for me, one of the most difficult issues.
korolewa_dramy
korolewa_dramy
06 Jun 17:25 # Show original
I was watching at speeds of x1.5, otherwise I would not have been able to finish watching....
demychris
demychris
06 Jun 17:29 # Show original
One of the most enchanting releases. But he laughed heartily 😁
Диана_Свитти
Диана_Свитти
06 Jun 17:34 # Show original
It hurt for Dima the whole issue, but he played well)
From the first minutes they drove him hard, laughed at his cute ghost, shot him down openly on a hypocrite, drove him to hysterics on the SPF in general, and no one even corrected his collar until the very end of the issue :D
Tikhonov91
Tikhonov91
PRO
06 Jun 18:07 # Show original
Pos on the 7th question of course, yes, the
issue is cool! Ira is fun and simple. I didn't see anything bad or heavy in the release🙂
serie_mordare
serie_mordare
PRO
06 Jun 18:53 # Show original
well, it remains only to envy the men that they did not encounter the hateful "there will be a bunny, there will be a lawn" familiar to most women 😐👍
RenEsme
RenEsme
06 Jun 20:26 # Show original
@serie_mordare: haha, that's right :) I wonder if they were written to in the comments afterwards or not? I probably wouldn't even be able to formulate what it means, like, if you give birth to a child, you'll find food for him.
yulialik
yulialik
06 Jun 20:39 # Show original
@RenEsme: It also seems to me that the wording is inaccurate. I most often met in the form of "God gave a bunny, he will give it to the lawn" in the sense that " God gave" an unplanned child, it's okay with finances, a house, etc. he will also give material benefits", i.e. there will be
serie_mordare
serie_mordare
PRO
06 Jun 22:00 # Show original
@RenEsme: it seems to me more like "you give birth to the main thing, and then fuck as you want." at least, it seems to have a veiled meaning - to give birth no matter what 😐
RenEsme
RenEsme
07 Jun 11:18 # Show original
@yulialik: Yes, that's right! It was exactly about the fact that "God will not leave! " :) and if the game had given this version of the saying, they might have guessed. 😁🐰☘️☘️☘️
RenEsme
RenEsme
07 Jun 11:21 # Show original
@serie_mordare: No, the lawn is food for the hare. It's about the opportunity to raise a child if you're already pregnant.
serie_mordare
serie_mordare
PRO
07 Jun 15:30 # Show original
@RenEsme: yes, superficially this type of positive meaning is implied, but usually this phrase is used to cover the argument of a woman that she is not ready / has no funds, etc., that is, a veiled meaning such as I mentioned
RenEsme
RenEsme
07 Jun 15:36 # Show original
@serie_mordare: It's cool! To be honest, I haven't heard this saying since the late 90s.🤣 and in 20 years, the meaning could have changed 😁😁 and with what meaning was this question added to this game? Like, is Irina so old that she knows the sayings about pregnancy? 🤣
serie_mordare
serie_mordare
PRO
07 Jun 15:39 # Show original
@RenEsme: Haha I don't know! what is in the mind of those who skip certain questions is always a mystery 😂
dkarnov
dkarnov
08 Jun 21:31 # Show original
@serie_mordare: "you give birth to the main thing, and then fuck as you want"
"superficially, this type of positive meaning is implied, but usually this phrase is used to cover a woman's argument that she is not ready / has no funds, etc."
No, that's exactly what they mean, that there will be a child, everything else will work itself out and come.
Those who know how to disguise - it is doubtful that such a phrase will be said in general, if they agitate to give birth, at least they will give at least some arguments.
serie_mordare
serie_mordare
PRO
08 Jun 22:59 # Show original
@dkarnov: thank you, man, for coming and explaining to me, a woman, how everything really works, now everything is clear to me 👍
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
09 Jun 15:27 # Show original
@yulialik: the wording is not accurate, but then some will not be able to envy the men, because at first they (these men) faced the hateful "God grant a bunny, give a lawn ", therefore they did not encounter later versions that are similar not only to proverbs and sayings.
kot_nastya
kot_nastya
17 Jun 22:02 # Show original
I think the bet was that Irina does not have children and she could very often hear this phrase from the older generation (or even from peers, such is our society)…
Meloman_Nastena
Meloman_Nastena
07 Jun 22:40 # Show original
Thank God I've never heard that phrase)
angell_of_mine
angell_of_mine
06 Jun 18:54 # Show original
By *b*tchk
angell_of_mine
angell_of_mine
06 Jun 19:04 # Show original
Well, another legendary release and a new record)))
Honestly, there are some mixed feelings, like Ira is cool and it's impossible to say here that stupid bloggers, and she's not stupid, but for some reason it didn't go straight. And even Dima has nothing to do with it everywhere.
But the guys definitely have their own chemistry and a little farcical release came out, because everyone talked to each other, it's a great mood.
And, of course, Arseny was confused for almost the entire game and Arseny was pushing instructive, then introductory/final speeches, from which Ira was carried away😅

And again, a long start with conversations, which I love
yulialik
yulialik
06 Jun 20:04 # Show original
What a hard issue...
Nog
Nog
06 Jun 20:15 # Show original
With so many projects and their releases, it is not surprising that some details fall out of the guys' memory, but it is still very strange that they said that for the first time they did not answer any questions. After all, they remembered the issue with Aidar and the rule of the additional question in plain text, but they still say that for the first time.
SwanQueen
SwanQueen
PRO
07 Jun 12:05 # Show original
In parallel with this, there were comments from the guys that no, not for the first time, and then a comment so that Ira would not be knocked out of the mood, so that she would not relax
RenEsme
RenEsme
06 Jun 20:33 # Show original
And I really liked the release, although it's a pity that we didn't win a single minute. It was hard for Irina, and she tried very hard, and tried to cheer everyone up. In general, I really liked that the guys " learned how to lose " - that is, they learned to treat losing easily and with humor. And it's cool! They had enough winnings, but just like that, it's fun and ordinary to try and beat failure with your light jokes - it's worth a lot ❤❤❤ and the gift is just a miracle and magic, nothing is clear, but very beautiful 👍🏆🐰
Jane_Scholar
Jane_Scholar
PRO
07 Jun 00:02 # Show original
I'm always happy when I know the answers to questions and even try to somehow come up with how I would explain them, that's what I'm focusing on)
the VK of negative comments began and I don't want to bring them here, but I'll say this: not all yogurts are equally useful.
SophieK19
SophieK19
PRO
07 Jun 06:46 # Show original
Question: Where does Cartman live?
Ars: Where does Casper live?
Sergei: where do orgasms live?
Anton: for what?
Ars: in the cartoon
🤣🤣🤣🤣
kvaska01
kvaska01
07 Jun 13:04 # Show original
Ars is kind of toxic towards Ira)
вишен
вишен
07 Jun 19:41 # Show original
@kvaska01: It seems to me that in GW, the Apc is always quite toxic with guests.

(it is very strange to watch GW in parallel with Table Time, because in TT he is just the sweetest thing)
kvaska01
kvaska01
08 Jun 14:34 # Show original
I just didn't focus on it that much, apparently)) it's just so bright here that it was already awkward))
Oh yes, in table time he is a hare))
tigrisska
tigrisska
09 Jun 02:24 # Show original
@vishen: maybe he just doesn't like the guests lately, and to be honest, I understand him very well.
MadMarik
MadMarik
08 Jun 15:53 # Show original
@kvaska01: to some extent, I agree, but with the correction that he is more pedantic and just wants to take into account the nuances of the issues covered. Well, I'm a little more serious about taking the question. Not really toxic)
nastya600
nastya600
07 Jun 22:00 # Show original
And why do they think that the issue is legendary?) Wasn't it the same in the issue with Aidar Garayev? Not a single question was taken and Dima and Aidar played the final with a question about the mushroom )
mari_zem
mari_zem
07 Jun 23:13 # Show original
- Puzozayka 🤣🤣🤣
AnneEl
AnneEl
08 Jun 10:53 # Show original
At the moment when Ira went to explain through a pedometer and a stopwatch, it became clear to me that the Pose was lost in this matter, too much information for him) In general, against the background of the Bakhchisarai fountain just littered with Shast, he was unfairly harshly blamed. Although, of course, he screwed up a lot with SPF)
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
08 Jun 12:16 # Show original
A wonderful guest. A professional actress who has no idea about the Master and Margarita, the biblical monsters Behemoth, Cow and the fallen angel Azazel. Not really understanding what the Bakhchisarai fountain is and which Pushkin wrote it. Often, she simply repeats the text of the question or the same thing, instead of trying to explain what she has read in different ways and bring this meaning to her teammates (shouting at the same time that she is ready to immediately embody anything on request).
But calling on everyone to find full inner freedom with the help of a dance project. I wonder freedom from what?
Arvendeyl
Arvendeyl
10 Jun 11:54 # Show original
@Gastrolith: How does the idea of "MIME", the Bible and Azazel come in handy in life? And about the Bakhchisarai Pushkin Fountain? There is nothing attractive to read, watch, or listen to. You need to read, watch, listen, and do only what you like yourself. Reading all the works from the a la list of 100 books that everyone should read will not make you smarter or happier
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
10 Jun 15:19 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: First of all, it's called horizons. The man doesn't know much.
Secondly, it shows knowledge of the material directly related to her professionalism. A person does not know his job well.
Thirdly, if you read only what you like yourself, then you will not read anything because you do not know anything and will not be able to form an opinion about anything from ignorance. Knowledge tends to accumulate, for example, during the existence of human civilization and counting a large number of people in this civilization.
Fourthly, the Master and Margarita, the Bible and Pushkin, at least, are known more than most of some list of 100 books.
Whether she will become happier is not interesting, but it would not hurt to become smarter and more professional. There are enough pompous dummies without it.
Arvendeyl
Arvendeyl
10 Jun 15:49 # Show original
@Gastrolith: How do the Bible, the MIME and the Fountain relate to her professionalism? It's impossible to know everything. What do you mean you can't form an opinion? Do you need someone to force you to read something? After all, you don't know anything yourself and you won't be able to decide whether you want to read this book or not. Lists by type "100 must-read books" are compiled just for such arrogant souls like you, who have no opinion of their own. Which, if Belinsky did not leave a review for this book, or if he did not leave a review of the Valleys for this film, then fuck you will read or watch them. And yes, MIME, Pushkin and the Bible are just most often included in such lists, so they may be more famous. Let it be known to you that mankind, with the invention of the Internet, began to read many times more simply because there was more textual information. Secondly, if you had read something that really contains knowledge, and not imposed by the cultural code, you would know that classical literature does not carry any useful load for a modern person. The style of presentation is outdated, mores and laws have changed, the plots are banal. And yes, eventually both you and Gorbachev will end up in a grave or in an urn with ashes. Only she will die happy, because she did what she wanted and did not bother, and you are a hateful stuffy old man who will teach others how to live this life until his deathbed. And deep down you will regret that you preferred Tarkovsky and Lynch over Parks and Recreation or Big Bang Theory.
RenEsme
RenEsme
10 Jun 16:16 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: you wrote such a great post about reading, and as proof of your words you brought the series that you watch... And they also wrote their examples not in Russian. Maybe that's why it's worth reading fiction - indeed, any kind - in order to understand what is written and not make such mistakes. And to express thoughts more succinctly. He will learn to see hidden meanings in works of art, such as in the big bang theory. In this series, over 10 seasons, we see how a girl who did not initially like to read has become deeper, whole, rich in soul and full of love through communication with well-read people. And she graduated from high school
Arvendeyl
Arvendeyl
10 Jun 18:33 # Show original
@RenEsme: my big post was not about reading, but about the fact that you know or don't know Pushkin, or Tarkovsky, or Tchaikovsky, or Shishkin - it doesn't mean anything. That there is not a single work that is obligatory for knowledge in any of the arts. So obviously, reading clearly did not help you to distinguish the essence from what you read. Well, as for writing the names of TV series not in Russian, everything is simple. I watch foreign films exclusively in the original and most often I have no idea how they were translated into our mighty one. Moreover, the Russian translation is often poor and has nothing to do with the original.
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
10 Jun 19:00 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: Did I understand correctly that there are no objections about the outlook?
Gorbacheva is a film and theater actress with a specialized education. If you don't know exactly what actors study and how they work with, then why do you waste time on objections?
In order to read something, you need, at least, to know about the existence of the subject of reading. It is impossible to know about this and solve this on your own. This information must be obtained from somewhere.
For some reason, you defend Gorbacheva's ignorance and cherish your own. What opinion can a person like you form about the subject of discussion if this opinion is based on nothing but an inner feeling? It's hard to imagine a rocket designer who has no idea what physics is, because he didn't go to school as a child.
Is what humanity reads on the Internet social networks, messengers and news?
Then I have the feeling that I am reading the ravings of a madman. Or do you insist that this is not a feeling? You need to rest, otherwise you will come up with simple truths that you need to eat and defecate, because these are natural needs, and any stupid debris of civilization is not needed at all because, you see, we will all die. It's really interesting how you fenced yourself off from the grave by sending Gorbachev and me there. But I have some sad news for you.
As for my hatred, if you are so concerned about my attitude towards Gorbacheva's lack of education and professional aptitude, then you can ignore this moment and stop hating me. She, with or without my opinion, will continue to live the way she lived before. But you will not be able to shut up others by trying to insult them. Rather, you will be able to offend, but you will not be forced to refuse to express your opinion.
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
10 Jun 19:02 # Show original
@RenEsme: For some reason, Lynch doesn't speak English. Something got stuck.
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
10 Jun 19:13 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: what a succinct opinion about the Russian translation from a person who watches foreign films exclusively in the original. In the process, I did not forget to cheat the interlocutor - I am stable.
He himself came up with a thesis about the "obligatory knowledge" and he argues with it to the point of frenzy. The main thing is not to defeat yourself in the process.
Congratulations, you have eclipsed Gorbachev, do not give up, achieve more.
RenEsme
RenEsme
10 Jun 19:48 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: Your big post was about reading, or rather, about its uselessness for a modern person. You answered a post about works of art, put forward a thesis, complained to the interlocutor that he did not know about Modern Internet reading, and then also draw a conclusion about the uselessness of fiction. Maybe you were thinking about something else, but that's what you described. As for all sorts of modern benefits, dear child, it was the reading people who invented the Internet and other benefits. It is ridiculous to sit and use a computer program, an electronic device, the Internet, electric energy, etc. to scold education.
Arvendeyl
Arvendeyl
11 Jun 08:42 # Show original
@RenEsme: Yes, where did you see the post about the futility of reading? What makes you think that Gorbachev doesn't read? My thought was, once again, that there are no books required to read (as well as films to watch, paintings to contemplate, etc., books were mentioned simply as an image of art). Read what you like. If you don't read Pushkin or Bulgakov, it won't get any worse. But such hypocrites, like the commentator with whom I argued, for some reason form an opinion about a person and his professionalism based on whether she read the MIME or not. I don't think DiCaprio read Pushkin or Bulgakov, but he kind of became a good actor. So what kind of professionalism can we talk about?
Arvendeyl
Arvendeyl
11 Jun 08:55 # Show original
@Gastrolith: I ask you again, are you reading or watching something just because you were asked this at school? What can you argue about with a person without their own opinion? Have you ever had the feeling that you haven't heard anything about the author or the book, but you accidentally saw the cover in a store or read an annotation that attracted you, and you wanted to read this book? Do you even know what you're talking about? You have mixed art, special literature, and the development of mankind into one pile
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
11 Jun 09:03 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: is it not clear to you from the third time that professionalism does not consist in ignorance of the topic you are engaged in? Now it turns out Gorbachev is DiCaprio (for some reason in Russian again). And I did not see your opinion about where you will take it from, if you do not know anything and read only what you need. Is there no such thing as "nehangi", the opinion of this? Here we have taught you how to parse and understand letters, syllables, words. And?
Arvendeyl
Arvendeyl
11 Jun 09:56 # Show original
@Gastrolith: Did you even understand what you wrote? Russian Russian and what are you clinging to in Russian/not in Russian. Do you not understand the difference between dubbing films and translating proper names? You yourself wrote that Gorbacheva is not a professional because she has not read Pushkin and Bulgakov. These are your words, not mine. And what does it mean "where will you get it from if you don't know anything and read only what you need". You may have tried to make sense of this phrase, but it got lost somewhere.
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
11 Jun 10:44 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: No, I don't focus only on the school curriculum. I don't understand why you're asking me this nonsense. And what kind of problems do you have with your own opinion?
Anyone can see and get interested by chance. But only an incompetent person can not know the basic or significant basics of his profession.
I am ready to communicate in detail. But what can you talk about with a person like you? Do you want to quarrel?
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
11 Jun 10:56 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: if you don't understand something, ask. Otherwise, you constantly make judgments without understanding them. It looks much worse than Gorbacheva's.
Did you translate Lynch's last name as Lynch? Congratulations. By the way, what's wrong with the name of the Big Bang Theory?
This means that if a child is not taught anything, then he will not learn anything. The same applies to an adult. This is the basic principle of knowledge transfer, there are schools and universities for this purpose. Since, in your opinion, anyone, without knowing or understanding anything, is ready to study and be interested in any topic, without having the slightest understanding that this topic at least exists. There is an Internet connection.
Arvendeyl
Arvendeyl
11 Jun 11:19 # Show original
@Gastrolith: What does knowledge transfer have to do with reading? Is MIME a technical or educational literature? No, it's fiction. She does not carry knowledge. I have a surgeon at work, a wonderful surgeon, a professional. At the same time, he does not like to read and does not read. This did not prevent him from becoming a specialist in his field and an interesting person. So I repeat once again, do not mix everything in one pile. Gorbacheva's ignorance of the MIME about her acting professionalism says nothing
RenEsme
RenEsme
11 Jun 15:39 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: 1) about the uselessness of reading in plain text, the volume is in your post dated 06/10/24 19:49. At the moment there are 5 cons. Not only have you explicitly indicated that reading is the worst. Literature does not bring any usefulness, but you also offend all those who read this literature: dirty and baseless. No one insulted you.
2) I didn't talk to you about Gorbachev at all. Follow the text
3) Reading Pushkin and Bulgakov makes people better. And I recommend Krylov's fables to you: for example, the Elephant and the Moska. The Pig under the Oak is just about arrogance and bigotry.
4) I agree with you that DiCaprio most likely read Bulgakov, Pushkin, and Nabokov. I love his work.
Arvendeyl
Arvendeyl
11 Jun 21:27 # Show original
@RenEsme: I don't see the point in arguing with a dumbass who blatantly lies. I have specially reviewed all my comments, none of them contain a word about the futility of reading. If you are not able to take the essence out of the text, what should we talk about at all? I did not offend people reading hood in a dirty and baseless way. literature. That would be stupid, since I myself read, including Hood.literature. Another lie in your comment. The attack about Gorbachev is generally funny, since the whole branch was about her, and you got into an argument between two people. At the same time, you dare to charge me for something. Is there any statistics that it is reading Pushkin and Bulgakov that makes people better, and not London or Asimov? Scientific data, publications, at least something, and not just the opinion of a student with excellent student syndrome, who at school said: "Read Tolstoy, or you'll go to prison." Well, I've been laughing since the last one, thank you, especially after the advice to me to follow the text. I was just writing that I doubt Leo had read Pushkin and Bulgakov, but that didn't stop him from becoming a first-class actor.
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
11 Jun 22:31 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: The transfer of knowledge to reading is directly related. You can read books written hundreds and thousands of years ago.
Fiction carries knowledge. Those, for example, that Gorbachev does not possess, but the author of the work did.
Did your surgeon study the case from YouTube videos? Or did you study for about 7 years to begin with? Maybe you've read something, studied it? If your surgeon, like Gorbachev, did not know the structure of the human body, it would say a lot about his professionalism.
RenEsme
RenEsme
12 Jun 06:46 # Show original
@Arvendeyl: that was what needed to be proved: rudeness and insults. Well done for correcting the post about DiCaprio, of course, I realized that you made a mistake there - and, of course, it was a provocation. Of course, I understood that you wouldn't have the honesty to admit to a typo either. Well, you don't have to chase me for three days anymore to tell me how indifferent you are to me. Good LUCK 😉
RenEsme
RenEsme
10 Jun 16:06 # Show original
@Gastrolith: What's wrong with Pushkin? Irina clearly said both the work, the author, and the city. I couldn't explain the answer, but do you have any doubts about the knowledge of the work? :) how many Pushkins do you think could be confused :)))
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
10 Jun 19:06 # Show original
@RenEsme: Well, not with Pushkin, of course. :) But what is wrong here is that the author and the work (albeit with a changed title) were already written in the card. I.e. she did not need to guess anything, here it is. But then she couldn't explain or reveal it in any way, but just repeated the same thing. And not only this time. I assume that this is already due to ignorance.
RenEsme
RenEsme
10 Jun 19:34 # Show original
@Gastrolith: It was a stupid question, to be honest. :) most likely, it is a local meme of the authors, young guys, "Minsk '. And about Irina, she was very worried, it was obvious. But since the woman is determined and grown-up, she made a mine with a bad game. And you don't have to, do you? If she had fought to the end, they would have guessed at least part of it. It's so interesting how the guests reveal themselves in this game! And I liked the whole game, or rather, this show. Arseny coped with his eternal fear of defeat, Anton was having fun again, otherwise he has been very sad lately (depressed, with suicidal jokes). Then somehow " let go" everyone. It's also true that I'm not watching these shows for the sake of winning, for the mood :)
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
11 Jun 11:03 # Show original
@RenEsme: the very question about the fountain? He was probably asking himself to confuse. With a soundless pronunciation, changing letters and syllables would greatly interfere. I also did not appreciate the question about the saying, it is in an altered form and I personally do not remember this either.
It seems to me that editors are guided by the guest. For example, in the previous program there were questions about the game Mortal Kombat and the guest understood this topic. There might also be some questions for the guest, but she couldn't. I don't know if it's excitement or if it's been like this since birth.
RenEsme
RenEsme
11 Jun 16:47 # Show original
@Gastrolith: Yes, and the question about the bunny is also strange. And there seemed to be a rule, they say, at least one should know. But it was apparently canceled 😁
__Алиса__
__Алиса__
08 Jun 14:29 # Show original
- Hippopotamus, Koroviev нет there is no cat here!!! Seryozha, damn it 😅
angell_of_mine
angell_of_mine
08 Jun 15:11 # Show original
@__Алиса__: Yes, it's all there "damn"! Even Ars, who remembers Gella and Azazello, but no one said that a Hippopotamus is a cat🙈🙈
MadMarik
MadMarik
08 Jun 15:55 # Show original
@angell_of_mine: I just caught a facepalm on the separation of a cat and a hippo into different characters
mar_gosha
mar_gosha
08 Jun 19:50 # Show original
It seemed to me that at the end they had already stupidly faded away that a hippopotamus is a hippopotamus, but there is no cat. I don't even want to believe that they really didn't know. It felt like they were just finishing off this topic with such humor.
angell_of_mine
angell_of_mine
08 Jun 21:43 # Show original
@mar_gosha: No, Arseny, if I knew, I would definitely turn on the teacher. And just like when he doesn't know, he was quietly silent, leaning back in his chair and looking around)
sali95
sali95
09 Jun 16:56 # Show original
No, Arseny knows, he told Anton that the answer cannot contain the character that is in the question
RenEsme
RenEsme
09 Jun 18:54 # Show original
Arseny understood about the novel, he just didn't remember Azazello, he called Gella. And Gella is a vampire, not a demon. 😁
RenEsme
RenEsme
09 Jun 18:56 # Show original
@mar_gosha: they burned a lot, the game got a lot of fun, although not effective. :)))
angell_of_mine
angell_of_mine
09 Jun 19:58 # Show original
@sali95: Yes, it confused me, but it feels like I doubted it later. Maybe they were overclocking.
We won't know how it was.
angell_of_mine
angell_of_mine
09 Jun 19:59 # Show original
@RenEsme: It's just that Ira didn't finish the question, what should the demon be called?
mar_gosha
mar_gosha
08 Jun 19:53 # Show original
In general, I was yelling at the screen for the whole minute "AZAZELLOOOOO!!!!!". A very emotional issue. I like Ira, but it feels like when she comes to the show, she puts on some kind of mask or tries to play someone, so it's hard for someone to come in. I understand people's emotions, it was the same with "Contacts" with her.
jorges
jorges
09 Jun 00:20 # Show original
And I thought the ticktockers didn't know anything, but here an adult, an actress, and even a master doesn't know Margarita, just a facepalm
tigrisska
tigrisska
09 Jun 02:44 # Show original
Yes ...
and only Ars pacified - I looked at his displeased face, how diligently he was trying to play cordiality, and was glad that for the umpteenth time we coincided with Ars in disliking some characters.

I really don't like it when people mimic other people, make faces, mockingly run over, behave like macaques and pass it all off as jokes. "Great" jokes, you'll laugh! Although I'm surprised at what... It is obvious that the sense of humor is directly proportional to the level of intelligence, and the manner of joking to upbringing and mental health.

In short, I didn't like the release. The only thing worse was Glucose.

ps: And yes, if I'm lucky enough not to see the new Bremen Town musicians, then let him put up a thank-you candle and pray that he and his children will continue to pass this cup.
olyAAllure
olyAAllure
09 Jun 22:31 # Show original
Well, honestly, it seems to me that there is rather a problem in the questions. the wording is idiotic and so are the questions themselves. and the division into green, black and blue doesn't work either. in the initial issues, the questions were better, now every time I catch a facepalm when I read them
EmrysBliss
EmrysBliss
11 Jun 19:37 # Show original
- I was scared by a donkey
- Yes, he scares in real life.
(donkey-Dyuzhev) 😂😂😂

It didn't seem to me that Arseny was being rude at the moment when the practitioners were mentioned: "I hope this helps you somehow." I don't care about people who are supposedly spiritually developed, but when they start to climb to other people, filled with their knowledge, they begin to publicly talk nonsense about hand treatment (see Contacts), they infuriate me. Ira is stupid, unfortunately, and far from (not) reading books is the case here, as mentioned above.
Stepanushka
Stepanushka
PRO
16 Jun 12:02 # Show original
Very contradictory feelings after watching. The questions are complicated , the wording is strange and Ira surprisingly knows nothing, although the whole issue guys hee-hee ha-ha. Ira annoyed me more than she amused me. And Dimka was knocked down with a hypocrite, here he was absolutely not deservedly beaten up.
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nilson
nilson
17 Jun 05:46 # Show original
lol, why is everyone in the comments sure that the guest did not read the Master and Margarita? Because I didn't remember the Persian rally, which flashed there in 5-7 chapters on backup dances? Or why is he suddenly so nervous?
Will there be further hysteria that someone does not know the name of the tram driver who cut off Berlioz's head, the brand of spilled oil or the number of the hut on Sadovaya? xD that's how you have to screw up a poor mime
RenEsme
RenEsme
17 Jun 08:05 # Show original
@nilson: Berlioz's head was cut off by a young woman, a Komsomol member. The oil was vegetable, without a brand. It was spilled by Annushka. The number of a bad apartment is 50 (and not a bad question for the game! 🤣). But on the main premise, I agree with you :)
nilson
nilson
17 Jun 08:36 # Show original
@RenEsme: Well, you probably know these facts not because you remember all the nuances of the works you read. do you like MIME, have you read it recently, or something else.
you can also throw in the name of Ivan Arnoldovich, which recommended reading the Sidengam or the title of Nai-Tours and so on.
Like any game to throw in, which well, sooo targeted people remember, if they read something not for the purpose of studying it directly, writing an essay or they liked it, I don't have the strength to reread it, and then sit in the comments to water everyone "how so mooo-then"
xD
, reading the comments, I just faded away from the conclusions, especially VK, that's where of course I don't turn bags around
RenEsme
RenEsme
17 Jun 16:03 # Show original
@nilson: Yes, I love a novel, and I like to read in general. And I read whole volumes of analyses, for example, Zertsalov. Or all editions of the novel under the general title Prince of Darkness. But what you called and asked is just important colors, I remember them from the 5th grade, when I first tried to read this horror.
And how many comedians haven't read war and peace? Olya Parfenyuk, for example. And Astrid Lindgren, for whom it's a shame? And about Kir Bulychev - " something familiar", Shastun said in quotes. Such a generation, or such a show business, I do not know.
And specifically, Irina was very worried and afraid in this program. Then I got tired.
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
17 Jun 10:08 # Show original
@nilson: so you think that everyone should be sure that she read it, but forgot? But it's not that she didn't remember him on the fly.
The girl was born in 88, during her lifetime the popularity of the novel is significant, there were 3 film adaptations (2 films and a TV series), the first when she was 18 years old, the last this year. All are known, advertised from every iron, except maybe Kara's movie, which disappeared for years. Both books and films belong to the range of her professional knowledge.
Here, lol, it is necessary to forget about the hysteria and the last name of the tram driver, and in the case of Gorbacheva, everything is simpler.
nilson
nilson
17 Jun 14:12 # Show original
@Gastrolith: no, it's not at all "that is,"; I think it's not worth throwing such a tantrum over questionable conclusions. during the years of human life, the popularity of many things is significant: The Musketeers, Star Trek, the Lord of the Rings, Avatar, and all sorts of heresy wagon and cart. And it is unlikely that many contemporaries memorized all or most of the characters in each work, be it a book or a show. I've read and watched the conditional Three Musketeers 25 times in total, but if someone comes up and asks for the name of the Vicomte de Bragelonne's girlfriend - finally xs.
They didn't ask about the main characters there, but about a dude who didn't shine much at all along the way. Even after thinking about the topic, I don't remember much about him, like he made a cream and sent Likhodeev to Yalta, and, in my opinion, that's all his story arc. However, I fully believe that the RenEsme commentator will be able to name a lot more scenes.
It doesn't follow from this in any way, I've read the book, I haven't read the book, it's just that the person doesn't remember something. And no one said anywhere that she hadn't read, she just hadn't remembered the demons. The rest is guesswork, which everyone frothed at. And that's what I was asking, why would everyone be so hooked on this, as if the world had come together like a wedge))
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
17 Jun 14:58 # Show original
@nilson: It's not clear why you think that it catches everyone. Well, few people know Gorbachev, who wanted to - noted this feature of her. Does she know much more about any other areas? She couldn't show it. Nerves there or something like that is unknown. Maybe she was so unlucky and all the questions were ignored. It's not just that she didn't know any characters, she couldn't explain the question and more than one. And you narrow everything down to some little things and quibbles.
The dude who Doesn't Glow is taken by Bulgakov from biblical texts. This is not a tram driver and not the height of the house in which the Master lived, in feet. I.e., you may not know Roman, but you still understand what kind of Azazello this is. Irina seems to be a believer, has a goddaughter who attended church. Even if she has left now and practices unknown practices, but she was once Orthodox, apparently. Bulgakov and his novel have been in the school curriculum since 1992.
So it turns out that the actress Gorbacheva is not interested in Bulgakov, she probably played the fool at school, films and TV series on Bulgakov are also not important from any point of view, the Bible is perhaps something much older for her, and faith often undergoes changes.
RenEsme
RenEsme
17 Jun 16:00 # Show original
@Gastrolith: Roman scared me when I was a kid. He's scary, not for everyone. I didn't understand Moscow at all and didn't accept it - then I listened to lectures by charismatic professionals who explained why the novel was bad. For example, the church does not accept him. The more I listened, the more I liked him, but this is my personal story.
I don't understand why an actress has to be smart. No, you don't have to. Maybe even the opposite. But this is also my deep IMHO :)
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
17 Jun 17:42 # Show original
@RenEsme: She doesn't have to be smart, I agree. :)
But since many people have noticed this, then you can talk about it.
nilson
nilson
17 Jun 21:22 # Show original
@Gastrolith: I think because I see comments here and in VK, and there, well, it's very easy to notice how bombed. I think you've noticed it too, so I don't see the point and interest in statistical eyeliners. And they just narrowed it down to the smallest details, like poor Azazello, forgotten by the gods and humanity
But in general, you seem to have caught my thought "actress Gorbacheva is not interested in Bulgakov" - well, actually, it does not have to be interesting, maybe she is more interested in Zabolotsky, Zamyatin and Griboyedov, but she read and forgot this one. My interest in general is not related to the actress herself, but rather to the phenomenon that a heralyon of people suddenly got so blown up with MIME, recorded a person who forgot the nuances in shit, and arranged a holivar (there are less than 35k comments in VK). The school curriculum also includes the Quiet Don, a Word about Igor's regiment, 500 poems by Pushkin, Balmont and 5 more sheets of a3 works from Bulychev to Solzhenitsyn. Everyone has someone taken from somewhere, personified something, is the essence of something and so on, and Azazello of them is one of the most pop will be xD
note the peculiarity of "little knows " - how to judge a fish by the ability to climb a tree. As they say in the biblical texts you mentioned, do not judge, and you will not be judged; do not condemn, and you will not be condemned
nilson
nilson
17 Jun 21:26 # Show original
@Gastrolith: I'm not specifically talking about you, if that's the impression I got, I'm just thinking out loud
RenEsme
RenEsme
18 Jun 07:30 # Show original
@nilson: So no one remembered the demons in the game. Arseny remembered Gella, and she really is from the entourage. She's a straight retinue-retinue, opens the door, hands over her hat. And Azazello is a killer demon, he is remembered more from the novel Azazel than from the MIME. There the guys were confused about cats and Hippos, that's what surprised them :)
nilson
nilson
18 Jun 08:24 # Show original
@RenEsme: it seems like Arseny wrote to Azazello after the call, if I'm not mistaken, but initially yes, without demonic clarifications about Gella, a valid answer. And so yes, I understand, I don't have any special questions for the participants, I remembered how I remembered. About the behemoth, I personally got the impression that everything was just thrown on the fan to dilute the defeatist attitude.
I was only surprised by the streams of shit from couch critics, with weak arguments that it's just sooooooooooo impossible to forget, it's absorbed with mother's milk, the obstetrician cuts the umbilical cord and immediately starts "one spring, two citizens appeared on Patriarch's Ponds" and some fantastic leap to the conclusion about stupidity (well, it's still okay, these are VK comments, here many people initially come to call someone stupid, they are no match for professors with a dissertation on the silver Age), but also about the complete lack of professionalism and horizons because of this
lol how it was connected at all xD
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
18 Jun 18:48 # Show original
@nilson: yes, there are many other things, but there were no questions about this in the program. We judge by those in which she participated. But the analogy with fish and wood is not true. Gorbacheva's profession is climbing trees. Know the works of art, literature, cinema.
nilson
nilson
Yesterday, 02:02 # Show original
@Gastrolith: whatever your job description went)) this is, of course, an offtop, but knowing works of art, literature, cinema is the work of an art critic, a teacher of the Moscow Art Museum, a philologist and others like them)) her profession is to plausibly play what is written on a piece of paper, no more, no less
I opened the direction "Actor of drama theater and cinema" at the Moscow Art Theater, MGIK and GITIS - there is nothing like that there)))
Gastrolith
Gastrolith
Today, 10:03 # Show original
@nilson: of course, because for " it is plausible" to play, you only need a desire and nothing else :)
and I don't know where you looked - but there is Literature in the Moscow Art Theater even at entrance exams, and in courses:
- The history of the Russian theater
- History of the foreign theater
- History of cinema
where is there before the job description, simple training :)
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