Cordalis works in chords on his self-dismantling, papis has to leave the camp and Djamila and Gigi are the dream team of the 15th day. But someone also had “his period.”
First things first: It’s Saturday. Or as Djamila says: “We’re getting a bra for the weekend today.” We are fast approaching the final. Six jungle aspirants are still in the running, but only one can “clear the 100,000 euros” and, as Claudia said shortly before she was thrown out, “realize a dream from the fee again.”
Wait a minute, Claudia! As a “pearl” from the Effenberg and dirndl designer, don’t you have enough gravel on the high edge? Once again, the viewer can watch how she pretends, wonderfully hypocritically, that she has made it up with Gigi again and “waits for him at the hotel bar”, while she whistles at the back: “I don’t want to have anything to do with him outside.”
As soon as the player’s wife has made the turn, Djamila blossoms like the most beautiful daylily. In the meantime, she admits, she can hardly imagine that the time in the jungle will ever end. We learn of the adorably normal problems she struggles with, like when that stupid printer dies and you don’t have the technical expertise to get the bitch working again before, of course, smashing it in anger.
“It’s not easy being Lucas Cordalis”
Djamila, mother of two children, also says that she would like to have more contact with her son. Not just because of the printer, of course. Once again, she provides insights into her past: an official eighth-grade degree, Stasi checks and the never-lived dream of going to university. Also: the honest statement that you have done everything possible to somehow be present. But we can currently see from the Cordalis-Katzenberger clan that too much presence can backfire. Every day brings a new embarrassment. Outside as inside.
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You can no longer unravel all the attempts of the Costa offspring to put themselves in the light of his father. It sometimes seems awkward, almost clumsy, for example when he “makes peace with Gigi and Dad’s because he can”. On the other hand, at the same time, there is this terribly annoying smugness of constantly appearing as if one is intellectually superior to the others. Yes, we know: “It’s not easy being Lucas Cordalis.”
Now of course you have to say: Lucas Cordalis is not a bad or malicious person. But he obviously lives in an illusion and dismantles himself day after day. It doesn’t help that there’s no use of fake small talk or the clumsy attempt to address deeper issues and saying sentences like: “I imagine it’s nice in Senegal. ” Or: “Parents always do what is best for their children.” It takes less than two minutes for the remaining comrades-in-arms to become suspicious and then announce this extensively and in clear words on the jungle telephone.
“In There – With These Creatures”
Not a day without a jungle test. For Jolina and Cosimo it means: “No more airy”. The two have to dive for stars in a tank that fills up more and more with water and maneuver them through an underwater labyrinth with a magnet. The test is not easy, especially when you swim and dive among eels, crabs, mud crabs, water spiders and crocodiles. Not to mention the iguana that has made itself comfortable on Cosi’s head.
With three out of six stars it’s back to camp after a shrill screaming party. Nevertheless: super performance, super dived! As the adrenaline drains from Cosi’s body, he realizes he was in shock during the exam. “In there – with these creatures”. He needs time to himself to process the impressions. Or as our Lucas notes: “Cosimo has his period.” No! Did he really say that? Yes he has.
Time for some heart and a lot of harmony. Gigi and Djamila go on a treasure hunt after talking about real and fake breasts in the camp, because: “Women make the world beautiful”. And so the two move out to give us the most moving pictures of the last few days. Both balance on a wobbly beam, at the end of which they place blocks. The task: minor matter. Because it’s too nice to see how Gigi Djamila hugs, hugs and supports her. In short: an absolute dream team. The treasure hunt ends successfully. The reward: a little coffee for everyone.
What else happened:
Papis tells of the adversity and reprisals that homosexuals are subjected to in his homeland, Senegal. His story is heartwarming, as it has been many times over the past two weeks, while Jolina talks about feeling how hard it is to disguise yourself. Despite these always touching fates, day 15 is ultimately a Djamila day. How she praises Gigi’s good upbringing after Cordali’s provocation the day before shows: This woman is a worthy jungle queen.
The camp has to leave shortly before the semifinals: daddies. However, he should urgently look for a lawyer, because as we have learned from Djamila in the meantime, this is actually “unacceptable from a legal point of view.”