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  • Do you still have tickets?

  • No, sir, we're sold out. Sorry.

  • That's the way I like it!

  • WHINDERSSON NEXT STOP: LISBON

  • Look who's here already.

  • AVELINO SECURITY GUARD

  • When we go to another country,

  • we always do a checking procedure.

  • We check the documents

  • of the car, the taxi driver, the car itself,

  • to see if it complies with safety standards.

  • All right, Mr. Henrique.

  • The car is pretty new. Let's drive my 01 here, okay?

  • Let's go, 01.

  • -A very good morning! -Good morning.

  • So pleased to meet you.

  • How many people live in Portugal?

  • -Eleven million. -Eleven millions. I have...

  • two and a half Portugals on my channel.

  • You're really famous.

  • Who is the most famous Brazilian you know around here?

  • That's Fabio Porchat. Apart from you, of course!

  • I saw some advertising at the airport that mentioned spiking water.

  • Spiking water? A "spike" is when you...

  • It gives me quite a spike to do this.

  • -It gives me a lot of-- -I got it! I remember what that water was.

  • It wasn't water, but an energy drink.

  • Yes, to give a spike, energy, vitality.

  • It gives me a lot of spike.

  • In Brazil, what gives you a big spike is Viagra, right, Avelino?

  • -The blue pill! -If you have Viagra,

  • you take a blue pill, you see a spike, major.

  • A big spike all night, pal.

  • In your face, your ear, your curls.

  • And this one is Augusta Street,

  • which is a very well-known street, a walkway.

  • It's just for walking on foot.

  • Well, Augusta Street in São Paulo means another kind.

  • Other kinds of street walkers.

  • There are a lot of dames.

  • It's like a red light district.

  • You know why it is good? Because during summer when we...

  • lie down with the wife, and it's hot,

  • it's like, "Get away," and during winter, it's time to "get up here."

  • -Back there, it's-- -It's always hot, right?

  • There is only "get up here," sweating and slipping over the other.

  • It even gets greasy upon each other.

  • And no one cares.

  • The sweat is hitting the eyes, and then we do it with eyes closed.

  • -Thanks a lot. -It was my pleasure.

  • What's your Instagram?

  • -It's @henriquetaxiportugal. -Henrique...

  • -taxiportugal. -Taxiportugal.

  • Ten followers. Ten.

  • -It's already starting. -I'll help you already.

  • -Eleven. -Eleven!

  • -Thanks a lot, Henrique. See you. -It's growing! Bye!

  • I'm calling Fabio because I was asking everyone around here

  • who is famous around here, and everyone said Fabio Porchat!

  • I'm calling him and asking for tips about a cool place. Speak up, baby!

  • -I'm home and shirtless! -With a big moustache?

  • -He is home and shirtless. -It's for Porta dos Fundos.

  • Bro, I just arrived in Lisbon. It's been...

  • about an hour or something, and I wanted you to refer me to someone

  • who knows cool stuff to do around Lisbon.

  • -Hugo, he's a local producer. A friend. -Hugo? That's cool.

  • The guy knows only the best places, restaurants. He's friends with chefs,

  • producers all over the place.

  • Do you have the sun's number, as well? Because it's too cold!

  • I do, he's here in Rio de Janeiro. It's a goddamn heatwave around here.

  • All right, I'll talk to him,

  • and we'll go wherever he takes us. Guide.

  • -Hugo's the guy. -Sure, thanks!

  • -Thanks, boy. -Big smooch!

  • Let's go after Hugo, then.

  • -There we are. Big Artist. -This is Hugo, right?

  • HUGOBREGA LOCAL PRODUCER

  • -That's me. -Fabio Porchat spoke highly of you.

  • Fabio, well, they say he's the man.

  • He says that if you picked it, it's a serious place.

  • -It's people who-- -You see, them, right?

  • -That one I know. -This one you know, right?

  • -Do you know this one, João Neto? -No, man.

  • Geez, Macho, did you see the way he poured it?

  • Geez, that's good.

  • You don't even know how to drink it.

  • You are toasting to a good wine.

  • It's wine. Definitely.

  • -A toast to the wine. -A toast.

  • A great wine.

  • Wonderful. You can eat these using your hands.

  • Like this.

  • Geez, boy.

  • Without the shell, of course. Just the creature.

  • No, this one is just...

  • You pull it like this.

  • -With the hands? The shell and all? -It's good, really.

  • Iberian octopus.

  • -Iberian Octopus? -That's amazing.

  • What was the biggest mess that Brazilians made around here?

  • We don't say "to piss," we say "to pee." They do it everywhere.

  • When they drink too much draft beer.

  • Oh, fuck, on my foot.

  • I think Brazilians take samba and dance everywhere.

  • I'm here at the main avenue.

  • As you drive by at the end of the day, you see them dancing.

  • Burn down, cabaret!

  • Is there a place around here where I can try out some jokes?

  • You can go over there by Largo do Chiado, where people pass by and stop.

  • There will be a little bit of everyone there for you.

  • We could go there.

  • To test jokes,

  • or try something else, daddy-o.

  • -Look at our ride, daddy-o. -Wow! Is that mine?

  • -I'm taking the front seat. I don't care. -Sorry, not here.

  • -You're going in those. But it's cool. -Where are we going? In these?

  • Look at the size of my shins, fellow.

  • It's a new movie, Little and Furious.

  • Little and Furious.

  • Pretty awesome, man. Everybody's looking at us.

  • Hit the street, son!

  • Fuck, Macho, it's awesome. We're riding these little cars.

  • -Really awesome, man. -You reckon we'd do this?

  • We're going to the place that Hugo,

  • the lad, mentioned to us, Largo do Chiado.

  • You can already hear the artists moving around.

  • And now there's this band. Look.

  • Look, feel the...

  • And that's where I come in.

  • Come on, one more time.

  • One, two, three.

  • -Pretty good, thanks. -Shit, that worked, right?

  • We scored!

  • Here it is, daddy-o.

  • -That's it. Thanks. -Thank you, really. Thanks.

  • -I like your show. -Thank you, brother.

  • Awesome when Whindersson played there to the crowd.

  • JOÃO NETO ASSISTANT

  • I found a lot of Brazilian fans.

  • I didn't know he had that many out here in Portugal. Sick.

  • It was there I met Rai,

  • who's been here in Portugal for more than 20 years.

  • He's from Piaui like Whindersson.

  • He works at a restaurant

  • -that plays fado, right, Rai? -That's right.

  • And he invited Whindersson to try a pocket show there.

  • Let's see if it works, talk to Whindersson. Let's try?

  • -You will really like it. You are welcome. -Sure, we'll do the pocket there.

  • A very good evening, folks.

  • -Knock-knock. -Hi, 01.

  • -Are we rocking this night? -João, I told you.

  • -That's why I didn't change. You said it. -Let's go, daddy-o!

  • I know Avelino will bust my balls as it's late.

  • I know I ask too much,

  • for the guy to buy medicine late at night. Anyway, they're coming with me.

  • Because I can't stop thinking of puns about fado,

  • I need to know it to at least forget them.

  • Right? So I stop watching...

  • Time for Fado.

  • Or even Fafá de Belém.

  • -I can't believe it. -Sleeping?

  • -I can't believe it. -Let's go, Macho. Let's enjoy fado.

  • -Where? Broke? -Pretty cool.

  • -What, bro? -Enjoy big old fado, crazy stuff.

  • -What is fado, bro? -Fado, those cheery Portuguese songs.

  • Fellows, I really love Whindersson. You have no idea.

  • But he asks for some things

  • that are a little complicated. We spent the whole day going round and round.

  • 10:00 p.m., and the guy comes by, "Let's go for fado." Let's go, Macho.

  • Jesus Christ. Let's sleep.

  • Let me sleep, pal.

  • Don't we know fado from Brazil already, Macho?

  • -Which fado? -Fado, Father Fado de Melo.

  • That one now, bro? At 10:00 p.m., really?

  • -Come on, move. I have to wake up early. -There's a guy that I think

  • is from Piaui too. He approached me when you sang there.

  • -Who? -His name is Rai. Said to visit his bar.

  • So let's move it. I won't even look anymore, since you know him.

  • Hey, but isn't it dangerous, man?

  • Of course, no, Macho. It's Europe here.

  • Here, we go out with one iPhone and come back with three.

  • It will be dangerous for them, bro.

  • I'll go take a look there, João, and talk to you.

  • Sure. Tell us on Zap.

  • -I'll show up tomorrow, anyway. -I talked to João,

  • who said, "Listen, man, I didn't want to go.

  • I'm too tired." João, I'm tired too.

  • But when 01 wants to go, we need to go as well.

  • We need to escort him, so he can feel safe

  • and take it easy. That is our purpose here.

  • -How are you? All good? -How's it going?

  • -All good. I am from Piaui, yeah. -So you are from Piaui?

  • -But you've been here for while, right? -Yes, I left there at 12.

  • -I see. -And you come from Teresina?

  • Actually, I came from 76 miles north of Teresina, from Barras.

  • A little more known.

  • Have you been?

  • Listen. It's fado.

  • Damn it. I was so lost. Didn't know if I could applaud.

  • Thank you so much.

  • -Very amusing. Damn, bro. -Very good.

  • Hey, Macho, so unusual.

  • -Very cool, really cool. -I think so, too.

  • I'm very impressed. Really.

  • I thought it would be a sad environment.

  • From what I heard from people, I thought it would be a dark place.

  • I mean, with people crying.

  • The accordionist lamenting, like--

  • -Like an axe. -With the rose.

  • Taking out the wedding ring, breaking up or something.

  • No, nothing of the sort. Fado really means "sad."

  • Back there, we have a fado called "Marília Mendonça."

  • -Everybody who listens to it cries a lot. -Is it fado?

  • -Is it Portuguese? And she used-- -It depends on your relationship status.

  • You see? If you're not well,

  • -it will be fado. I'm even shaking. -Are you anxious?

  • I'm shaking all over.

  • Happy times.

  • It was amazing, man. I love it, because

  • people sell it like...

  • But it's beautifully sad.

  • Something cute sad.

  • You get, like, charmed.

  • You must be a really optimistic person

  • because you can see beauty in sadness.

  • I'm one of these people who don't like to show their feelings.

  • To lay your head on a pillow.

  • Then you start thinking of your little daughter,

  • of your wife.

  • -You have a daughter? How old? -Yes, she is 21.

  • -Twenty-one, already? -Yes, 21.

  • Do you want to send anything there?

  • Listen, there's something.

  • My daughter will know what it is.

  • I won't tell you what it is, now.

  • I would like you to deliver it to her in person.

  • -I sure will, of course. -Can you, really?

  • -Geez, that's-- -Why not? Shit, I'm headed there.

  • That is a surprise gift.

  • -She'll find out there. -She'll see it.

  • -She'll know what I'm talking about. -Sure.

  • -This is it, friend. -Yes.

  • -She's a fan of yours. This... -I'll deliver it.

  • So this gift will have

  • -a double meaning. -Okay, then.

  • -First, because of its meaning. -Sure.

  • -Second, because it's delivered by you. -Then it's settled.

  • -All right? Thank you. -Thank you, Rai, leave it...

  • -Is it in good hands? -It is, and I'll deliver it.

  • -Thanks, daddy-o. -Bye, friend.

  • I'll deliver it myself.

  • That is old Piaui.

  • All over the world, you can always find one, two, three around.

  • All over. Because we multiply to really go.