字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント This show contains inappropriate language and may not be suitable for all audiences. 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? HUGO NÓBREGA 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.