This time on TV, Panariello does not laugh. She's crying. Opens the heart. It is moved when it is rewound to memories. "They told me that coming to you meant spending some tears," she tells Venier.
The Tuscan comedian traces his own life which tells of children's difficulties. Panariello was abandoned at birth and raised by his grandparents, it is likely that his natural father never knew of his existence. "My father doesn't know, because with my success, relatives have emerged as mushrooms too, so I think if he knew it he would show up," assures Panariello.
But the river tears at "Domenica in" come down when the clip on the monologue that Giorgio devotes to his constantly known father is broadcast. "Oh yeah, you think after trying it I was a little touched to do that … I thought if I have to get excited right here today," he tells Venier. Who says: "I wanted to drop everything …". He replies: "You did very well, I hoped it was a good shot to cut these monologues that you know … to see it from the outside. Then the embrace. Endless. And the feeling
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