“The Geissens”: Davina shocked – Robert discovers a vibrator in Carmen’s luggage

The Geissens want to dissolve their old apartment in Monaco in four days and move into two new apartments. But the “move with Messie Geissini” falters because Robert has to touch every part himself. Then he finds a spicy item in Carmen’s luggage – daughter Davina is horrified.

Moving chaos at the Geissens! The millionaire family is completely stressed out. In the current double episode of “The Geissens – a terribly glamorous family” (Mondays, 8:15 p.m., RTLZWEI), nerves are on edge on the first day of the move: “I’m so disorganized, it’s unimaginable,” moans Carmen in the face of full cupboards and half packed cartons.

In four days, the Geissens actually want to have everything up and running: clear the old penthouse in Monaco, where the family lived for 15 years, and set up two new apartments. Davina and Shania’s new one. And next to it is Robert and Carmen’s new apartment. Although they have strong support from an Italian moving company (Robert: “They’re as fast as Speedy Gonzales!”), it is difficult to move forward. Shania knows why: “Dad always wants to keep everything!”

Instead of simply disposing of “old Driss” (Carmen), Robert examines each individual part very carefully. Some ancient floppy disks? Come with! A fool’s cap? Might be able to wear it again sometime. A bottle that still feels like 100 milliliters of plum brandy? It’s too good to throw away! Carmen fluctuates between desperation and resignation: “A move with Messie Geissini is of course a highlight!” She moans.

Robert Geiss discovers a spicy object in his wife Carmen’s luggage

Then Robert discovers something else in a suitcase that catches his attention: “Something’s moving! Is there an animal in there?” he asks curiously. But Carmen already has an idea when she sees the bag with the leopard print: “What is that? Not that it’s a vibrator now, but that would be embarrassing!” she says.

The vibrating noises are actually not to be confused, but daughter Davina can hardly believe her eyes: “What is that? Mom, why are you hiding in the bathroom?” Carmen has had enough of the faxes and declares the discussion over: “It’s an old electric toothbrush, we have to throw it away.” Davina throws the supposed toothbrush on the floor: “Why are you so disgusting? I’m traumatized for life!”

After the piquant incident, it doesn’t take long until the next family argument: Carmen thinks it is urgently necessary to explain to her spoiled daughters again that you need cleaning plans in a shared apartment so that you don’t sink into the dirt. Shania and Davina have other plans: they want a cleaning lady to clean their new apartment twice a week. Carmen: “Yeah, but I won’t pay you a cleaning lady!” Davina reacts stubbornly: “Then we’ll pay them. I earn money through sponsorships.”

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Carmen Geiss on daughter Davina’s request: “Are you crazy?”

That’s not all: “But we have to get money from you for food and groceries,” Davina demands. Carmen thinks she misheard: “Are you crazy? I’m already paying the rent! I think you don’t have them all anymore!” From a purely legal point of view, Carmen and Robert would have to take care of them until they were 21, Davina is convinced. Carmen shakes her head: “No, I don’t have to! You have to work, child!”

Meanwhile, Shania is trying to find out how much a stick of butter costs in Monaco when Robert joins in the discussion: “We pay two kilos of rice and three chicken breasts and a bottle of ketchup every week,” he grins. Davina doesn’t find it funny at all: “Why don’t you pay for the food? Do you want your children to die?” Robert: “Why die? You have enough to it.” Boom, that was it! Davina is angry: “You don’t say that. That’s not nice.” The end of the song: Carmen has to appease everyone again. Everyone can live with her solution: “You can come and eat with us every day, children!”

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