Oliver Bucher and Papa Gerd on the Road: Tears in Family History

First of all, it’s a laugh-out-loud, crazy messy ride: Oliver Bucher, a father of five and a devoted soul at least as far as the parental home goes, has made his dad Gerd go again. The 72-year-old immediately became addicted when he went to London for the first new episode of the enchanting road trip documentary Pocher und Papa auf Reisen.

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You have to know: Gerd Bucher has some health issues behind him. Now he’s fit again, curious and ready to hang out more than ever. “My family doctor has decided I am eligible to travel,” he says proudly. There was no doubt about it. Although the back pinch from time to time. And when getting in and out of the tiny house, even for the rather short Pocher family, the Mini with its nostalgic paint “Mister Bean”, the energetic dad needs a helping hand from time to time.

Oliver Bucher: “That’s your sense of humor – disgusting!”

However, Gerd Bucher doesn’t need any help with sometimes slippery sayings. But on the contrary. Not infrequently, it even appears as if his camera-savvy son is blushing on the inside. Do you like the taste? Shortly before we went to the legendary horse racing grounds in Ascot, Gerd Bucher said in a supposedly innocent manner: “Is there also riding there?” Then he grinned from ear to ear.

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Oliver Bucher at first seemed shocked–in light of the possible mystery and undisguised joy of his product in the old man’s humor. But then the madness erupted in Junior, too. His father asked the stinging counter-question: “Even though my mom isn’t there?” Only to close his eyes clearly and complain to his father in mock indignity: “This is such a sense of humor – disgusting!”

When Prince Charles’ former butler almost deviated from his character

Indeed, on the multi-day island trip that took Pochers from southern England via stops in the London area, across Scotland to the Midlands and finally to the football city and Beatles of Liverpool, nothing fit the two. One understands and understands the other wonderfully. Especially when messing around – for example, when the former butler of Prince Charles came to the brink of calm with rude behavior and outrageous table manners.

Although Grant Butler usually appears to be a role model for elegant restraint, after much Oliver Collor, a terrible doubt erupted from him: Does Oliver Bucher really come from his father, who often appears to be more of a breeder, at least on the outside? “I have a feeling he might have adopted Oliver from the street,” the porter speculated about the young Oli.

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Wild Scotland: Bareback Whiskey Drinking Contest

Perhaps it was some kind of bad conscience that after the trip to Scotland, Papa Boucher had to reveal a family secret, after frivolous jokes about skirts that were meant to be worn without underwear, and a hilarious whiskey-drinking contest. This was especially related to the pedigree of Oliver Bucher.

Things really started to work out when a small group of travelers made an automatic stop at a somewhat unsurprising home area in Carlisle – just across the Scottish border. It’s hard to believe that Pocher’s real relatives live there. Gerd Bucher explained to his son: “We met the daughter of Aunt Jutta.” The relationship with Oliver Guetta’s mother did not clarify the exact family scores. It must have something to do with an ex-grandmother. Let it be: “Family always comes first,” Papa Boucher said emotionally.

“My father shook here”

However, he caused further confusion when he no longer remembered exactly when the England Bushers last visited England when the Bushers visited England. However, Gerd remembers one date very clearly: 1977, a year before Oliver Bucher’s birthday on February 18, 1978.

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And the nine months before that had to do with the country house in Carlisle. “It’s made in England,” Gerd Bucher whispered. Apparently, an Oli son was previously born on British soil. “My parents shook here,” Oliver said happily, and was amazed. “You become lustful when you are here,” he said, looking at the humble abode. Tears of emotion flowed a little later.

“Our most intense flight”

However, the shouting immediately continued: at the end of the journey, when we first went to Liverpool FC to the tunes of the club’s anthem “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and then to an adventurous performance by the Beatles at the legendary Cavern club pub. “The music is timeless,” rejoice Mushroom heads Gerd Bucher “Childhood dream come true”.

And indeed: Oliver Bucher (and the RTL team in the background) really stuck with his lively, fun, and totally lovable dad. The trip wasn’t just fun for the elderly. “It was the most intense trip we’ve had,” cried Baba Boucher. “Goosebumps – just awesome,” he said. “More is not possible” conciliatory end. And Oliver finally found a “real” home.

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