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“My wedding ring is still somewhere in that lamb”: Mathias and Dieter Coppens give an unforgettable birth in “Boer Coppens” |  television

“My wedding ring is still somewhere in that lamb”: Mathias and Dieter Coppens give an unforgettable birth in “Boer Coppens” | television

television“Boer Coppens” begins the night with unforgettable images and tears. At his temporary farm, Matthias Coppens (45) receives a visit from his cousin and “Down the Road” host Dieter (45) for help. Childhood memories initially create a cheerful atmosphere, but that changes completely when Matthias notices a sheep carrying a lamb and the birth appears to be going wrong.


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The two are alone on the farm and left to fend for themselves. The idea of ​​the new VTM program is for Mathias to give a farming family a pampered holiday and in the meantime take care of all the work on the farm with a well-known guest. In the first episode this is Dieter.

Matthias and Dieter Coppens in the movie “Boer Coppens”. © RV

“Excuse me, how long has the calving been going on here and is it still okay,” Dieter asks anxiously, when he also sees a ewe’s head sticking out. The two cousins ​​decide to take action and help the sheep give birth. But despite some pulling movements, this initially failed.

“It’s already too late, this lamb has already died,” they concluded with disappointment. Although the two do not give up. Urged on by Matthias, Dieter, like a brilliant vet, puts his hands into the ewe to look for the lamb’s legs. Because: “They have to go out first and then the cup.”

Matthias and Dieter Coppens in a movie
Matthias and Dieter Coppens in the movie “Boer Coppens”. © RV

Only after several attempts and a lot of fuss was the lamb finally born. However, the depressive atmosphere, underscored by the menacing background music, changes completely immediately when it turns out that the lamb is still alive after all. The two ambitious farmers then placed the lamb and ewe in a separate pen in strict accordance with the rules of sheep science. When the newborn lamb says “meh” for the first time, Matthias becomes emotional, tears are shed and the two cousins ​​fall into each other’s arms, satisfied and satisfied.

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Matthias and Dieter Coppens in a movie
Matthias and Dieter Coppens in the movie “Boer Coppens”. © rack

Quirk

all’s well That ends well? Of course, with the Coppens family, made up of experienced TV creators, tough TV scenes never end without a joke. Dieter will take care of that this time. He panics and claims that he lost his wedding ring during childbirth: “So it must still be in the lamb somewhere.”

Matthias can’t believe the plot twist at first, but in dismay he comes to help and prepares to inspect the sheep internally. Until Dieter started laughing and asked the witness at his wedding: “Don’t you remember, Matthias?” “I got married without rings at that time.” Then the cousins ​​fall into each other’s arms again and embrace.

Matthias and Dieter Coppens in a movie
Matthias and Dieter Coppens in the movie “Boer Coppens”. © RV

Matthias and Dieter Coppens in a movie
Matthias and Dieter Coppens in the movie “Boer Coppens”. © rack

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Matthias and Dieter Coppens in a movie
Matthias and Dieter Coppens in the movie “Boer Coppens”. © RV