It’s Schlag Saturday! 4/5/18

By | May 4, 2018

Saturday 4th May, 7:15pm UK/8:15pm local
Pro 7 and naughty internet streaming

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Schlag den Henssler is back, and a plucky contestant will be attempting to win €250,000 by besting celebrity chef Stefan Henssler over 15 mystery events.

As ever, we’ll be here attempting to provide commentary, gossip and games, and we’re likely to be a while so do feel free to dip in and out.

Watching the live Pro 7 stream might be a bit more difficult than it has been previously.

Our commentary stream link will appear here – live from 7:15 to around midnight.
This stream is commentary only. You will need to have a naughty stream running at the same time for the visuals. We are likely to be about 15-20 seconds behind the visual stream (and about a full minute behind if you’re watching an actual satellite feed), sorry.

At time of writing, there is a live decent quality low-fuss live stream. We cannot guarantee it will always be working.

The Opera VPN has apparently stopped being useful for SdH. Bother’s Bar recommends shelling out for a proper VPN service. Bother’s Bar uses Tunnelbear, other VPN services are available. Matt Clemson recommends Windscribe as a free alternative. We cannot take responsibility for anything you do to your system, so be careful and use some common sense.

To watch it would be useful to sign up for ProSieben’s catch-up service – it’s pretty simple to work out, don’t click the box if you don’t want e-mail messages. You will need to put in a proper e-mail because it will send you a confirmation. 

If anyone knows of any relatively safe livestreams, do feel free to share.

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5 thoughts on “It’s Schlag Saturday! 4/5/18

  1. Nico W.

    I found this article about SdH interesting:
    http://m.dwdl.de/a/66764
    It’s about the question why there have been no female contestants in any episode of Schlag den Henssler. DWDL reached out to Prosieben and there answer was simple: The women aren’t good enough in the castings. I thought it was a bit easy to say that as there have been good women on SdR before, but somehow I understand the reason.

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  2. gyroscope

    Found the competitor a bit lacking last night on SDH – both in performance and personality. Henssler had obviously been trying to lose the belly over the last few weeks, but last night’s show seemed to have a low amount of games that required fitness or strength.. At this point, I think I prefer the Schlag den Star format over SDH (although I can see why they are trying to recapture the SDR magic). What are your thoughts after 5 outings now from Steffan?

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    1. Brig Bother Post author

      Steffen doesn’t quite have Raab’s personality, but I’m quite enjoying the relationship he has with Elton lightly taking the piss out of him, similar to when Matthais Opdenhovel was hosting that was never really there with Stephen Gatjen. And he is winning his shows, which was always going to be a worry.

      I was expecting the qualification test to have a mental element as well, so for it to be The Trapeze is a bit disappointing.

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