The many questioned were even before announcement of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in Quebec and the setting of some regions on a “Roy Alert”
Even before the announcement of a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic in Quebec and the setting of certain regions on a “Roy Alert” the many questioned were: ” What about Halloween this year? »
Although the question affects families who wonder whether the children will be able to knock on doors to collect candy, many are those who are simply fans of the famous costume party and want to be able to celebrate the’season of the year’. “Horror” as it should be – despite Covid-19.
In a video released on his Facebook page on Monday, September 28, he introduces several characters likely to respond to the Halloweeners who would come to pick up treats this year.
Everything goes: From ultra-prudent people to famous conspirators, Alex Lapointe slips into the shoes of several types of Quebec citizens, and the result is hilarious.
Fortunately, the comedian makes a good point (rather funny), while he recalls that several had cancelled/postponed Halloween last year since it was bad weather (rain and winds blown). It goes without saying that it is a little paradoxical to want children to ring all homes in the time of a global pandemic but to be dissuaded by poor temperatures.