With his authentic personality and performances about everyday themes wrapped in jokes and stories, he is convincing: "...surprisingly witty in play and facial expressions", according to Dagblad van het Noorden.
Now, Thijs finally knows what he wants: to be honest. To pay a fair price, to have an honest opinion and to be honest with himself and others. But isn't lying better? Doesn't it get you much further? Is the neighbor's car as beautiful as he said it was? Or his sister's clothes? Thijs hesitates. Is he going to be honest all evening or... is it actually going to be an ode to lying?