Today's edition of the Kremlin Show is dedicated to the workers of the municipal or urban engineering, in Russian "Gh-K-H". Vladimir Putin is dedicating a song about the workers, the engineers, the janitors in Moscow. After the lights get down in the theater due to a mistake by Ghirinovskij, The head of the electric company "Rao-ES" Anatoli Chubays tells the audience about the costs for electric lights in Russia. The show ends with a singing analysis on how to tidy up the Russian government.
Did You Know?
The poem Yavlinskiy is reading after the first song is a parody on the poem "Vot i leto proshlo" (now the summer is gone) by Arseniy Tarkovskij. It was quoted in the movie "Stalker" from 1979. It was also used in the lyrics of the song "Tolko etogo malo" by Sofia Rotaru, which was spoofed in the second episode of "Kremlovskiy konzert" See more
During the closing credits Lushkov is trying to remove the parasites from the theater by playing the flute but gets followed by rats, like in the Pied Piper of Hamelin. See more
music by Rodion Shchedrin
(briefly sang by Ghirinovski at the beginning of the episode while pumping up the oven) See more