It’s morning in a scene from the TV show 30 vies. Teenager Louis-Vincent is asleep in bed. His father opens his bedroom door and walks in to wake him up. He says to his son who’s lying in bed:
Qu’est-ce que tu fais? Y’est huit heures moins vingt! T’as pas mis ta sonnerie?
They have a short conversation, then the father leaves and goes to the kitchen. There, he tells his wife that their son has overslept. To say this, he uses the expression passer tout droit.
Do you remember that the pronunciation of passer in Quebec French is pâsser? The â sounds like “aww.”
J’ai passé tout droit ce matin.
I overslept this morning. I woke up late this morning.
[Quote from 30 vies, season 2, episode 86, Radio-Canada, Montreal, 21 February 2012.]