Cheche and Bureche were twin sisters living with their father which was played by Antonio Aquitania. Whenever their father leaves for work, Bureche usually terrorizes Cheche with her vile antics, but usually becomes the victim of her own schemes, in a running gag she screams "Argh! Wendell Ramos plays their love interest, a boy next door with a Justin Bieber -inspired hairdo.
Instead of Wrestling, they gave each other Massage. It only has three episodes. After a man Michael V. These two personalities are both the same in translation in a literal manner , including their names. They both wear black pants and glasses as well.
Pickup Lines — A reboot of Fliptop in which instead of a rap battle, it is a verbal battle using romantic puns commonly known to Filipinos as "pickup lines.
The Pickup Line Battle is composed of a preliminary round wherein two contestants will try to impress the woman moderator named Neneng Bakit, or simply Neneng B.
The winner of the match will be determined by audience impact, and moves on to face the "undefeated" Pickup Liner named Boy Pickup, played by Ogie Alcasid. In the end, Boy Pickup, who sometimes show up his trademark Zippo lighter , will remain undefeated, despite the fact that his pickup lines are so deep only a selected few can understand its true meaning.
He is being cheered on by one of the audience named Boy Backup played by Eri Neeman , who is also a writer for the show , which gives Boy Pickup enough audience impact to win the battle.
Bits, the host of the sketch. He is Boy Pickup's mortal competitor, and also has a backup guy named Kasuy Baba-Gee ], Sukli Moymoy Obeso, who always bring coins, hence the name, meaning "change" , and Bagoong Roadfill Obeso , who never wins even a single pickup battle, hence the name which is a reference to the word "balagoong" meaning always losing.
In the first episode, Johnny was training for an amateur match in Wildbox Boxing Gym an obvious parody of Wild Card Boxing Club, a Hollywood Boxing Gym owned by Manny Pacquiao 's head trainer Coach Freddie Roach until he met Benjo, his substitute trainer after finding out that the boxer's coach has flu.
During the training, he says several words that Johnny cannot understand such as "himu jaba", which is in fact one of the boxing combination moves. Near the end of the training, Johnny became upset when his trainer says lots of gibberish and beats Benjo up which Johnny interpreted as the trainer's orders.
Before the start of the match, Benjo came and told about the bad news that Johnny's trainer has H1N1 interpreted by Benjo as "Hini" and was hospitalized, and once again, Benjo substituted but Johnny disagreed because of his misunderstood words.
Benjo said to forget about it and reconcile, focus in the match, and listen to every move he says. Johnny was doing pretty well, until the trainer said "himu jaba", one of the words Johnny cannot understand the other two words were "himo dede boobi" and "katumachiku jumama poompoom" which causes the boxer to hold back and knocked out by his opponent until he lost after the third knockout.
After the fight, Ricky thanked Benjo for his "professional" coaching because of his "simple" words that Johnny cannot understand. In fact, he told Johnny one of the "moves"' real meaning i. Katumachiku jumana poompoom which means Jab , straight , hook , uppercut.
The second episode, is in fact a parody of the fight between Ricky Hatton and Manny Pacquiao , in which Pacquiao knocked out the British fighter twice in the first round and KO'ing him in the second round.
For example, Ba't ganun? Hotcake ang tawag kahit malamig na ito? Why is it called hotcake even if it is cold? Taiko Parody of the famous workout Tae-Bo. Coach Calmado Formerly known as "Mr. A sketch about a disciplined yet overly irate basketball coach despite his name, although he tries to be as calm as he can portrayed by Michael V. He is short-tempered and semi-psychotic that he threatens students and other people at schools.
In the end of each episode, he nearly strips off some of the faculty members such as referees, teachers, librarians etc. Daddy Dearest An obvious parody as well as a teaser for the then-upcoming drama-comedy My Daddy Dearest. The sketch tells about a father Ogie Alcasid telling a story to his son about what really happened to the latter's mother i.
In between the story-telling, several women kiss "Daddy Dearest" Alcasid and afterwards "Daddy Dearest" clarifies who they really are.
Job Interview —present A short segment that shows a typical initial interview for job applicants. San Lazaro portrayed by Diego Llorico. However, a female recruiter shows a questionnaire that is not suitable for a job interview, which is actually a questionnaire of Filipino culture as well as media references e. What's the World's Number 2 Shampoo? So the boss tells the recruiter to change the questionnaire and instead, he the boss will ask personality questions for the applicant in essay form.
As the title says, the sketch is a talent show for prisoners. Prisoners may stay to jail if they lose. But if someone won, they can be released. Susi Problems A parody as well as a teaser for the film Sosy Problems. One of the girls in the sketch also includes Bianca King who is also part of the cast of the said film. The sketch was only about the keys. Atlit —present A short sketch which shows Diego being proud of himself despite the criticisms of other people and always responds "atlit" which is a parody of the phrase "at least" at the end of the sketch.
She always criticize her daughter, "Selphie Moran" who is played by Sef Cadayona about what she does. Jacky Woo played the role as James Wang. There is a running gag that he is always the victim of the schemes he did not commit and often gets arrested for it. Their fathers are portrayed by Antonio Aquitania and Betong respectively. Istambay Sa Looban —present A situational sketch that takes place in a squatters' area or barangay which is narrated through song. The singers are portrayed by Michael V.
There was running gag in which the song was being interrupted by the squatters. Matapobre — A sketch about a rich man with an Elvis Presley -inspired hairdo portrayed by Michael V. As his name implies, he hates mannerisms of low-class people. He calls his two bodyguards, Ron and Jojo portrayed by Paolo Contis and Antonio Aquitania to investigate on low-class mannerisms involved in the rich man's house and blames his poor butler, Berto portrayed by Betong.
But at the end of the sketch, it is revealed that Mr. Matapobre's daughter, Jennifer portrayed by Denise Barbacena is the real culprit sparing Berto in the process in which her father cannot accept and tells the viewers that high-class people do not commit low-class mannerisms.
One example is this line: Hindi maaring ikaw ang kumain ng cake, dahil Matapobre's nephews and nieces at the end of the special sketch.
Starpok —present Parody of GMA's talk show, Startalk hosted by Angelo Santos Antonio Aquitania who dislikes showbiz-like answers to his questions since he wants his guests to tell the truth behind the rumors and beats them up when answering so. Each captive will be asked a riddle or a logical question. If answered correctly, the captive is spared from punishment and is set free. Otherwise, the captive will be asked whether "Tsugi" or "Chorva". If the captive chooses "chorva", the captive is forced to be taken fancy be the cave gay men and is then set free.
If the captive chooses "tsugi", it follows the same condition as "chorva". This also happens during the opening or before the closing of the show wherein the segment is reformatted in a daring game format. The sketch then shows the entire cast in their normal appearances , the game hosted by Michael V.
Starting October , the questions are based from Bubble Gang's 20th Anniversary i. Reality —present A series of scenarios featuring a comparison illustrating an obvious discrepancy. The "Expectation" part shows a positive scenario. Whereas the "Reality" part shows the negative version of the same scenario. The sketch aired on Christmas of The title is also a pun of the phenomenal tandem AlDub only shown once and two days before Christmas.
Features a local band named Onyx. About a rich gal who loiters the nearby pool who always encounters her rivals. Engkantodo Parody version of Encantadia requel. About the four big and healthy Hang'gres combined pun of Sang'gres and hungry who will take the throne of Engkantodo.
Played by Michael V. It was briefly revived in and The show experienced a resurfacing in the late and is broadcast once a month. It is a parody of the religious television program Ang Dating Daan English: At first, the nursery rhyme "Row Row Row Your Boat" was the opening and closing theme used from to It was of perfect timing, since it was a way of promoting Voltes V for the network back then.
Origins[ edit ] The sketch was headlined by the show's writers, Isko Salvador as Brod Pete, a play on the name of actor Brad Pitt and also a parody of Bro. Because of its popularity, their characters became their nicknames. Format[ edit ] The segment would commonly begin and end with Voltes V no Uta as the theme song; afterwards, various members of the audience would come up and present various questions to Brod Pete, who then has Brother Willy read various extracts from Nursery Rhymes or Folk songs , and recently on the revival, various song lyrics.
Brod Pete will then interpret the "passage" to answer the question presented. Instead of using the Bible , they used dictionary , phone directory, or any books.
Eli Soriano went in exile in Various exclamations such as "Alien! A running gag in the show is that Brother Jocel sleeps during the segment proper he is often seen with his head resting on his arms on the desk, though this has not been the case on some episodes.
In the revival and onwards, he is sometimes seen playing games with his iPad , most notably, according to him, is Temple Run , or checking his " Facebook account" for status updates while often seen still resting his head on the desk. There are also brief revivals of Ang Dating Doon since the first incarnation of the segment ended. The segment features the same concept and the same usage of exclamations "Alien" and "Raise the Roof," but changes the segment title into "Doon Dati" also meaning "Formerly There" which is a running joke about the segment's tenure in Bubble Gang.
Michael Sandoval and Bro.