The following describes many of the more noteworthy recurring segments and characters on GMA Network 's gag show Bubble Gang. For onwards, the sketch has been renamed "Ang Bagong Dating Doon" later "Ang Bagong Dating Doon International" , focusing on questions or opinions from the other Bubble Gang cast members and later "foreign" guests and through social media sites, answering them by the hosts through song lyrics, meanwhile being interpreted by Brod Pete in a more humorous way. The sketch incorporates new technologies by using Macbook laptops and iPads as reference materials, being shown using Facebook as references and sometimes playing games, most notably Temple Run. Running gag: At the end of each episode, they, along with their rich friends protest by saying "Let's make baka, don't be takot" which is a rich version as well as the parody of the protest cry Makibaka, huwag matakot! Most of these are featured in Michael V.
Hence, the title. Appeared only once and aired exactly one week before Christmas. A debate of two animals in the Chinese zodiac most notably in Chinese New Year whether if it is the Year of the Goat or the Year of the Sheep reincarnation.
Ang Dating Daan Worldwide Bible Study May 5, | Truth and Facts in the Bible Never Contradict. hello everyone! i was a former member of ang dating daan (from the Philippines). leaving that church was the best decision i have made in my life so far. i am so pissed of at myself when i realized i was brainwashed for more than a decade, since i was just twelve years old when i joined that church.
A three-part sketch which involves a man portrayed by Michael V. Near the end of each episode, he is restrained by his best friend, portrayed by Wendell Ramos.
An acoustic duo composed of Ogie Alcasid and Boy2 Quizon. Their songs are composed of poorly written lyrics either they composed or sent by viewers nationwide. Michael V acts as Madam Rocha, a psychic who tells horoscopes, but with a ridiculously twist. She has two white crystal balls, instead of one, in front of her, and only stops making hand movements like that of a real crystal ball if "she" sees the viewer "face-to-face". A parody of the video uploading website YouTube.
The sketch features different videos uploaded by certain people, all wearing tube-tops. Regularly, five videos play: 1 Francine Prieto and Maureen Larrazabal play two large-chested women who flaunt their beauty, hyping themselves as perfect and unattainable; 2 Wendell Ramos and Antonio Aquitania give political commentary in tube-tops where they raise or lower their tops accordingly if they say "upload" or "download"; 3 Ogie Alcasid plays "Jun Tukmol", a political activist; 4 Diana Zubiri and Michael V give various commentary, but as a couple with a dishevelled appearance; and 5 Francine and Maureen continue their self-beauty-flaunting.
Later replaced by Moymoy Palaboy's lip synch music videos. Spoof of koreanovela Jewel in the Palace. A sketch that involves four rich boys portrayed by Michael V.
It showed two of the cast of the show, guest Valerie Concepcion and regular Wendell Ramos only appeared once. Starts when Diego finds his eyeball partner played by Wendell Ramos, but he spotted Valerie and hugs her, while slapping Diego while he mentions 'sinasamba kita' to Valerie while he says 'sinasampal kita' to Diego.
This sketch shows Michael V's ability to impersonate his fellow cast members. Lito Michael V. It is about a gay half- mermai half- Mulawin named Marilawin who is a son of a mermaid and a Mulawin. He has his human form in which he has a male upper body and female lower body, thus, he was always seen dancing using his hips due to the fact that the woman's movements were gentler and more graceful than that of a man, and that his lower body was from a woman.
Itanong mo kay Soriano, Biblia ang sasagot. Ang Bagong Daan. likes. Ikaw bay may problema? o may bumabagabag sa iyong kalooban? o sadyang meron ka lang gustong itanong? hayaan mong payuan ka Followers: ANG DATING DAAN; ITANONG MO KAY SORIANO. PANGKALAHATANG TANONG; BY TOPICS; DEBATE. vs. Pastor Elmer Albuera (REYA-IYM) TUNGKOL SA PROGRAMA. Broadkast; Live Events; BAGONG VIDEO. Kailan ang Totoong Birthday ni Jesus Christ? Bakit may magkakaibang petsa ng New Year? Pakikipagkaibigan batay sa Biblia: Sino ang mga dapat kaibiganin?.
Michael V's parody of popular Tagalog song translated to English in a literal way. The songs were later compiled into an album named Bubble G. Anthology in Which shows Panghelita Michael V. However, she can speak but cannot hear in return doing so.
The songs were later compiled into an album named Bubble Ganthology in This skit is about the family of Taong Grasa in which they were "high-class" family by talking in English and they proved that the rich people are "low-class" and filthy in contrast. Music video parodies of popular Filipino artists and bands.
Song lyrics are usually composed by Michael V. Some notable spoofs are: Mamaw by Kayo Kasi Eh! Narda by Kamikazee from Darna. Features Diego Llorico. Ulam by Douche Ulan by Cueshe. Features leftovers. Features about cooking guisa-style.
Sets in a bar. Kitchie's fans mauled her in the end. Featured a key-chain sized doll as mock promotion. Sets in a barbecue stand, eating isaw, chicken intestines roasted. Sets about regrets after marriage. In an anniversary concert, Rey Valera sang this song.
Kung Kailangan mo Bato? Talks about a drug user's regret. In an anniversary concert, Rey Valera sang this song, but beats Rey Bolero with his guitar due to the latter's interference. Talks about a real-life incident during Eraserheads reunion concert, which some former members never appeared during that time. A recurring sketch focusing on Ongpong Dela Cruz's campaign for the Philippine presidential elections. One of its logo in has the similar design to Frontpage since it was in use from til Hosted by Evilyn Magpayo Ate Ebs for short.
A superhero loosely based on former President Joseph Estrada. His power comes from a bread he'd made. Masa is a Filipino word for massa large number or amount or extent. The word was used in his presidential campaign in Erap para sa Masa. The word also means knead if used as a noun. Ogie Alcasid hosts this segment, showing his viewers the how to handle different situations from the mundane to the important, such as being late for work and preventing electrocution while in the shower.
Parody of Eat Bulaga 's defunct game segment Laban o Bawi. Ogie Alcasid was the host of the sketch, but no one wins the question in the end. There is a running gag that no one gets eliminated during the sketch and new contestants were added in the competition instead. The sketch only aired during the original counterpart's first season.
The sketch a pun on the phrase "A star is born". A parody of Wish Ko Lang. An interview segment hosted by Junee Lee a fictional character played by Michael V. The segment spun off a talk show entitled Celebrity Turns with Junee and Lani.
Bubble Gang: May nasusulat ba tungkol sa biktima ng violence?
Parody of Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan. This skit is about the two policemen who have a plan to arrest anyone with comical jokes. Sets in a xerox copy center. Only appeared once. A little brute Angelina Ogie Alcasid who is so bratty and asks different orders on her nanny Michael V. Her orders always bring her nanny to worst. Angelina's notable quotes are " Yaya, you're such a loser! Sketches show Angelina and her yaya in many places, such as in the mall, in school and somewhere else, but most sketches show them both in Angelina's house, notably inside her room.
Moymoy Palaboy second Iyo Tube. Moymoy Palaboy is a duo that does a webcam performance "singing" local and international hits using their lipsynch acts. The duo was discovered on YouTubewhere they have upload their webcam videos of Filipino and foreign songs with lipsynch acts. A spoof reality investigative program hosted by Bongbong, a gay parody of Ben Tulfoproducer, director, and host of Bitagas well as his brothers MonRaffy and Erwin Tulfo.
It focuses on everyday mannerisms of society, like pushing the elevator button many times by different people, calling on the cellular phone while on the escalator, balikbayans talking in exaggerated American English while gone for only weeks, etc.
In the end, they will be hit by a gavel. Even though the segment is a spoof of Bitag and its sister program Bitag Live! Bongbong was derive form Sen. Bongbong Marcos.
It was succeeded by T3 Nyo! It is revived in This skit is about a heroic "villain" named Gagambala who attempts to distract people or making mischievous ways on them using his own tambourine.
Notable quote: "Ako si Gagambala at gagambalahin ko kayo. A parody of Dora the Explorer. A parody of TV5 show Pulis! Only shown once. A sketch of normal people live in a house made of carton box and personalities wearing carton boxes as their clothing. A parody of the game show Family Feud Only shown once.
A parody of Mister Geppetto and Pinocchio. As of July 10,it has shown 7 episodes. A parody of Darna with Michael V as Ading, a lame man who, whenever he ate a magical bubble gum will transform him into a gay superhero named Dingga. The enemies shown in this spoof was also inspired by Darna's early foes and the character from Dark Horse Comics, first of which is Baklang Impakta, which is a parody of Babaeng Impakta and Hellgay, which is the parody of Hellboy.
A spelling game show spelling bee parody where the host gives an English word and mispronounces it and 2 students misspell the given words. A parody of Discovery Channel's science television program Mythbusters. Starring Michael V. They test the validity of various superstitious beliefs of Filipinos.
It is hosted by Michael V. 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. Features the Filipino Rappers from Fliptopthe first Filipino Rap Battle League who do rap battles with each other along with the cast.
It only has three episodes. Parody of Eat Bulaga's game segment Pinoy Henyo. After a man Michael V. An Inter-Dialectical spoof newscast which used in Tagalog then in English. These two personalities are both the same in translation in a literal mannerincluding their names.
They both wear black pants and glasses as well. 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.
Ang Dating Daan Debate - MCGI, Apalit. 25K likes. Ang Dating Daan Brod Elisoriano Soriano Debates/5. rows Ang Dating Doon: -, , - A parody of a popular religious program, . Ang Dating Daan is a religious radio and television program in the Philippines produced by the Members of the Church of God International. It is primarily ho.
The Pickup Line Battle is composed of a preliminary round wherein two contestants will try to impress the woman moderator named Neneng Bakitor 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 Pickupplayed by Ogie Alcasid. In the end, Boy Pickup, who sometimes show up his trademark Zippo lighterwill 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 showwhich gives Boy Pickup enough audience impact to win the battle. Bitsthe 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 Obesowho 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. A short sketch involving asking questions about the society as well as its mannerisms.
Parody of the famous workout Tae-Bo. 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.
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. 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.
Parody of the GMA7 talent show Protege. 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.
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. It was shown on December 21, A short sketch about Rufa Mae Quinto sharing stories based on her experience, hence the name which is a parody of her own real name. 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. Parody of GMA7 infotainment show iBilib. Appeared only once. An investigative crime sketch which is a parody of the James Bond series and Sherlock Holmes. 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.
A sketch that involves a rich kid Paolo Contis and a poor kid Michael V. Their fathers are portrayed by Antonio Aquitania and Betong respectively. 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.
A mafia-themed sketch which is an obvious parody of The Godfather. 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.
A scripted reality talk show which is a parody of Love Hotline hosted by Paolo Contis. 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 appearancesthe game hosted by Michael V.
Starting Octoberthe questions are based from Bubble Gang's 20th Anniversary i. A situational sketch wherein Chariz Solomon later Michael V. A situational sketch which involve two men, Rene and Jay portrayed by Michael V. 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.
A sketch which is a parody of the legal drama Ipaglaban Mo! Features a local band named Onyx. About a rich gal who loiters the nearby pool who always encounters her rivals.
This is a segment that airs before the end of the broadcast where the cast members would participate in games, and is often hosted by Michael V. A parody of female-oriented talk shows like Mars and Magandang Buhay, this segment is hosted by Mommy Vicky Valeen Montenegro and Mommy Karen Chariz Solomon and would usually include several instances of wordplay and puns, specifically with the word "tangina" motherfucker.
Several parodies of MMA matches, notably between the duel Baron Geisler and Kiko Matos, with several twists and a post-fight interview.
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.
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Played by Michael V. A sketch segment about a cooking show hosted by Kim Domingo. The mini-show consists of her interaction with most of the audience members that are predominantly male fans whom she picks randomly to taste her newly cooked recipes. In the early episodes of the show, the running gag centers on her picking mostly male audience members who are married or in a relationship, much to the chagrin of their partners.
Eventually, the running gag was scrapped and it only centered on Kim's recipes laced with double-meaning recipe names and innuendoes. The recurring gag in the segment has Uncle Jak Michael V.
Parody of the film, Crazy Rich Asians. A musical segment in which two sets of mothers, Pasing played by Denise Barbacena and Kristal played by Chariz Solomon engage in battle rapping alongside their sons played by Michael V.
Usually a third-party character either played by Betong or Sef Cadayona would rap and stop the battle and properly explain their circumstances. Parody of the Marvel character, Incredible Hulk. A segment that parodies the now-popular vlogging "do it yourself" uploads. It centers on Denggay, a heartbroken fashionista vlogger who uses "hugot" words in her spiels.
A segment that parodies the Raffy Tulfo In Action program. In this segment, Michael V. This segment solves complaints made by people, often in a hilarious manner. Parody of famous musician Ryan Cayabyab portrayed by Ogie Alcasid.
Parody of fitness instructor Billy Blanks. He invented the aerobic exercise Taiko above. Parody of controversial presidential candidateEddie Gilwho was later disqualified by the Philippine Commission on Elections. Parody of famous television host Boy Abundaplayed by Michael V. Parody of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. Parody of popular fortune-teller Madam Rosa and her more popular rival, Madam Auring. He appeared only once in the sketch " Ang Boxing Coach ".
A popular recurring character played by Ogie Alcasid from to Manny Gosh, the sultan of rhythm and soul, drives the women crazy week after week with his sentimental tunes that strike a chord in everyone's funny bone. Manny belts out song numbers of his self-made compositions that could very well make it to the record books as the lyrically shallowest sentimental hits of our time.
Parody of famous broadcaster Mike Enriquez. Infamous for his coughing on-air and the line, "Excuse me po! Parody of famous Chika Minute host and Eat Bulaga! With her hairy armpits raised high, hence her slogan "Hatid sa inyo ay kilikiling totoo" I'm bringing you true armpits. Parody of popular dance group SexBomb Girls. Talks about a boyfriend's dilemma about his girlfriend's buying antics, usually really expensive items.
Performed during a concert in Japan. While they were singing, female guests, usually old women, puts Yen on their pockets. Talks about a boyfriend's problem about his girlfriend's morbid obesity and her obsession about food. She explodes after the music ended. Talks about a man and his obviously older but rich girlfriend matrona. Recurring character portrayed by Ogie Alcasid who was always seen sitting on his table while drinking the morning coffee.
He has occasional sketches which is a parody of the former ABS-CBN morning show Alas Singko Y Medya, which even has its own fake, funny news and horoscopes on the side, while Zosimo answers several, albeit out-of-this-world, phone-in questions from televiewers. Acts tough, but with gay overtones. He is later replaced by the Tolpu Brothers see below. Angelina - A spoiled brat who makes her yaya do things making her look like a miserable fool especially in front of her mother.
Portrayed by Ogie Alcasid. An unnamed character portrayed by Ogie Alcasid who discusses the different contradicting situations of the Filipino society before and after. One example is this phrase: "Noon, ang mga babae, kapag nakakita ng Hapon, tumatakbo. Ngayon, ang mga babae, kapag nakakakita ng Hapon, lumalapit" Before, when [Filipino] girls see Japanese men, they run away. Now, when [Filipino] girls see Japanese men, they come near them. Parody of Geppetto and Pinocchio portrayed by Michael V.
Tio Petto Pepito also provides the voice and actions of Panopio. Instead of being the puppet's father, Pepito is Panopio's uncle. Hence the title, T'yo Petto. He always puts Geppetto in trouble and here are some of the puppet's vile antics; kissing the puppet's butt, putting on lipstick, mouth-to-mouthwearing a bra, biting his toe If Tio Petto's foot can reach his facestripteasing on the street and even massaging.
His mother was portrayed by Ogie Alcasid and his wife was portrayed by Francine Prieto. His alter ego was a lame man named Ading, wherein his henshin device was a magical bubble gum. Parody of May Bukas Pa 's Fr. Initially, the TV program would only run for one hour due to limited funds.
While mainly broadcasting in Filipinosome English language elements were added for foreign viewers, including "Truth in Focus", "Biblically Speaking", "How Authentic the Bible is", and "Bible Guide". It also features the use of multi-lingual and multi-dialectic translations of the Bible.
The Members of the Church of God International denies several doctrines such as the Trinity  and salvation by grace alone. The program frequently criticizes other denominations for their doctrines, practices and what it says are false teachings, including the Catholic Churchsome Christian denominations, Jehovah's WitnessesSeventh-day Adventist ChurchThe Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and especially the Iglesia ni CristoChurch of Christa Philippine-based religion.
In line with the theme "Truth. On August 16,the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board MTRCB preventively suspended the showing of the Ang Dating Daan program for 20 days due to slander and use of offensive and obscene language by its televangelist host Eliseo Sorianoas a means of disciplinary action. Soriano challenged the action in court, arguing that the suspension imposed by the MTRCB constituted prior restraint on the media and that his language during the show's August 10, broadcast was not obscene and offensive.
Soriano filed a motion seeking the reversal of its April decision. The Supreme Court denied Soriano's motion and affirmed the decision with finality in by an vote, noting that "it is a sanction that the MTRCB may validly impose under its charter without running afoul of the free speech clause. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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