"Caiga Quien Caiga" is a weekly news round-up that takes a humorous and ironic approach to reporting current affairs, show business, and sports. A program that laughs at reality, and takes ... See full summary »
Juan Di Natale,
Diego (Nicolas Cabre), a pizza delivery guy, wants Monica (Julieta Diaz). In order to get her, he invites her to dinner at his house , but she brings Manuel (Fabian Vena), a "friend". Diego... See full summary »
Ranging from traditional comedy to political subjects this series is a compilation of established comedy sketches with music video interludes. Most of the sketches have recurring themes and characters over the course of the series.
When the fun of double dating begins to grow old, Richard and Bettina share a dirty little secret with their friends Diego and Emilia: They live a double life as swingers, and would love to share this practice with them.
This show is surprisingly good. It may not look like it at the beginning but it's extremely funny, well written, cute and just about everything else. The second season wasn't so good and lost rating but the first season was definitely unforgettable. The script is very smart and the actors do such a great job. Except for Miguel Angel Rodriguez (who plays the main character)all the rest weren't very well known in Argentina before the show. The plot of the show is about three siblings the *Marquesi* (Mariano Martinez, Nicolas Cabre, Florencia Bertotti) who live in the city of Buenos Aires with their uncle(Miguel Angel Rodriguez). They do not come from a very high class so they do not have the best manners. The two boys (Martin and Pablo)are professional soccer players and play for an Argentinean club while their uncle (Sanchez) is a referee and the sister (Valeria)works at a candy store. So neither of them make a lot of money. The show is about their romances, struggles, that they go through. The show takes many interesting turns like when one of the brothers, Martin Marquesi, becomes a very cheesy singer. The script written by Adrian Suar, is very funny and many porteños (people from Buenos Aires) were able to identify with this family and their friends.
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