Alfredo Rivera and his cousin travel abroad from Buenos Aires to meet the sender of a mysterious letter. She happens to be a girl who has fallen in love with his name, used by her teacher ... See full summary »
Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo provides a painfully humourous interpretation of a child, Jorguito. Jorguito's antics truly capture the rebellion of childhood in strict Mexican schools. Everytime Jorguito receives a hit from the teacher's stick, I receive a hit from the stick of life. Growing up isn't easy and "Cero en Conducta" brings me back to my youth and rambunctious ways. The female characters, as sensual and curvacious as they may be, are able to overcome the power of their bodies with their humour. All of us can safely say at one time or another we have gotten a "cero en conducta". I highly recommend this show to people who want to lay back, remember their childhood, see some hot babes, know Spanish, and love laughing. Watch it!
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