After Ruperta's departure, the team of secretaries has to leave, since a brand new team of secretaries, who can sing and dance in musical numbers, is ready to make their debut on stage. Meanwhile, the citizens of Tacañon are afraid of being 'thrown away' as the leaving secretaries.
Did You Know?
In all the previous chapters, there was a ballet that used to do choreographies, and the secretaries only appeared as assistants to the host, but they didn't sing or dance. This chapter was a revolution to the show, since the ballet and the team of secretaries merged into a single thing. The girls were assistants to the host in the first part of the show and also helped him or her in the second and third part when he or she needed it. Now they also starred in musical numbers, singing and dancing. On this third season, the secretaries mainly danced instrumental songs or did playback on English songs while dancing. In this chapter, Kim Manning dances while doing a playback of "Bye, bye, blackbird" with Liza Minelli's voice. There were exceptions, mainly from Silvia Marsó who sung many of her songs, like in this chapter, "Remena, Nena". The reason was a lack of budget to do Spanish adaptations, something that would change way in the fourth season. See more
I was checking and I saw that couple number one has 14700 pesetas... Patricia, be quick with the calculator. How many anwers do this couple need to win them?
[starts laughing as she has been caught off guard
You should have known I would have done this mess to you...
No, no, wait. It's my last day, I must do it right... Ok, they need at least more than 40 answers.
Let's see... Patricia, they put it easy for you. How many answers did they get?
Yes. It's obviously clear to ...
S' Wonderful / Hot Lunch Jam
Music by George Gershwin
and lyrics by Ira Gershwin
/ Music by Michael Gore
and lyrics by Robert F. Colesberry
and Lesley Gore See more