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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. It was replaced by the sketch Tita Herminigilda. 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.
It premiered on October 20, replacing Vilma. The show is the longest-running sketch comedy show on Philippine television. The so-called "Bubble Gang Mania" rapidly caught on when it spoofed the sprouting of Mexican telenovelas in Philippine television which proved to be successful ratings-wise.