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    Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    Let's talk TV memories, if only may mga existing tapes pa nito mga sitcoms noon at ipalabas ulit sa TV, i'd watch it all over again.

    John en Marsha - who else but the king of comedy, dolphy, at ang mga famous lines na nakatatak na sa isipan ng pilipino.

    Manok ni San Pedro - Lito Pimentel, Balut, Tony Carreon, ang plot pa that keeps everyone guessing kung matatalo ba iyon manok ni Lito Pimentel sa sabong.

    Chicks to Chicks - isa rin sa mga best sitcoms, and since malapit na halloween, tanda ko pa ang isang episode nila nakakatakot tuwing All Saints Day, si Nova Villa lahat ng tao sa bahay puro naging vampira isa isa, si Freddie Webb huling inasahan niya natira hanggang pinagkaisahan siya, ang ending nagising panaganip lang pala lahat ;D


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    Re: Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    Palibhasa Lalake - late 80's nag-start ito alam ko e. Tas pinanood ko na talaga nung 90's.

    As a young boy, sympre inaabangan ko yung mga guests nilang chicks at pinagpapantasyahan ko. Hehehe.
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    Re: Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    Was "Prrrt Foul!" of Sonny Jaworski, Francis Arnaiz and Yoyong Martirez from the 80's...?
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    Re: Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    Although more of a show than a sitcom...

    T.O.D.A.S.
    Spanky Rigor, Val Sotto, etc.

    Yung mga classic KNOCK KNOCK jokes ko, I derived from this show. Super baduy, pero enjoy!

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    Re: Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    Quote Originally Posted by lurkinggood
    Although more of a show than a sitcom...

    T.O.D.A.S.
    Spanky Rigor, Val Sotto, etc.

    Yung mga classic KNOCK KNOCK jokes ko, I derived from this show. Super baduy, pero enjoy!
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    Re: Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    Quote Originally Posted by Emon74
    Let's talk TV memories, if only may mga existing tapes pa nito mga sitcoms noon at ipalabas ulit sa TV, i'd watch it all over again.

    John en Marsha - who else but the king of comedy, dolphy, at ang mga famous lines na nakatatak na sa isipan ng pilipino.

    Manok ni San Pedro - Lito Pimentel, Balut, Tony Carreon, ang plot pa that keeps everyone guessing kung matatalo ba iyon manok ni Lito Pimentel sa sabong.

    Chicks to Chicks - isa rin sa mga best sitcoms, and since malapit na halloween, tanda ko pa ang isang episode nila nakakatakot tuwing All Saints Day, si Nova Villa lahat ng tao sa bahay puro naging vampira isa isa, si Freddie Webb huling inasahan niya natira hanggang pinagkaisahan siya, ang ending nagising panaganip lang pala lahat ;D

    Carmi Martin yeah!!!! :P


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    Re: Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    ^ Sino nga 'yung tisay na kasama ni Carmi Martin dito? Debbie whatshername...?
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    Re: Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    ^ Debbie Miller. Haha.

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    Re: Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    Debbie Miller, oo nga, thanks Mel.
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    Re: Who missed the Pinoy primetime sitcoms during the 80s

    mukhang ibang show si debbie miller, sa "eh kasi babae." as far as i recall, the breakout stars of chicks to chicks were, as mentioned, carmi martin and the late maria teresa carlson, who became famous for her fractured tagalog most especially "si ako..." the other girls were ruby anna and bong dimayacyac, na wala namang kadating-dating. ang kwento kasi rito nagbo-board yung mga girls, who were working as models, sa bahay nina freddie webb at nova villa, the capistrano couple.

    actually i would also consider freddie webb as the third breakout star in this show, because he was really funny in that sya pa nga ang tsina-tsangingan ng mga co-stars nya. he and nova villa provided more than two-thirds of the comedic moments in the show.
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