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Hard to talk about, just have a peep and enjoy. Real fluency in Spanish required. Don't put your brain off while watching the show or you'll miss the best part of it. Caution: extremely ironic, mordant, and undoubtedly caustic. It just looks simple-minded, but make no mistake: you'll laugh a lot, but you'll smile most of the time. But don't worry, you don't have to look smart, just enjoy it. Unfortunately, if you want to watch it you'll have to pay, it's only aired thru paying channels. But, what the hell, it's more than worth it. You have yokel-talk, hot air and nonsense but its absurdity is utterly delicious, because it's there to make you think and, above all, to allow you to laugh at yourself and get a kick out of it. Cleansing, no doubt.
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