Bubble Gang (1995– )

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Series cast summary:
Paolo Contis
(10 episodes, 2004-2006)
Diana Zubiri ...
 Herself / ... (9 episodes, 2005-2006)
Ogie Alcasid ...
 Himself / ... (9 episodes, 2005-2008)
Michael V. ...
 Himself / ... (9 episodes, 2005-2008)
Ara Mina ...
 Herself (8 episodes, 2005-2006)
Wendell Ramos ...
 Himself (8 episodes, 2005-2006)
Rufa Mae Quinto ...
 Herself (8 episodes, 2005-2006)
Antonio Aquitania ...
 Himself (8 episodes, 2005-2006)
Maureen Larrazabal ...
 Herself (8 episodes, 2005-2006)
Charee Pineda ...
 Herself (8 episodes, 2005)
Marky Cielo ...
 Himself (8 episodes, 2006)
Bearwin Meily ...
 Himself / ... (7 episodes, 2005-2006)


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The show changed its jingle three times so far. The first jingle was a rock ditty entitled "Bubble Gang (Just Chew It!)", which figured prominently in the show's opening billboard (OBB) from 1995-1997. The second jingle was a reggae, "Chew (The Bubble Gang Ye!)" which had two versions. The first version played in the show's OBB from 1997-1999 while the second version (which was played from 1999-2002) removed the reggae beat and changed it into an a cappela performed by Michael V. and Ogie Alcasid. The current jingle, "Bubble Gang (Pwede!)" was adapted from the Mexican song "La Cucaracha". A second version of the jingle, a candy factory-like sound, is used in the "Bubble Gang" OBB until October 20, 2006.Today's OBB was a third and current version of "Bubble Gang (Pwede!)" with a little bit of tune from the first version, the vocals also returned and a little bit of new tunes also added. All the show's past and present jingles were made by Ogie Alcasid and Michael V. Antonio Aquitania was the one responsible for creating Bubble Gang's hit spoof group Sexballs, which copied the antics of the SexBomb Dancers. Sexballs has also guested as a group in other GMA shows and appeared occasionally in concerts headlined by either Michael V. or Ogie Alcasid. See more »


Spin-off Michael V: The Bubble G Anthology (2007) See more »


Bubble Gang (Just Chew It!)
Composed and Performed by Ogie Alcasid and Michael V.
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Monty Python's Flying Circus, Filipino Style

Bubble Gang to Philippine television is what Monty Python is to the rest of the world: a legendary comedy show loved by many; copied but never matched.

Bubble Gang was conceptualized ten years ago by comic genius Michael V and multi-talented Ogie Alcasid, who first collaborated with another gag show, namely 'Tropang Trumpo' on another channel. However, when the duo realized they needed growth in their comic careers, they decided to move on being actors in a show to being writers, conceptualizer and directors of a show. Hence, 'Bubble Gang' was born.

Memorable skits and performances include: 'Music English Version' and 'Music Tagalog Bersyon', Ogie's 'Manny Gosh', Muchas Grasas (about a family living in a dumpster), the condom series, the 'caught-in-bed-with-another' series, and much more.

Bubble Gang is currently enjoying their 10-year anniversary month, and fans could expect more of the same thing: funny-as-hell gags and jokes, and that's a good thing.

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