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Chiara Díaz
Luis Orozco
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Mexican TV Bloopers
27 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

This show, that lasted less than three years, depicted bloopers that occurred when filming "telenovelas" (soap operas) or any other shows like sitcoms or news broadcasting. This show was a rip off of Dick Clark's TV's Bloopers & Practical Jokes, because in the emission you could see bloopers and jokes á la Candid Camera. On set, was Pedro Armendáriz Jr., the great actor Pedro Armendariz's son, sharing space with a CGI of a puppet called Furcio. At the beginning of the series, the show was hilarious, but later, became lame and boring. Always the same bloopers and jokes. In the later emissions, Armendariz looked tired and it seemed that he was aware of the silliness of talking to a virtual puppet. Rest in peace Furcio. Nobody will miss him.


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