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Credited cast:
Maria Rueff ...
 Various Roles
Mina Andala ...
 Various Roles
 Various Roles
Pedro Tochas ...
 Various Roles
Rui Luís Brás ...
 Various Roles
Sabri Caramuchande ...
 Various Roles
Sofia de Portugal ...
 Various Roles
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sofia Aparício ...
Sara Belo ...
Pedro Borges ...
Márcia Breia ...
Heitor Lourenço ...
 Various Roles (2001)
Sabri Lucas ...
 Various Roles (2001) (as Sabri Caramuchande)
 Various Roles
Manuel Pedro Marques ...


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Best Portugueses comedy series
29 November 2005 | by (Portugal) – See all my reviews

For me, this is the best comedy series with an ongoing plot ever made in Portugal. The various roles are a brilliant depiction of the various everyday characters: Lisbon's Pseudo-Intellectual with a greasy look who knows nothing about nothing except what he reads in books and is constantly making a fool of himself, the cab-driver with a shrine dedicated to his football club who married a black woman ONLY that his son would also be black and be more like his football idol (Eusébio), the Eastern construction worker with a Phd. just to name a couple. Then, there's the really bizarre ones: the painter who lives in a colorless attic because it needs some remodeling and it has ghost (not apparition ghosts, but TV ghosts, the image gets all fuzzy and he has to bang the walls for it to get OK), the Mexican immigrants with dubbed voices in Brazilian Portuguese with the out-of-sync lips (like in Asian movies). The series even have a Villain a la James Bond (well... he's stroking a cat...) who wants to demolish the taxi-driver's house so he can build a Cultural Centre. Weird thing is that all the actors but Maria Rueff excelled in other series. Unfortunately, she is stuck in feeble comedy roles in a 3rd class Sunday night talk show.

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