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This odd variety show displays scenes from Spanish and Catalan television (as well as international television) and mocks them by playing little "reaction clips". It also features some live action segments, such as "Homo APM", where a man recites random quotes from the show to civilians in public places, and "Olé tu", where comedian Peyu points out urban flaws in towns and villages all over Catalonia.

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Possibly one of the most famous "reaction clips" this show ever had featured an elder man at a soccer field yelling: "Ho habeu vist això? Ho habeu vist?! La mare que els va parir!" (Did you see that? Did you see?! The mother who birthed them!). This gag was quite overplayed, becoming the icon of the show itself at one point, until the man who yelled the quote got in contact with the staff and asked them to stop playing that embarrassing moment. See more »

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Alguna pregunta més?
17 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

Alguna pregunta més is a great TV program. The meaning of the title is more or less "Any more questions?". What they do is take pronunciation mistakes, funny moments in TV and also difficult situations and mount all this in order to create brilliant jokes and misunderstandings which make you laugh a lot. This is not the kind of simple zapping program with a bunch of funny images, it is the combination of all of these images and the way they order it and the comments they do that make this TV show a really cool one. Also one of the basic things about the program it is the presenter who really has a nerve, in one of the sections of this show he gets in the street (most of the times all dressed up in outrageous costumes)ans asks weird questions to the people and depending on their answers he turns their complete meaning and makes confuse the people, but always in a nice and pleasant way.


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