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Peter Capusotto y sus videos (2006)
AWESOME, The world needed a show like this: the big parody of rock
This show has music and humor, in sketches with thoughtful characters, which use the parody, surrealism, black humor, sarcasm and irony to represent and to ridicule behavior, thinking and attitudes of the different stereotype of musicians. Also it's a social criticism to the Argentinian idiosyncrasy through the music Pomelo: it's a rock star surrounded by excesses. Micky Vainilla: it's a pop singer which with funny music that hide a nazi ideology. Bombita Rodríguez: it's a popular singer from the 50, follower of Peron. Violencia Rivas: is the pioneer of punk in Argentina with a violent behavior. Jesús de Laferrere: it's a suburbian Jesus and his apostles are fans of the Rolling Stones. Mangueras Musmanno Rock Festival: it's a parody of Argentinian rock festivals. Tenedor Libre "La Angioplastía": represent the argentina's habit of meeting with friends to eat in restaurants. Facebutt: parody of Facebook. Latino Solanas: it's a reggaeton singer. Rock vs. Police: the Federal Police Argentina in the '60s warning about the dangers of hippies and explain how to fight with physical violence. Bobby McFerrum: parody of Bobby McFerrin Diego Capusotto one more time, demonstrates his brilliant genius at making humor
Todo x 2 pesos (1999)
Absolutely brilliant, a master piece!!!
This show was a perfect combination of a lot of things: sketches, sarcasm, irony, music, parody and surrealism. The first season was not good at all, but in the second season the show goes to another TV channel and the level of humor it's really awesome and never went down again. "The musical ranking" is Weird Al Yankovic's style, "Boluda total" it's a parody of those programs for women, "El hombre bobo" is the wolf man but not wolf: it's a stupid man. Irma Jusid it's a woman that give advices to the young people. Flavio Pedemonti is a ex soccer player that has a complicated life and he's waiting to return to play soccer. "¿Qué nos pasa a los argentinos?" it's a crazy reflexion of the political, economic and social situation of Argentina, a short monologue in the end of each episode.
Capusotto and Alberti are two genius that know how to take the subjects and make humor of that. The show has a lot of game of words and many cultural references that if you are European or American, perhaps you can't understand the jokes