"Caiga Quien Caiga" is a weekly news round-up that takes a humorous and ironic approach to reporting current affairs, show business, and sports. A program that laughs at reality, and takes ...
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Ranging from traditional comedy to political subjects this series is a compilation of established comedy sketches with music video interludes. Most of the sketches have recurring themes and characters over the course of the series.
When the fun of double dating begins to grow old, Richard and Bettina share a dirty little secret with their friends Diego and Emilia: They live a double life as swingers, and would love to share this practice with them.
"Caiga Quien Caiga" is a weekly news round-up that takes a humorous and ironic approach to reporting current affairs, show business, and sports. A program that laughs at reality, and takes information to limits beyond what is expected. Each week, direct and live from the studio, a trio of hosts presents the most original stories to show reality in a very distinct way to the everyday newscasts we are used to. Its reporters, those in charge of going out on the street, are willing to do anything to get a surprising story. They are not afraid of anybody, not politicians, Presidents, or film stars. They always ask the least convenient and most uncomfortable questions, provoking unexpected and funny reactions from celebrities. We are the rock in the shoe of the celebrities, and we love to ask uncomfortable questions. Know by its fans as CQC, the program gained fame for its unstructured and original way of interviewing, asking what other media would never ask. From this conception comes the ...
A funny TV series, which took advance of the "menemist" (from the former President: Carlos Menem) style to make politics. Very well produced, used for the first time the modern technics of editing normally seen in music clips. It didn't offer much answers though. It limited to criticize.
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