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Juanjo de la Iglesia,
Some people like "Lo peor de la semana", "Vaya semanita" or even "CQC" (shame on them!) better, but this one definitively rocks! A bunch of weirdos performing sketches in a harrowing Spanish redneck's accent, with this famous section called "Testimony" where several celebrities of the eighties speak nonsense about their lives and careers. Some of them had been: Pat Morita, Vanilla Ice, Nacho Duato, Michael Jackson, Hugh Hefner, David Hasselhof or Mr. T.
This is aired in a channel that not everybody gets (Paramount Comedy) but is,still, a, increasing phenomenon. People download it from the Internet and start talking as in the show.
The sketches are the best I've seen in the Spanish TV and you never get tired of watching them again and again. Also the small cartoons are memorable, like "Dr.Reindeer and Mr.Head" (a talking reindeer and a jelly jabbering)or "Súper Ñoño" ( a boy lying in bed who is supposed to have super powers).
Maybe it is not as fun if you don't get the strange vocabulary they are using, with all those atavic words, but just for being so original deserves an opportunity. Then you'll love it!
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