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A spoof combination of Marinara and Mulawin, both defunct telefantasia series of GMA Network.It is about a gay half-mermaid, half-Mulawin named Marilawin who is a son of a mermaid and a Mulawin.Yaya's name is revealed in the movie "Yaya & Angelina: The Spoiled Brat Movie" as Cha Cha Lucero.Moymoy Palaboy is a duo that does a webcam performance "singing" local and international hits using their lipsynch acts. A parody of GMA primetime Gagambino and Spider-Man.A parody of GMA Network's primetime newscast, 24 Oras.Michael V plays Michael Ricketts (parody of Mike Enriquez), Ruffa Mae Quinto plays Bel Tiongco (parody of Mel Tiangco) and Ogie Alcasid as Papaya Guano (parody of Pia Guanio).
In 2011, Iyo Tube began to spoof the "Talking Twin Babies" video, with Ogie Alcasid & Michael V. A sketch that involves four rich boys portrayed by Michael V., Ogie Alcasid, Boy2 Quizon, and Dennis Trillo who discuss and complain about people providing needs for the poor and ignoring the rich.
The word was used in his presidential campaign in 1998 (Erap para sa Masa). Ogie Alcasid hosts this segment, showing his viewers the how to handle different situations from the mundane to the important, such as being late for work and preventing electrocution while in the shower. There is a running gag that no one gets eliminated during the sketch and new contestants were added in the competition instead.
Hence the slogan: Dream, Believe, Multiply which is a parody of the actual show's slogan, Dream, Believe, Survive.
The sketch incorporates new technologies by using Macbook laptops and i Pads as reference materials, being shown using Facebook as references and sometimes playing games, most notably Temple Run.
Parody of Twilight's sequel New Moon, starring Ogie Alcasid as Eduardo (spoof of Edward Cullen), Rufa Mae Quinto as Mella (parody of Bella Swan), Antonio Aquitania as Jacol (parody of Jacob Black) and Michael V. Appeared only once and aired exactly one week before Christmas.
A short sketch whose title is a parody of the Eraserheads song Ang Huling El Bimbo which involves a man, portrayed by Michael V.