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Oct 31, 2017
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Bubble Gang has successfully kept up with the ever-changing taste—and age!—of the viewers for the past 22 years. The talented team, headed by creative director Michael V., seems to perfectly know what tickles Pinoys' funny bone—thus, making them the country’s longest-running comedy show in the country.

“Pinoys still laugh at the staples: slapstick, green jokes, and insults…you know, the low-hanging fruit,” the man fondly known as Bitoy shares in an interview for the FHM November issue. “The challenge however is to try and raise the standard just a little bit every episode by offering our audience something new from time to time. If we get one or two or three to appreciate what we’re doing, then not only do we achieve our goal, we actually do all Pinoys a favor. And everybody wins.”

Aside from Brad Pete’s Ang Dating Doon, Sumbong Sumbong Kay Bonggang Bonggang Bong Bong, Muchas Grasas, and more, the show also introduced to us its hilarious take on the country's most famous musical hits. Whether local or foreign music, Bitoy’s hilarious renditions of local and foreign songs never fail to leave us rolling on the floor laughing. Below, we listed nine of our favorites.

1) “Mamaw” (2006)

Parody of Kamikazee’s “Narda.”

2) “Takubets” (2008)

Parody of Imago’s “Taralets.”

3) “Bathroom Dance” (2010)

Parody of Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance.”           

4) “Ulam” (2010)

Parody of Cueshe’s “Ulan.”

5) “Wag Na Wag” (2013)

Parody of Kitchie Nadal’s “Wag Na Wag Mong Sasabihin.”

6) “Chaka N’ya” (2013)

Parody of Sharon Cuneta’s “Sa Kanya.”

7) “Isaw Nga” (2013)

Parody of South Border’s “Ikaw Nga.”

8) “Tadyakan” (2016)

Parody of Up Dharma Down’s “Tadhana.”

9) “Tinda” (2017)

Parody of Sud’s “Sila.”

Read more about Michael V.'s interview on the November 2017 issue of FHM Philippines. 

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