BUBBLE GANG CHECHE BURECHE FULL EPISODES

This is the reality of life, which is sad in the sense, but it is what I think probably the inspiration behind such Filipino television gag show skits. Bubble Gang’s Cheche Bureche skit somehow tickles most Filipinos funny bones by presenting the reality is a satirical kind of way. That like you and me, everyone is capable of committing good and evil. Bubble Gang features smart comedy every now and then. The only difference is that they dream and made that dream come true by working hard in life. Bureche seems to be the model child, kind and loving half-sister to CheChe when their father is around but as soon as he turns his back on them, the little devil starts picking up on the jolly and kind-hearted Cheche. That everyone can be a bully and that it doesn’t always have to be people who are in the upper or rich social class to be the ones responsible over the misfortune of their financially less-fortunate counterparts.

Bubble Gang features smart comedy every now and then. I am not generalizing all Filipinos who live under impoverish conditions are all like that, but no thanks to a selected dimwitted and opportunistic few, they have turned the usual goody good image of the poor Filipino mass into something society would hate. That everyone can be a bully and that it doesn’t always have to be people who are in the upper or rich social class to be the ones responsible over the misfortune of their financially less-fortunate counterparts. This is the reality of life, which is sad in the sense, but it is what I think probably the inspiration behind such Filipino television gag show skits. Almost every Filipinos grew up watching generic Philippine cinema stereotypes like the rich are oppressive and evil, while the poor are always the victim and hero of every story. The funny thing is that it really is a reflection of reality. I personally know a couple of people who live under such poor conditions.

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Bubble Gang Cheche Bureche (1st episode) – video dailymotion

Bureche doing her signature ARGH! I personally know a couple of people who live under such poor conditions.

It does not only make you laugh for a good hour once a week Friday nights but subconsciously educates you on the reality of life. Justice eventually prevails however as each bullying costs Bureche to suffer in the end. The funny thing is that it really is a reflection of reality.

Bubble Gang Kin-Z: Cheche Bureche – Video Dailymotion

I am so proud of them now as they are all well off now, with good steady career and a well-off type of living. Newer Post Older Post Episides. Besides being the longest running comedy show in the Philippines, Bubble Gang in my opinion is one of the smartest shows out there.

Watching the news, where “professional” squatters are so stubborn when being forced out on a piece of land which was never theirs is one proof of this reality. Bubble Gang’s Cheche Bureche skit somehow tickles bibble Filipinos funny bones by presenting the reality is a satirical kind of way.

Bureche seems to be the model child, kind and loving half-sister to CheChe when their father is around but as soon as he turns his back on them, the little devil starts picking up on the jolly and kind-hearted Cheche. The Bubble Gang’s skit pokes fun at this stereotype and turns it around.

The only difference is that they dream and made that dream come true by working hard in life. That like you and me, everyone is capable of committing good and evil.

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Another example is of who is it that victimized hard working middle class and well-off people, isn’t it usually the “poor” criminals? Almost every Filipinos grew up watching generic Philippine cinema stereotypes like the rich are oppressive and evil, while the poor are always the victim and hero of every story. Bubble Gang features smart comedy every now and then.

I am not generalizing all Filipinos who live under impoverish conditions are all like that, but no thanks to a selected dimwitted and opportunistic few, they have turned the usual goody good image of the poor Filipino mass into something society would hate. I always see such reports ending with the criminal justifying his acts vheche saying “Wala na kaming makain” We no longer have food to eat.

That everyone can be a bully and that it doesn’t always have to be people who are in the upper or rich social class to be the ones responsible over the misfortune of their financially less-fortunate counterparts. This is the reality of life, which is sad in the sense, but it is what I think probably the inspiration behind such Filipino television gag show skits.

Each episode features the struggle of Cheche under her oppressive and plain old bully of a half-sister Bureche.