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There is a running gag that Kapatid na Auring answers "wala" every time she is asked by Kapatid na Toto if there are any additional comments to the topic being discussed.
(see below) For 2011 onwards, the sketch has been renamed "Ang Bagong Dating Doon" (later "Ang Bagong Dating Doon International"), focusing on questions or opinions from the other Bubble Gang cast members (and later "foreign" guests) and through social media sites, answering them by the hosts through song lyrics, meanwhile being interpreted by Brod Pete in a more humorous way.
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).
(It showed two of the cast of the show, (guest) Valerie Concepcion and (regular) Wendell Ramos) (only appeared once).
Starts when Diego finds his eyeball partner played by Wendell Ramos, but he spotted Valerie and hugs her, while slapping Diego while he mentions 'sinasamba kita' to Valerie while he says 'sinasampal kita' to Diego. plays the conscience of characters leading to different circumstances.
In 2006, Mike Enriquez of 24 Oras guest starred in a sketch with Ricketts & Bahay Mo Bato? A parody of a popular religious program, Ang Dating Daan, interpreting fairy tales and children's literature instead of religious scriptures. In the 2007 version, the sketch was called "Doon Dati" or "Du'n Dati", with Ara Mina as Kapatid na Rosa, Wendell Ramos as Kapatid na Mel, Ogie Alcasid as Kapatid na Toto, and Michael V as Kapatid na Auring as hosts.
So far, Antonio Aquitania, Diego Llorico, Mykah, Ruffa Mae Quinto, Keempee De Leon and Ogie Alcasid have been parodied in this sketch.
Later replaced by Moymoy Palaboy's lip synch music videos.
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 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.
Yaya's name is revealed in the movie "Yaya & Angelina: The Spoiled Brat Movie" as Cha Cha Lucero.