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(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.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.Sketches show Angelina and her yaya in many places, such as in the mall, in school and somewhere else, but most sketches show them both in Angelina's house, notably inside her room.Angelina's character was inspired from Angelica Pickles of the Nickelodeon TV series Rugrats, while the Yaya was inspired from The Nanny.She has two white crystal balls, instead of one, in front of her, and only stops making hand movements (like that of a real crystal ball) if "she" sees the viewer "face-to-face". The sketch features different videos uploaded by certain people, all wearing tube-tops.Regularly, five videos play: (1) Francine Prieto and Maureen Larrazabal play two large-chested women who flaunt their beauty, hyping themselves as perfect and unattainable; (2) Wendell Ramos and Antonio Aquitania give political commentary in tube-tops where they raise or lower their tops accordingly if they say "upload" or "download"; (3) Ogie Alcasid plays "Jun Tukmol", a political activist; (4) Diana Zubiri and Michael V give various commentary, but as a couple with a dishevelled appearance; and (5) Francine and Maureen continue their self-beauty-flaunting.

It is about a gay half-mermaid, half-Mulawin named Marilawin who is a son of a mermaid and a Mulawin.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.A short sketch whose title is a parody of the Eraserheads song Ang Huling El Bimbo which involves a man, portrayed by Michael V.making a suicidal video which ends in a failure since his camera's battery ran out and due to the interruptions during the video even though he succeeded in committing suicide.

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