History Series / Chespirito

25th Jan '18 7:23:11 PM Lanes17B
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* ThatsAnOrder: In a skit where Chespirito plays a private, Ruben Aguirre plays a sergeant, Edgar Bivar a captain, and Horacio Gomez plays a colonel, Gomez's character order bivar's character to dispose of a large sandbag, who then orders aguirre, and who then orders Chespirito to do so.
-->'''Chespirito:''' Sergeant Aguirre! mission accomplished, the sandbag is disposed of.
-->'''Aguirre:'''' Very well. Captain Bivar! Mission accomplished, the sandbag is disposed of
-->'''Bivar:''' Colonel Gomez! mission accomplished, the bag is disposed of.
--> '''Gomez:''' ''(staggers into the scene since someone threw a sandbag on him from an upper floor)''
16th Jan '18 11:24:34 AM Siggu
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* AntiVillain

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* AntiVillainAntiVillain: While the protagonists are crooks, they are too well-meaning (and stupid) to do any real harm.



* MonsterOfTheWeek: They were this to Series/ElChapulinColorado,

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* MonsterOfTheWeek: They were this to Series/ElChapulinColorado,Series/ElChapulinColorado.


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* SpringtimeForHitler: In one episode, El Peterete suggests El Chómpiras to go on a vacation. El Chómpiras is overjoyed to hear that until El Peterete said the destination is the Mary Islands, which house a prison... until he's eventually convinced to go along with El Peterete's plan to be captured by a nearby policeman and sent there. First, El Peterete tells El Chómpiras to break a nearby window - it turns out to be the window to El Chómpiras's house (and he tried to warn El Peterete about it) so the policeman ignores them. Then, El Chómpiras tries to rob a person at gunpoint - that person turns out to be another criminal, and the policeman thanks them. They finally try to steal something from a nearby church, but then they decide not to.
18th Dec '17 4:36:43 PM Siggu
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* RunningGag: During the first half of the skit, El Peterete would comb El Chómpiras's hair, slap him and make a ridiculous threat would he do anything stupid.
18th Dec '17 4:33:53 PM Siggu
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* BigDamnHeroes: PlayedForLaughs in "La vieja". El Chómpiras and El Peterete were being harassed by the old lady whose house they broke in. When she's about to kiss them, the policeman arrests them on the spot.
--> '''Chómpiras:''' I've always had faith in the police.


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* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: El Chómpiras and El Peterete ocassionally came across crazy old ladies that either harass them or think they are playing a game.


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* HeroAntagonist: The policemen El Chómpiras and El Peterete constantly come across. He's a good person, even trying to have them change their ways.
14th Dec '17 5:34:59 PM nombretomado
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Chespirito is a sketch-comedy series named after Roberto Gómez Bolaños, known as "Chespirito" ("little Shakespeare") the Mexican comedian who wrote and starred in almost every sketch on the show. It's most famous for the skits ''Series/ElChavoDelOcho'', in which Chespirito and others play small children who get into various mischief, and ElChapulinColorado, a parody of comic-book super-heroes, who exhibits the opposite of all typical superhero traits, save for having good intentions. Both of these spun off into independent sitcoms for several years. Other popular sketches on the show were Dr. Chapatín (a rude, money-grubbing doctor who went a little berserk any time someone mentioned his age), Los Chifladitos (the surreal adventures of two suburban lunatics), and Los Caquitos (sketches about two small-time thieves, who eventually reform and try a series of odd jobs).

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Chespirito is a sketch-comedy series named after Roberto Gómez Bolaños, known as "Chespirito" ("little Shakespeare") the Mexican comedian who wrote and starred in almost every sketch on the show. It's most famous for the skits ''Series/ElChavoDelOcho'', in which Chespirito and others play small children who get into various mischief, and ElChapulinColorado, Series/ElChapulinColorado, a parody of comic-book super-heroes, who exhibits the opposite of all typical superhero traits, save for having good intentions. Both of these spun off into independent sitcoms for several years. Other popular sketches on the show were Dr. Chapatín (a rude, money-grubbing doctor who went a little berserk any time someone mentioned his age), Los Chifladitos (the surreal adventures of two suburban lunatics), and Los Caquitos (sketches about two small-time thieves, who eventually reform and try a series of odd jobs).



* {{Spinoff}}: ''Series/ElChavoDelOcho'' and ElChapulinColorado. The show itself spun-off from the VarietyShow ''Sábados de la fortuna''.

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* {{Spinoff}}: ''Series/ElChavoDelOcho'' and ElChapulinColorado.Series/ElChapulinColorado. The show itself spun-off from the VarietyShow ''Sábados de la fortuna''.



* MonsterOfTheWeek: They were this to ElChapulinColorado,

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* MonsterOfTheWeek: They were this to ElChapulinColorado,Series/ElChapulinColorado,
9th Dec '17 5:15:29 PM Lanes17B
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* CourtroomEpisode: Dr. Chapatín is being sued by woman, whose dog he ran over. Like El Chavo would do in the better known remake of this episode, he keeps sabotaging his defense, right as his lawyer is about to give up the case as lost, he lets Dr. Chapatín give his testimony. While on the stand, he mentions that he ran over the dog because [[spoiler: he swerved in order to not run over a jaywalking drunk, when his lawyer asks why he did not mention the drunk jaywalker, he looks at the judge and says that the court would have asked him if he could recognize the drunk, and he would have to tell everyone who the drunk was. The judge declares Dr. Chapatín not guilty, and closes the case.]]

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* CourtroomEpisode: Dr. Chapatín is being sued by a woman, whose dog he ran over. Like El Chavo would do in the better known remake of this episode, he keeps sabotaging his defense, right as his lawyer is about to give up the case as lost, he lets Dr. Chapatín give his testimony. While on the stand, he mentions that he ran over the dog because [[spoiler: he swerved in order to not run over [[TheAlcoholic a jaywalking drunk, drunk,]] when his lawyer asks why he did not didn't mention the drunk jaywalker, he looks at the judge and says that the court would have asked him if he could recognize the drunk, and he would have to tell everyone who the drunk was. [[IResembleThatRemark The judge declares Dr. Chapatín not guilty, and closes the case.]]]]]]
19th Nov '17 4:14:01 AM TheirKid
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* CatchPhrase: Chimoltrufia has what is probably the longest catchphrase in all of TV, although one could say it is actually a series of catch phrases that are almost always said consecutively. But in the course of conversation, whenever she feels she has made a point, she usually says "¿Pa'que le digo que no, si sí? Digo, no nos hagamos tarugos, pos ya sabes que yo como digo una cosa digo otra, pues si es que es como todo, hay cosas que ni qué, ¿tengo o no tengo razón?" Rough translation: "Why would I tell you no, if yes? I mean, let's not make dummies of ourselves, you know that just like I'll say one thing, I'll say another. It's like anything, they are some things that just are. Am I right or am I not?" It's quite nonsensical even in Spanish, and anyone talking with her will usually be confused into agreeing with her whenever she drops it.
** She frequently uses "Pa'que le digo que no, si sí?" independently of the rest of the phrases. It´s her standard way of saying ýes´and she uses it so much the other characters often catch themselves saying it.
1st Nov '17 5:11:49 PM Lanes17B
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* Catchphrase:

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* CrossOver: With los Caqitos in one skit. Chaparron Bonaparte and Lucastañeda are discussing a possible scenario, where a couple of thieves break into their home, and Chapparon then states that he would sneak behind them with a blunt instrument, strike their heads, tie them up, and announce to Lucas that he knocked them unconscious and tied them down. Lucas then states that Chaparron does not have the necessary strength or intelligence to do what he just said, and advised him to just call the police if something like that happened. Chaparron heeds Lucas' advice and apologizes for beating up, and tying down El Chompiras and Botija.




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* WithFriendsLikeThese: The skits will include [[OncePerEpisode at least one instance]] where Chaparron will mention a rather innocuous statement, only for Lucas to turn it into a FloweryInsult.
8th Oct '17 12:59:59 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: The main set and the main characters (and even the dynamics between them) are an awful lot like TheHoneymooners, although there are important differences, like Botija and Chompiras being thieves and Chimoltrufia being rather stupid.

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* {{Expy}}: The main set and the main characters (and even the dynamics between them) are an awful lot like TheHoneymooners, ''Series/TheHoneymooners'', although there are important differences, like Botija and Chompiras being thieves and Chimoltrufia being rather stupid.
19th May '17 6:37:16 PM Siggu
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* CourtroomEpisode: A remake of "the Trial of ''Series/ElChavoDelOcho''", Dr. Chapatín is being sued by woman, whose dog he ran over. Like El Chavo, he keeps sabotaging his defense, right as his lawyer is about to give up the case as lost, he lets Dr. Chapatín give his testimony. While on the stand, he mentions that he ran over the dog because [[spoiler: he swerved in order to not run over a jaywalking drunk, when his lawyer asks why he did not mention the drunk jaywalker, he looks at the judge and says that the court would have asked him if he could recognize the drunk, and he would have to tell everyone who the drunk was. The judge declares Dr. Chapatín not guilty, and closes the case.]]

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* CourtroomEpisode: A remake of "the Trial of ''Series/ElChavoDelOcho''", Dr. Chapatín is being sued by woman, whose dog he ran over. Like El Chavo, Chavo would do in the better known remake of this episode, he keeps sabotaging his defense, right as his lawyer is about to give up the case as lost, he lets Dr. Chapatín give his testimony. While on the stand, he mentions that he ran over the dog because [[spoiler: he swerved in order to not run over a jaywalking drunk, when his lawyer asks why he did not mention the drunk jaywalker, he looks at the judge and says that the court would have asked him if he could recognize the drunk, and he would have to tell everyone who the drunk was. The judge declares Dr. Chapatín not guilty, and closes the case.]]
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