History Series / UnDosTres

4th Oct '16 10:22:16 PM 59Efra
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* CatchPhrase: Numerous, although the most notable is possibly 'Hasta aquí puedo leer', which has found it's way in to day-to-day converstion among Spaniards.

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* CatchPhrase: Numerous, although the most notable is possibly 'Hasta aquí puedo leer', which has found it's its way in to into day-to-day converstion among Spaniards.
4th Oct '16 10:12:17 PM 59Efra
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* StuffBlowingUp: The ninth season ended with ''the entire set'' exploding by way of some special effects.

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* StuffBlowingUp: StuffBlowingUp / TrashTheSet: The ninth season ended with ''the entire set'' exploding by way of some special effects.
18th Sep '16 1:42:56 AM 59Efra
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The key to the programme's success was the fact that, instead of true game show, it was more of a sketch comedy masquerading as one. The programme had a cast of countless cartoony characters on board, with the main ones being divided into the "positive side", consisting on the presenter and a bunch of [[SexySecretary Sexy Secretaries]], and a "negative side", characters who opposed the contestants and wanted them to lose, and would announce when they had ran out of time or made a mistake. Traditionally hailing from the fictional village of "Tacañón del Todo", the negative side, consisting of the miserly Don Cicuta and Los Cicutillas in the first season, Los Tacañones, which were pretty much Don Cicuta split into three characters, in the second season, and [[DistaffCounterpart Las Tacañonas]], from seasons three to nine, were, despite their role, adored by the audience [[LaughablyEvil due to their antics]].

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The key to the programme's success was the fact that, instead of true game show, it was more of a sketch comedy masquerading as one. The programme had a cast of countless cartoony characters on board, with the main ones being divided into the "positive side", consisting on the presenter and a bunch of [[SexySecretary Sexy Secretaries]], and a "negative side", characters who opposed the contestants and wanted them to lose, and would announce when they had ran out of time or made a mistake. Traditionally hailing from the fictional village of "Tacañón del Todo", the negative side, consisting of the miserly Don Cicuta and Los Cicutillas in the first season, Los Tacañones, which were pretty much [[DecompositeCharacter Don Cicuta split into three characters, characters]], in the second season, and [[DistaffCounterpart Las Tacañonas]], from seasons three to nine, were, despite their role, adored by the audience [[LaughablyEvil due to their antics]].
25th Apr '16 5:21:53 AM 59Efra
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* StuffBlowingUp: The ninth season ended with ''the entire set'' exploding by way of some special effects.
22nd Apr '16 12:58:26 PM 59Efra
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* DemotedToExtra: Colonel [=McPhantom=] failed to catch on as the lead negative character of the 2004 revival, so he was removed from this position after four episodes and instead started making short apperances at the auction part instead.

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* DemotedToExtra: Colonel [=McPhantom=] failed to catch on as the lead negative character of the 2004 revival, so he was removed from this position after four episodes and instead started making short apperances at the auction part instead.
20th Apr '16 11:47:43 AM 59Efra
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* TheVoiceless: Don Cicuta's sidekicks in the first season, Los Cicutillas, never spoke a line.
20th Apr '16 11:18:17 AM 59Efra
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* AscendedExtra: Mayra Gómez Kemp was one of the show's secretaries before being picked as the new hostess in the third season after the original host, Kiko Ledgard, was forced to retire due to sequels from a freak accident in a hotel.
20th Apr '16 3:00:39 AM 59Efra
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* GrandStaircaseEntrance: Was used during Mayra Gómez Kemp's stint as the host. Adopted from ''3-2-1''.

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* GrandStaircaseEntrance: Was used during Mayra Gómez Kemp's stint as the host. [[RecursiveAdaptation Adopted from ''3-2-1''.from]] ''[[RecursiveAdaptation 3-2-1]]''.
20th Apr '16 2:48:25 AM 59Efra
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* MeaningfulName: The fictional town most of the negative characters were billed from was called "Tacañón del Todo" ("Absolute Miser"). And they were quite the misers indeed.

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The fictional town most of the negative characters were billed from was called "Tacañón del Todo" ("Absolute Miser"). And they were quite the misers indeed.indeed.
** General Antilivroff. His surname is a Russianized version of "antilibros" ("anti-books"), in the season the negative characters were said to be book-burners.
20th Apr '16 2:44:04 AM 59Efra
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* DemotedToExtra: Colonel [=McPhantom=] failed to catch on as the lead negative character of the 2004 revival, so he was removed from this position after four episodes and instead started making short apperances at the auction part instead.
* EdutainmentShow: The 2004 revival. Though it really was much more entertainment than education.



* EdutainmentShow: The 2004 revival. Though it really was much more entertainment than education.
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