History Series / UnDosTres

1st Jan '14 2:25:34 PM WackyPancake
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Oh sweet merciful gods... The programme was intended for families, but it could get really risqué at times. The secretaries' suits were infamously skimpy (which was [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] through and through by the negative characters). During the third season there was a recurring character called "La Loli" who was a prostitute. There were even at least two episode dedicated to "eroticism", and one of them featured ''exposed breasts''. The show's cretor, Narciso Ibáñez Serrador, actually admitted that he strived to make the ninth season "whiter", because the eighth had been "too dirty".
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Oh sweet merciful gods... The programme was intended for families, but it could get really risqué at times. The secretaries' suits were infamously skimpy (which was [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] through and through by the negative characters). During the third season there was a recurring character called "La Loli" who was a prostitute. There were even at least two episode episodes dedicated to "eroticism", and one of them featured ''exposed breasts''. The show's cretor, Narciso Ibáñez Serrador, actually admitted that he strived to make the ninth season "whiter", because the eighth had been "too dirty".
1st Jan '14 2:23:02 PM WackyPancake
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After ten years of hiatus, the show was revived in 2004 as ''Un, dos, tres... a leer esta vez'', and, while sticking to the show's formula, made certain noteworthy changes: The show was now focused on reading and literature, and the eliminatory round, instead of focusing on physical challenges, now consisted of answering questions about the "book of the day", hence the contestants had to read the book if they wanted pass it. In keeping with the literary theme, the "Tacañón del Todo" "negative side" characters were replaced by book-burning firemen from the "Literature/{{Fahrenheit 451}} Brigade", who wanted to purge the world of written literature. The "Fahrenheit 451 Brigade" initially consisted of Colonel [=McPhantom=] and his mute assistant Kowalsky, but they weren't very popular among the public, so, after four broadcasts, they were replaced by General Antilivroff and Dimitri, who spoke [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign Russian-sounding gibberish]] and were overall much sillier and more in the vein of the "Tacañón del Todo" characters.
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After ten years of hiatus, the show was revived in 2004 as ''Un, dos, tres... a leer esta vez'', and, which, while sticking to the show's formula, made certain noteworthy changes: The show was now focused on reading and literature, and the eliminatory round, instead of focusing on physical challenges, now consisted of answering questions about the "book of the day", hence the contestants had to read the book if they wanted to pass it. In keeping with the literary theme, the "Tacañón del Todo" "negative side" characters were replaced by book-burning firemen from the "Literature/{{Fahrenheit 451}} Brigade", who wanted to purge the world of written literature. The "Fahrenheit 451 Brigade" initially consisted of Colonel [=McPhantom=] and his mute assistant Kowalsky, but they weren't very popular among the public, so, after four broadcasts, they were replaced by General Antilivroff and Dimitri, who spoke [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign Russian-sounding gibberish]] and were overall much sillier and more in the vein of the "Tacañón del Todo" characters.
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