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''31 Minutos''[[note]][[CaptainObvious '31 Minutes']][[/note]] was a Chilean TV series, which parodied the news shows format, hosted by [[{{Muppet}} puppets]].

The whole idea behind the show was [[WorkCom seeing how disastrous things could get on-air and off-air, with characters fighting each other]], and [[OnlySaneEmployee Juanín]] trying to get everyone to do their things.

Among other things, the program had a couple of recurring sections, including the "''Top-top-top-top-top music ranking''" (where parodies of music videos where transmited) and "''The adventures of Calcentin-con-rombos-man[[note]]Literal translation:Sock-with-Rhombus-man[[/note]]''" (a parody of super-heroes, with some aesop at the end).

Unfortunately, it couldn't last, only spawning 3 seasons and [[TheMovie a movie]]. A fourth is currently in the works.

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!!!Note: since this series includes a lot of significant Spanish names, please try to give them a translation to English. ''You can always use notes or labelnotes:'' [= name[[note]]Translated name[[/note]] or name[[labelnote:Translation]]Translated name[[/labelnote]] =]

!!This show provides examples of:
* AdaptationDecay: InUniverse example. In one episode the characters wanted to give an {{edutainment|Show}} turn to the show and tried to put on stage their take on [[Literature/DonQuixote Don Quijote de la Mancha]]. [[HilarityEnsues It didn't work]]:
-->'''Juanín (Sancho Panza):''' Oh, Don Quixote. I see a threat in the distance.\\
'''Tulio (Don Quixote):''' Don't worry, my loyal secretary. No enemy poses a threat to me.\\
'''Bodoque (The Narrator):''' What they didn't know is that their archenemies are coming... the vampire windmills blocked their passage!\\
'''Tulio:''' The vampire windmills?! Are you sure ''Don Quixote goes'' like this?\\
'''Bodoque:''' More or less, Tulio. I'm sure about the vampires, but I came up with the windmills thing. Just go with it.\\
'''Tulio:''' These evil windmills won't defeat us, Sancho!\\
'''Juanín:''' It's a sign of our progress, Don Quixote!\\
'''Tulio:''' They defeated us! Run! Run, Sancho!\\
'''Bodoque:''' Go back to the stage, you cowards!\\
'''Vampire Windmills:''' Yeah, come back.
* AfraidOfNeedles: Tulio in 'La invasión de los Tramoyas'.
* AllInTheManual: Several stuff like the backstory of the characters or the name of some [[NoNameGiven unnamed characters]] are only given in merchandising or interviews that the characters do in magazines, but never in the show.
* AlliterativeName: Tulio Triviño, Juanín Juan Harry, Balón Von Bola
** LetterMotif: All tramoyas have names that end with 'ín' and surnames that ends with 'illo' (Benjamín Listillo, Fermín Virutillo, [[ShoutOut Valentín Trujillo]], etc.), save for [[OddNameOut James J. McNamara]]).
* AllJustADream
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Mario Hugo is in love with Patana, something that was confirmed in TheMovie (see CantSpitItOut below).
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Patana.
* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife
* AmusementPark: In the song 'Parque de diversiones'.
* {{Animeland}}: In 'Japonés'.
* ArtShift: The little bumpers that open and close Policarpo's Ranking Top are in 3D.
* AscendedMeme: In 'La amenaza siluria II', the clip of the first Tulio interview is a parody of 'Super Taldo', a Chilean viral video of an old unaired news report about a boy with [[TourettesShitcockSyndrome Tourette's Syndrome]].
** In 'El video', the last blooper shown is a parody of an infamous leaked [[HilariousOuttakes blooper reel]] of the Chilean TV show 'El mundo del Profesor Rossa'.
* AutomobileOpening
* BackToFront: The song "Severlá".
* BigBad: Cachirula in TheMovie, with sentient doll Estrella de Lana as her [[TheDragon Dragon]].
* BigEater: Dylan Manguera, but thanks to Juan Carlos Bodoque, he knows better and gets better.
* BigNo: In 'Enfermosis', by Calcetín con Rombos Man when his long lost brother reveals his identity, followed by a BigYes from his part.
* BrokenRecord: [[OnceASeason One song per season]] ("Lala", "Boing Boing Boing" and "Guácala").
* BunnyEarsLawyer: The lawyer that talks like an idiot is a subversion to this trope.
* CainAndAbel: Calcetín con Ramones Man wanted to kill his brother Calcetín con Rombos Man for abandoning him. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] when the first claims "Who am I, [[Literature/TheBible my brother's keeper?]]"
* CantSpitItOut: In TheMovie, Mario Hugo never really gets to confess his love for Patana [[spoiler:until the climax. Even then, his feelings are instantly rejected.]]
** He does confess it in "El secreto" just to get rejected by an "And i don't care"
* CannotTellAJoke: Tulio.
* CarnivoreConfusion: A hilarious example; during the first episode, Mico the Micófono's segment had him asking the "people" on the street what they thought about food. At one point, a group of pieces of meat said that they were vegetarians... and then the scene cuts to a group of vegetables chanting "Meat! Meat! Meat!".
* CartoonCreature: Most notably Tulio and Juanín.
* ChekhovsGunman: [[spoiler:A BoyBand made of five muscular men from TheMovie. They first appear at the start singing a song for Tulio's birthday, and reappear during the final battle, successfully defeating Cachirula's giant robots though [[DistractedByTheSexy the Power of Hotness]].]]
* ChristmasEpisode: Every cliche is used, lampshaded and crushed during it. Plus, it was made against the character's will, they had to improvise it at the last second and everyone, except for Policarpo, hated being part of it because they were missing spending the holiday with their families and relatives.
* ChristmasMiracle: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] at the end of the ChristmasEpisode): after forgiving Juan Carlos Bodoque for losing everyone's gifts at the horse racings, everyone expected to be rewarded with more free gifts. After claiming to "have learned their lesson" and asking "Hey, where are our gifts?" a few times, everyone gets crushed under a rain of gifts, which culminated with Santa Claus himself popping out from nowhere to fall over the characters.
* ClipShow Penultimate episode of each season
* CocaPepsiInc: In "Tio Horacio", in the Tio Horacio's Show, there was promoted a "Panashiva" TV.
** "Panashiva" is a ''real'' brand of cheap and shoddy electronics sold in Chile during the early 2000's.
* CommutingOnABus: Carla Rubio was a reporter of the 'Ranting Club' segment in the first few episodes until it was said to had taken "vacations against her will" and was replaced by Rosario Central. She only appear briefly in two later episodes, where is clearly stated that she was fired.
* ContestWinnerCameo: The voices of the kid version of Tulio, Bodoque and Juanin in TheMovie were the winners of a contest.
* ContinuityNod
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Sr. Manguera
* CouchGag / LogoJoke: From season 2 onwards, a little pig-esque finger puppet named Carlitos Lechuga attemps to tell an Aesop under the [[VanityPlate Aplaplac logo after the closing credits]], only for [[LogoJoke the logo]] or [[AssPull something else]] to [[TheyKilledKenny hurt him badly]]. He gets his revenge during a (surprisingly long) Matrix-esque montage, where the Aplaplac logo transforms into a humanoid mecha, but Carlitos dodges every attack, kicks the mecha in the shins and sends him running away, crying.
* CrazyMemory: Balón Von Bola
* CreditsGag: In 'La gotera', the credits mimics to the ones for [[Series/ElChavoDelOcho El Chavo del 8]] and all the crew has the name of a Chespirito character as nickname.
* CrossDressingVoices
* CrossoverPunchline: 'Coanimadora' with [[spoiler: the actual midnight news program of the channel, Medianoche]].
* DeadpanSnarker: Everyone except for Tulio, especial mention to Bodoque and Policarpo
* DealWithTheDevil: The song 'Parque de diversiones' (Amusement Park) where a kid wins a whole park for himself, but then discovers he cannot invite his friends, and also cannot leave the park and he's forever locked inside... with a demon, who's chasing the kid to kill him. [[spoiler: It's just a nightmare.]]
* DepravedKidsShowHost: Tío Horacio to dangerous extremes, although he's the same on and off stage.
* DevelopmentGag: In 'El fin del mundo', the clip shown of how Tulio was before going through plastic surgery was actually footage of an unaired pilot.
* DreamingOfAWhiteChristmas: Parodied in 'Calurosa Navidad' (Hot Christmas) where a group of hot, tired and unconfortable people disguised as Santa Claus sings about the problem of celebrating Christmas during summer.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Juanín and Balón made cameos on the background of the studio one episode before their formal appearance.
* EarWorm: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOIIgL_2PhE The theme song.]] It'll dance its way into your head and never, ever leave.
** An InUniverse example is Tio Horacio's ThemeSong, ‘Boing boing boing’, which everyone, including ''God himself'' loves dearly. [[SomebodyDoesntLoveRaymond Except for Tulio.]]
* EdutainmentShow: Played for laughs and then played straight with Juan Carlos Bodoque's segments, where he talks about ecology, the effects of pollution and the theft of Chilean's archeologic treasures.
** Also played during Calcetín Con Rombos Man's segments, where the super-hero talks about Children's Rights after solving a crisis that involved one or two rights being trampled.
* EekAMouse: In 'Un ratoncito duro de cazar'
* EverythingTalks: It's assumed that ''all'' the objects in the show are sentient, save when the plot requires otherwise. This is particularly so in the first episode, when, at a certain point, a toilet seat asks for a roll of toilet paper to bring him juice.
* ExecutiveMeddling: In RealLife, Patana was added to the show because in focus group made by the channel they pointed that the show needed a "permanent female character". Her name, which translates as 'she-bumpkin', reflects the initial lack of enthusiasm by the crew.
** In reality 'Patana' is a nickname given to her by Tulio and her family. Her name is Patricia Ana, (PATricia ANA). Tulio calls her both affectionately and despectively at the same time.
* FakingTheDead: In [[spoiler: 'El estiercol']] and in 'El funeral de Tulio'.
* FlowersForAlgernonSyndrome: In 'Maguito explosivo', when they want Maguito to lose his 'addiction' to explosions.
* FluffyCloudHeaven: In 'Alcancía'.
* FourFingeredHands: played straight but averted with Tulio, as his hands are real hands.
* FracturedFairyTale: Their take of ''Literature/{{Pinocchio}}'' has the fairy marrying Geppetto and becoming [[ParentalNeglect negligent parents]].
** Damn they also become drunkards and only pay attention to him because he is inside a broken T.V.
* [[LoveMakesYouCrazy Friendship Makes You Crazy]]: In TheMovie, Cachirula is incredibly obsessed with taking endangered animal species away to her zoo-island so they can be her pets and, by extension, her friends. If one refuses to escape, [[spoiler:she [[OffWithHisHead beheads them]] and places their heads on her wall, something Juanin finds out the hard way.]]
* FunSize: Carlitos Lechuga.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: Anything the tramoyas do at the background of the set.
* FunWithAcronyms: The band LLUEHHHB. The name is short for "[[OverlyLongName Latidos Latinos Urbanos Emergentes Hip Hop Hermanos Brothers]]". ''Wow''.
* FurryConfusion: Mario Hugo is a chihuahua but seems to have truckloads of pet dogs.
** Also, although the main characters are shown in different clothes several times and Juanin spends a good portion of TheMovie naked, the first episode showcases a nude photoshoot, with the nudity being that the puppets involved remove their "skin" revealing the hands controlling them.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The song called 'Doggy Style', which actually talks about a party held by Mario Hugo's many pet dogs at his house when he's out. Subverted when a local newspaper warned about kids [[TheInternetIsForPorn finding naughty stuff when looking for the song title on the web]].
** Done literally when Juan Carlos Bodoque presented a segment named "La Ruta de la Caca" (The Road of the Poop) where he explained step by step what happened with human waste, from the WC until it's processed at water treatment plants. At the end, Tulio and Juan Carlos have this conversation:
-->'''Tulio:''' "Fascinating, Juan Carlos. It's very interesting to know what happens with our doo-doo."
-->'''Juan Carlos Bodoque:''' "Crap, Tulio. Let's call things for their name. Crap, also known as feces or PPPTTHHHBBHBHBHBHBHBH. It's a very interesting topic to discuss during lunchtime with the family."
-->'''Tulio (visibly upset):''' "... Thanks, Juan Carlos."
*** To be fair, what is considered mild language in most Hispanic countries is rather soft in Chile and Spain
* [[GodInHumanForm God In Puppet Form]]: And a very ugly one, with -- according to Tulio -- a terrible taste on music.
* GratuitousEnglish: "They Cut Wrong My Hair"
* GreenAesop: On the 'Nota verde' segments
* HalfHourComedy
* HandPuppet: Taken to its LogicalExtreme by using socks (or whatever object) without even putting a minimal effort to convert them into sock puppets. In particular concerning the ''Calcetín con Rombos Man'' sketches.
* HandsomeLech: Bodoque
* HatesTheJobLovesTheLimelight: Bodoque, as he's forced to do ecological reports while actually wanting to be the anchor man of the show.
* HavingABlast: Maguito, in his second appearance.
* HeAlsoDid: Few people is aware that Rodrigo Salinas, who plays Ratoncito and El Dostor on ''El club de la comedia'', also voiced Juanín and Mario Hugo in this show.
* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Tio Pelado in TheMovie, after Cachirula fires him after he gets her Juanin.]]
** [[spoiler:Calcetin con ramonesman.]]
* HeyItsThatVoice: Sr. Manguera, the owner of the channel, is voiced by Fernando Solís, who serves as announcer in several Latin American commercials and radio and TV channels.
* HighPressureBlood: That was rather an "I just take a dump all over the radar" episode
* HilariousOuttakes: Fake ones are shown in 'El Video' and in reports about the [[SoapWithinAShow channel telenovela.]] Actual ones appear on DVD.
* HypocriticalHumor: The show ran on this.
* InstrumentalThemeTune: A version WithLyrics called 'Yo nunca vi televisión' is used in-show.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Tulio, especially in TheMovie.
* {{Kaiju}}: The Sasquatch.
** he is normal human size, though
* KeepingSecretsSucks
* LampshadeHanging: At the beginning 'Maguito Explosivo' Tulio is worried because at any moment he's going to be interrupted, like in all previous episodes.
* LaughTrack: Parodied in the episode 'Risotrón' (Laugh-a-Tron), with a device that makes everything funnier [[spoiler:(Except Tulio)]] by laughing.
** Played straight in 'Patana' during a spoof of an skit of the Chilean sketch show ''Jappening con Ja''.
* LastOfHisKind: Juanín in TheMovie. Huachimingo was believed to be this ''until'' said movie.
* {{Leitmotif}}: ¡Calcetín con Rombos Man! Da-dara-dara!
* LemonyNarrator / InteractiveNarrator: On Calcetín con Rombos Man segments
* LimitedWardrobe: The whole cast most of the time, but averted with Tulio.
* LoonyFan: Calcetín con Hongos Man.
* LostHimInACardGame
* LongLostRelative: [[spoiler: Mario Hugo]]'s mom in 'La mamá'.
* LyingCreator: WordOfGod explicity stated in an sneak peek featurette of the second season that they weren't going to make any gimmick like [[RecycledInSPACE "Space Adventures"]]. Then at the SeasonFinale...
* MadeOfExplodium: Maguito.
** More like drank a can of explodium and is regularily exploding ever since.
* MindScrew: Parodied with the Japanese “News segment” in ‘Japonés’ which consists of people dancing in slow motion, while some sad music and a ''lot'' of japanese words (including some random stats) fly through the screen. After the segment is over, we get to see Tulio staring at the camera, as if what he he just saw had fried his brain.
* {{Mooks}}: Cachirula's dolls in TheMovie.
* MoodWhiplash: In one episode, Calcetín Con Rombos Man discovers that some products with his image are being sold without his consent (and at very expensive prices, to boot) so he decides to track the source and discovers they are being manufacturated on a ship anchored on international waters, by one of the show's recurrent villains, who claims to have reformed and decided to make hero merchandise out of admiration for the man who showed him the light. Calcetín Con Rombos Man is initially flattered and happy to see an old foe reforming, until he discovers that his products are being manufacturated by children. ''Slave children'', forced to work on inhuman conditions, being fed just once a week and forced to drink alcohol to keep them quiet and obedient. He promptly releases the children and takes them to an OrphanageOfLove.
** Done InUniverse in the episode '¡Qué lástima!', where the image consultant of the show want to keep it [[TearJerker as pitiful as possible]] in order to raise the TV rating, yet the characters can't stop doing "funny" stuff instead.
* MundaneMadeAwesome: Several songs featured in the show. The best example probably is "Mi equilibrio espiritual" ("My spiritual balance") by Freddy Turbina, [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome a song about how awesome and admired he has become since he finally learned to ride a bike without training wheels]].
* MusicalEpisode: Last episode of each season, although they are actually [[ClipShow clip shows]] of all the music videos of the season, and usually a new song.
* NewsParody: Faux News variation.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Several characters share traits with analogous Chilean media personalities, although [[WordOfGod the creators]] [[DeniedParody denies they were intended as parodies]].
* NoEnding: 'Mugre' does have an ending, but it was so ambiguous and short that much people don't get it. The fact that it was simply [[EditedForSyndication removed in syndication]] by [[TheyJustDidntCare seemingly no reason]] doesn't help.
* NonIndicativeName: The song 'Papá, te quiero' literally translates as 'Dad, I love you', but in the lyrics is told in the sense of "Dad, I want you [to do me favors]".
* NoTitle: The episodes were officially untitled until they were [[AllInTheManual released to DVD]].
** AscendedFanon: The titles of the first two seasons were taken from a fan website.
* OffWithHisHead: [[spoiler:This is the fate for whoever attempts to escape Cachirula's tyranny in TheMovie, though we never get to see any actual beheading, and the only two people that go through this are the Blonde Buffalo and Cachirula's [[TheDragon right-hand doll]] Estrella de Lana, although the latter gets better just by sewing herself back together.]]
* OncePerEpisode: "¿Qué te pasa, Policarpo?", which translates to "What's happening to you, Policarpo?".
* OneHitWonder: InUniverse, all songs featured on the 'Ranking Top' are this.
* OverlyLongGag: In 'El secreto', about one minute of the characters astounded staring silent after discovering Policarpo's secret. [[spoiler:He's bald, his hair is actually a wig.]]
* [[PalsWithJesus Pals With God]]: Not even friends
* PaintingTheMedium: Every mention of Calcetí­n Con Rombos Man is followed by everyone turning to the camera while a snippet from Calcetín con Rombos Man's {{Leitmotif}} is played. In one episode his leimotiff is played so many times that Calcetín Con Rombos Man yells at the musics to stop playing it, and the musicians themselves grab their instruments and walk away, offended.
* PaperThinDisguise: Lulo Serrucho in his episode.
* ParentalBonus
* PersonOfMassDestruction: Maguito, in his second episode. When you can blow up a huge asteroid by yourself, you can officialy consider yourself a WMD.
* PhotoMontage: The credits of 'No te vayas, Juanín', with photos of a party at Juanín's house.
* PieInTheFace
* PiggyBank: Patana tries to break one until the piggy bank start running.
* PokemonSpeak: Juanin when he was little, as revealed in TheMovie, prompting Tulio and Bodoque to name him.
* PowerIncontinence: Maguito had to take some self-control classesto avoid [[HavingABlast blowing up at the drop of a hat]].
* PresentDay
* ProductPlacement: Parodied in 'Cebollas'.
* ProtestSong: Parodied with Guaripolo's 'Mala'.
-->'''[=Guaripolo=]''': "No more trucks, no more whales, no more revolving doors, no more batucadas, no more forests, no more carpets, no more remote controls, no more school vans and no more scholars."
* PunnyName: Joe Pino. His name is pronounced the same way as "yo opino" ("I think that..."), and he's the guy who's always giving his opinion on anything.
* PuppetPermutation / HumanityEnsues: Naturally [[InvertedTrope inverted]] in 'La amenaza Siluria III" where [[MomentofAwesome the main crew are turned briefly into their voice actors]].
-->'''[=Tulio=]''': "That was the worst thing that had happened in my life. [[StylisticSelfParody I even had a nose!]]"
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: Huachimingo says to have been hidden for 1.500 years.
* ReTool: Third season is vastly different from the first two, there are rarely episodes about news rather than episodes about some problem that the main characters core is now dealing with.
* [[RoseHairedGirl Rose-Haired Puppet]]: Cindy Miraflores as well Cachirula from TheMovie.
* RunningTimeInTheTitle
* SavingTheWorld: In 'Maguito explosivo' and the 'La Amenaza Siluria' StoryArc.
* SawItInAMovieOnce: In 'Maguito explosivo':
-->'''[=Cirilo Pila=]''': "The only way to avoid the colission would be we make the asteroid explode."
-->'''[=Jackson Aceituno=]''': "And how do you know that?"
-->'''[=Cirilo Pila=]''': "Because I saw it in a movie once..."
* ScoutOut: In TheMovie, it's explained, by flashback, that Tulio and Bodoque were hiking through the woods as Boy Scouts when they met Juanin.
* ScreamsLikeALittleGirl: [[ItRunsInTheFamily Everyone in Tulio's family]] ''yawns'' this way.
* SelfPromotionDisguisedAsNews: InUniverse with the coverage of the soup-opera of the channel, as noted above.
* SelfTitledAlbum: The soundtrack for the first season, [[ContrivedCoincidence unintentionally]] also a case of RunningTimeInTheTitle.
* ShoutOut: And ''how''!
* SlidingScaleOfLivingToys: Estrella de Lana from TheMovie is quite obviously a sentient doll. [[spoiler:This is particularly so near the end, when she manages to recover from being beheaded by just sewing her head and body back together.]]
* SmallNameBigEgo: Maguito, in his first appearance. ''None'' of his tricks went right, and even when he almost drowned in a Houdini-esque trap, he insisted he was doing it right.
* SnapBack: Several episodes end with the cast fired or working at something completely different.
* SoapWithinAShow: The mock-soap opera ''Los Títeres'' (The Puppets) announced by Policarpo during the earlier episodes.
** AluminumChristmasTrees: ''Los Titeres'' was the name of an actual Chilean soap-opera from the 80's, where the main theme was that fate controlled everyone's actions, like a puppet's strings. They even use the same theme song.
* SomethingPerson: Calcetín Con Rombos Man (Argyle Sock Man). Oddly, he's an actual sock and not a man.
** One-shot examples are 'Hombre de plumavit' (Styrofoam man) and '1/2 Hombre' (Half-man).
* SpeciesSurname: Raul Guantecillo. Tenison Salinas has a given name and Balón Von Bola has both.
** Don't forget Mico el Micófono!
** Meanwhile, Juanin appears to have a Species ''First Name''.
* SpoiledBrat: Cachirula, TheMovie's villain.
* SpotTheImposter: In 'Lulo Serrucho'.
* {{Snowlems}}: Hielito
* StrawFan / MetaGuy: In 'Un ratoncito duro de cazar', Ratón del water makes fun of a fan website that had a section with a list [[SeriesContinuityError full of the show inconsistencies]].
* StrictlyFormula: Calcetín Con Rombos Man segments, although they loosen up a bit on the ones with an StoryArc.
* StylisticSuck: 'Guaripolo And Sopapiglobo versus Vampire Chaplin'
* SuperheroEpisode
* TakenForGranite
* TalkingToHimself
* TelevisionGeography: Although TheMovie don't mention being located at a specific setting, the single city displayed is made-out of different cities both in Chile and Brazil.
* TheCollectorOfTheStrange: Huachimingo collecting fluffs.
* TheDitz: Tulio.
* TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt: In 'El fin del mundo', 'Maguito Explosivo' and the three-part 'La amenaza siluria".
* TheMovie
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: Besides Carla Rubio from the earlier episodes and her replacement Rosario Central, Patana is the only female character in the main cast.
* ThirtySecondsOverTokyo: In 'Japonés'.
* ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman: In 'Maguito explosivo'.
* ThrowItIn: At the end of 'Monstruo Chupachupa' due to a Spanish GenderVocabularySlip:
-->'''[=Monstruo Chupachupa=]''': I will not let them go because [[GenderVocabularySlip I'm [she-]evil]]!
-->'''[=Tulio=]''': [[SamusIsAGirl Oh, now you're a woman!]]
-->'''[=Monstruo Chupachupa=]''': ''(nervously)'' …I'm a [she-]vacuum, you don't get it?
-->'''[=Tulio=]''': Ah, well, yes…
* TraumaticHaircut: The song 'Me cortaron mal el pelo'.
* TwoForOneShow
* VacationEpisode: 'Vacaciones', which behaves like an ordinary episode but showing BusmansHoliday clips of the characters instead of news.
* VerbalTic: Policarpo’s “Top Top Top…”.
* VillainSong: Cachirula attems to sing one in TheMovie, but can’t because her [[CoolChair flying chair]] [[MusicalisInterruptus malfunctions]]. The complete version was done later for an advertisement.
* VisualPun
-->'''[=Bodoque=]''': "[[DontExplainTheJoke I said 'Run the tape', and the tape ran away!]]"
* VocalEvolution
* VoxPops: The “Encuesta” segment.
* WelcomeTitles
* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: Tulio's fear of whales. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in TheMovie.
* WickedWitch: Bruja González.
* WidgetSeries: Parodied in 'Japonés'.
* {{Workaholic}}: Juanín Juan Harry ''hates'' vacations. His friends take advantage of this and overload him with their own to-do things when the cast goes on vacation, and Juanin actually ''thanks'' them for it. In TheMovie, when he becomes one of Cachirula's "pets", he pities the fact that ''she'' doesn't make them work in order for them to retain their value.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Invoked in episode 1; in it, the "Ranting Club" segment was about a kid (a real kid rather than a puppet) who wanted to dye his hair blue.
* YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle
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