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The adaption ran for two seasons, and it was played by the most important comedy actors of Argentina, Guillermo Francella and Florencia Peña. The writers made an important work in removing all American stuff from the series and fill it with Argentinian culture, from the names of the characters to their backgrounds and several plots. Thus, it is not seen in Argentina as the local version of a foreign series, but as a series on its own right.

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The adaption ran for two seasons, and it was played by the most important comedy actors of Argentina, Guillermo Francella Creator/GuillermoFrancella and Florencia Peña. The writers made an important work in removing all American stuff from the series and fill it with Argentinian culture, from the names of the characters to their backgrounds and several plots. Thus, it is not seen in Argentina as the local version of a foreign series, but as a series on its own right.


* ArtisticLicenseHistory: An archeologist appears at the Argento house, declaring that the lost treasure taken by Rafael de Sobremonte during the 1806 British invasion of Buenos Aires was buried in their patio. The Fuseneco tried to take it for themselves, and it was finally all a scam. However, the fate of the treasure of Sobremonte is well known: he escaped from Buenos Aires during the invasion, taking all the money of the city with him to prevent it from being taken (no cowardice, it's what the laws instructed in the case of a foreign attack like that), but the British intercepted him at Luján, got the money, and sent it to London, where it was paraded and kept. Buenos Aires was liberated afterwards by Santiago de Liniers, but the money was already in London. There's no mystery, much less a chance of finding it anywhere in South America.



* ThisIsUnforgivable: Pepe's reaction to Moni's reveal that [[spoiler: she wasn't pregnant of Paola when he was playing in Racing.]] Eventually, he [[EasilyForgiven does forgive her]].
* YouFailHistoryForever: An archeologist appears at the Argento house, declaring that the lost treasure taken by Rafael de Sobremonte during the 1806 British invasion of Buenos Aires was buried in their patio. The Fuseneco tried to take it for themselves, and it was finally all a scam. However, the fate of the treasure of Sobremonte is well known: he escaped from Buenos Aires during the invasion, taking all the money of the city with him to prevent it from being taken (no cowardice, it's what the laws instructed in the case of a foreign attack like that), but the British intercepted him at Luján, got the money, and sent it to London, where it was paraded and kept. Buenos Aires was liberated afterwards by Santiago de Liniers, but the money was already in London. There's no mystery, much less a chance of finding it anywhere in South America.

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* ThisIsUnforgivable: Pepe's reaction to Moni's reveal that [[spoiler: she wasn't pregnant of Paola when he was playing in Racing.]] Eventually, he [[EasilyForgiven does forgive her]].
* YouFailHistoryForever: An archeologist appears at the Argento house, declaring that the lost treasure taken by Rafael de Sobremonte during the 1806 British invasion of Buenos Aires was buried in their patio. The Fuseneco tried to take it for themselves, and it was finally all a scam. However, the fate of the treasure of Sobremonte is well known: he escaped from Buenos Aires during the invasion, taking all the money of the city with him to prevent it from being taken (no cowardice, it's what the laws instructed in the case of a foreign attack like that), but the British intercepted him at Luján, got the money, and sent it to London, where it was paraded and kept. Buenos Aires was liberated afterwards by Santiago de Liniers, but the money was already in London. There's no mystery, much less a chance of finding it anywhere in South America.
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''Casados con hijos'' is the Argentine version of the American series Series/MarriedWithChildren. It is about the misfortunes of Pepe Argento, a former Racing Club player who now sells women shoes, he is married to Moni (who always wants to have sex), and they have two kids, Paola (who dates every man that walks) and Coqui (a loser even worse than him). And to complete it all, his neighbour is María Elena Fuseneco, who always tries to defeat and humilliate him.

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''Casados con hijos'' is the Argentine version of the American series Series/MarriedWithChildren.''Series/MarriedWithChildren''. It is about the misfortunes of Pepe Argento, a former Racing Club player who now sells women shoes, he is married to Moni (who always wants to have sex), and they have two kids, Paola (who dates every man that walks) and Coqui (a loser even worse than him). And to complete it all, his neighbour is María Elena Fuseneco, who always tries to defeat and humilliate him.



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'''Casados con hijos''' is the Argentine version of the American series Series/MarriedWithChildren. It is about the misfortunes of Pepe Argento, a former Racing Club player who now sells women shoes, he is married to Moni (who always wants to have sex), and they have two kids, Paola (who dates every man that walks) and Coqui (a loser even worse than him). And to complete it all, his neighbour is María Elena Fuseneco, who always tries to defeat and humilliate him.

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'''Casados ''Casados con hijos''' hijos'' is the Argentine version of the American series Series/MarriedWithChildren. It is about the misfortunes of Pepe Argento, a former Racing Club player who now sells women shoes, he is married to Moni (who always wants to have sex), and they have two kids, Paola (who dates every man that walks) and Coqui (a loser even worse than him). And to complete it all, his neighbour is María Elena Fuseneco, who always tries to defeat and humilliate him.


* HotMom: Whatever Pepe says, Moni is quite attractive, and many other men never fail to notice that (Dardo included).

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* PrettyFreeloaders: The entire Argento family!


* TheAce: Pepe before he married Moni, therefore quitting his football career.
* TheAlcoholic: PlayedForLaughs with Maria Elena.



* YouFailHistoryForever: An archeologist appears at the Argento house, declaring that the lost treasure taken by Rafael de Sobremonte during the 1806 British invasion of Buenos Aires was buried in their patio. The Fuseneco tried to take it for themselves, and it was finally all a scam. However, the fate of the treasure of Sobremonte is well known: he escaped from Buenos Aires during the invasion, taking all the money of the city with him to prevent it from being taken (no cowardice, it's what the laws instructed in the case of a foreign attack like that), but the British intercepted him at Luján, got the money, and sent it to London, where it was paraded and kept. Buenos Aires was liberated afterwards by Santiago de Liniers, but the money was already in London. There's no mystery, much less a chance of finding it anywhere in South America.



* EvenTheGuysWantHim: Coqui's looks have been emphasized by many male characters thoughtout the series.



* [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen She Who Must Not Be Seen]]: Coqui won a chance to meet CristinaFernandezDeKirchner, the current president of Argentina, but who was just the First Lady of president NestorKirchner (2003-2007) during the airing of the show (it may feel awkward to see the episode now, but all [[MakesSenseInContext makes sense in context]]). Of course, he never got the chance, as his family wasted the money. Neither Cristina nor a parody of her actually appeared on screen, and it all stayed in a mere mention.
* HotMom: Whatever Pepe says, Moni is quite attractive, and many other men never fail to notice that (Dardo included).



* [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen She Who Must Not Be Seen]]: Coqui won a chance to meet CristinaFernandezDeKirchner, the current president of Argentina, but who was just the First Lady of president NestorKirchner (2003-2007) during the airing of the show (it may feel ackward to see the episode now, but all makes sense in context). Of course, he never got the chance, as his family wasted the money. Neither Cristina nor a parody of her actually appeared on screen, and it all stayed in a mere mention.



* ThisIsUnforgivable: Pepe's reaction to Moni's reveal that [[spoiler: she wasn't pregnant of Paola when he was playing in Racing.]] Eventually, he [[GetsForgivenEasily does forgive her]].

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* ThisIsUnforgivable: Pepe's reaction to Moni's reveal that [[spoiler: she wasn't pregnant of Paola when he was playing in Racing.]] Eventually, he [[GetsForgivenEasily [[EasilyForgiven does forgive her]].her]].
* YouFailHistoryForever: An archeologist appears at the Argento house, declaring that the lost treasure taken by Rafael de Sobremonte during the 1806 British invasion of Buenos Aires was buried in their patio. The Fuseneco tried to take it for themselves, and it was finally all a scam. However, the fate of the treasure of Sobremonte is well known: he escaped from Buenos Aires during the invasion, taking all the money of the city with him to prevent it from being taken (no cowardice, it's what the laws instructed in the case of a foreign attack like that), but the British intercepted him at Luján, got the money, and sent it to London, where it was paraded and kept. Buenos Aires was liberated afterwards by Santiago de Liniers, but the money was already in London. There's no mystery, much less a chance of finding it anywhere in South America.


* AlphaCouple: Moni and Pepe.



* BetaCouple: The Fuseneco

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* BetaCouple: The FusenecoFuseneco to Pepe and Moni.


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** Coqui
*** Mamucha/Papucho (Mommy/Daddy)


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* TheUglyGuysHotDaughter: While Pepe is not exactly ugly, some characters found it confusing to see him, and later look at his daughter Paola, played by [[http://sp3.fotolog.com/photo/19/12/101/luli_diivinaa/1215716080974_f.jpg Luisana]] [[http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-nZ02779XvYU/UEFxL5fmhtI/AAAAAAAAKjA/Ql9oaZkUC4A/s1600/LuisanaLopilato0.jpg Lopilato]].
* ThisIsUnforgivable: Pepe's reaction to Moni's reveal that [[spoiler: she wasn't pregnant of Paola when he was playing in Racing.]] Eventually, he [[GetsForgivenEasily does forgive her]].


* AllWomenAreLustful: Paola is the most decided, as she's young, pretty and without a stable boyfriend. But Moni and María Elena are not exactly prudes, either... in fact, they love to have sex with their husbands, or to see handsome males when they are not around.

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* AllWomenAreLustful: Paola is the most decided, as she's young, pretty and without a stable boyfriend. But Moni and María Elena are not exactly prudes, either... in fact, they love to have sex with their husbands, or to see handsome males when they are not around.around.
* YouFailHistoryForever: An archeologist appears at the Argento house, declaring that the lost treasure taken by Rafael de Sobremonte during the 1806 British invasion of Buenos Aires was buried in their patio. The Fuseneco tried to take it for themselves, and it was finally all a scam. However, the fate of the treasure of Sobremonte is well known: he escaped from Buenos Aires during the invasion, taking all the money of the city with him to prevent it from being taken (no cowardice, it's what the laws instructed in the case of a foreign attack like that), but the British intercepted him at Luján, got the money, and sent it to London, where it was paraded and kept. Buenos Aires was liberated afterwards by Santiago de Liniers, but the money was already in London. There's no mystery, much less a chance of finding it anywhere in South America.



* PerpetualPoverty: The Argento are always lacking, but they have a nice house with two stories, basement and patio, and the TV is never cut

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* PerpetualPoverty: The Argento are always lacking, but they have a nice house with two stories, basement and patio, and the TV is never cut cut.



* YouFailHistoryForever: An archeologist appears at the Argento house, declaring that the lost treasure taken by Rafael de Sobremonte during the 1806 British invasion of Buenos Aires was buried in their patio. The fuseneco tried to take it for themselves, and it was finally all a scam. However, the fate of the treasure of Sobremonte is well known: he escaped from Buenos Aires during the invasion, taking all the money of the city with him to prevent it from being taken (no cowardice, it's what the laws instructed in the case of a foreign attack like that), but the British intercepted him at Luján, got the money, and sent it to London, where it was paraded and kept. Buenos Aires was liberated afterwards by Santiago de Liniers, but the money was already in London. There's no mistery, much less a chance of finding it anywhere in South America.


'''Casados con hijos''' is the Argentine edition of the American series Series/MarriedWithChildren. It is about the misfortunes of Pepe Argento, a former player of Racing Club who now sells women shoes, he is married with Moni (who always want to have sex), and has two kids, Paola (who dates every man that walks) and Coqui (a loser even worse than him). And to complete it all, his neighbour is María Elena Fuseneco, who always try to defeat and humilliate him.

The adaption run for two seasons, and it was played by the most important comedy actors of Argentina, Guillermo Francella and Florencia Peña. The writers made an important work in removing all American stuff from the series and fill it with Argentine culture, from the names of the characters to their backgrounds and several plots. Thus, it is not seen in Argentina as the local version of a foreign series, but as a series of its own right.

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'''Casados con hijos''' is the Argentine edition version of the American series Series/MarriedWithChildren. It is about the misfortunes of Pepe Argento, a former player of Racing Club player who now sells women shoes, he is married with to Moni (who always want wants to have sex), and has they have two kids, Paola (who dates every man that walks) and Coqui (a loser even worse than him). And to complete it all, his neighbour is María Elena Fuseneco, who always try tries to defeat and humilliate him.

The adaption run ran for two seasons, and it was played by the most important comedy actors of Argentina, Guillermo Francella and Florencia Peña. The writers made an important work in removing all American stuff from the series and fill it with Argentine Argentinian culture, from the names of the characters to their backgrounds and several plots. Thus, it is not seen in Argentina as the local version of a foreign series, but as a series of on its own right.



* AllJustADream: The house of some obscure tango singer is about to be demolished, by a firm (represented by María Elena) that wants to build a shopping center in the area. Pepe jails himself to the house in protest, to prevent the demolition. During an argument with María Elena, the great Carlos Gardel himself appears to support Pepe and sing a tango toguether. It was just an hallucination caused by a gas leak, that convinced the firm to build the shopping center elsewhere.
* AllWomenAreLustful: Paola is the most decided, as she's young, pretty and without a stable boyfriend. But Moni and María Elena are not exactly prouds, either... in fact, they love to have sex with their husbands, or to see handsome males when they are not around.

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* AllJustADream: The house of some obscure tango singer is about to be demolished, by a firm (represented by María Elena) that wants to build a shopping center in the area. Pepe jails himself to the house in protest, to prevent the demolition. During an argument with María Elena, the great Carlos Gardel himself appears to support Pepe and sing a tango toguether. together. It was just an hallucination caused by a gas leak, that which convinced the firm to build the shopping center elsewhere.
* AllWomenAreLustful: Paola is the most decided, as she's young, pretty and without a stable boyfriend. But Moni and María Elena are not exactly prouds, prudes, either... in fact, they love to have sex with their husbands, or to see handsome males when they are not around.


Pepe;
- Si sos Dardo o María Elena pasá; ("If you're Dardo or Maria Elena, come in...")
- Mirá, carita de (Nombre de algún elemento circular) ("Look, you --Insert name of some circular element here-- face")
- ¡Callate, boludo!: ("Shut up, you idiot")

Moni;
- ¡Callate, Mierda! ("Shut up, you turd")
- ¡Cafecito! ("Who wants cofee?")

Paola
- ¡Fea la actitud! (ugly attitude!)

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** Pepe;
- *** Si sos son Dardo o y María Elena pasá; pasen; ("If you're Dardo or Maria Elena, come in...")
- *** Mirá, carita de (Nombre de algún elemento circular) ("Look, you --Insert name of some circular element here-- face")
- *** ¡Callate, boludo!: ("Shut up, you idiot")

Moni;
- ¡Callate,
idiot")
**Moni
***¡Callate,
Mierda! ("Shut up, you turd")
- ¡Cafecito! ***¡Cafecito! ("Who wants cofee?")

Paola
- ¡Fea
cofee?")
**Paola
***¡Fea
la actitud! (ugly attitude!)
attitude!)


* CatchPhrase: "Si son Dardo y María Elena, pasen...", "Cállense, mierdas"

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* CatchPhrase: "Si son CatchPhrase:
Pepe;
- Si sos
Dardo y o María Elena pasá; ("If you're Dardo or Maria Elena, pasen...", "Cállense, mierdas"come in...")
- Mirá, carita de (Nombre de algún elemento circular) ("Look, you --Insert name of some circular element here-- face")
- ¡Callate, boludo!: ("Shut up, you idiot")

Moni;
- ¡Callate, Mierda! ("Shut up, you turd")
- ¡Cafecito! ("Who wants cofee?")

Paola
- ¡Fea la actitud! (ugly attitude!)

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* StandardizedSitcomHousing


* HistoryMarchesOn: An archeologist appears at the Argento house, declaring that the lost treasure taken by Rafael de Sobremonte during the 1806 British invasion of Buenos Aires was buried in their patio. The fuseneco tried to take it for themselves, and it was finally all a scam. However, the fate of the treasure of Sobremonte is well known: he escaped from Buenos Aires during the invasion, taking all the money of the city with him to prevent it from being taken (no cowardice, it's what the laws instructed in the case of a foreign attack like that), but the British intercepted him at Luján, got the money, and sent it to London, where it was paraded and kept. Buenos Aires was liberated afterwards by Santiago de Liniers, but the money was already in London. There's no mistery, much less a chance of finding it anywhere in South America.




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* YouFailHistoryForever: An archeologist appears at the Argento house, declaring that the lost treasure taken by Rafael de Sobremonte during the 1806 British invasion of Buenos Aires was buried in their patio. The fuseneco tried to take it for themselves, and it was finally all a scam. However, the fate of the treasure of Sobremonte is well known: he escaped from Buenos Aires during the invasion, taking all the money of the city with him to prevent it from being taken (no cowardice, it's what the laws instructed in the case of a foreign attack like that), but the British intercepted him at Luján, got the money, and sent it to London, where it was paraded and kept. Buenos Aires was liberated afterwards by Santiago de Liniers, but the money was already in London. There's no mistery, much less a chance of finding it anywhere in South America.

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