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''Otro Rollo'' was a Mexican variety show that ran from 1995 to 2007. Its host was Adal Ramones.

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''Otro Rollo'' rollo'' was a Mexican variety show that ran from 1995 to 2007. Its host was Adal Ramones.


''Otro Rollo'' was a Mexican variety show that ran from 1995 to 2007. Its host was Adal Ramones. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otro_Rollo More information can be found at]] TheOtherWiki.

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''Otro Rollo'' was a Mexican variety show that ran from 1995 to 2007. Its host was Adal Ramones. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otro_Rollo More information can be found at]] TheOtherWiki.
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[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otro_Rollo More information can be found at]] [[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]].



* AlwaysChaoticEvil[=/=]EverythingTryingToKillYou: The {{Mascot}}s in the Carrera de Bortagas versus Yordi, almost to the point of a DeadlyGame PlayedForLaughs.



* EverythingTryingToKillYou: The {{Mascot}}s in the Carrera de Bortagas versus Yordi, almost to the point of a DeadlyGame PlayedForLaughs.



-->'''Adal Ramones''' (imitating Chucky's movements, as if holding [[KnifeNut a knife]]): ''TAAAXIII!''
* RunningGag: The Monologo segment's Cinco Puntos (last bit) was ''always'' preceded by Rudy's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome super awesome drum action]]. Then there are the Mercury brothers, who would interrupt the monologo whenever Adal touched his left shoulder.
* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Adal Ramones: El Show'', which began airing in 2015. Yes, it has monologos too.
* TheOtherDarrin: The show had a completely different group of backing musicians for it first couple of years which lacked Rudy. Charly Saade, the previous drummer, while nowhere as popular as his replacement, is fondly remembered for once going too long on a Cinco Puntos segment... before playing one single beat in the segment's last point.

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-->'''Adal Ramones''' (imitating Ramones:''' ''[imitating Chucky's movements, as if holding [[KnifeNut a knife]]): ''TAAAXIII!''
{{knife|Nut}}] TAAAXIII!''
* RunningGag: The Monologo segment's Cinco Puntos (last bit) was ''always'' preceded by Rudy's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic super awesome drum action]]. Then there are the Mercury brothers, who would interrupt the monologo whenever Adal touched his left shoulder.
* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Adal Ramones: El Show'', which began airing in 2015. Yes, it has monologos too.
* TheOtherDarrin: The show had a completely different group of backing musicians for it first couple of years which lacked Rudy. Charly Saade, the previous drummer, while nowhere as popular as his replacement, is fondly remembered for once going too long on a Cinco Puntos segment... before playing one single beat in the segment's last point.
too.


* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Adal Ramones: El Show'', which began airing in 2015. Yes, it has monologos too.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Adal Ramones: El Show'', which began airing in 2015. Yes, it has monologos too.too.
* TheOtherDarrin: The show had a completely different group of backing musicians for it first couple of years which lacked Rudy. Charly Saade, the previous drummer, while nowhere as popular as his replacement, is fondly remembered for once going too long on a Cinco Puntos segment... before playing one single beat in the segment's last point.


* RunningGag: The Monologo segment's Cinco Puntos (last bit) was ''always'' preceded by Rudy's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome super awesome drum action]]. Then there are the Mercury brothers, who would interrupt the monologo whenever Adal touched his left shoulder.

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* RunningGag: The Monologo segment's Cinco Puntos (last bit) was ''always'' preceded by Rudy's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome super awesome drum action]]. Then there are the Mercury brothers, who would interrupt the monologo whenever Adal touched his left shoulder.shoulder.
* SpiritualSuccessor: ''Adal Ramones: El Show'', which began airing in 2015. Yes, it has monologos too.


* RunningGag: The Monologo segment's Cinco Puntos (last bit) was ''always'' preceded by Rudy's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome super awesome drum action]]. Then there are the Mercury brothers...

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* RunningGag: The Monologo segment's Cinco Puntos (last bit) was ''always'' preceded by Rudy's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome super awesome drum action]]. Then there are the Mercury brothers...brothers, who would interrupt the monologo whenever Adal touched his left shoulder.


* Corpsing: Every single time legendary comedian Polo Polo was interviewed, one way or another Adal Ramones would end up laughing and in tears.

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* Corpsing: {{Corpsing}}: Every single time legendary comedian Polo Polo was interviewed, one way or another Adal Ramones would end up [[IThinkYouBrokeHim laughing and in tears.tears]].


* Corpsing: Every single time legendary comedian Polo Polo was interviewed, one way or another Adal Ramones would end up laughing and in tears.



* RunningGag: The Monologo segment's Cinco Puntos (last bit) was ''always'' preceded by Rudy's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome super awesome drum action]]. Then there are the Mercury brothers...

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* RunningGag: The Monologo segment's Cinco Puntos (last bit) was ''always'' preceded by Rudy's [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome super awesome drum action]]. Then there are the Mercury brothers...


* CrossesTheLineTwice
* CrowningMomentOfFunny



* MemeticMutation: Every Tuesday night, Adal Ramones would say a new thing that would fall for this trope until next Tuesday night, when it was replaced with that week's meme and so on.



* [[Main/{{Ptitlerax1116nu5ji}} What Do You Mean, It's Not For Kids?]]: Many Mexican parents had to be told it ''wasn't'' (it's more evident to [[ValuesDissonance viewers in other nations]])


And it also had several specials, such as the Carrera de Botargas (a race between {{Mascot}}s of several companies and Yordi in a bee suit) and La Pecera del Amor (a date show parody)

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And it It also had several specials, such as the Carrera de Botargas (a race between {{Mascot}}s of several companies and Yordi in a bee suit) and La Pecera del Amor (a date show parody)
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Mexican people remembers it fondly. But mostly those who were teenagers during its run, thanks to how prone it was to MemeticMutation.



* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: Many Mexican parents had to be told it ''wasn't'' (it's more evident to [[ValuesDissonance viewers in other nations]])

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: [[Main/{{Ptitlerax1116nu5ji}} What Do You Mean, It's Not For Kids?]]: Many Mexican parents had to be told it ''wasn't'' (it's more evident to [[ValuesDissonance viewers in other nations]])

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* WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: Many Mexican parents had to be told it ''wasn't'' (it's more evident to [[ValuesDissonance viewers in other nations]])

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