Angelina's notable quotes are "Yaya, you're such a loser!
", "Big Deal" and "Whatever" in which she has her own finger gestures (that is, the L; Y, which resembles peace sign; and W finger gestures, which mean Loser, Yaya, and Whatever, respectively).
as Daniel, Mella's new love interest who is later revealed to be a married womanizer. A three-part sketch which involves a man portrayed by Michael V.
who easily gets upset to people who treat him as a gay.
She has two white crystal balls, instead of one, in front of her, and only stops making hand movements (like that of a real crystal ball) if "she" sees the viewer "face-to-face". The sketch features different videos uploaded by certain people, all wearing tube-tops.
Regularly, five videos play: (1) Francine Prieto and Maureen Larrazabal play two large-chested women who flaunt their beauty, hyping themselves as perfect and unattainable; (2) Wendell Ramos and Antonio Aquitania give political commentary in tube-tops where they raise or lower their tops accordingly if they say "upload" or "download"; (3) Ogie Alcasid plays "Jun Tukmol", a political activist; (4) Diana Zubiri and Michael V give various commentary, but as a couple with a dishevelled appearance; and (5) Francine and Maureen continue their self-beauty-flaunting.
There is a running gag that Kapatid na Auring answers "wala" every time she is asked by Kapatid na Toto if there are any additional comments to the topic being discussed.
For 2011 onwards, the sketch has been renamed "Ang Bagong Dating Doon" (later "Ang Bagong Dating Doon International", focusing on questions or opinions from the other Bubble Gang cast members (and later "foreign" guests) and through social media sites, answering them by the hosts through song lyrics, meanwhile being interpreted by Brod Pete in a more humorous way.
Angelina's character was inspired from Angelica Pickles of the Nickelodeon TV series Rugrats, while the Yaya was inspired from The Nanny.This sketch shows Michael V's ability to impersonate his fellow cast members.So far, Antonio Aquitania, Diego Llorico, Mykah, Ruffa Mae Quinto, Keempee De Leon and Ogie Alcasid have been parodied in this sketch.Running gag: At the end of each episode, they, along with their rich friends protest by saying "Let's make baka, don't be takot" which is a rich version as well as the parody of the protest cry Makibaka, huwag matakot!
A parody of Sine Novela Presents Sinasamba Kita previously aired on GMA Network.One of its logo in 2003 has the similar design to Frontpage since it was in use from 20.