Goin' Bulilit

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Goin Bulilit
GoinbulilitLogo.JPG
Format Sketch comedy
Created by ABS-CBN
Written by Victor Anastacio
Sherwin Buenavenida
Alex Calleja
Josel Garlitos
GB Labrador
Badjie Mortiz
Toffie Runas
Directed by Edgar Mortiz
Badjie Mortiz
Frasco Mortiz
Starring See Casts
Opening theme "Goin' Bulilit" theme song
Country of origin Philippines
No. of episodes 487 (as of July 6, 2014)
Production
Executive producer(s) Geraldine B. Bagnes
Nomie Meraña
Editor(s) Joseph Karl Mayshle
Running time 45 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel ABS-CBN
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Original run February 5, 2005 (2005-02-05)[1] – present
External links
Website

Goin' Bulilit (lit. Goin' Kids) is a sketch comedy show broadcast on and created by ABS-CBN in the Philippines.[2] It is a gag show featuring children in various comedic situations.[3]

The show's aim is to provide laughter towards the audience by showcasing gags, sketches, and segments. The cast is composed of child actors, excluding Dagul, who portrays different roles ranging from young to old characters every week to bring entertainment.[1]

At the end of 2005, Goin Bulilit immediately received an award from the PMPC Star Awards for TV for "Best Gag Show", tied with Bubble Gang.[4] Soon after, the show received multiple awards and nominations among variety of award-giving bodies such as the KBP Golden Dove Awards and the Gawad TANGLAW. In addition, not only is the show being recognized, but also to the casts. In fact, the PMPC Star Awards for TV had nominated Sharlene San Pedro for "Best Comedy Actress" two times consecutively, as well as single nominations for Harvey Bautista, Aaliyah Belmoro, and Ashley Sarmiento for "Best New Male/Female TV Personality" category.

Overview[edit]

The weekly show provides different segments such as "Palarong Pambata" (Kiddie games), "Use in a Sentence" and "Sino Daw" (one liner jokes), as well as parodies of some top-rating shows including Rated KKK (Rated K), The Buzz, and Lovers in Pares (Lovers in Paris).[4][5]

Production and crew[edit]

The show was created by Edgar Mortiz, who co-directed with his son, Frasco Mortiz. The show is a spin-off of 80's comedy sitcom Goin' Bananas starring Christopher de Leon, Edgar Mortiz, Jay Ilagan, and Johnny Delgado.[5] Roderick Victoria served as the Creative Manager. The creative/writing team was led by headwriter Sherwin Buenvenida and included writers Rolf Mahilom, Josel Garlitos, Toffie Runas, Yani Yuzon and Badjie Mortiz.[4]

Cast and characters[edit]

Bugoy Carino, sixth batch addition.
Izzy Canillo, eighth batch addition.
Harvey Bautista, tenth batch addition.
Lance Lucido, eleventh batch addition.

The following are the main casts of Goin' Bulilit according to their batches:[6]

Remaining first batch (Original cast)
  • Dagul – Dagul is the oldest and the only adult among the group. In addition, he is the only person who will not be leaving or "graduating" in the show.[7]
Remaining fifth batch
Sixth batch
Eight batch: February 17, 2013[8]
Ninth batch
  • Bea Basa
Tenth batch
Eleventh batch
Twelfth batch
  • Raikko Mateo
  • Princess Ortiz
Thirteenth batch
  • John Steven de Guzman
  • Margarette Mitch Naco

Previous cast[edit]

Besides Dagul, the casting of the show is dedicated exclusively to the kids. In particular, it enforces an age limit of twelve to thirteen years of age. Casts who have grown up and go beyond the certain age will leave the show and "graduate". Before leaving, the soon-to-be graduates will have their one last episode dedicated to them as a farewell gift. Present casts will sing song/s while a video showing their scenes in the show is being shown. The alumni of the show will be present as well as the graduates will bid their goodbyes.[9]

The "Graduates"[edit]

Kathryn Bernardo, fifth batch graduate.
Jane Oineza, fifth batch graduate.
Sharlene San Pedro, seventh batch graduate.
Nash Aguas, seventh batch graduate.

The following are list of the alumni of the show in batches:

First batch: 2005
Second batch: 2006
Third batch: June 17, 2007
  • Kiray Celis - Celis' character is mostly portraying people who are being bullied.
  • Katrina "Hopia" Legaspi - Legaspi's character is mostly portraying older people, usually a mother. She is usually paired with Alfred Labastos. In addition, she is known for her impersonation of the Kris Aquino together with EJ Jallorina as Boy Abunda, for their spoof of ABS-CBN's talk show The Buzz. She also stars in Flor de Luha as Wilma, a parody of ABS-CBN series Maria Flordeluna.
  • Eliza Pineda – Pineda is usually paired with John Manalo as teen lovers. She is seen portraying Doña Aguida in Flor de Luha (Maria Flordeluna) and Emily Sta. Maria in Sana Bulilit Muli (Sana Maulit Muli).
  • Kristel Fulgar – She is seen portraying main roles as Flor de Luha and Ysabellat in the parodies Flor de Luha (Maria Flordeluna) and Ysabellat (Ysabella) respectively.
Fourth batch: early 2008
  • Julia Montes – Montes is known for portraying teen roles (and older roles later on), usually paired with John Manalo or CJ Navato.
  • John Manalo – Manalo usually portray teen roles (and older roles later on) in the series. He is paired mostly with Eliza Pineda, Kathryn Bernardo, Jane Oineza and Julia Montes. In addition, he is known for "Martin" in Lovers in Pares, a parody of Koreanovela Lovers in Paris, as well as Hua Ze Lei in Meet Your Garden (Meteor Garden), Marco in Princess Lululu (Princess Lulu), Romeo Bato in Sana Bulilit Muli (Sana Maulit Muli), Gabriel "Eli " Hidalgo Roxas in Maging Tsino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik-Bayan (Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik).
Fifth batch: October 19, 2008
  • Kathryn Bernardo - Bernardo joins the cast in the middle of the series. She is known for portraying teen roles (and older roles later on), usually being paired with John Manalo.
  • CJ Navato - Navato usually portrays teen roles (and older roles later on), usually paired with Mikylla Ramirez, Jane Oineza, or Julia Montes. In addition, he is part of the parodies Meet Your Garden (Meteor Garden) as Dao Ming Zi, and Maging Tsino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik-Bayan (Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik) as Jaime "JB" Roxas-Berenguer.
  • Steven Christian Fermo - Ferno is known for "Stephen" in Princess Lululu, a parody of Koreanovela Princess Lulu, as well as Mei Zhuo in Meet Your Garden (Meteor Garden), Chuchi in Calla Chuchi (Calla Lily), Quartz in Pangarap na Bitin (Pangarap na Bituin and Fidel Madrigal in Maging Tsino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik-Bayan (Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik).
  • Jane Oineza - Oineza usually portray teen roles (and older roles later on) in the series, being paired usually with CJ Navato or John Manalo.
  • Mikylla Ramirez - Ramirez' characters in the show are usually teen or older roles, mostly being paired with CJ Navato.
Sixth batch: October 2009
  • Nikki Bagaporo – Bagaporo is known for "Vivian" in Lovers in Pares, a parody of Koreanovela Lovers in Paris, together with Carl Barrameda and John Manalo. Other parodies that she portrays are Lululu in Princess Lululu (Princess Lulu and Ginulungan Palad (Gulong ng Palad).
  • Yong An Chiu - Chiu is known for his roles Xi Men in Meet Your Garden (Meteor Garden) and Brandon Johnson in Sana Bulilit Muli (Sana Maulit Muli).
  • Igi Boy Flores – Flores usually portrays roles for either the bully or the bullied. He also known for portraying Veronica "Veron" Rubio in Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik parody, Maging Tsino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik-Bayan.
  • Miles Ocampo – Ocampo is known for portraying teen roles with Igi Boy Flores, as well as characters in the parodies Sana Bulilit Muli (Sana Maulit Muli) and Maging Tsino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik-Bayan (Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang Pagbabalik).
Seventh batch: September 18, 2011[10]
  • Sharlene San Pedro – San Pedro is mostly known for portraying "Korina K. Kanchez" in Rated KKK, a spoof of Korina Sanchez's Rated K. She had been portraying characters of young until older people over the years, mostly paired with Nash Aguas, and usually paired with Kobi Vidanes and Aaron Junatas. In addition, she is the main character in the show's fifth anniversary special "Goin' Bulilit Presents: Prom the Bottom of my Heart" alongside Nash Aguas in 2010.
  • Nash Aguas – Aguas had been portraying characters of young until older people over the years, mostly paired with Sharlene San Pedro, and sometimes paired with Alexa Ilacad and Mika dela Cruz. He also stars in parodies Agent X Pulpol as Komrad, Ysabellat as Rosario, and Margarina as Margarina. In addition, he is the main character in the show's fifth anniversary special "Goin' Bulilit Presents: Prom the Bottom of my Heart" alongside Sharlene San Pedro in 2010.
  • Mika dela Cruz- dela Cruz is known for portraying teen to older characters, and is usually paired with Nash Aguas.
  • Aaliyah Benisano - Benisano's characters are usually one of the "mean girls".
  • Noemi Oineza - Oineza's characters are usually portraying mean characters.
Eighth batch: February 24, 2013[11]
  • Kobi Vidanes – Vidanes is usually paired with Sharlene San Pedro for teen or older roles.
  • Aaron Junatas – Junatas is known for portraying young, teen and older characters, and is usually paired with Sharlene San Pedro. He also stars in the parody of Passion de Amor as Franco.
  • Joseph Andre Garcia - Garcia is usually doing younger roles.
  • Alexa Ilacad - Ilacad is usually paired with Nash Aguas for teen roles.
  • Angel Sy - Sy's characters are usually younger ones or older ones.
Ninth batch: 2014
  • Barbie Sabino -
  • Angelo Garcia -

Other previous cast members[edit]

The following are the previous cast members who left the show before they graduated, or they simply did not graduate:

Guests[edit]

Guest Bulilits

The following are kids or "bulilits" who have had guest appearance/s in the show:

Other guests

The following is the incomplete list of adults who have had guest appearance/s in the show:

Korina K. Kanchez's Rated KKK segment[12]


Merchandise[edit]

DVD[edit]

The Best Of Goin' Bulilit
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The Best Of Goin' Bulilit DVD cover
Production
  company
Star Home Video
Release date(s) 2007
Running time 120 minutes
Country Philippines
Language Tagalog, English

The Best of Goin' Bulilit, which is released on December 27, 2007, features the best of the first 100 episodes of Goin' Bulilit. The DVD includes the series' best segments, spoofs, gags, and sketches such as "Rekolilit", "Noon at Ngayon", "Hinulugang Taktak", "Mahal Mo Ba Ako?", "Lovers In Pares", "Rated KKK", "Ginulungang Palad", and "GB Patrol". It also includes a bonus feature for bloopers.[12] Special features include the "Best Funny Faces" compilation and interviews of the kids.

The show also features videos of kids who auditioned for the show. Makisig Morales was included in the Batch 3 of the people who auditioned, but did not get in.

Cast

Basically, the cast includes the first batch of Goin' Bulilit.

  • Sharlene San Pedro
  • Yong An Chiu
  • Jane Oineza
  • Mikylla Ramirez
  • Alfred Labatos
  • CJ Navato
  • Carl Barrameda
  • Steven Fermo
  • Kristel Fulgar
  • Miles Ocampo
  • John Manalo
  • Eliza Pineda
  • Nash Aguas
  • Julia "Mara" Montes
  • Kiray Celis
  • EJ Jallorina
  • Nikki Bagaporo
  • Katrina "Hopia" Legaspi
  • Angel Sy
  • Basty Alcanes
  • Igi Boy Flores
  • Kobi Vidanes
  • Dagul
  • Kathryn Bernardo
  • Aaron Junatas
  • Joshya Tecson
DVD cover

The following are the cast who are featured on the DVD cover, but not in the video. They are the new kids:

  • Aaliyah Benisano
  • Ella Cruz
  • Mika dela Cruz
  • Eunice Lagusad
  • Julijo Pisk
  • Angelique Velez
  • JJ Zamora
Presenters

The following individuals and groups, listed in order of appearance, presented or introduced the segments:

  • Igiboy Flores - Opening remarks; introduced "Use It", "Old Joke", and "Noon at Ngayon" segments
  • John Manalo - "Hinulugang Taktak" sketch, silent comic sketch (based on Charlie Chaplin's)
  • Sharlene San Pedro - presented her own segment, "Korina K. Kanchez's Rated KKK" (based on Korina Sanchez's Rated K), "GB Patrol" (based on TV Patrol).
  • Nikki Bagaporo - presented "Lovers in Pares" (based on Lovers in Paris), "Ginulungang Palad" (based on "Gulong ng Palad")
  • Sharlene San Pedro and Igiboy Flores - introduced a collection of Bulilit's face reactions after throwing a joke, compilation of "Bloopers"

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award-Giving Body Category Result
2005 PMPC Star Awards for TV 2005 Winners [4] Best Gag Show (tied with Bubble Gang) Won
2006 12th KBP Golden Dove Awards[4] Best Comedy Program Won
2007 29th Catholic Mass Media Awards[13] Best Comedy Show Won
21st PMPC Star Awards for TV[14] Best Gag Show Nominated
2008 6th Gawad TANGLAW (Gawad Tagapuring mga Akademisyan ng Aninong Gumagalaw)[15] Best Comedy Program Won
22nd PMPC Star Awards for TV[16][17] Best Gag Show Won
Best Comedy Actress (Sharlene San Pedro) Nominated
2009 7th Gawad TANGLAW (Gawad Tagapuring mga Akademisyan ng Aninong Gumagalaw)[18] Best Comedy Program Won
23rd PMPC Star Awards for TV[19] Best Gag Show Nominated
Best Comedy Actress (Sharlene San Pedro) Nominated
2010 8th Gawad TANGLAW (Gawad Tagapuring mga Akademisyan ng Aninong Gumagalaw)[20] Best Comedy/Gag Show (tied with Banana Split) Won
2011 25th PMPC Star Awards for TV[21] Best Gag Show Nominated
2012 26th PMPC Star Awards for TV[22] Best Gag Show Nominated
Best New Male TV Personality (Harvey Bautista) Nominated
2013 27th PMPC Star Awards for TV[23] Best Gag Show Nominated
Best New Female TV Personality (Aaliyah Belmoro) Nominated
Best New Female TV Personality (Ashley Sarmiento) Nominated
2014 22nd KBP Golden Dove Awards[24] Best TV Comedy Program Won

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Goin' Bulilit About". ABS-CBN. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  2. ^ "Goin' Bulilit official website". ABS-CBN. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  3. ^ "IMDB - Goin' Bulilit". 
  4. ^ a b c d e "Facebook - Goin' Bulilit". 
  5. ^ a b "Goin Bulilit about". Goin Bulilit. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  6. ^ "Goin' Bulilit Casts". Goin' Bulilit. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  7. ^ "Dagul Will Be The Only Cast Member Of 'Goin Bulilit' Who'Ll Never Graduate From The Show". Showbiz Portal. Retrieved 2014-06-01.
  8. ^ "Goin' Bulilit's new cast". 
  9. ^ "5 'Goin' Bulilit' kids graduate with tears". ABS-CBN News. Retrieved 2014-06-01.
  10. ^ "Goin' Bulilit: Nash Aguas, Sharlene San Pedro among 2011 graduates". Sharlene San Pedro official website. Retrieved 2014-04-26.
  11. ^ "Goin’ Bulilit graduates". Philstar. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  12. ^ a b The Best of Goin' Bulilit. Dir. Edgar Mortiz. Perf. Dagul, Nash Aguas, Sharlene San Pedro, Kiray, Basty Alcances, Nikki Bagaporo, Aaron Junatas, Miles Ocampo, Igi Boy Flores, John Manalo, CJ Navato, et.al. 2007. DVD.
  13. ^ "Catholic Mass Media Awards bares list of winners for 2007". Pep.ph. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  14. ^ "PMPC bares nominees in the 21st Star Awards for Television". Pep.ph. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  15. ^ "ABS-CBN named Best Station by Gawad TANGLAW". Pep.ph. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  16. ^ "ABS-CBN dominates 22nd Star Awards for Television". ABS-CBN. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  17. ^ "PMPC bares nominees for "22nd Star Awards for Television"". Pep.ph. Retrieved 2014-04-27.
  18. ^ "PEP: 7th Gawad TANGLAW honor list revealed". GMA Network. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  19. ^ "23rd Star Awards for Television nominees bared". Pep.ph. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  20. ^ "Winners of 8th Gawad Tanglaw revealed". Pep.ph. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  21. ^ "25th Star Awards for TV nominees bared". Pep.ph. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  22. ^ "PMPC bares nominees for 26th Star Awards for TV". Pep.ph. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  23. ^ "ABS-CBN dominates nominations for 27th Star Awards for Television". Pep.ph. Retrieved 2014-06-02.
  24. ^ "ABS-CBN wins big at KBP Golden Dove Awards". ABS-CBN. Retrieved 2014-06-02.

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