Ober Da Bakod

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Ober Da Bakod
Format Situational comedy
Created by Viva Television
Developed by GMA Network
Starring Janno Gibbs
Leo Martinez
Anjo Yllana
Donita Rose
Gelli de Belen
Donna Cruz
Malou de Guzman
Country of origin Philippines
Production
Running time 1 hour
Broadcast
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original run September 14, 1992 (1992-09-14) – May 30, 1997 (1997-05-30)
Ober Da Bakod:The Movie
Produced by Executive Producer:
Vic del Rosario
Starring Janno Gibbs
Anjo Yllana
Leo Martinez
Gelli de Belen
Donita Rose
Malou de Guzman
Anjanette Abayari
Michelle Aldana
Donna Cruz
Angelu de Leon
Distributed by Viva Films
GMA Network
Release date(s) 1994
Country Philippines
Language Filipino
Tagalog

Ober Da Bakod (in Tagalog, ober da is a phonetic spelling of "over the" and bakod means "fence", hence the title means "over the fence") was a Philippine sitcom produced by Viva Television and co-produced and broadcast by GMA Network from 1992–1997.

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The brothers Mokong and Bubuli (sons of Lucring Dayukdok) have feelings for the rich sisters Honey Grace and Barbie Doll (daughters of Don Robert Dinero), Mokong for Honey Grace and Bubuli for Barbie Doll. Don Robert doesn’t like the brothers because they are poor. So that they can be free to court Honey Grace and Barbie Doll, Mokong and Bubuli climb over the fence.

Don Robert always makes plans to prevent Mokong and Bubuli to get close to his daughters. Nonetheless, he fails due to the intervention of his mortal enemy and former girlfriend, Aling Lucring who happens to be Mokong and Bubuli's overprotective mother. As a result, total mayhem ensues between the two families.

A running gag of the series is that in the end of every episode, two policemen, Officers Tedera and Officer Ginto, arrest Don Robert based on whatever schemes he had concocted. As Don Robert tries to explain his way out of this arrest, the police officers always tell him, "Sa presinto ka na lang magpaliwanag." ("Explain everything at the precinct.") Those words have now become a semi-common Filipino catchphrase.

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