Lokomoko

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Lokomoko U
Written byJennifer Academia
Arthur Archacoso
Christopher Borja
Raymund Roland Navarro
Jovany Ponce
Rodel Raval
Dan Salamante
Directed byAl Tantay
StarringSee Lokomoko U casts
Opening theme"Lokomoko U" by Blanktape
Composer(s)Arlen "Blanktape" Mandangan
Country of originPhilippines
No. of episodes250
Production
Executive producer(s)Toni Rose delos Santos
Editor(s)Pablo Garcia
Arvin Dela Rosa
Julius Tan
Running time1 hour
1 hour and 30 minutes
Release
Original networkTV5
Picture format480i SDTV
Original releaseAugust 15, 2008 (2008-08-15) –
September 1, 2013 (2013-09-01)
Chronology
Preceded byGame 'N Go
External links
Website

Lokomoko (Lokomoko is Filipino for Niloloko mo ako, English for "You're Kidding Me!") is a sketch-comedy show produced by ABC Development Corporation and is airing every Sunday 11:30 am to 1:00 pm (PST) on TV5. It is previously titled as Lokomoko and Lokomoko High. Lokomoko U.

Brief history[edit]

The show was one of TV5's first shows, launched during mid-August 2008. Its original format was inspired by Wow Mali yet it was also a semi-gag show until on February 2009, it was adapted into a full-time gag show format airing on Friday evenings. After a year and two months, it moved to Wednesdays In 2010 with its most current format move to Thursdays on In 2010 and eventually are back to Fridays In 2010. In 2011, the show returns to its original format, Lokomoko. In 2011, it was moved to Sunday, 11:30 am. In 2012 the show returns Lokomoko U as revival, In July 2012, it was moved to Saturday, 2:30 pm. In 2013 it was back on Sunday in a new timeslot with one and a half hour show from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm.

Cancellation[edit]

Lokomoko U aired on its last episode on September 1, 2013 due to its low ratings. On September 14, 2013, a newest gag show was launched as "Tropa Moko Unli" replacing Lokomoko U, a combination of a former gag shows Tropang Trumpo and Lokomoko U, the casts are now joined forces to have a newest Gag Show on TV5, and the show was also as a part of Weekend Do It Better on TV5.

Cast[edit]

As Lokomoko[edit]

As Lokomoko High[edit]

As Lokomoko U[edit]

As Lokomoko (revival)[edit]

As Lokomoko U (revival)[edit]

Segments[edit]

As Lokomoko High[edit]

As Lokomoko U[edit]

  • 1D La Cruz - a parody of Juan dela Cruz (1D is the nickname for British boy band One Direction)
  • Awkward Momments
  • Appliance Whisperer
  • Babaeng Kutonglupa - a parody of Babaeng Hampaslupa
  • Bahaw: Ikalawang Hain - a parody of Valiente and second incarnation of Bahaw: Ang Kaning Lamig on Tropang Trumpo
  • Battle Of The Brainless - a revival from Tropang Trumpo's segment and parody of the famous gag show Battle of the Brains.
  • Case to Case - a parody of Face to Face
  • Dude The Moves
  • EsteRomantiko
  • Hellfire - parody of short running cooking show Quickfire
  • Ina, Kapatid, Anak, Apo - a parody of Ina, Kapatid, Anak)
  • Jejemon KoW3Ez B33!
  • La Bas - a parody of The Buzz
  • LBM: Loko Bidyo Moko (music video parodies)
  • Lokomentado - a parody of Dokumentado
  • Pinoy Brainless - a parody of Eat Bulaga!'s segment Pinoy Henyo
  • Please Be Careful - a parody of Be Careful With My Heart
  • Que Horror Family
  • S.O.S: Sounds of Silence- Sound effects starring Maui Manalo and Miko Aguilar
  • Star Factory - a parody of Star Factor
  • Talentadong Family - a parody of Talentadong Pinoy
  • Tanong Ko Lang, Kulang...
  • T3: Pa-Load - a parody of T3: Reload
  • WWEeew - a parody of WWE
  • Whose Line is it Anyhow? - a parody of a popular U.S. game show Whose Line is it Anyway?
  • "The Joke of the Philippines" - a parody of an ABS-CBN Talent Show of The Voice of the Philippines. The judges are Tuesday Vargas as Parody of Lea Salonga and Long Mejia as Parody of Apl.de.ap.
  • several commercial parodies

Awards[edit]

  • Winner, Best Comedy Program - 19th KBP Golden Dove Awards
  • Nominated, Best Comedy Gag Show - PMPC Star Awards For TV
    • Lokomoko High (2009)
    • Lokomoko U (2010 & 2012)
    • Lokomoko (2011)

See also[edit]

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