The sketch a pun on the phrase "A star is born" A little brute Angelina (Ogie Alcasid) who is so bratty and asks different orders on her nanny (Michael V.) Her orders always bring her nanny to worst.
Angelina's notable quotes are "Yaya, you're such a loser!
It is about a gay half-mermaid, half-Mulawin named Marilawin who is a son of a mermaid and a Mulawin.
He has his human form in which he has a male upper body and female lower body, thus, he was always seen dancing using his hips (due to the fact that the woman's movements were gentler and more graceful than that of a man, and that his lower body was from a woman).
Hence the slogan: Dream, Believe, Multiply which is a parody of the actual show's slogan, Dream, Believe, Survive.
The sketch only aired during the original counterpart's first season.
A spoof combination of Marinara and Mulawin, both defunct telefantasia series of GMA Network.
Starts when Diego finds his eyeball partner played by Wendell Ramos, but he spotted Valerie and hugs her, while slapping Diego while he mentions 'sinasamba kita' to Valerie while he says 'sinasampal kita' to Diego. plays the conscience of characters leading to different circumstances.
This sketch shows Michael V's ability to impersonate his fellow cast members.
Michael V plays Michael Ricketts (parody of Mike Enriquez), Ruffa Mae Quinto plays Bel Tiongco (parody of Mel Tiangco) and Ogie Alcasid as Papaya Guano (parody of Pia Guanio).
In 2006, Mike Enriquez of 24 Oras guest starred in a sketch with Ricketts & Bahay Mo Bato? A parody of a popular religious program, Ang Dating Daan, interpreting fairy tales and children's literature instead of religious scriptures. In the 2007 version, the sketch was called "Doon Dati" or "Du'n Dati", with Ara Mina as Kapatid na Rosa, Wendell Ramos as Kapatid na Mel, Ogie Alcasid as Kapatid na Toto, and Michael V as Kapatid na Auring as hosts.