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I never thought that a Philippine TV show (Eat Bulaga) will gamble to promote Filipino good moral values in a generation where controversial is the name of the game. Plots are recycled about the other woman, about affairs and other worldly themes. It's a breathe of fresh air watching Kalyeserye of Juan for All, All for Juan. I think it's the only series that I will let my kids watch. This trend should continue to revive the forgotten Filipino ritual of courtship (Panliligaw). A man should invest physically and emotionally to prove his worth of the love a woman.
I am calling Tape Inc. producer of Eat Bulaga to make a formal series promoting the values that we just now hear from our elders. GMA 7 should cease this opportunity too. Make something worthwhile, a show that we all Filipinos can be proud of. It's just my observation that people grew tired of these shows promoting immoral acts and now ready for some old fashion love stories of yesterdays. Make watching Television a family affair once more like during the time of "Analiza" and "Flordeluna". I lost hope of being able to watch quality shows from the leading TV networks in the Philippines a long time ago but Kalyeserye has given back that hope.
Take this chance to let the generations of today see and experience how beautiful our culture and traditions way back. There is no need for a lot of bare naked bodies, bring back the shows that made families of past generations watch together, laugh and learn together, shows like "John en Marsha". The viewers are now ready for wholesome, family-oriented shows.
Special mention to Wally Bayola (Lola Nidora). It's very apparent that her/his lines were not memorized from a script and comes out naturally. In your own way Wally, you made a lot of difference. You really have redeemed yourself of your past mistake. And to both Alden and Maine stay true to yourselves, humble and real because that's what make you "tick".
To Eat Bulaga and GMA 7 Congratulations and thank you for being the ambassadors of our forgotten great Filipino Values.