After over a decade on air, Goin’ Bulilit presented countless segments to entertain Kapamilya viewers. From original skits to teleserye spoofs to celebrity impersonations, every episode spread happiness. Watch the most hilarious segments from Goin’ Bulilit over the years!
“Bow” featured verses about anything and everything under the sun. For instance, it once featured a riddle about things relating to a beach, which was narrated by the young Sharlene San Pedro. In another edition of this segment, Raikko Mateo also delivered his piece entitled "Dalagang Filipina." JJ Quilantang also talked about love for the country in his piece entitled "Ang Hindi Magmahal."
“Hitback” is dedicated to the music videos that Bulilits recreated. One memorable example was the music video of “Time In” which was an original single by Yeng Constantino and sung by a young Kathryn Bernardo. Another one featured Goin' Bulilit alumna Mika Dela Cruz as she recreated Toni Gonzaga’s “Catch Me I’m Falling” with “Tapsi I'm Falling.”
“Nagbabalibagang Balita” is the news segment that highlights the funniest current events. One of the unforgettable portrayals of the bulilits as news reporters was that of Yong An Chiu when he delivered a report about traffic violators who are willing to become eye donors.
“Mutyaya ng Masa” is the segment hosted by Doors Bigornia who helps fulfill the dreams of viewers. The most unforgettable episode of this segment was probably when John Lloyd Cruz guested on the kiddie gag show. The actor gamely joined Aaliyah Belmoro in the popular segment in which Kiray Celis acted as Doors Bigornia.
“Rated KKK” is the talk show of Korina K. Kanchez. One memorable episode was when the little Sharlene San Pedro made us laugh when she did a parody of the magazine show Rated K and portrayed the veteran broadcast journalist Korina Sanchez where she had the chance to guest in her show the infamous Judas Iscariot.
“Sinetch Itey” is a talk show where the Bulilits use gay lingo to share blind items. It already had several editions including the special edition where the bulilit hosts shared the blind items for Goin' Bulilit graduates. Another hilarious episode was when hosts Strawberry (Vito Quizon), Peach (JJ Quilantang), and Duhat (Raikko Mateo) give blind items about famous personalities in the segment.
“Endo” is a skit about the relatable experiences of your average working class Filipinos. The GB kids once performed an amusing skit about a security guard equipped with a defective metal scanner. Another one that gave the audience good vibes was when a bagboy had a seemingly never-ending paper bag.
“Ang Meaning Mo” is all about learning how to translate English words to Tagalog. Carlo Mendoza and Jordan Lim were the stars of this segment featuring zany “translations.” Jordan would say English terms and Carlo would give their silly, incorrect meaning in Tagalog.
“Experi-Men” is an educational segment that aims to teach basic science. In one episode, the young scientists of Experi-men asked 10 people what kind of waste is a plastic bag. In one of their Christmas editions, the kids went caroling as they tried to determine which among "Jingle Bells," "Joy to the World," or "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" would attract the most givers.
“Huli Kaw” targets random people for a hilarious prank. One of the funniest episodes was when the crew pulled a prank on some passersby inside the ABS-CBN compound. Another humorous episode in this segment was when Raikko Mateo did a scare prank on ABS-CBN employees again with the help of his friend, Valak.
“Ano Daw?” is one of the oldest and most popular segments of Goin’ Bulilit. A bulilit asks witty and at the same time funny questions to other bulilits. One hilarious episode was when the kids threw laughable puns about “toda.” Another one was when Goin' Bulilit kids dished out jokes about ghosts.
Relive these fun, rib-tickling segments on Goin’ Bulilit by watching this video.