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En 2006, Telecinco, rival de Antena 3, adquirió una participación del 15% en Miramón Mendi, la empresa que produce la serie. El contrato de Miramón con Antena 3 expiró en junio de 2006 y no fue renovado, con lo que la serie llegó a su fin, ya que los contratos de los actores les vinculan a la productora y no a la cadena. Miramón Mendi creó entonces una nueva serie para Telecinco con la mayoría de los mismos actores y una ambientación similar, pero con personajes y argumento totalmente nuevos. La que se avecina se estrenó el 22 de abril de 2007. En 2021, la plataforma estadounidense Netflix anunció su incorporación a su página web[1].

La sede de Radiopatio, como llaman a su «agencia de cotilleos», es el hogar de tres ancianas apodadas las Supernenas (The Powerpuff Girls), las tres mellizas (The Triplets) y las brujas de Eastwick (The Witches of Eastwick), entre otras. Sus aficiones comunes son el cotilleo, el bingo y el robo en tiendas.

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And, as if that wasn’t enough, those who remained faithful to the original idea of Aquí no hay quien viva and switched to Telecinco to continue with La que se avecina, have good news. The long-lived series is already preparing its 13th season. The shadow of a possible end was hanging over the series when, after closing its 12th season, they had to dismantle the set because it was housed in one of the warehouses of the creators’ uncle, José Luis Moreno. Once we get over that, in the new batch we will see the neighbors of Mirador de Montepinar in a new environment, but as chaotic and hilarious as ever.

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Fernando tejero

From Ethel Beavers to Perd Hapley, NBC’s hit sitcom «Parks and Recreation» is full of characters with names and personalities that are on the other side of crazy. Creator Mike Schur has admitted his affinity for quirky names and that «Parks and Rec» probably boasted the silliest nicknames of any of his TV projects. He revealed that this comes from a place of regard for even the most minor characters and the actors who play them.

Played by comedian Paul Scheer, Keef is the energetic and enthusiastic leader of KaBOOM! charity, which spearheads a community effort in Eagleton to build a playground in a single day. Keef’s philosophy of «KaBOOMing» basically means ignoring the rules and taking matters into his own hands. This attitude inspires Leslie to hire a backhoe driver to finally fill the pit, without obtaining any of the necessary permits.

At the end of their frustrating dinner, when Leslie reveals that he has never had an MRI, he is incredulous (he hasn’t). everyone had this $2,000 medical procedure?). He «coddles» Leslie by taking her in for a scan, during which he awkwardly tells her that she has «a big oven» and could have triplets if she wanted to. Although he cancels the date (and ends up with a full MRI bill), it’s an incredible foreshadowing. Later in the series, Leslie makes him have triplets!

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During the conversation with my friend we recognized the important role of our communities. I was talking about Christian communities, but he didn’t have any. As he can, he has joined with other friends of his to form a learning community where they support each other in their life projects.    These weeks I have been very uneasy thinking that there is a great need for integral communities that can embrace the individual and the families that live in the vertigo in which we live nowadays. But at the same time it fills me with expectation to imagine what a church can be capable of where people who have the Spirit of Christ live.

In the Ecclesiology class that we are taking on Mondays, in one of the articles that we are allowed to read, John Driver says: Being a community is not optional for the church of Jesus Christ. By nature we are a community and we have communion. The question is, what kind of community will we be, will we be a limited and impoverished community or a community that fully realizes the purposes God has for it?

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