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Big step backward

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ALVAREZ. Deserves nothing but the best

Mikka Garcia, televiewer: “NUT’s Inquirer article about Eat Bulaga’s ‘Suffer Sireyna’ portion expresses what I also felt about the show’s lack of respect and blatant ridicule of gays. It is a big step backward in promoting acceptance of gays in our society!”

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Welcome exception to the rule

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PARAS. Charming, never obnoxious.

Mon Sonjaco, student: “While most openly gay actors on TV play it loud and overly physical to the point of being obnoxious, Joey Paras is a welcome exception to the rule. He is charming and lovable, even in scenes where he’s supposed to be the ‘villain.’”

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Distracting segment

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Nora Aunor.

Luz Lingcong, televiewer: “I think the part where Alex Gonzaga makes some small talk with child contestants on ‘The Voice Kids’ is irrelevant and distracting. What is the purpose of that segment? If it aims to put the child at ease, it is a dismal flop, because Alex is a poor host and motivator.”

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‘Ryzza’ show’s novelty wanes

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DIZON. Is her show becoming predictable? PHOTO from Facebook Account

Julia Catalan, housewife: “I used to watch ‘The Ryzza Mae Show’ regularly. Lately, however, Aling Maliit’s novelty seems to have overstayed its welcome. Her opening spiels and questions to her guests have become predictable and boring. The people behind the show should think of ways to make it more exciting.”

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Nora’s body of work speaks for itself

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RAMIREZ. Breath of fresh air.

Ellen Alejano, business analyst: “That the exclusion of Nora Aunor from the new batch of National Artists has elicited a huge outcry is a testament to the belief of many that she more than deserves the highest artistic honor, despite the morality issues being thrown at her. Her body of work as an actress speaks for itself.

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