Friday, June 17, 2011

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Why I love the Pepsi Pinas ad

The first time I saw this ad, I almost bust my sides laughing. I love it so much for its cheesiness. So why am I posting it here, in the Pinoy drama blog?

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Amaya - Ep. 14

Last episode, Bagani and Amaya meet again; he learns she's a slave and she learns he's the son of the man who killed her father. Marikit comes to gloat over Amaya's situation, and the two get into a catfight.

Amaya - Ep. 13

Dear Marian Rivera, although Pinoy dramas usually do not make me cry, you have succeeded in bringing tears to my eyes this episode. I don't really see myself as a fan of yours, but-- you go, girl! You have finally succeeded in making me interested in Amaya as a character and getting me invested in wanting to know how she grows.

Last episode, after killing Datu Bugna, Rajah Mangubat brought Amaya and Marikit to his village, but not Binayaan, who was taken away by Dal'lang believing she was Amaya. Lamitan then asked the rajah for the right of ownership over Amaya as a slave, and she and Mantal stripped the girl in public.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Amaya - Ep. 12

Last episode, Rajah Mangubat, spurred by Dian Lamitan's treachery, slew Datu Bugna; Mangubat's wife Rahu Lingayan [so it's Lingayan, not Linangan], however, totally PWNS Lamitan because she thinks there's something fishy about the matter. Amaya vows to seek justice for her father's death.

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Amaya - Ep. 11

Last episode, the snake came to Amaya to warn her of danger. Lamitan had gone to Mangubat to spin lies about her husband, and the rajah had set sail with his warriors for Datu Bugna's tribe.

Monday, June 13, 2011

Glossary - Terms used in Amaya

Thank you to rajah_mangubat and all the Amaya fans at the Pinoy Exchange thread "GMA-7's 'AMAYA' - ang EPIKSERYE Gawang Pilipino para sa Pilipino" for compiling this glossary of terms. Credit of course goes to Suzette Doctolero, writer of Amaya, and GMA-7.