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Faux-Bama Hits South Floridanew

Gerardo Puisseaux warmly greets a visitor in the reception area at the studios of Spanish-language TV channel América TeVé. He is between takes of a sketch show, so he's in costume: a dark suit and a big mole plastered next to his left nostril. Sure there are a few imperfections but they do little to diminish that first impression: He doesn't just look like him; they share the same damn face.
Miami New Times  |  Gus Garcia-Roberts  |  11-03-2008  |  Politics

Spanish-Language TV: Perverse and Profoundnew

La Cosa Nostra claims a half-million mostly young and middle-age viewers. It can be incomprehensible, reprehensible, raunchy, wacky, and, at times, insightful. There are sketches about old folks having sex, racial jokes, glimpses of bestiality, digs at religion, and -- let's not forget -- a stripper and a pole.
Miami New Times  |  Janine Zeitlin  |  06-02-2008  |  TV

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