Irrepressible Mexican queen of comedy Maria Elena Velasco returns to the screen in this rollicking laugh-fest that finds her enduring character La India Maria becoming deeply embroiled in a large scale diamond heist.
Not unlike Casper the Friendly Ghost, little Spunky the Burro, is having a hard time finding a friend, so he takes a horse from a carousel and sets out to visit the fair with his synthetic, and non-responding, friend. Spunky tries hard to impress the merry-go-round horse various booths and exhibitions but the horse remains unimpressed...and mute. Spunky finally takes him back to where he got him.
Bujoy and Ned are childhood best friends. They stick with each other like a family. However, as time goes by Bujoy fell in love with Ned, who she thinks is the only person who accepts her imperfections that even her own family does not accept. Bujoy’s hobby which is clay sculpture is all dedicated for Ned. Ned, on the other hand finds inspiration in songwriting, to which he dedicates to the girl of his dreams, Marry Anne. Ned inherited his passion for music from his father Canor, who is a frustrated musician. However his mother Cora thinks that music will not help with their financial constraints. As Ned and Marry Anne became a couple, Bujoy started going out with Cenon, the newest member of Ned’s band.
Okay ka, fairy ko! is a Filipino television comedy that premiered in 1987. This was Vic Sotto's first self-produced sitcom, which was followed later by 1 For 3.