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The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia

This article is about the Indonesian version of the Philippine television series on ANTV. For the original series, see Eat Bulaga! For the Indonesian franchise of the show on SCTV, see Eat Bulaga! Indonesia.

The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia was a variety and game show In Indonesia produced by Television and Production Exponents (TAPE) Inc., and last aired by antv Network. It was based on the Philippines' longest-running noon-time variety show, Eat Bulaga!, which made it the first Philippine TV show to be franchised in another country. Its first incarnation, Eat Bulaga! Indonesia, premiered on July 16, 2012 and ended on April 3, 2014, which aired on its original network SCTV. The show returned on its second network, antv from November 17, 2014 to August 8, 2016 with a mix of original and new hosts.[1]

History[edit]

The show returned as The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia on antv, airing its pilot on November 17, 2014. This version is nothing like the previous version. While Uya Kuya, Astrid Kuya, Farid Aja and Reza Bukan retained their roles as main hosts, the show debuted with a complete new set of hosts (many of them being Indian actors with shows aired by ANTV) as well as a new layout. Due to the strong presence of Indians and Indian Indonesians with ANTV, this version of the show adopted much Indian as well as Indo-Islamic influence. The show also became more drastically differentiated from the original Filipino program.[2]

The new version also featured a new opening theme song and performance, though its tune was still based on the original and resembles an older version of the Philippine opening song. Viewers were greeted with "Inilah, The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia", meaning "this is The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia" in English. The theme was once-more given a minor change, a faster and moren dance-like mix in February 2016.

Many of the game segments also debuted with new names, since many of their original Philippine counterparts were discontinued. The show also debuted new game segments in addition to the many changes, hence the adding of "The New" to the show's name to emphasize the large changes.

Viewers also get to watch replays of entire episodes on ANTV's YouTube channel, which also has replays of its other television shows. A unique twist to this version was its celebration of Islamic holidays and feasts, hosting "Ramadan" editions on the Islamic holy month of the same name.

The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia celebrated its first anniversary with ANTV on November 20, 2015 and was sponsored by Malkist Roma, a popular local crackers brand. The show featured an Indian-influenced celebration, since it featured guest appearances by Indian actresses Paridhi Sharma and Lavina Tandon who have a large fan base in Indonesia.

The show ended on June 30, 2016.

Schedule[edit]

The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia returned to the airwaves in its second incarnation, this time on a new network, antv, its pilot episode airing on November 17, 2014. The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia currently airs from 8:00 am to 10:00 am (WIB) (9:00 am to 11:00 am (Philippine Time)). The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia features a new set of hosts. The names of the segments of the show also changed to new names.

They aired their last episode on June 30, 2016 during Ramadan, with one last encore episode airing on August 8, 2016.[3]

Hosts[edit]

First Incarnation[edit]

  • Uya Kuya (2012–2014)
  • Andhika Pratama (2013–2014)
  • Farid Aja (2012–2014)
  • Reza Bukan (2012–2014)
  • Narji (2012–2014)
  • Rian Ibram (2012–2014)
  • Rio Indrawan (2012–2014)
  • Jenny Tan (2012–2014)
  • Bianca Liza (2012–2014)
  • Christie Julia (2012–2014)
  • Christina Colondam (2013–2014)
  • Ivan Gunawan (2013–2014)
  • Gading Marten (2014)
  • Aaron Ashab (2012)
  • Selfi Nafillah (2012)
  • Selena Alesandra (2012–2013)
  • Wijaya (2012)
  • Ramzi(2012)
  • Ciripa (2012)
  • Leo Consul(2012–2013)
  • Steven Muliawan (2012–2013)
  • Tora Sudiro(2013)
  • Astrid Khairunnisha (2012–2014)

Second Incarnation[edit]

  • Uya Kuya (2014–2016)
  • Astrid Khairunnisha (2014–2016)
  • Shaheer Sheikh(2014–2016)
  • Saurav Gurjar(2014–2016)
  • Reza Bukan (2014–2016)
  • Farid Aja (2014–2016)
  • Tengku Dewi Putri (2014–2016)
  • Lavanya Bharadwaj (2014–2016)
  • Ibnu Jamil (2014–2016)
  • Brandon Nicholas (2014–2016)
  • Vin Rana (2014–2016)
  • Rohit Bharadwaj (2014–2016)
  • Fiona Fachru Nisa (2014–2016)
  • Nita Sofiani (2014–2016)
  • Ana Riana (2014–2016)
  • Vicky Prasetyo (2015–2016)

Segments[edit]

These were the segments on the show, as they were on ANTV's The New Eat Bulaga! Indonesia, shown with their original names on SCTV's Eat Bulaga! Indonesia, the show adapted some games and segments from the original program:

  • Idola Kampung (originally "Jagoan Karaoke", from Pambato ng Videoke)
  • Berbagi Kejutan (originally "Satu Untuk Semua, Semua Untuk Satu", from Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol)
  • Tokcer (originally "Indonesia Pintar", from Pinoy Henyo)
  • Jackpot Dadakan (Jedak, from On the Spot, Jackpot!)
  • Little Miss Indonesia (from Little Miss Philippines)
  • Little Mister Indonesia (from That's My Boy)
  • Maju Terus Pantang Mundur (from Laban o Bawi)
  • DanceBulaga
  • Cocok Gak Cocok (from Heart to Get)

Discontinued/seasonal segments[edit]

  • Ekstrim Karaoke
  • Masak Gokil
  • Super Grandma Indonesia
  • That's My Boy Indonesia (from That's My Boy Philippines)
  • Olympiade Bayi (from Babylympics)
  • The Tailor
  • Pekerja Keras
  • Barberman
  • Turisnesia (from You're My Foreignoy/You're My Foreignay)
  • Merah, Putih (from Kontrapelo: Sa Pula, Sa Puti)
  • Kanan Kiri Bumbum Cring! (from Kaliwa o Kanan? Wave, Wave, Wave, Win! Win! Win!)
  • Beandaan (from Bulagaan University)
  • Bolagaan (from Bolagaan)

References[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_New_Eat_Bulaga!_Indonesia

Years

30 July 1979–present

Number of Episodes

13,114

Eat Bulaga!is a noontime variety show in the Philippines produced by TAPE, Inc. and aired on GMA Network. The show broadcasts from the APT Studiosin Cainta, Rizal. Eat Bulaga!is aired on weekdays at 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm and Saturdays at 11:30 am to 2:30 pm. The show is also broadcast worldwide through GMA Pinoy TV and via livestreaming on the show's official YouTube channel.

The show celebrated its 42nd year on Philippine television on 30 July 2021, holding the record of being the longest-running noontime variety program in the history of Philippine television.

History[]

The RPN years (1979–1989)[]

Production Specialists, Inc., a company owned by Romy Jalosjos, brought the idea of creating a noontime show for Radio Philippines Network (RPN). Antonio Tuviera, who was working for the company, thought that the comic troika of Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon, better known as TVJ (who had gained fame through GMA Network's Discorama and as pinch-hitters for Student Canteen, but subsequently left both), would be the perfect hosts for the new program. At a meeting at the InterContinental Manila parking lot (now closed), Tuviera made the offer to them; they accepted.

Joey coined the title of the show: Eat represents lunchtime while Bulaga (which means "to surprise") represents their plan to fill the show with big surprises. The title is also a play on two children's games: Eat is the transliteration of It from the game tag while Bulaga! refers to Peekaboo!. Because of this, the slogan "Hangga't May Bata, May Eat Bulaga!" ("While There Are Children, There will be Eat Bulaga!") was coined, also by de Leon.

Eat...Bulaga! premiered on July 30, 1979 with its first-ever live episode at 11:30 am from RPN Live Studio 1 in Broadcast City. TVJ, along with Chiqui Hollman and Ritchie d' Horsie as the original hosts. Debraliz Valasote also joined the show several weeks after the show's first airing. During its first few months on the air, the show was in danger of cancellation. Not only did it face competition against the longest-running noontime show at that time, Student Canteen, it also lacked advertisers, despite having their advertising rates reduced to ₱750. In addition, TVJ did not receive their salaries for six months. To keep the show afloat, they decided to entertain movie trailers, such as from Regal Entertainment, which paid less than standard commercials.

Eat...Bulaga! slowly gained top-rating status in 1980 after the introduction of the segment Mr. Macho. Production Specialists soon handed production to Tuviera's TAPE, Inc. In 1981, Chiqui Hollman left Eat Bulaga! and joined the rival noontime show Student Canteen. On May 18, 1982, Eat Bulaga! became the latest addition to RPN-9's domestic satellite-simulcast programs via an Eat Bulaga! TV special beamed live nationwide from The Plaza at the Makati Commercial Center. During the same TV special, the iconic Eat Bulaga! theme song was launched; and Coney Reyes, co-host of the rival noontime show Student Canteen who was then-subsequently removed from the show, transferred and joined Eat Bulaga! as the show's newest addition. During EB's domestic satellite launch, Helen Vela, another co-host of Student Canteen (who already left Student Canteen during that time), watched that certain Eat Bulaga! episode as part of the audience to support her friend Coney; Helen Vela eventually became EB's pinch-hitter, and she also hosted the show's Kilometrico Quiz Date segment. While EB was starting to beat Student Canteen in the ratings game in 1980, both EB's nationwide broadcast through domestic satellite, and Coney Reyes and Helen Vela's transfer to EB in May 1982 cemented EB's status as the number one noontime show, totally overtaking Student Canteen completely. Despite EB already gaining success, it still struggled financially, that it made Debraliz Valasote to leave the show in mid-1982 due to her getting unpaid of her salary. It took several years before EB became financially-stable.

The show's iconic theme song that begins with the famous phrase "Mula Aparri hanggang Jolo" was introduced in May 18, 1982. The lyrics of the song were written by Vincent Dy Buncio and Pancho Oppus, while the melody was composed by Vic Sotto and musical arrangement by Homer Flores. This famous theme song was revised many times and was used to different opening billboards of the show.

An interview with Joey de Leon revealed that he, Tito and Vic never signed any contract with Eat...Bulaga! when they were offered to become hosts of the show. Vic Sotto confessed that he accepted the offer and would immediately stop once he had enough money to buy a personal vehicle. Joey de Leon also admitted that the show was only supposed to be a short-term employment. However, Eat...Bulaga! defeated Student Canteen in the ratings after two years and TVJ decided to stay with the show. Up to this day, no contracts bind Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon to the show or to TAPE, Inc. Friendship and their loyalty to the show are the only factors that keep them together.

During the People Power Revolution and the events that unfolded soon after, Eat Bulaga! went off-the-air from February 27, 1986 to March 1, 1986; the transmitter of its then-home network RPN had been shut down by rebels, and it resumed airing again on March 3, 1986. Despite the sequestration of RPN-9 by the government of Corazon Aquino in 1986, Eat Bulaga! continued to air, while most of the network's shows either transferred or cancelled. Student Canteen bowed out from its airing on June 7, 1986, and was replaced with the GMA Network-produced noontime show Lunch Date on June 9, 1986. The popularity of Randy Santiago on Lunch Date in 1987 made EB to lose in the ratings game for the first time since 1982. The Eat Bulaga! producers thought of including the Little Miss Philippines 1987 runner-up Aiza Seguerra in the show; Aiza eventually joined the show, and the ratings tilted in-favor of Eat Bulaga! once again. The show left Broadcast City on December 2, 1987, and transferred to the nearby Celebrity Sports Plaza on December 3, 1987. The network was also beset by periodical change of management, leading to Antonio Tuviera's decision to conduct negotiations with then-fledgling network ABS-CBN to eventually transfer the show.

The ABS-CBN years (1989–1995)[]

Since the network's re-opening in 1986, ABS-CBN tried its luck on the noontime slot by producing several noontime shows such as Kalatog Pinggan (a noontime show produced by BBC 2 on 1985, pre-dating ABS-CBN's re-launch; ABS-CBN retained the said noontime show from its programming after the network's re-opening in 1986), Kalatog Pa Rin in 1988, and Afternoon Delight in the same year, but to no avail as all 3 still got beaten by both RPN's and GMA Network's noontime shows in the ratings. When TAPE, Inc. started negotiating with ABS-CBN to transfer its four produced-shows, the network saw it as an opportunity to strengthen its programming since the network is struggling to catch up with the other television networks in the ratings game.

In the year 1989, Eat...Bulaga! moved to ABS-CBN (under a co-production agreement) with other TAPE-produced shows Agila, Coney Reyes on Camera and Okay Ka, Fairy Ko!

Sours: https://eatbulaga.fandom.com/wiki/Eat_Bulaga!
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List of Eat Bulaga! segments

Wikipedia list article

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Segments
Daily segments
Bawal Judgmental
Bida First: Isang tawag ka lang
Cash Landing on You: Juan for All, All for Juan
Lazada Millionaire
Occasional/Seasonal segments
Shopee Shake
Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special
Bulagaan
References

Eat Bulaga! is the longest-running noontime variety show in the Philippines. The show has featured hundreds of segments and competitions since its debut on July 30, 1979. The following is an incomplete list of the segments of Eat Bulaga! throughout its forty-year run on television. The segments are organized alphabetically by title.

A[edit]

Acting Gulo

Years: early 2000s
Years: 2018

It is a special segment that has a similar concept with I Object, Your Honor and I Object: #NasaanAngHustisya?, that tests the cleverness and originality of the Eat Bulaga! hosts. The hosts are divided into two teams. In each round, both teams are given one specific object. Each group will take turns to think of and to act out a clever use for that object by realizing what other objects it might resemble. For instance, a closed umbrella roughly resembles a sword or a walking cane. The team must then act out its new function. At the end of each round, the judges decide which team had the cleverest ideas.

The only difference between ACTually and I Object is the theme and the setting, and that both teams must now require to mention the use and function of the object.

  • AFP Search for Singing Soldier
Years: 1986, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000

The AFP Search for Singing Soldier is a talent competition for members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines who can sing very well.[1]

Years: 2019

It is a Facebook promo for the entire month of August 2019 that is part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. Certain requirements will be provided during the show. Participants watching on television must comment the correct answer, along with a code that will be given by the program, on the designated Facebook post from the official Facebook page of Eat Bulaga! under a certain time limit. A total of 40 participants will be chosen, for the entire month of August 2019. 3 winners will be chosen, who will win a monthly allowance of ten thousand pesos for one year.

Years: late 1980s–early 1990s

After appearing as a three-year-old contestant of the segment Little Miss Philippines in 1987, Aiza Seguerra became a child wonder and subsequently joined the show as the youngest host at that time.[2] She received her own segment, Aiza's Kiddie Korner, to feature her funny antics and comic sketches with her co-hosts, and to headline her charisma and many talents, including her famous "duck walk" dance.[3] Later, this segment was renamed as Kiddie Korner together with Lady Lee.

  • Ajinomoto Cash Katutak Raffle Promo
Years: 1988

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the condiment brand Ajinomoto.

  • Ajinomoto Cash Katutak Raffle Promo Part 2
Years: 1989

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the condiment brand Ajinomoto.

  • Aji-Ginisa Pasasalamat Raffle Promo
Years: 2007

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the local seasoning brand Aji-Ginisa by Ajinomoto.[4]

  • Alaska Fortified Sugod Sari-Sari Store
Years: 2018–2019

It is a segment where the hosts of the Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol segment searches for a sari-sari store who sells multiple Alaska Fortified Milk products on a certain barangay. The spotted sari-sari store will win a cash prize and gift packs from Alaska. The segment is sponsored by the milk brand Alaska.

  • Alaxan Gladiators/Amazons
Years: mid-1990s, 1994

Alaxan Gladiators/Amazons is a popular segment sponsored by the local brand Alaxan that tests the strength of male (for Gladiator) or female (for Amazon) competitors. The two daily competitors are given challenges per round in an attempt that one will emerge stronger than the other. The referee, Felipe Tauro, became a notable personality of the segment due to his Visayan accent when he says the word "Pwisto!" to signal the contestants to get into their positions.[5]

Years: 1998
Years: 1997

Alaxan Muscleman is a male beauty contest for Filipino musclemen. The daily contestants must perform three poses as requested by the hosts in order to compare the definition of their muscles. This portion is exclusively sponsored by the local brand Alaxan.

Years: 2015 - 2016

ATM with the BAE'S is a segment of Eat Bulaga! that aired since Sept 2015 - Jan 2016. Alden Richards and Sam Y.G are the Hosts of this EB! segment. 5 conestants are chosen from the Studio Audience to join the Dance Floor and to Copy the Bae Pause when the Music Stops to pick a BAE, so that they could join Jackpot Round that they called ATM Ang Tenga Mo!. All the contestants are willing to answer the Questions that they prepared in the Jackpot Round.

  • #AlDub Songwriting Contest
Years: 2016

During the peak of the AlDub phenomenon, many songwriters became inspired to compose songs out from the love story of Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza. As a result, Eat Bulaga! created the #AlDub Songwriting Contest to encourage those composers to submit their original songs to the show. The entries were narrowed down and the top seven songs competed in the grand finals.[6] The winning song is "AlDub You, MaAlden Kita," which was composed by Ritchi Ramos and Richie Austria.[7]

  • All Day Selfie Winner of the Day
Years: 2015

It is a selfie contest sponsored by the convenience store All Day. Participants must take a selfie in any All Day branches. One winner will be chosen each day. The winner will win prizes such as gift packs from All Day.

Years: (unknown)
Years: 1995

Allan K. received the opportunity to join the noontime show Eat Bulaga! in 1995, first appearing as a guest host in the segment Bulagaan. He then received his own portion and ultimately became a regular host of the show.[8]

Years: 1995

Always Dance Contest is one of the many dance contests created by Eat Bulaga!.[9]

  • American Soviets Dance Contest
Years: 1986
Years: 1995–1999

Aminin! is an entertainment and gossip news segment solely hosted by Rey Pumaloy. The segment delivers most of its stories about Filipino personalities using tongue-in-cheek jokes and double entendres to discuss certain rumors and issues. Rey Pumaloy also became known for his catchprases "Aminin!" and "Huwag mag-deny, don't tell a lie" because of this segment.[10]

Years: (unknown)

Anastacia Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!.

Years: 1997

Ang Goldilocks, Bow is a poetry slam segment in the mid-1990s for children. The child contestants recite their poems, and the judges then decide the winner of the competition. It is sponsored by the local company Goldilocks Bakeshop.

The segment featured the then-seven-year-old Valentin Simon, who became popular back then for his "Hating Kapatid" poem in a television ad for Goldilocks, from which the segment got its inspiration.[11]

Years: 2007–2009, 2013–2014

Ang Joke Ko is a segment that presents several jokes sent in by home viewers through email in the form of sketch comedy. The hosts of Eat Bulaga! regularly performs the sketches, although guest celebrities may appear from time to time.[12] A notable recurring comedy sketch of the segment is the "Wala iyan sa lolo ko" jokes, in which three friends discuss the unbelievable abilities and achievements of their grandfathers. Each person explains why his grandfather is better, while the last person says something so unrealistic and then ends his description with the punchline. The segment is based on the original version of Bulagaan.

  • Ang Pinakamadaling Gameshow sa Telebisyon
Years: 2009–2010

One contestant is picked from the studio audience. The audience member will simply answer one ridiculously easy question for a chance to win a cash prize and gift packs from the segment's sponsors.

Years: 2007
Years: 2005
Years: early 1990s

Ano Ba 'Yan? is a party game segment where there are two teams, composed of two members or a pair. There are five balloons, each balloon has a paper with a word written in it. One member must pop one balloon each to get the paper and make a mouth gesture of the word that was written on the paper to his or her teammate without releasing a voice, and the other member must guess what his or her teammate is trying to say. The team with the fastest time guessing all the words wins.

Years: 2011

Home viewers get a chance to win different prizes just by texting a particular code that would appear right on their television screens. The first three texters from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao win the same prize.

  • Anong Status Mo? LOL! Love o Luck
Years: 2019

It is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d'Pipol during the love season. It is a compatibility and dating game for bachelors and bachelorettes, and the aim of the segment is to find the perfect partner from a pool of romantic interests for the searcher.

There will be 4 candidates and 1 searcher, which could either be a bachelor or a bachelorette, and the 4 candidates and the searcher will be wearing a mask and will be having their aliases first to conceal their identity. For the first round, there will be 5 stages in the shape of a heart that the candidates must step, the goal is for a candidate to reach the fifth stage to advance to the next round. The candidates and the searcher must do certain challenges first before the candidate can step forward. For the first challenge, the candidates will first introduce their own information such as their characteristics, habits, hobbies, zodiac signs, likes, dislikes, and favorites to the searcher, and they will also make a pick-up line to the searcher; the searcher will then choose one from the four whose characteristics amuses or attracts him or her, and the chosen candidate will then step forward to the second stage. The second challenge is a matching game, the candidates and the searcher must choose from 2 choices regarding random questions regarding their likes through writing on a portable whiteboard. For every answer that matches to the searcher, the candidate will advance to the next stage. The fastest candidate to reach the fifth stage will advance to the next round; however, if 2 or 3 or 4 candidates managed to advance to the fifth stage at the same time, there will be a tiebreaker challenge, which is the searcher will choose a random mobile number from the 4 candidate's mobile numbers on which the searcher is unfamiliar of, to make a phone call. The candidate who will receive a phone call from the searcher will advance to the next round. The defeated candidates will now reveal their identity to the searcher.

For the second round, the searcher and the candidate will be doing another matching game again. The searcher and the candidate will stand on different sides facing each other and will undergo through four stages. The first stage is called "Getting To Know"; the second stage is called "Titigan Pa More"; the third stage is called "Uyy! Kinikilig Na 'Yan!"; and the fourth stage is called "Hala! Malapit Na Silang Ma-Fall!". For each stage, the searcher and the candidate will be given set of hearts which contains choices from different categories such as colors, animals, foods, etc. The goal is for both the searcher and the candidate to choose from several choices for each stage and to see if their choice matched with one another. The searcher and the candidate must make an eye-to-eye contact first before choosing their choices. If both the searcher and the candidate were able to choose the same choice, they will win a P10,000 cash prize and will step forward for the next stage; if both the searcher and the candidate chose different choices, they won't win a cash prize but will still step forward for the next stage. This applies for the four stages, so they can possibly win P10,000 to P40,000 depending on how many times they matched their choices for each stage. After completing all the four stages, both the candidate and the searcher will remove their masks to reveal their identities.

  • April Boys Vingo and Jimmy Sing-a-like Contest
Years: 1998
Years: 2019

It is a Facebook promo for the entire month of April 2019 that is part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. The program will show a certain scene or clip from several Eat Bulaga! Lenten Special episodes, and the program will then ask a question related to the shown clip. Participants watching on television must comment the correct answer, along with a code that will be given by the program, on the designated Facebook post from the official Facebook page of Eat Bulaga! under a certain time limit. Audience from the studio will also have a chance to join the promo. A total of 40 participants will be chosen, for the entire month of April 2019, who will have a chance to win a Mitsubishi Mirage G4 GLX 1.2 CVT.

  • Araw-araw Lutuan sa Eat Bulaga!
Years: mid-1980s, 1985

It is the revival of the Lutuan with Super Kalan segment. The cooking show was revived when Lunch Date was able to briefly overtake Eat Bulaga! in the ratings war. The sponsorship of the Super Kalan product by Pilipinas Shell, however, was not obtained. Joey de Leon retains the portrayal of his character as Joeyna Kuratitay, while Vic Sotto portrays a new character as Vicoy.

Years: 2017

It is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d'Pipol that features stories of men who can do laundry, the winners will win a cash prize and gift packs from the segment's sponsor Ariel. It is sponsored by the detergent brand Ariel.

  • Aringkingking Dance Contest
Years: 1996

It is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1996 song "Magic Carpet Ride" by Mighty Dub Katz.

Years: 2009

Arte de Gulat is a charades challenge that was featured as a segment sometime in 2009. While guessing, the guesser must place their hand inside an aquarium that contains live snakes or other things that the guesser is afraid of.

Years: 2019

#Artistahin is a subsegment of Juan For All, All For Juan: Bayanihan of D' Pipol. It is a talent search in the barangay for people ages 18 to 25 years old. There will be two contestants for each episode. For the first round, the contestants must showcase their talents. For the second round, the contestants will do an acting challenge, wherein each contestant will be given a certain scenario, with the contestants and certain EB Dabarkads taking their assigned roles and will do an acting scene according to the given scenario. The viewers will then vote their preferred contestant through a Facebook reaction on the designated post from the official Facebook page of Eat Bulaga! under a certain time limit; the Facebook reactions are both a Heart reaction and a Wow reaction, depending on which Facebook reaction was assigned to each contestant. The contestant with the most number of Facebook reactions will be the winner.

The Saturday edition also features celebrities as special guests for the acting challenge.

The daily winners are then given several challenges where they must post several acting scenes or poses on Facebook. The daily winners with the highest number of Facebook likes will advance to the Top 10 for the boys and Top 10 for the girls.

Years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001

The Asian Big Dance Contest is an annual dance competition that features dance groups from different nations in the Asia-Pacific region, including Taiwan, Thailand, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines.

  • As Long as You Love Me Dance Contest
Years: 1997

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "As Long as You Love Me" by the Backstreet Boys after its release in 1997.

  • Así Me Gusta A Mí Dance Contest
Years: 1992

It is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1991 song Así Me Gusta A Mí by Spanish dance artist Chimo Bayo.

Years: 2015–2016

Five contestants are chosen from the studio audience. After the music stops, the audience must do the assigned pose as modeled by the That's My Baes. The chosen audience members win an instant cash prize and play in the jackpot round. The jackpot round is similar to the children's game telephone/pass the message. The first player is given a question, and he/she may either answer the question and whisper it to the next player or pass the question itself to the next player if he/she does not know the answer. The final player must write the correct answer on the touchscreen board in order to win the jackpot prize. If the group of contestants fail to produce the correct answer, cash prizes are instead raffled off to several audience members.[13]

Years: 2015–2016

On October 24, 2015, Eat Bulaga! held a benefit concert at the Philippine Arena to thank the fans of AlDub, and to raise funds for their #AlDub Library Project where its goal is to help in building libraries in certain schools across the Philippines.

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Years: 2009–2010

Bababoom is a listening skill-based game segment that was franchised from a game show in the Netherlands of the same name. Featured in the segment are ten models standing behind a long table with their gloves-worn hand placed on its surface. Three of those hands hide three coins. In unison, the models bang their hands twice with their fists and once with their hands lying flat on the table for the contestant to hear. The objective is to simply have the contestant eliminate the hands without the coins. If the player eliminates a hand that contains a coin, the player isn't thoroughly out of the game. The host will slowly remove the glove of the coined hand, then if the color of the ring that the Bababoom Beauty wears is red (there's two of them), he or she is thoroughly out of the game. But if its green, he or she will still be in the game, but the jackpot will be slashed into half, which makes it P100,000. Otherwise, if the player eliminates all of the empty hands, he or she wins the pot prize of P200,000.[14]

Years: 1992

Babylimpics is a game segment for infants and toddlers. The title of the segment is a portmanteau of the words "baby" and "Olympics."

  • Bad (1987 Michael Jackson song) Dance Contest
Years: late 1980s

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Bad" by American singer Michael Jackson after its release in 1987.

Years: 2018–2019

BakClash is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d'Pipol. It is a singing contest for trans women.

There are two contestants. The first part is the contestants will sing their song piece. The second part is a stand-up comedy skit for both contestants, and they will also be given several singing challenges. The third part is the question and answer portion. The winner will become a BakClasher. The reigning BakClasher must defend the title against a new contender each week. If the contender defeats the reigning BakClasher, the contender will become the new reigning BakClasher. The reigning BakClasher who manages to get 7 wins will advance to the next round and will be included in the BakClash Hall of Divas; this applies for BakClashers from Luzon, and a total of 10 winners were chosen for the BakClash Hall of Divas. There will also be a showdown for BakClashers from Visayas and Mindanao, and 2 will be chosen to be included in the BakClash Hall of Divas for each region.

There is a special edition of the BakClash segment during Saturdays where eliminated contestants from the BakClash segment returns to compete once again. It has the same format with the weekday edition. The winner will become a new contender and will return to the weekday competition and will choose one from several reigning BakClashers whom the contender wants to compete. If the contender manages to defeat the reigning BakClasher, the contender will become the new reigning BakClasher.

The 2 BakClash Hall of Divas winners from Visayas and the 2 BakClash Hall of Divas winners from Mindanao automatically advances to the semi-finals, while the 10 BakClash Hall of Divas winners from Luzon will once again compete, where only 7 will be chosen to advance to the semi-finals. From the 11 BakClashers semi-finalists from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, 6 semi-finalists will be chosen to advance to the Grand Showdown.

Echo Calingal is the contest's grand winner.

It is a parody of the singing competition broadcast by GMA Network, The Clash.

  • BakClash Hall of Divas: The Showdown
Years: 2019

It is a special Saturday musical presentation of the BakClash Hall of Divas, who are the contestants or BakClashers from the BakClash segment. The BakClash Hall of Divas perform a song number with local celebrity singers.

Years: 2006

It is a special Saturday segment which references the Balakubak: Balita at Kuwentong Bakla portion of the defunct sketch comedy show broadcast by GMA Network, Nuts Entertainment. The segment features Eat Bulaga! Dabarkads Joey de Leon, Janno Gibbs, and Anjo Yllana as judges, who assume the roles of Doughnut, Lollipop, and Popsicle respectively, from the Balakubak portion of the said comedy show. The contestants of the segment are Eat Bulaga! Dabarkads Paolo Ballesteros, Wally Bayola, and Francis Magalona. Contestants will perform their talents under a 45-second time limit; after the talent portion, the judges will ask them questions, in a similar format to the Balakubak portion of Nuts Entertainment.

Years: 1995
Years: 2009

Banda Rito, Banda Roon is a contest between marching bands from different parts of the country who compete against each other.

  • Banda Rito, Banda Roon: Tunog Tao Edition
Years: 1989, 2009

Banda Rito, Banda Roon: Tunog Tao Edition is the second edition of the segment Banda Rito, Banda Roon and a reincarnation of the segment Tunog Tao. Groups of 8 to 10 people form a musical ensemble to compete by making unique sounds using parts of their body.[15]

Originally, Banda Rito, Banda Roon was the segment title of the Tunog Tao segment during 1989 and the early 1990s. Eventually, it was renamed as Tunog Tao in the mid–1990s, and the Banda Rito, Banda Roon title was used for a different segment featuring marching bands.

  • Barangay Amateur Singing Contest
Years: 2017

Barangay Amateur Singing Contest is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. It is a talent competition for barangay residents who can sing very well. There are two contestants everyday.

Years: 2020

It is a segment that has a similar concept to the Bulagaan Olympics segment, but is instead held at the barangays or remote places.

Players are divided into two teams: the blue team and the yellow team. Each team consists of three members. Players of each team take turns going through several games and challenges, such as the face lifting game.

  • Barangay Outfit of the Day
Years: 2016

Barangay Outfit of the Day is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. A few of the barangay residents dress up in ridiculous and goofy attires. The contestants are judged by the studio audience based on the amount of applause received.

Years: 2018

It is a singing contest which is held in the barangays. Participants are composed of 2 groups. Each group consists of family members, where one will perform as a singer and the rest of the members will perform some sort of a music video act. A certain word will be given each day which the singer must insert into the lyrics of their song choice. The family with the most number of scores given by the judges will be the winner. It is the counterpart of the Broadway Singer Citizens: Celebrity Edition segment.

Years: 2014

Barangay Superstar is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. Contestants from the barangay of the day showcase their talents, such as singing and dancing, depending on the theme of the week.[16]

  • Barbie Girl Dance Contest
Years: 1998

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Barbie Girl" by Danish dance-pop group Aqua after its release in 1997.

  • Bastelicious Dance Contest
Years: 2017

It is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d'Pipol. Contestants from the barangay must dance to the tune of "Bastelicious". It serves as a promotional segment for the 2017 novelty song "Bastelicious" by Baeby Baste.

Years: 1998

It is a contest for children sponsored by the milk brand: Alaska.[17]

Years: 2007

Batang Star is a talent contest for kids. It is sponsored by the margarine brand Star Margarine.

Years: 1990s

It is a talent contest for pet dogs. Pet owners showcase their pet dogs' several tricks.

Years: 2019–present

Bawal Judgmental tests a person's intuition and judgment of selecting the correct choices out of a group of seven people with distinctive characteristics, past experiences, and interesting revelations.

Each day, a player (usually a celebrity) is tasked to protect his or her jackpot prize of ₱50,000. If the player selects an incorrect choice, ₱5,000 is deducted from the prize. The game consists of three rounds. In the first round, four out of the seven choices are correct. In the second round, three out of seven choices are correct. In the third round, only two out of the seven choices are correct, except in the special instance when the hosts decide to narrow the choices down into three or four, wherein either one or two choices are correct. If an incorrect answer is chosen, ₱10,000 is deducted from the player. The player is accompanied by two friends who can help with the selections.

Sometime during the new normal due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are now only two rounds. In the second round, the player is given two or three correct answers and needs only to guess the correct question wherein the correct question should match all the given correct answers; If one doesn't match, ₱10,000 is deducted from the player.

In 2021, the second round now consisted of Double your money, Divide your money, and Keep your money wherein the player with the remaining money would either be doubled, divided or maintained respectively. There will be 2 choices that will have 2 Divide your money cards and 2 choices with Double your money cards & the remaining 3 will have the Keep your money cards (then in the succeeding episodes, one of the choices holding the Keep your money cards has a surprise inside; Both the Double your money cards later had surprises). Both the Double and Divide your money will have a question and the player has to avoid the choices with the Divide your money cards. The one chosen by the player comes the last, along with one remaining choice which the player didn't choose. The player is then given a chance to change his/her choices, especially if the player is already at risk of losing. In February 11 episode if the player chooses an incorrect choice, ₱10,000 is reduced. In late April 2021, the choices became virtual due to the MECQ. In June 2021, the show had a new twist, wherein the player will choose only 2 out of 5 choices. The incorrect choices now have a ₱10,000, ₱15,000, and ₱20,000 reduction. In round 2, the player will only choose one choice with a question. If the player guessed it correctly, his/her money will be doubled. Otherwise, ₱10,000 will be reduced.

  • Bawal Kumurap! Nakamamatay... ng Swerte!
Years: 2019

It is a game contest in which the challenge is that the competitors must maintain their eyes open without blinking. The segment also counts and records the total time for each competitor who will do the challenge.

There are two teams: the Blue team and the Yellow team. Each team is composed of three members.

For the first round, there will be a best-of-three one-on-one faceoff, where each member of each team will have a match for the challenge. The team member who blinks its eyes during the faceoff will be eliminated and the winning member will win ten thousand pesos and will gain one point for the winning member's team. If the eliminated player blinks his or her eyes before reaching the one-minute mark, the winning player must maintain his or her eyes open for one minute in order to gain a point for his or her team. The team who will gain two points will advance to the jackpot round.

For the jackpot round, only one from the three members of the winning team will play in the said round. The player will choose one number from 1 to 4, in which each number contains a certain amount of time. The player must then maintain his or her eyes without blinking under the specified amount of time from the number the player has chosen. If the player manages to maintain his or her eyes open without blinking to the specified amount of time, the winning team will win fifty thousand pesos.

The current record holder for the game segment is Paolo Ballesteros, who maintained his eyes open without blinking for 1 hour, 17 minutes and 8 seconds on October 5, 2019, surpassing Pauleen Luna's record of 30 minutes and 44 seconds on the segment's first episode aired on October 1, 2019.

  • Bazooka Bubble Gum Blowing Contest
Years: 1980s

It is a bubble gum blowing contest for children sponsored by the bubble gum brand Bazooka. Contestants who will be able to manage to blow the biggest bubble gum bubble will be the winner. The size of the bubble gum bubble is measured using a caliper.[18]

Years: 1990, 1992, 1993, 1998, 1999

Beautiful Girl is a beauty pageant in search of the most beautiful lady in the competition. It is one of the first beauty pageants for women to be made as a segment on a noontime television program. It shares a similar format with the Miss Universe pageant.[19]

  • BEBOT: Binibini ng Eat Bulaga On Television
Years: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2010, 2019

BEBOT is a one-day segment that parodies beauty pageants. It features Eat Bulaga! male hosts and other Filipino celebrities who are dressed in drag.[20] Most of the contestants are impersonations of famous local and international personalities. The highlight of the beauty pageant are the funny antics of the contestants, including their ridiculous answers to serious questions and their humorous performances in the talent portion. The segment is fully scripted and the outcome of the competition is previously arranged.[21]

Its 2019 edition was revived for a limited engagement only, as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. The grand winner of this edition joins the other grand winners of the other revived segments for the Tatak Eat Bulaga! Grand Showdown.

  • Bee Gees Medley Dance Contest
Years: 1981
  • Bida Voice: Shy Singing Contest
Years: 2021

This is a singing contest for the Valentine season wherein contestants perform their love songs without showing themselves in front of their cameras. In the Grand finals, the faces are revealed and Anya Laurino was crowned as grand winner.

  • Bida First: Isang Tawag ka lang
Years: 2021-present

A competition segment in which the host's cellphone consists of a random phone number. The hosts reveal one or more digits of the phone number. There, the audience will guess the correct number and whoever calls first wins. The winner then receives sponsor gifts. Right after, the winner then chooses one of the shown items, containing a long strip of money with a certain amount.

  • Big Big Man Dance Contest
Years: (unknown)

Big Big Man Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!.[9]

Years: early 2000s
Years: 1983
Year: 1998

Biogesic Biolympics is a skating contest sponsored by Biogesic.

Years: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2009

Birit Baby is a singing competition for children who are between the ages 8 and 12. The young aspirants belt out vocally challenging songs. Notable contestants are multi-awarded singer Rachelle Ann Go who joined the contest in 1998[22] and Jude Matthew Servilla who won the contest in 2009 with the song "Hanggang" by Wency Cornejo.[23]

Years: 2001

Birit Bagets is similar to the segment Birit Baby, but is a singing competition dedicated to older children.

Years: 2004

Birit King is a singing competition for adult male vocalists.[1]

Years: 1997, 2004

Birit Queen is a singing competition for adult female vocalists.[24]

Years: 2008

Blue vs. Yellow is a one-day competition that tests the ability of the show's hosts to conceptualize a production number. The hosts are divided into two teams: blue team and yellow team. Each group must develop its own theme for its performance and is accompanied by a celebrity guest.

  • Bluer Than Blue Singing Contest
Years: 1996

It is a contest for singers who must sing the song "Bluer Than Blue", which is covered by Regine Velasquez, and originally sang by Michael Johnson. It also serves as a promotional segment for the 1996 album Retro by Regine Velasquez, which also includes her cover song.

Years: (unknown)

Body Dancer is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!.[9]

Years: early 1980s

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Body Talk" by the British dance group Imagination after its release in 1981.[9]

Years: 2010

Bolagaan is a segment that involves the studio audience. A host blows a whistle to signal audience members to start passing and throwing beach balls all around the studio. The host will blow the whistle again to signal them to stop, and he will randomly select a color from a fishbowl-type container. Everyone who is holding a ball in that color automatically receives a small cash prize. There is a ball with a special sticker, and whoever is holding that ball is eligible to win a larger cash prize by answering a question from the hosts.[25]

Years: 1984
  • Boom Tiyaya Dance Contest
Years: 1996

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Boom Tiyaya" by The Streetboys featuring Christopher Cruz after its release in 1996.

Years: 2018–2019

Boom! is a general-knowledge quiz show that is franchised and adapted from an Israeli series of the same title, produced by Keshet Media Group. For its Philippine adaptation, it is a segment of the variety show Eat Bulaga!, franchised by TAPE Incorporated, and distributed by Keshet International.[26][27]

Each game, there is a team consisting of three players. There are 3 BOOM! game bombs. The first bomb has 5 wires (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green and Blue). The second bomb has 6 wires (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue and Violet). The third bomb, also called the Mega-Bomb, has 7 wires (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Violet and White), and has several mystery multipliers in which the player must choose one from those multipliers on 4 colors (Blue, Yellow, Red, and Green), which may double or triple the cash prize's value if defused. How much the cash prize will be given to the participants will depend on the segment's financiers. Each bomb has a question. Each question has several answer choices based on different categories (people, entertainment, showbiz, music, etc.), only several choices of which is incorrect, and each answer corresponds to a differently colored wire on the bomb. The goal is to cut the wires for only the correct answers before the timer on the bomb reaches zero. Before each question, the category is given and the team chooses one player to attempt it. The first bomb has no distinct mechanics except for bombs 2 or 3. The second bomb has a distinct mechanic in which 6 guests from the show enter the stage with their cards that reveal the choice's answer. The financiers will give the player 2 questions for him/her to ask them and know their hints depending on the query which may give clues or hints for the next question.

The player is then entered into a visible contained area that resists the total spreading of the bomb's contents outside the stage when it explodes (2 openings on the bottom side of the contained are where the bomb's contents pass through). Unlike in the American version where there is a fixed time limit per bomb (and the timer continues after a successful cut), the player will be given 15 seconds for each wire the player has to cut. When the player cuts a wire, the timer briefly stops and the result is revealed after a three-second delay. The bomb will not detonate if the player cut the correct wire that correspond to the correct choice in the question and the result says "Correct". However, if he/she cuts the wrong wire, then after the 3 second delay, the bomb blows up. If the player cuts all the correct wires, the bomb is defused and money is added to the team's bank. However, if the player cuts the incorrect wire or if time runs out, the bomb "explodes," spraying its contents all over him/her, the segment host and guests, and the studio. That player is then eliminated from the game, and no money is added to the bank. The players all wear safety goggles for eye protection (Also called BOOM Gear) and wire cutter (Also called BOOM Cutter) for cutting wires while onstage. The contents of the bombs are typically harmless non-toxic colored powder and food items that are sticky and/or hard to clean off clothing, such as pizza sauce, maple syrup, and gravy.

  • Boy George Look-Alike Lip Syncing Contest
Years: 1980s
  • Boys Don't Cry Dance Contest
Years: 1979

Boys Don't Cry Dance Contest is one of the many dance contests created by Eat Bulaga! in 1979. The contestants must dance to the 1979 song "Boys Don't Cry" by English rock band The Cure.[28]

Years: 1984

Breakdance Dance Contest is one of the many dance contests created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s. Contestants must dance to the 1984 song "Breakin'... There's No Stopping Us" by American music duo Ollie & Jerry.

Years: 1990s

It is a game contest. Contestants compete by playing the Brick Game. The contestant who gets the highest score from the Brick Game will be the winner.[29]

Years: 2017–2019

It is a special musical presentation during Saturdays featuring the Broadway Boys, a singing group whose members are Joshua Torino, Joshua Lumbao, Bennedict Aboyme, and Francis Aglabtin, where they perform song numbers with different OPM singers and several international singers each week.

  • Broadway Singer Citizens: Celebrity Edition
Years: 2018

It is a singing contest which is held in the EB Studio featuring celebrities. Participants are composed of 2 groups. Each group consists of family members, where one will perform as a singer and the rest of the members will perform some sort of a music video act. A certain word will be given each day which the singer must insert into the lyrics of their song choice. The family with the most number of scores given by the judges will be the winner. It is the counterpart of the Barangay Singer Citizens segment.

  • Brother Louie Dance Contest
Years: late 1980s

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Brother Louie" by the German synthpop duo Modern Talking after its release in 1986.[9]

Years: 2010
  • Buffalo Dance Craze: Short Short Man Dance Contest
Years: 1995

Buffalo Dance Craze: Short Short Man Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!. Groups of dancers (composed of 2 boys and 1 girl) must dance to the 1994 song Short Short Man (a "clean or censored" revision of the 1994 song Short Dick Man) by American dance music group 20 Fingers featuring American hip hop artist Gillette.[9]

  • Buhay Ginhawa Raffle Bonanza!
Years: 1994
Years: 1980s, 1988-2002, 2005–present

Bulagaan is a veteran segment of Eat Bulaga! featuring hosts delivering "knock-knock" jokes in the form of a song. The segment is in a classroom setting, with the hosts divided into groups or pairs and usually dressed in school uniforms. Each group must answer the teacher's question by integrating their answer into a song of their choice. After performing, the group spins a giant roulette wheel ranging from 00 to 100, which will become the basis of their score. The group with the lowest score will be punished at the end of the segment. The hosts then go free-for-all, chasing and throwing cream pies at each other and at the studio audience.[30]

Years: 2000–2005, 2008, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2020–present

The hosts of the show are divided into two teams. Several members of the audience may also be chosen to join either the blue team or the yellow team. Players of each team take turns going through a simple obstacle course, and the team with the fastest time wins the competition.

  • Bulaga Book of Pinoy Records
Years: 1988, 1994–1996, 2014

The Bulaga Book of Pinoy Records is a segment that invites members of the public to set a record in a certain ability, such as removing bottle caps and cleaning fishes. The contestant with most of the task done wins a cash prize and is declared the King or Queen of the Day. The 2014 edition is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol.[31]

Years: 1979

It is one of the first ever segments of Eat Bulaga! in 1979. It has the same concept as that of the mystery box game in modern times, where the contestants must touch, feel, and describe what object is inside the box without looking at it. The contestants who managed to guess the correct answer wins.[9]

Years: (unknown)

Bulaga High is a segment of Eat Bulaga!.[9]

Years: 2015–2016

Bulaga Pa More! is a talent-themed showdown contest between celebrity contestants. The winner of the day is determined by a panel of Dabarkads judges and is sent to the weekly grand finals for the chance to win a larger cash prize. Weekly themes have consisted of certain dances, songs, and singers. A special Dabarkads edition was held to commemorate the program's 36th anniversary, showcasing the competing hosts' production numbers with the theme of signature Eat Bulaga! segments.[32]

  • Bulaga True Stories: Ang Kwentoserye ng Every Juan
Years: 2019–2020

It is a mini-documentary segment that is part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. It features the stories of the hosts, contestants, and even ordinary viewers of Eat Bulaga! for the past 40 years regarding their experiences with the TV show. Netizens can also share their Bulaga True Stories by sending an email to Eat Bulaga! or posting their stories along with their photos and videos on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using the hashtag #KwentongEatBulaga.

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  • Caltex Philippines Win Wheels Baby, Win Raffle Promo
Years: 2003

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the petroleum brand Caltex.

Years: (unknown)

Buffalo Dance is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!.[9]

Years: 1990–1991

It is a raffle promo sponsored by Universal Robina Corporation (URC.)

  • Cash Landing on You: Juan for All, All for Juan
Years: 2021-present

The title of the segment is a parody of the title of the hit 2019-2020 South Korean television series Crash Landing on You, produced by tvN and aired on tvN and Netflix, starring Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin. On March 6, 2020, during Bawal Judgmental, Joey de Leon announced that there will be an upcoming segment named Cash Landing On You. Eat Bulaga! released a trailer on Facebook and on the program.

Due to the uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the future of the segment remained unknown for a year following Eat Bulaga! going off-air due to the enhanced community quarantine as the segment was supposed to premiere during the said month. However, since the show's return on 8 June 2020, the show hasn't announced the premiere of the segment. After a year, on 10 June 2021 via the show's Facebook page, the show announced that this segment will premiere on 11 June 2021 and is combined with the show's Juan for All, All for Juan segment.

In this game, after the prizes given during the Juan for All, All for Juan it is played afterward. Regularly, the Juan for All, All for Juan winner of the day (called the captain) joins in playing the game from home. At first, one of the Eat Bulaga! hosts will have to pop a balloon by popping it up in the ceiling. Once it is popped, it will say how much he or she will take home. Afterward, one of the hosts will pick through a fishbowl how many will be picked and the things that will be picked (i.e. 5 - bagay na magkapares/5 - things that are paired appropriately). Similar to the Takbuhan segment of the previous Juan for All, All for Juan format, he or she is given 1 minute (later 90 seconds) to get the things assigned to be given with the help of the cash army and once the time ends, the hosts will check if he or she got the correct items. Once all the items are correct, he or she will receive the prize from the popped balloon, but if he or she got either some or all the items wrong, he or she will not receive the prize from the popped balloon.

The segment's hosts are Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola (as Tito Boy Ayuda; a parody of Boy Abunda), Paolo Ballesteros, Maine Mendoza, and Ryan Agoncillo (at times) from the APT Studios while Joey de Leon joins virtually via Zoom.

  • Cash-Suerte Sa Instant Bear Brand
Years: 1983

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the powdered milk drink brand Bear Brand.

Years: 1980s, 1990s

It is a segment that features local singers. Several singers have been featured in this segment such as Dingdong Avanzado, Louie Heredia, Ogie Alcasid, Joanne Lorenzana, Paola Luz, Jamie Rivera, and Keno.

  • Ces Quesada's Dance Number
Years: 1989

Ces Quesada became an Eat Bulaga! Dabarkads in 1989. During her EB stint, in the third quarter of 1989, there was a running joke in the show about how she had been rarin' to do a dance number in the TV program. Many preparations had already been done, with constant plugging during the show. However, at the end of the program, when Ces was already all dressed up (in a Carmen Miranda-inspired outfit), the other hosts would announce that they had run out of time and that the dance number had to be rescheduled the next day, or several production equipments such as stage lighting equipment, cameras, and props, were sabotaged by none other than EB's main hosts, Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, and Joey de Leon themselves. The same thing would happen the following day, and the day after next, until about a week or so when Ces was allowed to finish that production number.

Years: 1979

It is one of the first ever segments of Eat Bulaga! in 1979. It is a Jai alai game segment.

  • Chacha Dabarkads: EB Super Dance Battle
Years: 2012

Chacha Dabarkads: EB Super Dance Battle is an ultimate dance battle between Michael V., Ryzza Mae Dizon, Wally Bayola, and Jose Manalo. Each Dabarkads is accompanied by a well-known dance group. The competitors will dance to the song "Chacha Dabarkads," which was sung by Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola. Home viewers will vote for the winner of the competition.

Years: 2016

Challenge Accepted is a talent showdown between celebrity contestants. Each week, the contestants are given two conditions that they must do for their performance, which will become the theme for that week. Examples of themes includes singing while diving inside a tank and hip-hop dancing while wearing a mascot costume.

  • Check 2000 Pa-Rap Pa-Premyo
Years: 1990–1991

Check 2000 Pa-Rap Pa-Premyo is a rapping competition sponsored by the soap brand Check. One notable contestant is a comedian and former Eat Bulaga! host Michael V. who reached the grand finals of the competition, and the judge who gave him the lowest score during the grand finals (that resulted to him losing in the competition) was Ogie Alcasid, who is now his best friend and comedy tandem.[33]

  • Cheez Whiz Pop & Lock Kids Dance Challenge: Kaya Mo Buto?
Years: 2009

The general selection process begins with off-air auditions held in various cities across the Philippines. The contestants go through several sets of cuts until only seven groups are left to compete in the grand finals held on Eat Bulaga!. The entire competition is sponsored by the international brand Cheez Whiz.

  • Chiclets Kwarta Every 15 Minutes
Years: 1981

It is a raffle segment sponsored by a chewing gum brand Chiclets where entries (through envelope) of those who participated in the raffle will be picked every 15 minutes during the show. Prizes include cash and a brand new car.

Years: early 2000s

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Chihuahua" by Swiss artist DJ BoBo after its release in 2002.[9]

Years: 2004

Contestants must dance to the 2004 song "Choopeta" by the Brazilian girl group T-Rio. The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the album Sexbomb's Sexiest Hits 3 by the SexBomb Girls, under BMG Records, which also includes the song.

  • Christmas Singing Idol: Diva Edition
Years: 2017
  • Clap Your Hands Dance Contest
Years: 1980s
Years: 1981

When the American adventure filmClash of the Titans was released in 1981, Eat Bulaga! ran an intellectually stimulating quiz portion about Greek mythology, in which the movie is based on.

Years: 2016

Each day, three intelligent children battle for the title of "Classroom Superstar" by solving simple math questions. The daily winners then face off in the weekly finals to become that week's grand winner.[34]

  • Close-Up: Get Closer to Millions
Years: 1997

It is a band competition sponsored by the toothpaste brand Close-Up.[35]

  • Coca-Cola Eatodo ang Saya!
Years: 2011

It is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol sponsored by Coca-Cola. Two groups of families consisting of four members for each group, a mother, a father, and two of their children, compete in a friendly competition. The two groups will compete in an inflatable obstacle course. The two groups will be given a question with several answers that they must get on the inflatable obstacle course. The mother will be the one who will wait outside while the rest of the family will enter the inflatable obstacle course to get a total of three answers which they will give to the mother. The group with the fastest time or with the highest number of correct answers wins.

Years: (unknown)[9]
  • Coca-Cola MaBuhay ka sa Hakot Happiness
Years: 2011

It is a segment sponsored by Coca-Cola. Participants must exchange 5 Coca-Cola bottle caps or 2 Coca-Cola bottle crowns for a card that contains a code in 7-Eleven branches. Participants must text the code from the card to the provided number by Coca-Cola to join the contest. Chosen participants will be able to get free grocery items of any amount from the grocery, but the challenge is they must get the grocery items they want under a 3-minute time limit.

  • Coca-Cola Mag Smile Ngayong Pasko
Years: 2008

Cash prizes and gift packs are given to lucky studio audience members during the Christmas season. The segment is sponsored by Coca-Cola.

  • Coca-Cola Milyun-Milyong Caravan of Surprises Promo
Years: 2013

A subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol is a raffle promo sponsored by Coca-Cola. To participate in the promotion, consumers must purchase any of the participating brands and text in the promo code that can be found under the crowns and caps of the participating products. Weekly winners were announced in Eat Bulaga!.

  • Coca-Cola Star Carinderia
Years: 2017

It is a segment sponsored by Coca-Cola where EB hosts Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Paolo Ballesteros searches for a carinderia or an eatery that will be chosen as the portion's winner.

Years: 2009

Four lucky people are chosen from the studio audience. Each of them picks a box that contains different cash prizes. They will win whatever the amount is inside the box. The segment is sponsored by Coca-Cola.

Years: 1997
  • Come Baby Come Dance Contest
Years: 1993

It is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1993 song "Come Baby Come" by American rapper K7.

  • Comedy Concert Kings Meet The Kusina Master (Yum Yum Yum, More More More)
Years: 2012

It is a special one-day Saturday cooking segment on April 21, 2012, featuring Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Chef Boy Logro. It is a friendly cooking competition featuring Chef Boy Logro versus Jose and Wally. For their dishes, Chef Boy Logro cooked and prepared a Stir Fry Seafood with Vegetables and Chicken in Crystal Noodle Basket, while Jose and Wally both cooked and prepared, in a comedic and not-so-serious manner as part of their comedy skit, a Special Birthday Pancit Noodles for Long Life with Vegetables in Nipa Hut. The Eat Bulaga! Dabarkads tasted and judged Chef Boy Logro's dish with good results, while Vic Sotto tasted and judged Jose and Wally's dish, in which he gave a failing score to the duo due to the dish being very salty.

  • Communicate Dance Contest
Years: 1983

Communicate Dance Contest is one of the many dance contests created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s. Dance groups perform to the Italo electro-synth tune "Communicate" by the Italian band Kirlian Camera. It serves as a promotional segment for the song after its release in 1983.

Years: 2000

It is a segment where they feature bands.

Years: 1985, 1988

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Conga" by American band Miami Sound Machine after its release in 1985.[9]

Years: 2001
Years: (unknown)[9]
Years: 1998, 2003

It is a beauty pageant for female college students from different colleges and universities.

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Years: 2014–2016, 2018

Dabarkads Awards is an annual awards ceremony given to recognize exemplary productions and performances of Eat Bulaga! hosts on the year's special Lenten drama presentations.[36]

  • Dabarkads Around the Globe
Years: 2010

Eat Bulaga! hosts call a lucky OFW who are called using Globe Telecom's IDD Tingi. The winner can pick a television host who will then spin a giant roulette-style wheel mechanism containing cash amounts ranging from 10,000 pesos to 50,000 pesos. The lucky winner can then choose whether to send the prize abroad or to directly send the money to his or her family in the Philippines. The segment is sponsored by the local telecommunications company Globe Telecom.

  • Dabarkads Around the World
Years: 2006

Dabarkads Around the World is a home viewer portion in which home viewers can send greetings and messages to their loved ones across the globe. The hosts of the segment act as messengers by reading the messages on-air.

  • Dabarkads Christmas Caroling
Years: 2013

Dabarkads Christmas Caroling is a one-day charity competition between the Eat Bulaga! hosts for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. The hosts are divided into four caroling groups, while the home viewers are asked to vote for the group with the best performance. The home viewers' SMS text votes are then converted into money which will be donated to each group's chosen barangays that were devastated by the typhoon.[37]

  • Dabarkads Concert Series With The Broadway Boys
Years: 2018

It is a special musical presentation during Saturdays where the EB Dabarkads performs with the Broadway Boys.

  • Dabarkads Hiphop Dance Challenge
Years: 2014

Dabarkads Hiphop Dance Challenge is a one-day dance competition between the show's hosts to determine who is the best at hip-hop dancing. Each group is accompanied by well-known dance groups and personalities. The winner will receive a large cash prize, which will be entirely awarded to the scholars of the EBest: Eat Bulaga's Excellent Student Award segment.

Years: 2013–2014, 2015–2016

Dabarkads in Concert is a special segment that appears during a special occasion, such as birthdays and anniversary celebrations. The segment features performances of the show's hosts and sometimes special guests to celebrate the special event.

Years: 2019

The Eat Bulaga! hosts will look for several audience members with a cheerful smile. Each chosen audience members will receive a P10,000 cash prize and a selfie photo with the Eat Bulaga! hosts.

Years: 2008
  • #DabarkadsGoals: The Ultimate Battle
Years: 2017

#DabarkadsGoals: The Ultimate Battle is a special segment for the show's 38th anniversary wherein selected hosts would have a dance battle featuring the dance contests, hits, and crazes that were popularized by Eat Bulaga! throughout the years.

Years: 2000

The dance contest features the popular music video game Dance Dance Revolution produced by Konami.[38] Players stand on a dance platform and hit colored arrows laid out in a cross with their feet to musical and visual cues that appear on a screen. They are judged by how well they time their dance to the patterns presented to them.

Years: 2016

Pairs of dancers show off their dancing abilities while incorporating a specific dance movement demonstrated by Maine Mendoza and Alden Richards into their choreography.

Years: (unknown)

Dancing Santa Claus is a segment of Eat Bulaga!.[9]

  • Del Fabric Softener Panalo sa Bango at Papremyo Barangay Promo
Years: 2012–2013

It is a raffle portion sponsored by the brand Del, where participants must send raffle entries through an envelope with 2 empty sachets of Del Fabric Conditioner of any variant included. 2 entries will be chosen, the first entry will win P5,000 and a Del Gift Pack, and the second entry will win P5,000, a Del Gift Pack, and a washing machine.

Years: 1988–2000s

Del Monte Kitchenomics is a cooking segment that presents food preparation in a kitchen studio set. The portion was removed from Eat Bulaga!, ABS-CBN and was eventually given its own television program on GMA Network. The segment is sponsored by the international brand Del Monte Foods.[39]

  • Del Monte Pork & Beans ₱1 Million Blockbuster Bonanza
Years: 1997

It is a game segment sponsored by Del Monte.

  • Desert Princess Belly Dancing Contest
Years: 1982

The segment is a dance contest for women who can belly dance. The contestants perform to the music "Desert Dance" by the group Abdul Hassan & His Orchestra.

  • Di Ko Kayang Tanggapin Sing-Alike Contest
Years: 1990s

It is a singing contest for contestants who can sing the 1994 hit song "Di Ko Kayang Tanggapin" by singer April Boy Regino.

  • Dik-Eat: Head & Shoulders Wall Challenge; No Fall, Win All
Years: 2009

It is a contest sponsored by the shampoo brand Head & Shoulders where contestants must jump through a trampoline and stick their bodies into a velcro wall, the challenge is the contestants must reach the tallest height of the velcro wall and they shouldn't fall from the velcro wall in order to win.

Years: 1980s

Disco Duel Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s.[9]

  • Disco Fever Dance Contest
Years: 1980s

Disco Fever Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s.[9]

Years: 1982
Years: (unknown)[9]
Years: 2003
  • D'Kilabots Mr. Pogi, Weh?
Years: 2012

D'Kilabots: Mr. Pogi, Weh? is a "beauty" pageant for less attractive men who are talented and confident. The segment is a revival of Feeling Pogi, which is a spoof segment of the Mr. Pogi contest. It is also a promotional segment for D' Kilabots Pogi Brothers Weh?!, a romantic comedy film starring Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola.

Years: (unknown)[9]
Years: early 1990s

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Do The Rave Stomp" by Argentine artist DJ Dero after its release in 1993.[9]

  • Do The Rock Dance Contest
Years: (unknown)

Do The Rock Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!.[9]

  • Do The Walk Dance Contest
Years: (unknown)

Do The Walk Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!.[9]

Years: 1986, 1993, 2000, 2001, 2020

It is a unique contest where competitors are able to perform songs with both male and female voices. To enhance their performances, the contestants are also dressed in unique attires. One-half of their bodies is dressed in male clothing, while the other half is dressed in female clothing. The contestants repeatedly turn their bodies to the proper side that matches the voice type that they are currently using.

The earlier versions of the segment is titled Doble Cara and is a lip syncing contest where contestants are lip syncing their chosen male-female duet songs. The later versions of the segment evolved into an actual singing contest where contestants must now use their real voices while performing their choice of song. The later versions of the segment also has its title changed to Doble Kara.

Its 2020 edition was revived for a limited engagement only, as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. The grand winner of this edition joins the other grand winners of the other revived segments for the Tatak Eat Bulaga! Grand Showdown.

  • Doctor Jones Dance Contest
Years: 1997

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Doctor Jones" by Danish dance-pop group Aqua after its release in 1997.

  • Don't You Play With Me (Movie Promo)
Years: (unknown)[9]
  • Dream Dumio Dance Contest
Years: 1987

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  • Earthquake (1983 The Flirtations song) Dance Contest
Years: 1983

Earthquake (1983 The Flirtations song) Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s. Contestants must dance the 1983 song "Earthquake" by the all–female musical group The Flirtations.

Years: 1996

Eat B-Joke-eH! is an impromptu comedy skit segment in which the primary characters of the story must follow the descriptions of the narrator. The narrator reads an originally written story, but may add additional descriptions that the characters must act to make the story funnier and more entertaining.

  • Eat Bulaga! Behind The Scenes
Years: 2018

It is a reality web series that can be watched exclusively on Eat Bulaga!'s official YouTube channel, as part of their 40th anniversary celebration, where the EB Dabarkads fulfill the roles as one of several off-cam staffs of the variety show. The goal of the segment is to showcase to the viewers, as well as to the EB Dabarkads who will take the challenge themselves, the idea on how the staffs and crews behind the camera work to run the show. It is also Eat Bulaga!'s platform for giving appreciation, credits, and thanks to the people who work behind the camera for the noontime show.

Here are some of the EB Dabarkads who took the challenge and their respective roles (currently ongoing and incomplete:) Pauleen Luna as Production Assistant; Joey de Leon, and Ryzza Mae Dizon as Social Media Managers; Ruby Rodriguez as Juan For All, All For Juan Registration Staff; Pia Guanio as Juan For All, All For Juan Executive Producer; Luane Dy as Juan For All, All For Juan Location Manager; That's My Baes Kenneth Medrano, Miggy Tolentino, Tommy Peñaflor, and Joel Palencia as Propsmen; Maine Mendoza as Core Member; DJ Lyka Barista, DJ Malaya, and DJ Raqi Terra as Jesters; Wally Bayola as Creative Writer.

  • Eat Bulaga! Classroom Project
Years: 2010

It is one of Eat Bulaga's advocacy projects where they build or renovate classrooms and libraries and provide school materials on different parts of the Philippines.

Years: early 1990s

It is a comedy skit segment where it narrates a spoof of some of the famous fairy tale stories, and the EB hosts will portray the characters from the story.

  • Eat Bulaga! Lenten Special
Years: 1980 (Passion Reenactment), 1981–2007, 2014–present (replays of old episodes were aired in 2008–2013)

In 1980, Eat Bulaga! made a Passion reenactment where it ran its rendition of Jesus Christ Superstar with Vic Sotto as Jesus and Joey De Leon as Pilate.

In 1981, Eat Bulaga! started a tradition of suspending its regular programming during the Holy Week. Instead, the show is replaced with drama specials from Holy Monday to Holy Wednesday featuring heart-wrenching stories that convey important lessons about life and family. The special programming stars the Eat Bulaga! hosts and special guest actors. The production of new Lenten specials was put on hold in 2007. During its seven-year hiatus, prior episodes of its old Lenten specials were aired instead. The production of new episodes made its comeback in 2014, and are inspired by true-to-life stories of former winners from Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. The Lenten offerings is aired annually since then.[40] Due to the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak in the Philippines, production of episodes was again suspended this March 2020. The title is alternatively stylized as Eat Bulaga's Lenten Special.

  • Eat Bulaga!'s 1979 Singing Contest
Years: 1979

It is one of the first ever segments of Eat Bulaga! in 1979, and it is the first ever singing contest of Eat Bulaga! for aspiring singers.

Years: 2010

It is a portion where there are two groups of pairs that will be facing in a challenge, each pair consists of one EB Dabarkads and one studio audience, the challenge was to consume as many food as they can in one minute. The group who will consume as many foods as they can in one minute will be the winner.

  • Eat Rocks: Christmas Jam to the Max
Years: 2012

The segment is a competition in which rock bands perform rock version of popular Filipino Christmas songs.

Years: 2005

Eat Star Café has the same concept as the signature Eat Bulaga! segment Bulagaan, except it is in a karaoke bar setting instead of a classroom. Hosts are divided into pairs and must sing their answers to the asker's questions. The score for each group's performance is shown by the karaoke screen.

Years: 1998
Years: 1998
Years: 2008

E-Banda is a music competition for rock bands that were formed in colleges and universities.

  • EB & Co. Christmas Party
Years: 2015

EB & Co. Christmas Party is a segment for groups of coworkers who can put on a good musical performance for their company Christmas party.

Years: 2006, 2008

After the SexBomb Girls were pulled off the show by their manager due to a conflict with the show's producer, Eat Bulaga! decided to create a reality competition to search for female dancers who will become part of its new in-house dance group called the EB Babes. The ten winners of the competition became the original members of the new dance group that officially debuted in the show in August 2006.[41]

A second edition was held in February 2008 after one of the original members left the group due to pregnancy. The competition brought in three new members to the group to replace the vacant slot as well as to further expand the dance group.[42]

As of present, there are 3 original members left, as some of them either joined other groups, married and in the case of EB Babe Maiko, she died in a drowning accident.

Years: 2012

Five rock bands were selected from off-air auditions held in various cities across the country to compete in the live grand finals of the music competition on Eat Bulaga!.

  • EB Dabarkads Dance Challenge
Years: 2007

The Eat Bulaga! hosts are divided into pairs to compete in a one-day dance competition. Each pair must incorporate their own style to their performance, and may choose to include a celebrity guest and a well-known dance group in their production. The winner is determined by home viewers via SMS text voting.

Years: 2009

EB Dance Station is a dance contest for both male and female dance groups. The male dance groups must use the song "Calle Ocho" by Pitbull, while female dance groups must use the song "Diva" by Beyoncé. The emcees for the segment are DJs Mr. Fu and Sam Y.G. also known as Shivaker.

Years: 2019

It is a group dance contest that is part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. Groups consisting of members 15 years old and below dance to the several dance hits that was popularized through Eat Bulaga! in the 1980s.

The grand winner of this segment joins the other grand winners of the other revived segments for the Tatak Eat Bulaga! Grand Showdown.

Years: 2019–2020

It is a cheerleading dance contest for senior high school and college cheerleaders that is part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. Each cheerleading group or pep squad represents their respective schools, universities, and colleges. It showcases several dance hits that was popularized through Eat Bulaga! in the 1990s.

The grand winner of this segment joins the other grand winners of the other revived segments for the Tatak Eat Bulaga! Grand Showdown.

  • EBest: Eat Bulaga's Excellent Student Award
Years: 2009, 2013, 2017

EBest: Eat Bulaga's Excellent Student Award fetes thirty underprivileged but deserving elementary students from all over the country in 2009 as part of its thirtieth anniversary celebration and its gesture of paying back to the public who has supported the program all these years. With the help of Eat Bulaga!, the kids and their parents can be spared from daily expenses that high school education brings.[43]

A second batch of thirty EBest scholars are chosen again in 2013. The new batch will also receive financial help and educational assistance from the show throughout their four years in high school. In addition, the original batch are also invited back to be congratulated on their graduation from high school. However, Eat Bulaga!'s help does not end in high school as the students' story of hope and inspiration continues. The show has pledged its new commitment to send the students to college.[44]

In 2017, the original batch of EBest scholars are invited back to Eat Bulaga! as the students graduate from college one by one. The graduates retell their stories of and reveal the academic degrees that they have completed from their universities. The hosts congratulate the graduates and provide them a final gift to be used for their future endeavors.

Years: 2004–2006

Home viewers get a chance to win cash prizes and other giveaways by calling in to answer a question.[24] The title of the segment is a play on the famous quote "E.T. phone home" from the 1982 American film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.

Years: 2013

EB Gymeoke Exerci-Sing is a unique singing contest in which contestants must sing well while completing a specific workout using one of the gym equipments. The level of difficulty increases while completing the workout. Lance Serrano, an actor and a commercial model, became well known as the "Pambansang Gym Instructor ng Bayan" after his stint as the fitness instructor of the segment.[45]

Years: 2009

EB Heroes honors the civil accomplishments of several Filipinos who have been helping the underprivileged from far-flung faces. As part of its commitment to give back for its 30th anniversary celebration, Eat Bulaga! quietly searched the whole country to look for seemingly ordinary people whose contributions to society had been previously unheralded. Those people were declared as the unsung heroes of today and were given a small reward as a token of appreciation.[46]

Years: 2012, 2014

EB Kids' Dance Showdown is a one-day competition between four groups of child dancers. Each group is accompanied by an Eat Bulaga! host during their performance.

Years: 2010
  • EB MRT: Most Requested Trip
Years: 2008

EB MRT: Most Requested Trip is a game segment that is similar to musical chairs, except in a commuter train setting. Audience members and Eat Bulaga! hosts must dance before the on-screen display reveals the sitting position that they must do on the chairs once the music stops. Each round involves two people, one host and one audience member, per chair. The players who are left without a chair are eliminated from the game. One chair is then removed to ensure that there will always be two fewer chairs than there are players. The name of the segment is a word play on the acronym of the Metro Rail Transit System, the train system which the setting of the game is based on.

Years: 2013

Two groups of celebrity competitors face a series of exciting challenges and obstacles in the swimming pool. The group with the fastest time wins the game.

  • EB Super Dance: Bayanihan sa Sayawan
Years: 2012, 2013, 2014

EB Super Dance: Bayanihan sa Sayawan is a charity dance showdown between the hosts for the victims of the 2012 Visayas earthquake. Home viewers are asked to vote for the winner of the competition. The winner will then receive a large cash prize, which will be entirely donated to the town of the winner's choice. Meanwhile, the number of votes of the home viewers is converted into the amount of emergency preparedness kits that will be brought to the affected towns in Visayas.

  • EB Universe: The Ultimate Beauty Pageant
Years: 2011, 2017

EB Universe: The Ultimate Beauty Pageant is similar to the popular segment BEBOT: Binibini ng Eat Bulaga on Television, but is a closer parody of the Miss Universe pageant. With the exception of Paolo Ballesteros, all contestants are gay comedians who are dressed in drag. The highlight of the competition are the funny antics of the five contestants during the introductory portion, the talent portion, and the question-and-answer portion. The segment is fully scripted and the outcome of the competition is previously arranged.[47]

In 2017, the one-day segment was revived under a slightly modified title, Miss EB Universe, including the word "Miss" in the title and completely dropping the subtitle. There were only three contestants in the pageant: Allan K., Sinon Loresca, and Patricia Tumulak. This edition did not also include a talent portion. The pageant spoofed the 2016 Miss Universe pageant in which Steve Harvey returned to host the event after his notable error in Miss Universe 2015.

  • Electric Avenue Dance Contest
Years: 1997

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Electric Avenue" by White Man Can't Reggae from the album Bandung Baby after its release in 1997. It is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s.

  • Energen Dagdag Energy Dabarkads
Years: 2019

It is a subsegment of Zoombarangay: Zoombabait Ninyo, Thank You! sponsored by the energy drink brand Energen. The hosts will search for a certain studio audience who showed an energetic dance move. The chosen winner will win 5,000 pesos cash and a gift pack from the segment's sponsor.

  • English 101 with Jimmy Saints
Years: 2016

English 101 with Jimmy Saints is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. Well known for his broken English, Jimmy Santos translates Tagalog words and phrases into English as requested by some barangay residents. The number on the segment's title increases by one after each new episode.

Years: 2006

Eternity Acting Contest is an acting contest. Each day, two female contestants must act a scene from the film with a few Eat Bulaga! hosts. The contestants must portray Iza Calzado's role of Milagros with the hosts of Eat Bulaga! as their co-stars. The acting contest serves as a promotional segment for the 2006 romance film Eternity, which stars Dingdong Dantes and Iza Calzado. It is directed by Mark A. Reyes and produced by Regal Entertainment, Inc. The segment is one of the many acting contests created by the noontime show for promotional purposes.

Years: 1980
  • Eveready Sugod Sari-Sari Store
Years: 2018

It is a segment where the hosts of the Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol segment searches for a sari-sari store who sells multiple Eveready products on a certain barangay. The spotted sari-sari store will win a cash prize and gift packs from Eveready. The segment is sponsored by the battery brand Eveready.

Years: 1997

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" by the Backstreet Boys after its release in 1997.

  • Everybody Salsa Dance Contest
Years: (unknown)

Everybody Salsa Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!.

Years: 2005

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the brand Extra Joss.

Years: 2021

The Dabarkads Will Request The Throwback Episode Or Segment In The Facebook Page Of Eat Bulaga! Then Will Aired On TV And Live Streaming.

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Years: 2004

It is a singing contest with participants consisting of families. Four notable participants of the competition were the Cercado sisters, Almira, Irene, Mylene, and Celina Cercado, now popularly known as 4th Impact, who rose to prominence after getting the fifth place in the 12th series of X Factor UK.[48]

Years: 2003
  • Fast Forward Dance Contest
Years: 1985

Fast Forward Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! in the 1980s. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1985 movie Fast Forward which stars John Scott Clough and Don Franklin. Contestants must dance to the said movie's soundtracks such as the 1985 song "Breakin' Out" by Kip Lennon.

Years: 1997

Fat-Talbugan (alternatively spelled Fat-Talbugan) is a beauty pageant for overweight women. It is one of the first segments on local television that gave chubby and heavy people a chance to prove that big can also be beautiful.[49]

Years: 2000, 2001, 2009, 2019

Feeling Pogi is a "beauty" contest for less attractive men who have the guts and the talent to woo the viewers and to win the competition. The contestants must also name who they think their male celebrity look-alike is as part of their introduction. The segment is the original spoof of the signature Eat Bulaga! segment Mr. Pogi.

Its 2019 edition, which is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol, was revived for a limited engagement only, as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. The grand winner of this edition joins the other grand winners of the other revived segments for the Tatak Eat Bulaga! Grand Showdown.

Years: 2001

It is a contest for overweight women and a revival of the Fat-Talbugan segment. One notable contestant of the contest is the Miss Talent and third-runner-up winner of the 2001 edition, comedienne Boobsie Wonderland.

Years: 1998

Find Your Luck is a game segment that involves oversized playing cards and two players. Both players are given a grid of cards. The goal of the game is to luckily pick a card that is higher than the opponent's. The cards are flipped to reveal the number, and the player with the higher value wins the round.

  • FHHM: For Healthy and Heavy Models Only
Years: 2014

FHHM: For Healthy and Heavy Models Only is a beauty pageant for plus-size women who are voluptuously beautiful and talented.[49] The segment is a reincarnation of the segment Fat-Talbugan. The grand finalists of the competition became known as Sixbomb Dancers for their stint as the dancers in the revival of the segment Laban o Bawi. The name of the segment is a spoof of FHM, a men's magazine that has customarily featured sexy models on its front cover.[50]

Years: 1983

Flashback is an early music competition. One notable contestant is television newscaster Arnold Clavio whose band played as The Beatles. Unfortunately, they lost.[51]

Years: 2013

Flip Eat: Filipino Rap is a rap battle competition for aspiring Filipino rap groups. Since the segment was created at the beginning of the Filipino Christmas season, the lyrics of the rap songs must be Christmas-related.

Years: 1984

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "Footloose" by Kenny Loggins after its release in 1984. It is one of the show's dance contests in the 1980s.[52]

  • Forever My Love Acting Contest
Years: 2004

The segment is one of the several acting contests created by Eat Bulaga!. It serves as a promotional segment for the 2004 romantic drama film Forever My Love, which stars Oyo Boy Sotto and Nadine Samonte. Contestants must act a scene from the film with a few Eat Bulaga! hosts.

Years: (unknown)

Freaky Dance is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!.[9]

  • Fuji-YKL Doble Photo Panalo, Doble Papremyo
Years: 1992–1993

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the Japanese photography brand Fujifilm and its Philippine distributor YKL.

  • Fundador I like it! Raffle Bonanza
Years: 1997

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the liquor brand Fundador.

  • Funk Attack Dance Contest
Years: 1981

Funk Attack Dance Contest is one of the many dance contests created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s.

Years: 1982
Years: 1981
Years: 1982

Futuristic Dance Contest is one of the many dance contests created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s. Contestants must dance to the 1981 song "Pac-Man Fever" by the American musical duo Buckner & Garcia.

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Years: 2004

Ganda ng Pare Ko is a reality-based personality contest for homosexual individuals. Beauty and brains are two important criteria for the contest, but the contestants must also face a series of challenges in order to determine the winner of the segment.

  • Gawin Mong Moment With Coca-Cola
Years: 2020–present

It is a segment at the barangay sponsored by Coca-Cola. It has a similar concept with the What's Ur Ulam? segment back in the early 2010s, also sponsored by the same sponsor. Several residents from the barangay as participants will be presenting their homemade meals, each participants has their own respective numbers that will be used for the raffle. The hosts will then choose randomly a one random number, and the participant which has the chosen number will be the segment's winner, dubbed by the segment as HuliFam (a parody of the Filipino slang HuliCam.) The participant will then choose one of the four envelopes, which is represented by the letters C, O, K, and E, for the participant's prize; each envelope containing a cash prize, the highest possible prize being 20,000 pesos.

Years: 1980s, 1993–1994, 1996

Gaya-Gaya, Puto Maya is the original lip sync impersonation contest for impersonators who can imitate the look and the moves of a local or foreign personality. In the talent portion, the contestants will lip sync the singing voice of the celebrity who they are trying to impersonate. The name of the segment is based on the Filipino phrase that is commonly used to mock someone who is trying to copy someone else.

Years: 1995

Gaya-Gaya Kaya? is a lip sync impersonation contest for impersonators who can imitate the appearance and the behavior of a local or foreign personality. The segment is one of the several reincarnations of the segment Gaya-Gaya, Puto Maya.

  • GCash Pamaskong Pa-Buenas
Years: 2006

It is a text promo for the Christmas season sponsored by the Philippine telecommunications company Globe Telecom. Prizes include ten thousand pesos GCash for the daily prize and one million pesos for the grand draw.

Years: 1998[17]
  • Get Up! Go Insane! Dance Contest
Years: 1999

It is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s. Contestants dance to the 1997 song "Get Up! Go Insane!" by British DJs Stretch & Vern.

  • GGSS: Gayang-Gaya! Siyang-Siya!
Years: 2014–2015

GGSS: Gayang-Gaya, Siyang Siya! is a lip sync impersonation contest for contestants who are judged on how good they can copy the look of their chosen local or foreign celebrity. The segment is one of the several reincarnations of the segment Gaya Gaya, Puto Maya.[53]

  • Ghostbusters Dance Contest
Years: 1980s

Ghostbusters Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!. Contestants dance to the 1984 song "Ghostbusters". The dance contest also serves as a promotional segment for the 1984 film Ghostbusters.[9]

  • Girl Power Dance Challenge
Years: 2014

Girl Power Dance Challenge is a one-day dance showdown between female Eat Bulaga! hosts Ruby Rodriguez, Pauleen Luna, Julia Clarete, and Isabelle Daza. Each competitor may display different styles of dancing and is accompanied by a well-known dance group.[54]

  • Give Love on Christmas Day
Years: 1980s, early to mid-2000s, 2016, 2017

Give Love on Christmas Day is a segment that fulfills the simple wishes and dreams of the needy during the Christmas season.

One notable event from the segment was from an Eat Bulaga! episode on December 16, 2006 where a little girl wished to see the SexBomb Girls perform on Eat Bulaga!. It initiated the return of the said dance group to the show, after leaving the noontime show months earlier of that same year due to a rift with both SexBomb Girls and Eat Bulaga!'s managements.

Years: 2017

It is a special edition of the Give Love on Christmas Day segment on January 2, 2017, during Alden Richards' 25th birthday celebration. Four wishers from the studio audience are chosen where their wishes are granted.

  • Give Love on New Year's Day
Years: 2018

It is the new year's edition of the Give Love on Christmas Day segment.

Years: 2018

It is the post-Christmas season edition of the Give Love on Christmas Day segment.

Years: 2004

It is a promotional segment sponsored by the Philippine mobile network Globe.

Years: 1996
Years: 2016

Brave studio audience members get to do a 40-second audition showcasing their talents to the voting audience for the chance to become the next big star.[55]

  • Great Taste Kapeng Panalo Raffle Promo
Years: 2018

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the coffee brand Great Taste.

Years: 1997–1998
Years: 2007

It is a guessing game segment and a reincarnation of the Guhit Bulaga segment. The EB Hosts are divided into two groups: Blue and Yellow. In the game, the picturist obtains their phrase by first popping any of the balloons on the floor. Each balloon contains a phrase that the picturist must then draw. The picturist uses a touchscreen and a stylus to draw their picture. The drawing screen is mirrored to a larger screen so the audience and the players could see the display content. The players are given 60 seconds to guess the word. The players alternatively drew a star to indicate if the phrase is English and a quick outline of the Philippine flag if it is Tagalog.

Years: 1996

Guhit Bulaga is a guessing game segment which involves a picturist and word-guessers. The picturist must draw the words or phrases using a marker on a pad paper that is vertically hung on a stand so the word-guessers and the audience could see, while the word-guessers must figure them out from the picturist's visual clues under a certain time limit.

The segment has several reincarnations throughout the years, with the mechanics of several reincarnations slightly tweaked and added several challenges and twists, such as GuhEat Bulaga! in 2007 and Guhit Bulaga Plus in 2018.

Years: 2019

It is a guessing game segment during Saturdays and a reincarnation of the Guhit Bulaga segment. The segment's mechanics is revised from the original edition. The EB Hosts will be divided into two groups: Blue and Yellow. The twist of the game is that one picturist and one guesser will be chosen per group for each round, and the rest of the members will be blindfolded except for the picturist and the guesser. The picturist is at the barangay while the guesser is at the studio. The picturist will be given a word or a phrase which he or she must draw on a whiteboard, the category won't be given to the guesser; the sole guesser must guess what is the exact word or phrase he or she is drawing or sketching under 1 minute. They will be given automatically 5 points if they guessed the correct answer, but there's a catch, the guesser can ask one of his or her teammate for help, that teammate will then remove his or her blindfold and also help in guessing the word or phrase, but there will be a 2-point deduction from the 5 point score; the guesser can ask for 2 teammates for help. If the group manage to guess the word or phrase with the sole guesser, the group will get 5 points, if the group manage to guess the word or phrase with 2 guessers, the group will get 3 points, if the group manage to guess the word or phrase with 3 guessers, the group will get 1 point, and the group. won't be getting a point if the guessers failed to guess the word or phrase under 1 minute for each round. The group with the highest score will be the winner.

Years: 2018–2019

It is a guessing game segment and a reincarnation of the Guhit Bulaga segment. The segment's mechanics is revised from the original edition. Picturists are now able to draw on several drawing platforms: a pad paper, a blackboard, a whiteboard, and a touch screen. Aside from the main format, it also adds several challenges and twists for the picturist such as: wearing an eyepatch called Aling Ysing Eye before drawing, spinning while bowing the head on a baseball bat for three times before drawing, two picturists drawing as partners while handcuffed with each other, wearing a special goggles before drawing, using a marker that sticks on a long stick to draw on the whiteboard that is on a higher height, using a thermometer pen that the picturist must place on his or her armpit while drawing, using a jumbo pencil while drawing on a pad paper, using the picturist's pinky finger while drawing on a touch screen, and the regular variant where the picturist can draw on any drawing platforms of his or her choosing without additional challenges. There are two editions: Weekday Edition, and Saturday Edition.

In the Weekday Edition, The EB Host or Feature who will be assigned to draw will pick a person from the Broadway audience from each color team (red, yellow, green, or blue). The guesser will be given the category as a clue for the word or phrase that the picturist will draw, the picturist will draw, and the Broadway audience guesser must guess the word under 45 seconds. Whoever team has the fastest time in guessing wins the limited edition Eat Bulaga! T-shirts.

In the Saturday Edition, the EB Hosts will be divided into two groups: Blue and Yellow. For each group, one member will be chosen and will be given a word or a phrase which he or she must draw on a blackboard or a whiteboard or a paper or a touch screen; his or her group mates must guess what is the exact word or phrase he or she is drawing or sketching under 1 minute, each right guess will add one point to the group. While guessers are given a category as a clue on the Weekday Edition, the category wasn't given as a clue to the guessers on the Saturday Edition as an added challenge. The group who accumulated the highest score will be the winner.

Years: 1999

Guhit Bulinggit is a drawing contest in the late 1990s for children. For the home viewers, they sent their artworks to Broadway Centrum or to TAPE Office.

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  • Habang Kapiling Ka Singing and Acting Contest
Years: 2002

It is both a singing contest and an acting contest for contestants who must sing the song "Kahit Na" which is the theme song of GMA Primetime soap Habang Kapiling Ka.

Years: 2003
Years: 2011–2014

One lucky studio audience member has the opportunity to win cash prize based on the weight of the coins that they will scoop and transfer from any of the coin basins to the weighing scale in the center of the stage. The player has 60 seconds to perform the task.[56]

Years: 2016

Hakot Pa More! is a reincarnation of the former segment Hakot All You Can, with a few changes. One audience member has the opportunity to win a cash prize based on the weight of the coins that they scoop and transfer from any of the six coin basins to the weighing scale in the center of the stage. After the first 30 seconds, one member of the That's My Baes will assist the contestant in gathering more coins for the remaining 30 seconds on the timer. The LCD display that shows the current weight of the coins is also covered after the first thirty seconds. Four studio audience members must guess the weight of the coins in order to also win cash prize. The closest guess without going over the actual weight wins more cash prize than the other three players.

Years: 2015-2016

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  • Halls: Take One Acting Contest
Years: 1979

It is one of the first ever segments of Eat Bulaga! in 1979, and it is the first ever acting contest of Eat Bulaga!, sponsored by the throat lozenge brand Halls.

  • Hamon At Keso At Maraming Pamasko! Tenk U,
Years: December 2007

It is a special Christmas season portion in-between commercial breaks where the contestants must complete the missing lyrics from several Christmas songs and text their answer from their cellphones in order to win a prize.

  • Happy Fiesta: Palaro ni Mayor
Years: 2019

It is a party game segment. The weekday edition is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol, and the Saturday edition is a standalone segment.

Players will play several games. One of those games is the Marshmallow Challenge where the players must eat a hanging marshmallow using their big toe while sitting on a chair to control the thread that the marshmallow hangs onto; the first player to successfully eat the marshmallow wins. Another game is the Tinapay Challenge, which has the same format with the Marshmallow Challenge but uses a bread instead of a marshmallow. Another game is the Pitik Kalamansi Challenge where the players must spin for three to five times and then flicking the calamansi fruit using their finger while covering their one eye; the player who successfully flicks the calamansi fruit wins.

The weekday edition feature several children from the barangay as players. The Saturday edition feature the Eat Bulaga! Dabarkads, and sometimes celebrity guests, as players, in which they were divided into two groups: the Blue team, and the Yellow team; where the team with the highest score wins.

Years: 2005

It is a group dance contest.

Years: 1982
Years: 2015

HBD is a portion in which viewers can send messages and photos to greet their loved ones a happy birthday on-air. The segment is presented by Patricia Tumulak.[57]

Years: 1994–1995

Aspiring rock and metal bands across the country compete for a chance to win a large cash prize and a recording contract with OctoArts Music The contest was hosted by Fire, the duo of singers Ana and Soraya.[58]

Years: 1991, 1992, 1994, 1998

Heart to Get is a reality dating game segment every February during the 1990s in time for Valentine's Day. The segment aims to find a perfect partner from a pool of romantic interests for an eligible bachelor. Each candidate will go through a series of challenges and questions to test the compatibility with the bachelor. The bachelor will ultimately decide which candidate he or she would go on a date with.

Years: (unknown)[9]
  • Hello Afrika Dance Contest
Years: 1991

It is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1990 song "Hello Afrika" by Sweden-based musician and producer Dr. Alban.

Years: 1998

Hello Telephone? is an interactive telephone game segment in the mid-1990s.

  • Here Comes The Hammer Dance Contest
Years: 1991

It is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1990 song Here Comes the Hammer by American hip hop recording artist MC Hammer, along with other songs by MC Hammer such as the 1990 song U Can't Touch This.

Years: 1980s
Years: 1998

He's So Kaka is a beauty contest for men who are handsome and talented. The segment is a reincarnation of the segment Mr. Pogi. One notable contestant is actor Danilo Barrios who joined the contest in 1998 and became its grand winner.

Years: (unknown)[9]
  • High Society Girl Dance Contest
Years: 1983

High Society Girl Dance Contest is one of the many dance contests created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s. The contestants must dance to the 1983 song "High Society Girl" by the Danish electronic music duo group Laid Back.[59]

Years: 2002

Hi-Lo Todo Panalo is a game segment that involves oversized playing cards. In a row of cards, players must guess whether the next card is higher or lower than the previous one. The game continues as long as the player guesses correctly. The segment is based on the American television game show Card Sharks.

  • Himig Pag-Ibig (Songwriting Contest)
Years: 1980

The first iteration of Himig Pag-Ibig is Eat Bulaga!'s first ever songwriting contest during the Valentine's season, in which songwriters must compose and write a love song. The winning piece is the song, composed by Boyet Palisoc, titled Bakit Ba Ganyan; the song will later be popularized by Dina Bonnevie.

  • Himig Pag-Ibig (Singing Contest)
Years: 1983, 1985, 1992

The second iteration of Himig Pag-Ibig is a singing contest for Valentine's Day in which pairs sing popular love songs.

  • Hinahanap-hanap kita Acting Contest
Years: 1999

The segment is one of the several acting contests created by Eat Bulaga!. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1999 film Hinahanap-hanap kita.

  • Hinukay Ko Na Ang Libingan Mo! Acting Contest
Years: 1991

The segment is one of the several acting contests created by Eat Bulaga!. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1991 film Hinukay Ko Na Ang Libingan Mo!.

  • Holiday Rap Dance Contest
Years: 1986

It is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s. Contestants must dance to the 1986 song "Holiday Rap" by Dutch hip hop duo MC Miker G & DJ Sven.

Years: 1980s

Hot Summer Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s.

Years: 2016

Several people who were taken from the studio audience must each pick one of the That's My Baes. Each member of the That's My Baes is holding a cellphone. Only one of those cellphones has the correct number to call Maine Mendoza. The lucky person who picked the correct cellphone advances to the jackpot round. In the jackpot round, the player is presented with a row of tablets that contains one number. The player must guess whether the next tablet has a higher, lower, or the number than the previous one. The jackpot round has the same format as the former segment Hi-Lo Todo Panalo. The theme music of the segment is "Hotline Bling" by Canadian rapper Drake, which the name of the segment is also based on.[60]

  • Housie House '96 Dance Contest
Years: 1996

Housie House '96 Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s. Contestants dance to several songs, such as the 1995 song "Beautiful Life" by Swedish band Ace of Base.

Years: 1992
Years: 1992, 1993, 1994, 1999

Humanap Ka ng Pang-Eat is a competition for aspiring stand-up comedians. The contestants tell humorous stories, jokes, and one-liners to make the audience laugh. They may also use props and music to enhance their acts.

Years: 2019

It is a Facebook promo for the entire month of June 2019 that is part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. Certain requirements will be provided during the show. Participants watching on television must comment the correct answer, along with a code that will be given by the program and a selfie picture on the television while watching the Rush 4 Win Philippines: Slippery Stairs segment, on the designated Facebook post from the official Facebook page of Eat Bulaga! under a certain time limit. Audience from the studio will also have a chance to join the promo. A total of 40 participants will be chosen, for the entire month of June 2019. Prizes include 4 motorcycles.

  • Hybrid 5 Cooking Chicken Contest
Years: (unknown)[61]
Years: 2018, 2020

A subsegment of Juan For All, All For Juan, it is a talent contest in the barangay wherein 2 to 3 children (mostly under the age of 12) will participate to shown their own distinctive talents. The winner is given gift packs from the show's sponsors and Php10,000. In the next round, 72 daily winners were clustered together into seven groups, each group having 2 EB Dabarkads coaches. For this round, the daily winners showcased their talents, where 2 competitors, from each cluster, were chosen to represent their respective clusters to the next round: the intercluster competition. For the intercluster competition, it is divided into two rounds. For each round, one of the seven cluster's two representatives will perform, the other one on the second round. Within those two rounds, nine winners were chosen. The nine winners will advance for the intercluster grand finals round of the competition, where five finalists will be chosen. The five finalists will advance and compete for the grand showdown of the competition.

Its 2020 edition, which is already its own segment, was revived for a limited engagement only, as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. The grand winner of this edition joins the other grand winners of the other revived segments for the Tatak Eat Bulaga! Grand Showdown.

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  • I Keep On Saying Dance Contest
Years: 1998

The dance contest serves as a promotional segment for the song "I Keep On Saying" by Filipino pop rock band Nexxus after its release in 1998.

  • I Like You Dance-Alike Contest
Years: (unknown)

I Like You Dance-Alike Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga!.[9]

  • I Watch Eat Facebook Promo
Years: 2013

It is a Facebook promo where the contestants must send their photos showing them watching Eat Bulaga! on TV on the official Eat Bulaga! Facebook page. The prizes for the winners are 2 Eat Bulaga! T-shirts, 5 SOS (Sandata on Sakuna,) and 5 Dabarkads Pass (tickets to watch at the Eat Bulaga! studio.)

Years: (unknown)[9]
Years: 2002

Idol of the People is a talent contest to discover the idol of the people in singing and dancing. The segment is divided into two categories: singing category and dancing category. Two acts (one in each category) will win in the grand finals.

Years: (unknown)

It was one of the many segments of Eat Bulaga!. One discovery of that segment was comedian and singer Blakdyak.

Years: 2003

It is a basketball shooting segment.[62]

Years: (unknown)[9]
Years: 2016

Inday Henyo is a subsegment of Kalyeserye. It is a cooking competition for barangay residents who have their own unique recipes to traditional Filipino dishes. Each contestant prepares one dish over the course of the episode, taking the audience through the inspiration, preparation, and stages of cooking. The segment is set up like a traditional cooking show, except there are two contestants in each episode. Inday Henyo is integrated into the storyline of Kalyeserye as a contest to look for a new housemaid suitable for the newly married AlDub.

Years: 1979

It is one of the first ever segments of Eat Bulaga! in 1979. It is a quiz segment in which the contestant who can provide the wittiest answers to the given questions will win.

  • Invitation To Dance: Search For Eat Bulaga! Dancers
Years: 1980s
Years: 1990, 1991, 1995, 2001, 2013

Ikaw at Echo is an impersonation contest at the turn of the millennium for contestants who can imitate the look and the singing voice of a local or foreign celebrity. The segment is similar to the concept of the segment Gaya Gaya, Puto Maya, but the contestants of Ikaw at Echo must use their real voice during their performance instead of lip syncing. One notable contestant who joined the contest was Mitoy Yonting who, a few years after joining the Rockstar 2 Bakit? Sing-Alike Contest in Eat Bulaga!, joined Ikaw at Echo in the same show where he managed to reach to the grand finals.

In 2013, the segment was revived under a new name, Ikaw at Echo: Ka-Voice ni Idol, to further emphasize the voice impersonation aspect of the competition.

  • In Your Eyes Acting Contest
Years: 2010

The segment is one of the several acting contests created by Eat Bulaga!. It serves as a promotional segment for the 2010 romantic drama film In Your Eyes, which stars Claudine Barreto, Anne Curtis, and Richard Gutierrez. Contestants must act a scene from the film with a few Eat Bulaga! hosts.

Years: 2005

I Object, Your Honor is a special segment that tests the cleverness and originality of the Eat Bulaga! hosts. The hosts are divided into two teams. In each round, both teams are given one specific object. Each group will take turns to think of and to act out a clever use for that object by realizing what other objects it might resemble. For instance, a closed umbrella roughly resembles a sword or a walking cane. The team must then act out its new function. At the end of each round, the judges decide which team had the cleverest ideas.

  • I Object: #NasaanAngHustisya?
Years: 2015

It is a revival of the I Object, Your Honor segment. It added an Internet meme to the segment title to make it more relevant to the youth.

  • Irene Cara Dance-a-like Contest
Years: 1980s
Years: 2010–present

It is a special project annually held during Bossing Vic Sotto's birthday, where Vic requests for the viewers and audience to donate pencils and notebooks that will be given to the children that are in need of school materials. The project starts from the summer season until the beginning of a school year.

Years: 1987

Isang Milyong Pangarap is a raffle draw sponsored by Ginebra San Miguel Añejo Rum.

Years: 1996

The segment is one of the several acting contests created by Eat Bulaga!. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1996 film Istokwa, which stars Mark Anthony Fernandez, G. Toengi, and Spencer Reyes.

Years: 2018–present

It is one of the advocacy and eco-friendly projects of Eat Bulaga!. Continuing from their Plastic ni Juan project, EB launched the Istraw ni Juan project, with the tagline: "Istraw ni Juan, Hindi Plastic!", for providing washable and reusable metal straws in exchange for plastic bottles, in effect encouraging people to use reusable metal straws instead of using plastic straws, to help in protecting the earth's nature.

Years: (unknown)[9]
  • I'll Be There For You Singing Contest
Years: 1998

It is a singing contest where the contestants must sing the 1998 hit song "I'll Be There for You" by The Moffatts. During the contest's grand finals, The Moffatts themselves were invited to the show as judges for the competition.

  • I'm Too Sexy Dance Contest
Years: 1992

It is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s. Contestants dance to the 1991 song "I'm Too Sexy" by British band Right Said Fred.

  • I'm So Excited Dance Contest
Years: early 1980s

It is one of the many dance contests created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1980s. The contestants must dance to the 1982 song "I'm So Excited" by the American vocal group The Pointer Sisters.

Years: (unknown)[9]
Years: 2015

I-Search Na Yan is a home viewer portion where home viewers have a chance to win cash and other prizes. Ryzza Mae Dizon asks a question related to Philippine history or current events, and people can use any resource, such as an encyclopedia or an electronic source, to find the correct answer.

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Years: 2017

Jackpot En Poy is a game segment based on the children's game rock–paper–scissors. Four players are paired to compete in the three-round segment. In the first round, the first pair plays against each other until one player wins three times (thrice). The next pair then plays against each other in the second round. The winners from the first two rounds then compete against each other to finally determine the ultimate winner. The winner of the game then moves on to the final round. In the final round, the player is presented with several Dabarkads, each holding different amounts of cash prize. The player will then pick three Dabarkads who he or she will play rock–paper–scissors against. The player goes against them one at a time. If the player wins against any of the Eat Bulaga! host, he or she will win the cash prize.

Years: (unknown)[9]
Years: 1980s
  • John Denver: Sunshine Singing Contest
Years: 1980s
  • Juan for All, All for Juan
Years: 2005, 2010–present

Originally developed in 2005 to simply show that barangay residents across the country are tuned in to the show, Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol returned in 2010 and has evolved into one of the most iconic segments of Eat Bulaga!. The segment shows the true purpose of Eat Bulaga! — to help less fortunate Filipinos and to give happiness to every Filipinos who supported the show throughout the years. It is collaboratively hosted by the barangay hosts and the studio hosts. The panel of hosts in the studio commonly consists of Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto, Joey de Leon, and Allan K.. The segment is divided into two parts: Sugod Bahay and Barangay Bayanihan.[63]

The first part is Sugod Bahay, which features different lives of ordinary Filipinos and awards them with financial help for a new chance to realize their hopes and dreams. It is primarily hosted by Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, Paolo Ballesteros, and Maine Mendoza. Each day, one lucky barangay resident is randomly chosen by the hosts. A studio host draws an entry from a box containing registration forms and calls the phone number to confirm the lucky winner's name and address. The barangay hosts then go to the home address to meet the lucky winner. The winner then shares his life story to the hosts, such as family, occupation, love life, health, and financial status. Throughout the interview, the hosts comically makes funny remarks to keep the conversation lighthearted and entertaining. The winner will then receive a variety of gifts and prizes from the sponsors of the segment, including a cellphone, appliances, grocery items, and a raffle entry for a chance to win a house and lot. Aside from the sponsor's gifts, the winner receives a large financial aid from the show itself.[64]

The second part is Barangay Bayanihan, which aims to promote a communal effort to maintain order and peace while more barangay residents are given the chance to win, hence the Filipino term "bayanihan." It is primarily hosted by Anjo Yllana and Jimmy Santos. All who wish to be eligible to win must bring specific items that the hosts mention and must then race to the numbered spots laid out on the streets in under a minute. The studio hosts pick a random number. The person standing on that number and the three next numbers receive cash prizes and gift packs from the show and its sponsors. The line with the most behaved people, dubbed as the "Bayanihan Line", receives an additional cash prize. In the event of bad weather, the studio hosts select seven entries. The seven winners must each bring plastic bottles and their registration forms to receive a cash prize. This applies to the chosen barangay of the day. For it to qualify, it must be well-organized, clean and well-behaved. Everyday a barangay is added to the list of "qualified" barangays, eventually summing up to more or less 20 barangays for the month. Otherwise, just one violation of the said requirements means the disqualification of that barangay. After each month, the hosts choose three barangays who will win a special prize based on their rank, with the best barangay winning the grand prize and the title of Barangay Bayanihan.[56]

After the Kalyeserye phenomenon, the portion is alternatively held on the Broadway Centrum instead in the barangay for security reasons, usually on Saturdays or special occasions. This alternate portion is redundant after Kalyeserye ended.

As an effort to bring Eat Bulaga! closer to the Filipino people, Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol has developed a variety of subsegments during its long run. The subsegments range from talent contests to ad-lib soap operas and may usually involve participation of barangay residents. Notable subsegments include Suffer Sireyna, That's My Tambay, Problem Solving, and Kalyeserye.

On October 21, 2019, the segment was completely revamped. One of the audience from the studio will be chosen as winner for the segment. A studio host will pick a registration form including the viewer's name and contact number. The winner will go to a room at the backstage with the studio hosts. The format is the same as in Sugod Bahay, in sharing the winner's life story and will receive various prizes and rewards from sponsors.

On March 9, 2020, as a result of temporarily suspending the admission of a live audience at the studio due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines, the segment was slightly reformatted. The segment will choose its winner from a home-viewer. Participants must comment the correct code (that will be shown for the duration of the show) with the correct format and post a selfie picture while watching Eat Bulaga! on a television on the designated Facebook post on the official Eat Bulaga! Facebook page; participants will only have a time limit of 10 minutes, from the time the designated post was posted on Facebook, to post their entry. The chosen winner will then be called by Eat Bulaga! through a Facebook video call and will be featured in the segment.

On June 15, 2020, a week after the show returned live, it was reformatted as Juan for All, All for Juan: Agad-Agad!, wherein hosts will receive cash money and later, GMA Affordabox.

On June 10, 2021, via the show's Facebook page, the show announced that it will be reformatted on 11 June 2021 as Cash Landing on You: Juan for All, All for Juan.

Years: 2019

It is a Facebook promo for the entire month of July 2019 that is part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. Eat Bulaga! will show a certain scene from an old Eat Bulaga! episode and a question from the shown scene will be provided during the show. Participants watching on television must comment the correct answer, along with a code that will be given by the program, on the designated Facebook post from the official Facebook page of Eat Bulaga! under a certain time limit. A total of 40 participants will be chosen, for the entire month of July 2019. Prizes include 2 House and Lots from Bria Homes.

  • Jump Brother Jump Shot Photo Contest
Years: 2011

It is a photo contest where contestants must send their photos doing a jump shot on the official Eat Bulaga! Facebook page. Among the finalists, the photo with the most likes on the EB Facebook page will win the grand prize. It serves as a promotion for the 2011 novelty song Jump Brother by Jose Manalo and Wally Bayola featuring Elmo Magalona.

Years: (unknown)[9]
Years: 2016

Contestants get to have a split screen duet with a well-known local singer, usually one of their favorite performers. Their celebrity partner is chosen for them in the daily round, which will be their companion for the rest of the competition. Beginning in the semi-finals, the competitors get to have an actual live duet with their celebrity partners, which will last until the grand finals.[65]

  • Just Got Lucky Dance Contest
Years: 1980s

Just Got Lucky Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! in the 1980s. It serves as a promotional segment for the 1983 song "Just Got Lucky" by the British band JoBoxers.

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  • Kabarangay Dance Showdown
Years: 2008

Kabarangay Dance Showdown is a preliminary round to decide which dance group will represent the National Capital Region (NCR) in the Nationwide Kabarangay Dance Showdown. From the many groups that auditioned off-air, only five dance groups were chosen to compete in the one-day dance showdown live on Eat Bulaga!. Each group is accompanied by an Eat Bulaga! host to show off their best hip-hop moves. The winner will represent NCR in the grand finals and will compete against representatives of Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.

Years: 2018, 2020

It is a public service project of the program was first unveiled in 2018 in time for the show's 40th anniversary the following year, its mission is to help the less fortunate with a small businesses.

During the coronavirus pandemic. Eat Bulaga! will be selling the Eat Bulaga! Silver Special DVDs for 1,500 pesos. The funds will go to small businesses highly affected by the quarantine such as taho vendors, carinderia owners, and junk shop owners.

Years: 2015

#KaFez is a beauty contest to honor mothers for Mother's Day. Mothers and daughters who are look-alikes talk about their relationship and showcase their talent.

Years: 2007[9]
Years: 2009–2010

Kahit Sino Pwede! is a talent segment for contestants of all ages who have an amazing skill or talent. The segment can be considered as a continuation of the previous talent segment Kakaibang Bida, but its name emphasizes that anyone can join the competition.[66]

Years: 2009

Kakaibang Bida is a talent segment that features magicians, comedians, contortionists, jugglers, and other performers with unique talents.[67]

  • Kaliwa o Kanan: Wave, Wave, Wave! Win, Win, Win!
Years: 2012–2013

Kaliwa o Kanan: Wave, Wave, Wave! Win, Win, Win! is an interactive video game for the studio audience. The entire studio audience are divided into three teams each with one leader. The entire team must wave their hands to control the vehicle in one minute. Each team must control the vehicle to collect coins that increases its score and to avoid traffic cones that reduces its score. The winner is the team with the highest score. In case of a tie, the lowest number of cones hit in the game will determine the winner. Three people from the winning team are selected to earn a cash prize.[68]

Years: 2015–2016

Kalyeserye is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. It revolves around the love story of Alden Richards and Maine Mendoza as the fictional couple known as AlDub, accompanied by the comic triumvirate of Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola, and Paolo Ballesteros as the three grandmothers. Initially started as vignette characters for Problem Solving, the concept of the previous segment morphed into a live impromptu soap opera parody due to the chemistry and drama between Mendoza and Richards. This entirely new concept was eventually entitled Kalyeserye.[69] Popular characters popularized by the segment include Yaya Dub, Lola Nidora, Lola Tidora, Lola Tinidora, and Frankie Arenoli.

The segment went on hiatus in September 2016, but returned shortly after a month in October 2016. The segment's new season is no longer part of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol, and is revived as a standalone segment. The second season ended in December 2016 and once again went on hiatus.

Years: 1990s
  • KaPalaro: Palarong Pang Barangay
Years: 2017

KaPalaro: Palarong Pang Barangay is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d'Pipol. Competitors from the barangay of the day play a modified version of the game potato sack race called "sack and field, field and sack". Unlike the traditional rules of the game, the players are crouched down inside a sack that reaches up to their neck. With helmets on, the players must hop from the starting point to the finish line. They must hop forwards in the first half of the playing field, and then hop backwards in the last half of the field. The first player to reach the finish line and follow the rules of the game wins.

  • Kap's Book of Amazing True Love Stories
Years: 2017, 2018

Kap's Book of Amazing True Love Stories is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. It is a special segment for the love season in which barangay residents share their love stories live on television.

  • Kap's Book of Amazing Beauty Tips
Years: 2017

Kap's Book of Amazing Beauty Tips is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. It is a segment in which the hosts provide beauty tips for barangay residents who have beauty problems. The segment features the Internet sensation Jinky Cubillan, also known as Madam Kilay.

Years: 2002
Years: 1995–1996
Years: 1997-1998, 2009

Kaserola ng Kabayanan is a segment that gives out different prizes hidden inside casserole dishes. The segment's caravan travels all across the country to bring the segment to the Filipino people.[70]

Years: 1979–1982

Kaserola ng Kayamanan is one of the first segments of Eat Bulaga during its debut in 1979. The contestant is presented with five cooking pans and must arrange all of five of them to win the jackpot prize of 10,000 pesos.[15] Throughout the jackpot round, the host makes cash offers that would make the player think if he'll go through with the game for a chance to win the jackpot prize or withdraw with the offer. It started the trend of giving out big cash prizes and gave rise to future segments like Meron o Wala and Laban o Bawi.[52]

  • Ka-Voice: Boses Lang ang Puhunan
Years: 2015

Ka-Voice: Boses Lang ang Puhunan is a subsegment of Juan for All, All for Juan: Bayanihan of d' Pipol. Contestants imitate different voices of well-known local and international celebrities, athletes, political figures, newscasters, and cartoon characters.[71]

Years: 2011

Three Eat Bulaga! hosts travel to a particular community to search for a person whose weight exactly matches the weight that they are looking for on that day. The lucky person will be brought to the studio to face three challenges: Good, Better and Best. The Good round deals with an easy trivia question. The Better round deals with a 60-second physical challenge against a studio audience member. The Best round deals with a very easy trivia question. The player is provided with a lifeline to aid him or her with difficult questions.

Years: 2008

Kaya Mo Ba To? is the revival of the former segment Kayang-Kaya Mo 'To, but a few changes were made: the clue-giver is not required to give clues in English and is given only 90 seconds for the game. Like the former segment, the guesser must guess each word based on the verbal cues that the clue-giver provides. The verbal clues are any descriptions, words, and phrases that are related to the word. However, the clue-giver may not say a direct translation of the word, give its antonym, state the first letter the word starts with, or say part of the word in the clue. The clue-giver may not also use hand gestures to give clues. The pair with the most words guessed wins.

Years: 2004–2005

Kaya Mo 'To!?! is a word guessing quiz segment. The game is divided into three rounds and begins with four contestants. In the first round, each contestant must guess one word. The hosts provide five clues of increasing ease and knowability and of decreasing score value. The first clue is difficult and perplexing but is worth the most points, while the last clue is easy and obvious but is worth the fewest points. Each contestant will be given five seconds to answer for each clue given. The two players with the most points advance to the next round. In the second round, the two players must guess the same set of words within 30 seconds. Only one clue will be given by the hosts for each word. The player with the most words guessed goes to the jackpot round. The jackpot round is a quiz round that has a similar format as the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

Years: 2010
Years: 2005–2006

Kayang-Kaya Mo 'To is a word guessing game that has a similar concept as the Hasbro game Catch Phrase. Pairs are given 3 minutes to guess as much words as they can. The guesser must guess each word based on the verbal cues that the clue-giver provides. Verbal clues are any descriptions, words, and phrases that are related to the word. However, the clue-giver must only say his clues in English, and must neither state the first letter the word begins with nor say part of the word in the clue (e.g. describing "shower curtain" with the word "shower"). Hand gestures are also not allowed to describe the word. The pair with the most words guessed wins.

Years: 2010

Keri Mo Pre?! is one of the two spin-offs from the segment Keri Mo Teh?!. It is a one-day challenge segment for three male celebrities who will compete in unusual challenges in three rounds. The first round involves an obstacle course that each competitor must complete. In the second round, the competitors must transfer as many eels as they can from one container to the other. The final round involves snakes. Each competitor must find the answer to the host's math question inside a large box filled with snakes and then kiss a king cobra to end the round. The three celebrity competitors are Fabio Ide, Antonio Aquitania, and Aljur Abrenica.

Years: 2010–2011

Keri Mo Teh?! is a game segment for female celebrities who will compete in three rounds of unusual challenges. The celebrity players and challenges vary from week to week. Challenges can range from playing traditional Filipino games with a twist to retrieving objects in a tank full of cockroaches. The player with the least reaction wins the challenge.

Years: 2010

Keri Mo Tr3s is one of the two spin-offs from the segment Keri Mo Teh?!. It is a one-day challenge segment for three groups of celebrity players who will compete in two rounds of challenging stunts. The groups are divided based on their gender: male, female, or gay. The first round involves an obstacle course that the group must complete. The second round is a challenge that involves transferring frogs, eels, or cockroaches from one container to another. The group with the least reaction during the game wins.

Years: 1997, 2009, 2019

Kiddie Ballroom is a dance competition for child pairs who can ballroom dance.

Its 2019 edition was revived for a limited engagement only, as part of the 40th anniversary celebration of Eat Bulaga!. The grand winner of this edition joins the other grand winners of the other revived segments for the Tatak Eat Bulaga! Grand Showdown.

Years: 1980s

Kilometrico Quiz Date is a quiz show segment that was sponsored by the ballpen brand Kilometrico. The quiz contest featured students from different schools, colleges, and universities in the Philippines. The segment was hosted by Tito Sotto and the late Helen Vela.

Years: 1990
Years: 1994
  • Knorr Budget Buster, Lucky Saver
Years: 1997

It is a weekly game segment sponsored by Knorr.

Years: 1997

It is a raffle portion sponsored by Kodak.

  • Kontrapelo: Sa Pula, Sa Puti
Years: 2008–2009; 2010

Two groups of five people compete against each other in a quiz competition. In each round, one representative from the red team will be pitted against a representative from the white team. The first player who presses the buzzer must provide a response to the question in order to be awarded a point. Failure to respond within five seconds or to provide an incorrect answer gives the other player an opportunity to respond within three seconds. The team with the highest score wins and advances to the jackpot round. The jackpot round is similar to the children's game telephone/pass the message. The first player is given a question, and he/she may either answer the question and whisper it to the next player or pass the question itself to the next player if he/she does not know the answer. The final player must write the correct answer on the touchscreen board in order to win the jackpot prize.

Years: (unknown)[9]
Years: 2001

Konek Mo Yan is a game segment that is based on the concept of a crossword puzzle. In each round, one representative from each of the two teams will be pitted against each other. The hosts provide the clue to a particular word on the crossword board, and the players must press the buzzer to provide a possible response. If the first player is unable to provide the correct response, the other player is given a chance to answer. The team with the highest score advances to the jackpot round. In the jackpot round, the winning team chooses one person to complete the game. The player is given a pyramid made up of smaller squares. The objective is to climb up the pyramid to the jackpot prize by answering questions contained inside the smaller squares. The highest jackpot prize offered by the game segment was 2 million pesos.

  • Kopiko Black Boom Gising Reaction
Years: 2019

It is a subsegment of Kopiko MagKAPEra 4. The Eat Bulaga! hosts look for an audience member who has shown a great excitement. The winner will receive a cash prize of 5,000 pesos and gift packs from Kopiko.

  • Kopiko Blanca Creamylicious Smile
Years: 2019

It is a subsegment of Kopiko MagKAPEra 4. The Eat Bulaga! hosts look for an audience member who has shown a cheerful smile. The winner will receive a cash prize of 5,000 pesos and gift packs from Kopiko.

  • Kopiko Brown Saktong Moment
Years: 2019

It is a subsegment of Kopiko MagKAPEra 4. The Eat Bulaga! hosts look for an audience member who has shown a great enthusiasm and cheerfulness. The winner will receive a cash prize of 5,000 pesos and gift packs from Kopiko.

Years: 2018

A subsegment of The Barangay Jokers segment during the Boss Madam portion, it is a raffle promo sponsored by the coffee brand Kopiko.

Years: 2019

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the coffee brand Kopiko.

Prizes include 54 winners from different parts of the Philippines of twenty thousand pesos and 1 winner of one million pesos for the daily draw, and 2 house and lots from Avida and 2 brand new Mercedes-Benz cars for the grand draw.

Years: 2000–2001

Korek Ka Dyan is a quiz segment that offers a maximum cash prize of 1 million pesos for correctly answering successive multiple-choice questions of increasing difficulty. One contestant plays each day. The contestant is presented with the question and four possible answers before he or she decides whether to answer or to walk away with what they have already won. The segment has a similar format as the game show Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. A spin-off television program was produced, Korek na Korek Ka Dyan!, to compete as one of GMA Network's primetime programs.

  • Kraft Cheez Whiz: Whiz Kids
Years: 1990s

It is a contest for children sponsored by the processed cheese spread brand Cheez Whiz by Kraft Foods.

Years: 1997, 1998

Kremil-S Hyper Magic is a talent contest for magicians who can perform a number of magic tricks and illusions well. The segment features Professor James Narvaez as the segment's resident judge. The segment is sponsored by the local brand Kremil-S.

Years: (unknown)[9]
  • Kwarta sa Labada ng Pride 2 Promo
Years: 1997

It is a raffle promo sponsored by the detergent brand Pride.

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  • La Bamboula Dance Contest
Years: 1994

La Bamboula Dance Contest is one of the many dance competitions created by Eat Bulaga! during the 1990s. The song was a dance craze during that time.

  • Lab en Kisses Lookalike Contest
Years: 1997

It is an impersonating contest where contestants in pairs must impersonate the characters Lab and Kisses from the 1997 movie Lab en Kisses starring Vic Sotto and Vina Morales. The segment also served as the promotional segment for the movie.

Years: 2000–2006, 2014–2015

Laban o Bawi is a signature Eat Bulaga! segment that became popular because it was one of the first segments to give out 1 million pesos as its jackpot prize. It also became popular because of the performances of its in-house dancers, the SexBomb Girls, and their famous chants during the jackpot round. The segment is divided into two parts: the elimination round and the jackpot round.[72]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Eat_Bulaga!_segments
Sorpresa ni Bossing - June 8, 2019

Samvel entered. I shuddered and was involuntarily distracted. He was absolutely naked. His cock stood powerfully.

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Wow. - burst out from them. Andrey obviously liked to demonstrate his penis, especially since there was something to show - after all, 18 centimeters. Katya and Masha looked at Andrey's penis as if spellbound, forgetting that their husbands were sitting nearby and seeing everything.

Juan for All, All for Juan - June 8, 2020

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