The sketch incorporates new technologies by using Macbook laptops and i Pads as reference materials, being shown using Facebook as references and sometimes playing games, most notably Temple Run.Parody of Twilight's sequel New Moon, starring Ogie Alcasid as Eduardo (spoof of Edward Cullen), Rufa Mae Quinto as Mella (parody of Bella Swan), Antonio Aquitania as Jacol (parody of Jacob Black) and Michael V. Appeared only once and aired exactly one week before Christmas.The sketch only aired during the original counterpart's first season.The sketch a pun on the phrase "A star is born"A little brute Angelina (Ogie Alcasid) who is so bratty and asks different orders on her nanny (Michael V.) Her orders always bring her nanny to worst.The word was used in his presidential campaign in 1998 (Erap para sa Masa). Ogie Alcasid hosts this segment, showing his viewers the how to handle different situations from the mundane to the important, such as being late for work and preventing electrocution while in the shower. There is a running gag that no one gets eliminated during the sketch and new contestants were added in the competition instead.Hence the slogan: Dream, Believe, Multiply which is a parody of the actual show's slogan, Dream, Believe, Survive.
For 2011 onwards, the sketch has been renamed "Ang Bagong Dating Doon" (later "Ang Bagong Dating Doon International", focusing on questions or opinions from the other Bubble Gang cast members (and later "foreign" guests) and through social media sites, answering them by the hosts through song lyrics, meanwhile being interpreted by Brod Pete in a more humorous way.
In 2006, Mike Enriquez of 24 Oras guest the sketch with Ricketts & Bahay Mo Bato? A parody of a popular religious program, Ang Dating Daan, interpreting fairy tales and children's literature instead of religious scriptures. In the 2007 version, the sketch was called "Doon Dati" or "Du'n Dati", with Ara Mina as Kapatid na Rosa, Wendell Ramos as Kapatid na Mel, Ogie Alcasid as Kapatid na Toto, and Michael V as Kapatid na Auring as hosts.
The sketch was hosted by Isko Salvador as Brod Pete, Cesar Cosme as Bro. "Du'n Dati" is a parody of Iglesia Ni Cristo's "Ang Mga Nagsi-alis sa Samahang Ang Dating Daan".
Running gag: At the end of each episode, they, along with their rich friends protest by saying "Let's make baka, don't be takot" which is a rich version as well as the parody of the protest cry Makibaka, huwag matakot!
A parody of Sine Novela Presents Sinasamba Kita previously aired on GMA Network.