Hámster Mexicano

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Están listos por esto? No creo que ustedes están listos, pero bueno – lo voy a compartir de todos modos.

Hay un nuevo show del canal Tr3s que se llama “El Spooky Show” que cuenta con un hámster mexicano de tamaño humano y su compañero. Originalmente “Spooky” apareció en un comercial durante la Copa Mundial. Tal vez lo recuerdan:

(¡Advertencia! Spooky el hámster es adorable y chistoso pero no es para niños o personas que se ofenden fácilmente.)

¿Quieren más? Los cortometrajes de 12 episodios se estrenarán exclusivamente por Internet con la presentación de dos nuevos episodios en línea cada semana a partir de hoy en www.tr3s.com!


Are you ready for this? I don’t think you guys are ready, but I’m going to share anyway.

There’s a new show from channel Tr3s that’s called “El Spooky Show” which is about a human-sized Mexican hamster and his roommate. Orignally, “Spooky” appeared in a commercial during the World Cup. Maybe you remember him.

(Warning! Spooky the hamster is adorable and funny but he is not for kids or the easily offended.)

Want more? The 12-episode shorts will premier exclusively online with two new webisodes debuting each week, starting today on tr3s.com!

6 thoughts on “Hámster Mexicano

  1. jajaja que raro hámster. hablan muy cholo, permites que tus niños ver la programa? Van a aprender bien las groserías!
    vimos una película doblada se llama “Due Date” en que los actores hablan así, y fue chistoso ver Robert Downey Jr como: no manches, si wey, simon, pinche baboso, etc

    • Graciela – This is definitely not for niños – Carlos already complains that I use words like “pinche” and “güey” on occasion — I shouldn’t teach them to the children. LOL.

      Wish I could see “Due Date” doblada – that sounds hilarious!

    • ROFL. If you think he’s got a mouth, check out the video on their site called “Doble Sentido” — so far that is my favorite.

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