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Goodbye Furry Feathery Bird Friends...

Yehey, I am happy.. no that's an understatement. I am elated to have Richard Gutierrez's face on my blog's main page again! He's so cute. Ok.. I am digressing a bit. I set out to write about the final episode of Mulawin that ended yesterday (March 18, 2005).

How did I catch it? Well, as usual, like how I watched the last episode of Endless Love Autumn Sonata (jenny/johnny) at the bus bound for Pampanga. I can't contain my excitement and thanked the heavens that I got to board a bus showing a broadcast from Channel 7, my heart was singing!

I am a little disappointed because the ending was not that great. I must admit even I found it cheesy but hey, there's Richard! (imagine me screaming his name) in the screen and I can't complain. In the end, Aguiluz and Alwina got to sacrifice their ugatpak (for non Mulawin fans this is the feather that gets inserted into their backs for them to turn into mulawins or ravenas) to save the Mulawin tree. They forgot who they were and became mere mortals. But in the end, the two of them were together walking towards the sunset (background music - Southborder's Ikaw nga)... hayyy.... yuck! hehehe :)

Goodbye Mulawin! From Alwina.... Angel Locsin is now the new Narda! Yup, Angel Locsin is the next Darna and judging from the teaser... it's definity a tease! HAHA! No offense meant to Judy Anne and Krystala... but Angel Locsin with Darna's outfit is really sexy! This soap I am predicting to reach a predominantly male audience... so let's all shout... "Bading! Ang bato!" "Darna!!!!"


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