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Una PelĂ­cula de Huevos

Una Película de Huevos is a 2006 Mexican animated adventure comedy film produced by Huevocartoon Producciones, features voices of Bruno Bichir, Angélica Vale and Carlos Espejel. The film was released on 21 April 2006 and became a commercial success, grossing $142.3 million pesos, holds the record as the 10th highest-grossing films produced in Mexico of all time. The film won the Ariel Award of 2007 for'Mejor largometraje de animación'. A small egg named Toto decides that he wants to fulfill his purpose in life and become a chicken instead of dying in a frying pan. Bruno Bichir as Toto, a three-day-old chicken egg taken away from his mother, he is sometimes stubborn, but very gentle and caring. He has feathers for hair. Carlos Espejel as Willy, a four-day-old chicken egg and Sargent of Leader's army, who served as look-out in the egg container before tagging along with Toto and Tocino, he wants to become a rooster like Toto, until he meets Bibi and decides to change his course and choose his own road.

He wears a belt. Angélica Vale as Bibi, a spoiled, circus egg who works at a carnival and is Willy's love interest. Bibi wears a blue cape with star brooches hanging from it, she has two brothers and Bubi. Miguel Guerrero as Tocino, a strip of bacon that Toto and Willy met in the floor of the kitchen, he is found useful weapon due to physical properties such as elasticity and greasiness. Tocino explains through physical movement which can be understood by most characters, he doesn't speak throughout the film. He doesn't wear any clothing. Rodolfo Riva Palacio Alatriste as Coco, a crocodile egg and leader of the reptile gang sent by the adult reptiles to crush the chicken eggs. Despite his leadership, he doesn't care about the missions given to him by his father and spends most of his time dreaming of becoming a famous actor. He's has big, bulk-like arms tipped with yellowish cuffs and an exaggerated Elvis Presley-style hairdo. Rodolfo voiced Iguano, an iguana egg and largest member of the reptile egg gang, whose intelligence is low.

He carries a club and has messy overgrown hair. Among others, Rodolfo voiced Cuache, an easy-going rat, Poeta Huevo #2 from the deleted ending scene, Hue Bond, an egg resembling James Bond who only appears in the bloopers segment. Gabriel Riva Palacio Alatriste as Confi, a Cascarón egg and the most prominent of the eggs who share the same name. Among his people, he's considered some sort of spiritual guide and is followed by the others in his senseless prayers and speeches, he operates the night club-like establishment behind the amusement park. Like traditional confetti eggs, he is painted in bright colors and tipped with a piece of navy blue india paper. Gabriel voices Serp, a rattlesnake egg and a member of Coco's gang. He's quick tempered, which contrasts starkly with the easygoing nature of the fellow reptile eggs. He's scolding Coco into concentrating on the mission at hand. Due to being a snake egg, he so depends on his surfacing tail to grab objects. Among other characters voiced by Gabriel are Poeta Huevo #3 who only appears in the deleted ending scene, Torti, slow tortoise egg who has powerful jaws that Coco's gang use to snap objects apart.

He annoys his fellow gang members due to his slow movements. He's the only quadrupedal egg featured in his gang. Humberto Vélez as Huevo de chocolate a.k.a. Huevay "El Segundo", a chocolate egg who got lost into the family's sofa for a year, he can be referred as a portrayal of black people, but his behavior suggests he's of Cuban race. He wears. Blas García as Huevo Líder the General of the kitchen's egg army. He's quick to recruit any new eggs into his gang when they're not interested, he has bad hearing, which derived on him calling Toto "Pompis". He is the only egg with facial hair, he wears a General army hat. Enzo Fortuny as Bebe and Mario Filio as Bubi, Bibi's brothers who perform in the same juggling act as her. Despite their childish looks and Bubi are mature and show deep love for their sister. Bebe is a large egg who wears a red body suit with star markings and has a mohawk, while Bubi is a blond egg who wears a blue bodysuit with a star on the chest. Filio voices Huevito Preso #1. Gaby Torres as Clara, the Leader's loud subordinate and Willy's superior.

She bosses around with other eggs, but does so out of genuine concern for their safety. Irwin Daayán as Fefe and Gogo / Vendedor Carlos Cobos as Effeminate Egg Fernando Meza as Tlacua, a hungry and quick-tempered rat / Lagartijo, a neurotic egg, part of the reptile egg gang / Poeta Huevo #1 Rubén Moya as Cocodrilo, the crocodile leader of the adult reptile eggs group and father of Coco, he hopes for his son to be cruel and a bully just like him, but is depressed by the fact that Coco cares more about acting. Cocodrilo has a military-like hairdo. Lourdes Morán as Mamá Gallina, Toto's sweet and caring mother hen, brave who decided to leave her barn to find her son that's been taken away from her, she wears a blue handkerchief around her neck. The film was released in theaters in Mexico on 21 April 2006; the film, along with its successor, were released on DVD in the United States as a "2-Pack". However, neither film made it to the U. S. billboard to be released in a major format due to th

Scrubs (season 6)

The sixth season of the American comedy television series Scrubs premiered on NBC on November 30, 2006 and concluded on May 17, 2007 and consists of 22 episodes. The series moved to Thursdays at 9:00 pm as a part of NBC's Comedy Night Done Right. Guest stars in the sixth season included Michael Weston; this season featured the series' musical episode, "My Musical". Over the course of the season, J. D. and the other characters must mature to fill the different roles required of them. J. D. for instance, is cast in the role of expecting father since his girlfriend, Dr. Kim Briggs, is pregnant with his child. Turk and Carla become parents when Carla gives birth to Isabella Turk. Elliot plans her wedding to Keith, although she and J. D. still harbor feelings for each other. Dr. Cox, as father of two children with Jordan, struggles to prevent his foul disposition from affecting his parenting. Important issues are touched upon, such as the importance of leadership, whether everything happens for a reason, death.

Zach Braff as Dr. John "J. D." Dorian Sarah Chalke as Dr. Elliot Reid Donald Faison as Dr. Chris Turk Neil Flynn as The Janitor Ken Jenkins as Dr. Bob Kelso John C. McGinley as Dr. Perry Cox Judy Reyes as Nurse Carla Espinosa Season Six saw. Tim Hobert left after the first 3 episodes. Gabrielle Allan returned as a consulting producer for the first half season. Clarence Livingston was hired as a story editor. Andy Schwartz and Dave Tennant were hired as staff writers. Though Eric Weinberg and Sean Russell each wrote an episode this season, they were not part of the writing staff. Weinberg returned to write just that episode. Russell was the script coordinator, given the opportunity to write an episode. † denotes a "supersized" episode, running an extended length of 25–28 minutes. Scrubs – list of episodes on IMDb List of Scrubs season 6 episodes at TV.com