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Ryan Agoncillo Learned A Lot In Eat Bulaga’s Sugod Bahay

RYAN AGONCILLO – Kapuso host Ryan Agoncillo felt like a rookie and said he learned so much in Eat Bulaga’s Sugod Bahay.

RYAN AGONCILLO
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According to PEP, Ryan’s schedule is anchored to GMA’s noontime show Eat Bulaga. Agoncillo said that it is his daily duty, further saying that it’s been almost one year that he is with the show.

He returned to Eat Bulaga on November 2018 after his hiatus to tend to his knee after it got injured in a motorcycle accident.

Along with co-hosts Jose Manalo, Wally Bayola and Paolo Ballesteros, he went from barangay to barangay and visit many houses in a segment of the show called Sugod Bahay.

Ryan said that the segment is nice since every day on his daily routine is always exciting. He added that every day and barangay is different and so are the situations that he faces every day.

As per the report, he said that he has learned a lot of new things and many more despite being a host for 20 years. He added that he felt like a rookie, noting that barangay hosting is really different because it’s unpredictable so he has to react to every situation, which changes every 15 minutes, every half minute; and to trust his teammates..

“Every 15 seconds, every half minute, every minute nag-iiba yung sitwasyon.
“And you have to react to it, and you have to trust your teammates, kasi siyempre ang mga pioneer diyan, si Jose, si Wally, si Paolo.”
“And hindi puwedeng… hindi kasi puwedeng ano, e, hindi kasi puwedeng papatay-patay.
“So I’m learning something very new that I haven’t done in 20 years. It’s very exciting!”

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