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Mario Bautista, has been with the entertainment industry for more than 4 decades. He writes regular columns for People's Journal and Malaya.

Feb 15, 2014

Jessica Soho Shows The Love Story Of San Mig Cager Mark Barocca & Wife While Mike Enriquez Recreates A Heinous Crime Of Passion

TONIGHT AT “Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho (KMJS)”, find out how San Mig Coffee player Mark Barocca courted his wife as the show tells us their love story as part of its post-Valentine’s Day treat. KMJS also asked the viewers about their own love stories and their replies will warm surely your heart. Jessica will also unearth the different kinds of crawling delights such as apunit which is usually found in between rocks and can be made into Sinigang, and singan, a worm which can be cooked as adobo, in Ablag, Dauioman in Abra province.

Also featured is the “Attack of the Flappy Birds.” Many people are going gaga over the latest hit game application, Flappy Bird. But in one barangay in Laguna, residents are actually battling against the attack of thousands of real birds. Find out how did this happen and where did these flocks of birds come from?

In “Imbestigador”, they dramatize a very recent crime with actors Rez Cortez and Isabel Lopez as a couple where the husband killed his wife and son and dumped their bodies inside the trunk of a car due to jealousy. In an exclusive interview, the suspect, nabbed by the authorities three days after the alleged killing, narrated how he perpetrated the crime. Find out the real story behind the heinous crime in Imbestigador hosted by award-winning broadcast journalist Mike Enriquez. Catch Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho and Imbestigador on GMA 7 this Sunday evening, February 16, right after “Pepito Manaloto”.