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Pa' Que Te Lo Goces

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Country of origin  Puerto Rico
Original release  September 10, 2006
Language  Spanish
Original language(s)  Spanish
Final episode date  10 September 2006

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Pa' Que Te Lo Goces was a Puerto Rican television show directed by Tony Mojena. It aired Sundays from 6 pm to 9 pm on Telemundo Puerto Rico. The program included comedies, charity campaigns, gossip, news, reality shows, contests, and special guests (e.g. singers, celebrities, etc.). Each section had its own host. The main show was hosted by Luis Raúl, and Gricel Mamery.


The main catch phrase was: "Si no lo viste, te lo perdiste." (If you didn't see it, you missed it.) It was created originally by Luis Raúl.


The show's last presentation was September 10, 2006. The show was cancelled due to extremely low ratings, weak sales (advertisement), and strong competition from Univisión's number one show in ratings: "Que Suerte" by Hector Marcano.

List of Sections

The program had various charity sections such as:

  • "No Estás Solo": A person with a family problem or personal problem is invited to the show to resolve the problem.
  • "Algun Día": problems that can happen to anyone experienced by a guest.
  • The show also had a gossip section called "Dicen Por Ahí" which covers local and international gossip.
  • They had a tarot reader section called "Encuentro Mágico con Patricia", in which viewers call her to read their tarot.
  • "Aguanta Presión": a hidden camera, and a person goes and tries to pressure someone on the streets. Similar to Candid Camera. If the person resists the pressure, he/she wins some cash.
  • "Las Maletas": several people in the public watching the show live gets randomly picked to participate for cash. Each briefcase has a number of cash written on a card inside it, if the person guesses the number, wins the number the person guessed. The ranges are from $500 to $5,000.
  • "Pégate Pa' Que Goces": It's a box with balls that each contains a number. The participant has to pick 1 number, if the number the person asked gets at least in one of the 3 balls, wins a determined amount of cash.
  • Their weekly panel, in which the hosts and reporters discuss the most talked about the topic of the week.


    The hosts were Luis Raúl, and Gricel Mamery.

    The original hosts were Alexandra Fuentes, Johnny Lozada, and Fransheska Revilla.

    Show renovations and cancellation

    The show went into two major renovations:

  • In December 2005, the 3 main hosts were changed.
  • In May 2006, comedians and DJs were removed.
  • The show was cancelled to due low ratings, sales, and competition. The show's last presentation had some memorable moments, as well the end of all of their competitions.

    Reality shows

  • Puerto Rico Baila (Puerto Rico Dances): People across PR compete here dancing to win a starting role in Las Estrellas Bailan 3. (Cancelled)
  • Las Estrellas Bailan (The Stars Dance): Famous Puerto Ricans who are NOT dancers, participate here to win money for a charity house. Season 1 (won by Angelique Burgos "La Burbu") and 2 finished. Season 3 will start later. (Cancelled)
  • La Casa De Cristal (The Crystal House) (no longer held): Had 2 couples inside a public crystal house for 4 weeks.
  • Puerto Rico al Límite (Puerto Rico to the limit) (no longer held): Had a contest winner in a Chevy Equinox for 42 days.
  • Cancelled sections

  • La Verdad Tras La Noticia
  • Bembeteo
  • Comedias Sálvese Quien Pueda (e.g. No Te Entra El 4, Rayos Yaga, Objetivo Flema, and others)
  • Sala De Espera
  • WPQTLG Radio Station
  • Competitor

    The show was the opposite competitor of Univisión's "Qué Suerte" hosted by Hector Marcano.


    On Televicentro's parody show, TV Ilegal, Pa' Que Te Lo Goces was parodied several times. The parody name was "Pa' Que Te Lo Roces". It was shockingly similar to the actual show. From the hosts to stage appearance. It's no longer parodied since the main show was cancelled.


    Pa' Que Te Lo Goces Wikipedia