Doc Aga (Aga Muhlach) and the rest of Brgy. Tabuneknek celebrated their First Anniversary. The stars of this ABS-CBN show spearheaded a mini-sports fest for the benefit of the Bantay Bata Children's Village in Norzagaray, Bulacan.
"This is our way of saying thank you to our viewers especially the kids and at the same time promote our advocacies on good health," said executive producer Mark Gile.
The whole That's My Doc cast—together with guests John Prats, Shaina Magdayao, Jay-R Siaboc, Maja Salvador, Makisig Morales, and Vice Ganda—engaged in a friendly competition of popular Filipino games such as patintero, agawang panyo, sack race, and touch ball.
The show, which was awarded for Student's Choice of Sitcom in the recent USTv Awards, started their month-long celebration weeks ago through a series of special episodes, including one that was shot in Canada.
Doc Aga (Aga Muhlach) spearheads a mini-Olympics in hopes of encouraging the kids of Brgy. Tabuneknek to get themselves involved in sports instead of just staying at home and playing video games.
He also intends to inculcate the value of sportsmanship among them and promote good health and physical fitness.