Mario Kreutzberger on how Sabado Gigante ("Giant Saturday") is "like a soup," comprised from many different influences such as Jack Paar, Steve Allen, Johnny Carson, etc.
Mario Kreutzberger on moving Sabados Gigantes to a live, 8-hour show on Saturdays; on the origin of the show
Mario Kreutzberger on moving Sabados Gigantes from Chile to Miami; on the challenges of a new audience; on the character "Don Francisco"; on how the show changed
Mario Kreutzberger on his goal to "represent the audience" rather than take a political bent with Sabado Gigante; on the state of Spanish-language TV
Mario Kreutzberger on his co-hosts on Sabado Gigante; on the difficulty of getting U.S sponsors
Mario Kreutzberger on working for the biggest minority in the US vs. representing a whole country in Chile; on how the content of Sabado Gigante "has to go with the needs of the community"
Mario Kreutzberger on what makes Sabado Gigante successful; on his role on the show
Mario Kreutzberger on changing the name of the original Sabados Gigantes to Sabado Gigante in the U.S
Mario Kreutzberger on casting Sabado Gigante; on different segments of the show; on recurring characters and co-hosts, on the contests
Mario Kreutzberger on a segment of Sabado Gigante interviewing children, which was influenced by The Steve Allen Show, which he watched when he first came to the U.S in 1959
Mario Kreutzberger on Sabado Gigante's political impact
Mario Kreutzberger on Sabado Gigante's legacy; on what makes a good host
Mario Kreutzberger on Sabado Gigante's holding the Guinness World Record as the longest-running variety show on television
Mario Kreutzberger on Sabado Gigante's legacy