He wasn't the only one confused on Tuesday's "It's Showtime."
Anne Curtis left Vice Ganda, along with Bela Padilla and the rest of the "madlang pipol," scratching their heads over what she meant when she told him: "Namamangka ka sa dalawang bangka."
She was trying to warn Vice Ganda of the consequences of trying to balance two relationships. For a love triangle skit, the comedian is acting as the apple of both the eyes of Padilla and "Ate Girl."
Padilla was quick to correct Curtis' figure of speech, saying that it was supposed to be "ilog" rather than "bangka."
"Palibhasa dalawang bangka ang kasya sa iyong bunganga," Vice Ganda then joked to his co-host.
It was just one of the moments that had the studio audience in fits of laughter as Padilla continued to act as a stubborn woman who refuses to lose Vice Ganda to Ate Girl.
Padilla also had a "hugot song" for Vice Ganda, which she performed also in Tuesday's episode.