Series in which kids take control of the family break. Jack and Tom want their parents to have some fun. They are bored of mum teaching all the time.
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For them, it's a dream come true.
it's a nightmare! Mwa-ha-ha!
football mad Tom, who's nine,
guinea pigs Stig and Simon.
deserve to be given a break?
We mainly stay in the UK for our holidays. We hardly ever go abroad.
We once went to this attraction
We even had to dress up as gnomes.
I don't think the boys enjoyed
she tries to teach us loads of things, especially on holiday.
If there's four and the tickets are so much, how much is the total?
She's like, "What's 9 x 25?"
I'm like this, "I don't know."
There's a learning opportunity
Me and Tom really, really love fast
because he's really a wuss.
family. It felt really, really fast.
And he does it always on holidays!
I tend to fall asleep quite readily.
Once we take over the holiday, there will be no disasters.
Lads, having heard your list
It's the Gimme A Break Parent Promise. Hands on hearts, please.
Yes! Now it's time for us to teach you a lesson about holidays.
What's the best thing about that?
You get to boss Mum and Dad about.
You seem very happy about it.
So, what sort of things would you like from your holiday?
I'll see what I can come up with.
but before I reveal the holidays, they'll have to do some guesswork.
I reckon, because that's snow,
So it might be somewhere cold and snowy. Snow. Snow. Snow.
you're thinking snow, yeah?
to guess what you might do.
Well, I've found some things.
So that's definitely German.
What does "Essen sie mich!" mean?
Tasty, big sausages, maybe?
Oh, dear. It doesn't get any better.
I think it might be making sausages
Let's see if the boys can do
It's a French hat with a moustache.
So, skiing in either Italy or France.
So we might be husky riding.
North Pole, Greenland, South Pole...
what number one is already.
for it, then. What do you reckon?
It's a snowboarding trip to Germany.
of Bavaria in Germany, trying out snowboarding and snowtubing.
Do you like the sound of that, Tom?
Yeah, it's really fast and not
Let me show you Break 2, then.
any notion of where it was?
You're absolutely right. It is
There'll be no boring maths classes on the slopes of Mont Blanc.
After a day on the mountains,
because I'm not very balanced.
So that worries you slightly?
husky riding in Antarctica.
Break number three is actually
And seeing the actual polar bears.
Have you got a front-runner
Actually, no. They're all too good.
What you like, maybe what you
when you've got a decision.
Would you like to go skiing?
So, Number 1, maybe. Number 2, no.
we have chosen is Number...
..3! 3? Finland. Why Finland?
Well, have the trip of a lifetime.
to see how you're getting on
to win one last amazing treat.
Well, we're not going to do that.
Enjoy it, have a smashing time! Yes.
So, the Marshalls are jetting off to Finland for an Arctic adventure.
But will Mum and Dad freeze up
And who will win that final treat?
Come on. Please make it right!
to pack for everyone, so the boys are busy in Mum and Dad's bedroom.
Oh, yeah, we'll make Dad wear that!
We won't be able to find her
have no idea where they're going.
traveller is about to reveal all.
We're going to go to Finland. Wow!
fantastic. Aren't you clever?
I really, really didn't think we were going out of the country.
I think that Mum and Dad will
because it's so, so different.
we're going to be doing? No.
of the Gimme A Break Fam Cam.
This is Keith asleep on the plane.
Enjoy it while you can, Dad!
After a seven-hour journey, the Marshall family have finally arrived
in Rovaniemi on the Arctic Circle.
The temperature is -5, so Mum and Dad are keen to find out
have packed what they need.
Look at this all scrunched in!
I can't wear my yellow shorts, can I?
They have packed me a couple
It's just the tip of the iceberg. It's all downhill from now on.
Hyvaa paivaa, Marshall family.
Rule Number 2 is for you, Dad.
Jack and Tom are fed up with
I could quite happily nod off
You've got to try harder, Dad!
applies to both Mum and Dad.
The boys are tired of the slow rides and taking it easy on holiday.
That's why Rule Number 3 is that the boys will set the speed,
Well, bad luck because we are.
I must warn you, though, if these
there will be consequences,
I'll pop up later to tell you about your special treat. Bye.
and it's going to be really hard.
I think it'll be quite hard. To be honest, I do nod off quite regularly.
which although it will be fun,
with some high-speed action.
today we're taking you down a 150-metre tobogganing run.
And to keep a check on your time,
we brang this stop-watch to see who is the fastest and the slowest.
When I told Mum and Dad that they were going tobogganing,
It's going to be so fast! They do have really good brakes, yeah?
is a slight helter-skelter.
You've got to beat your dad.
I didn't put the brakes on.
Go on, Tom. Wow, Tom! Come on, Tom.
Go on, Tom! Well done, Tom.
I think I went really fast and I think I got a better time than Dad
With Mum being left to last,
The slope looks really really steep and the toboggans look really small.
She looks like she's ploughing
My heart is racing so much. I'm just shaking like a leaf.
In last place is Mum with 45 seconds.
It may be the end of the day
you know what you're doing.
So that's why we didn't pick you.
If I'm not driving, I don't have
Cos you're sitting behind Dad.
remember the boys want speed.
Put the pedal to the metal.
I don't think he went fast enough.
to a really nice restaurant.
Think again, Mum. This wasn't quite
I thought you'd take me to tonight,
I don't care. This is fantastic.
decision, making Dad drive.
There's no way I'd have gone fast in that. It was scary.
the family are heading out of town.
We just filmed you asleep. Did you?
going to see the real thing.
Yes, and you're going to feed it. No. No, we're not. That's amazing!
To show the Marshalls round
The big one down there, the male,
The female is half of the weight.
You want to throw some apples
That's the size of the male.
Waaay! Wow, I fed a polar bear
fed anything more than that.
a polar bear with my very own eyes.
that he nodded off earlier,
Dad, because you fell asleep, this
Yes. This means that you've got
walk down there near those people.
People were just looking at him
sticking out. It was so funny.
have always dreamt of doing.
we wanted to come to Finland.
I like dogs a lot and this is
We'd never have chosen something
I'm in control, it's a bit scary.
Only one small little problem.
and controlling an animal isn't the same as controlling a machine.
I don't really want to disappoint
so I'm going to try and be brave
and the rope is really tight.
I'm a little bit frightened,
this again. Let's go for it.
It shot off, and the power - they were going, they were going.
I was quite scared but when we get going, oh wow, I just fly past.
On a frozen lake, on a husky sledge!
I'm reborn into a speed demon.
Right, we're going for a left turn.
Wow, now we're going through
we've ever done. Is it you?
Yes. I'm so proud of Mum and Dad for controlling all them husky dogs.
Top of the list, brilliant.
It's like a dream come true.
so there's all to play for.
But who'll be racing on ice?
Hi, Jack and Tom. I hope you've been lapping up Lapland. Yes.
Yes, we've had a great time.
It was brilliant. OK, lads.
you'll have to answer at least two
following questions correctly.
If you don't, Mum and Dad will win.
They're not going to get it.
OK, here goes. Question number one.
How did Mum describe husky sledding?
I'm halfway in-between amazing and breathtaking. Mum really loved that.
breathtaking a lot, does she?
Right, let's find out what Mum said.
Amazing. Well done, lads. One more question for the driving seat.
Which of these two activities
or B, feeding the polar bear.
with the sausages and riding up
Losers! Losers! Kiss the L for loser.
Mum and Dad are really good sports
I think the boys have changed me.
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Series in which kids take control of the family break, making the decisions that mum and dad usually make on holiday.
Jack and Tom want their parents to have some fun. They are bored of mum teaching all the time. There's lots of laughter along the way as the boys have plenty of tricks up their sleeve.
At the end of the break the boys have to answer two out of three questions correctly in order to win a fantastic treat, but if they get them wrong their parents win the treat instead.