Candyland Marrying Mum and Dad


Candyland

Children organise a wedding for their unmarried parents or step-parents. Ten-year-old Izzy is planning a candy-coloured wedding as a treat for her mum.


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Up and down the country, parents are getting married in normal,

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traditional ceremonies.

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Normal weddings are quite boring.

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But fear not, Britain, because we're fighting back.

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Open your eyes!

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Kids have set themselves the challenge of a lifetime.

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-Quiet on set!

-To organise their parents' wedding.

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Bring it on.

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And to make it a day that no-one will ever forget.

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Will they manage it?

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I'm quite nervous to plan it.

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Will Mum and Dad like it?

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It could all go completely wrong.

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And will they finally say, "I do"?

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We're going to rock this wedding!

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This is Marrying Mum And Dad.

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Woo-woo!

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On today's show...

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We're unwrapping some real delights for a day full of tasty treats.

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No!

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But will Mum and Dad have sweet dreams about their big day?

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What have those girls been up to?

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Or will it leave them with a sour taste in their mouths?

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Can our wedding planners treat them to the best day of their lives?

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Or will they struggle to sugar-coat it?

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Let's find out.

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This is Marrying Mum And Dad.

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The only show that hands over the reins

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and puts the kids in the saddle

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to control the best day of their parents' lives - their wedding day!

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We've got two excited planners ready to overcome any hurdle that gets in

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-their way.

-We haven't got long, so we'd best giddy-up!

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No prizes for guessing what today's wedding's going to be.

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-Eh, Neigh-omi? Horse themed?

-No.

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What gave you that idea?

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Today, we're in Cambridge,

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where we have two sweet-toothed planners...

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Who are desperate to set up a wedding good enough to eat.

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Meet ten-year-old Izzy.

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We're going to take charge and we're going to take over.

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And her cousin, Tasha.

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We work really well together and we listen to each other's ideas.

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Yeah. We do half of her idea, half of my idea and then it'll just make,

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kind of, the ultimate idea.

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Great, these girls sound confident.

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Finally, there's younger brother William.

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But as he's only six, he'll be mostly eating sweets,

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rather than helping the girls with their plans.

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But who are the courageous parents letting these guys loose on their

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wedding day?

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There's Dad, Ian.

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I'm feeling a mixture of emotions.

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Excitement, fear.

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But, you know, I have complete and utter blind faith in the girls.

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And whatever they throw at us, brilliant.

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You might not be saying that when you hear the plans, Dad.

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Also ready to let their wedding day get well and truly mixed up

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is Mum, Vanessa.

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The closer it gets, the more it's building,

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the more I'm starting to get excited.

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What? Excited?

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Have you seen this show, Mum?

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After 17 years together, it's time for Ian and Vanessa to tie the knot.

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But what do the colluding cousins have in store for them?

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This wedding is going to be the sweetest thing ever.

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Full of sugar, spice and all things nice.

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A magical world full of goodies and surprise.

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Because our theme is...

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BOTH: Candyland!

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Candyland? That is a sweet theme!

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It's going to be amazing. Sweets for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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I don't think that would be very wise.

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-Why not?

-We all know you are not very nice when you've had too much sugar.

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I don't know what you're talking about!

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And you'll probably rot your teeth.

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Oh, no, I need more.

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More! More!

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More!

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That is much better.

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So, while Ed gets to grips with that humongous sweet,

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Izzy and Tasha have already sherbet-dipped their toes into the planning

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and come up with some gobstopping ideas for their candy themed wedding.

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We could do something like maybe a sour sweet sort of challenge.

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But with only a few weeks to go before the big day,

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I think it's time we pear-dropped into proceedings.

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So, you've chosen the theme Candyland.

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Love it. But why have you chosen that theme?

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Well, we absolutely love sweets and chocolate.

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-Do Mum and Dad?

-My mum doesn't really, but my dad loves them.

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-OK.

-But they don't really let us eat them as much as we'd like.

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So, they're quite tight on what you're allowed to have?

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-BOTH: Yeah.

-Which is sort of understandable, but...

-Yeah, looking after your teeth and everything.

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But on this wedding day, anything is going to go, is it?

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-Yeah.

-So, basically, as soon as this wedding is over,

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-all of the guests are going to have to book in for a checkup with the dentist?

-Yeah.

-Probably.

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OK. They've been together quite a long time, haven't they, your parents?

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Why is it so important now, do you think, to get them married?

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Well, my mum's just recovered from breast cancer and its quite a hard

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thing to go through, a whole year.

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So, now it's something to look forward to and, like, a new start.

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Like, a new beginning.

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We were up and down from the hospital for I think about a year.

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And my mum had loads of operations.

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But now it's done,

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we thought would be so good for her to have something happy and exciting

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-to look forward to.

-Yeah, and also for all her family to get together and,

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-like, be together.

-Celebrate.

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Going through an experience like being diagnosed with cancer,

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it does make you have a different view on life.

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To be able to share in this sort of day is just beyond brilliant.

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Putting a bad year to bed is a massive motivation for Izzy and Tasha.

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But there's lots of work to do before the big day arrives.

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Time to get the wedding day plans all wrapped up.

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The girls are hitting the internet,

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looking for the perfect venue for our Candyland adventure.

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This keyboard is too funky.

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There we go.

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They're chock full of great ideas.

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That could be the Candyland Express.

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And they think they might have found the ideal place to party.

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-Can we go and check it out?

-I think that would be a good idea.

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We've travelled to Wicksteed Park in Northamptonshire.

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The girls are hoping this place could be their Candyland wonderland.

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And we immediately hit the jellybean jackpot.

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Look, sweet shop.

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-Wow. This is perfect.

-Ye olde sweet shoppe.

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It's like every kid's dream in here, isn't it?

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-Yum!

-We didn't even know there was a sweet shop there.

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-So, it was really cool.

-It was like, just what we needed, really.

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Maybe, like, Ed could be behind the counter.

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Like, this really friendly sweet shop person,

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but he's secretly the guard to Candyland.

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Good imagination.

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I can see all the cogs whirring.

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The sweet shop's a tasty find,

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but we'll never fit all the wedding guests in there.

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Chill out, Ed, because next door the girls may have found the perfect space.

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Oh, my goodness.

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This is perfect.

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Pretty massive space.

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This is a super-sized party room.

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And, like all great weddings,

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this one will have a very special grand entrance.

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So, they might arrive through an entrance here?

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-Yeah, like a massive portal.

-Like a magical door.

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Magical doorway that will open and they'll go...

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"Ooh! Candyland!"

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And they walk down the aisle.

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Go on, you be Mum and Dad.

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A king and queen, on a Candyland catwalk.

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And a disco ball for good measure.

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-What's not to like?

-So, we're feeling pretty happy that this is a

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-good venue for the wedding?

-Yeah, definitely.

-Yeah.

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So, that's our venue sorted.

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Izzy and Tasha are smart cookies.

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Time to find out what ideas they've chew-sen for Mum and Dad to wear.

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What are we thinking for costumes?

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Classic Marrying Mum and Dad, big silly costumes?

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Well, we thought for Mum it's going to have a candy cane heart.

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-Like a heart.

-And the rest of it's kind of a pink, lilacy,

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flowy and all nice.

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You're not trying to make her look silly?

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No. She's been through quite a lot,

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having cancer and going to hospital and stuff.

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I wanted something to be proud of.

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OK, so this is a little treat to cheer her up after a rubbish year?

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So, what sort of character are you imagining she would be in Candyland?

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I think we want her to be Queen of Candyland.

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-Yeah.

-So, what does the king of Candyland look like then?

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Well, this is a bit of a rough drawing.

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But he's got, like...

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I hope his head's not that big on the day.

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GIRLS LAUGH

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Help, I've eaten too many sweets!

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He's got, like, a collar, which is studded with multicoloured sweets.

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And then, like, a jacket with tails at the end.

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With, let me guess, sweets on it?

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Purple jacket with sweets on it.

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And, luckily, we've got plenty of sweets to get us through the design process.

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So, while we're designing the costumes, maybe we can tuck in...

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-No.

-I think you should go out and let us design the dress.

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Am I being banished from the Candyland design process?

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-BOTH:

-Yeah.

-Fine, be like that.

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-I just think if I...

-No!

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Off you go, out of our way.

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Wait a mint, Ed, they're not for you, they're for Mum and Dad's outfits.

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BOTH: No!

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Ed!

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With sweet-toothed Ed finally out of the way,

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Izzy and Tasha get cracking with some design ideas for Mum's wedding

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dress, which will be a sweet sensation.

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I think my mum would be happy with anything we give her.

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Yeah, I think she'll really love, like,

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the colours and the things we put on the dress.

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That's if you actually put the sweets on the dress, Tasha...

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..and not in your tum.

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With the wedding fast approaching,

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Mum and Dad's unflappable personas are starting to show some cracks.

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The whole idea, if you stop and think about it for too long,

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is absolutely terrifying.

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You know what, we'll suck it up and deal with it.

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Yep, that's right, Dad, there's no going back now.

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Let's hope you can deal with edible outfits.

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And they've even found a good use for Ed.

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-Looks good, doesn't it?

-I like it.

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But I think it's best left to the experts, what do you think?

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-Yeah.

-I think I prefer eating sweets to wearing them.

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Don't ruin the dress!

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It's your fault, it's made of sweets!

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I've been properly stitched up!

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But at least the outfits have as well.

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Back at the venue, there's a bit more to explore, because this place packs an extra punch.

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The park has its very own means of transport,

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which could be the perfect way for the wedding party to get to the venue.

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Oh, look!

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Candyland train.

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How many carriages have we got?

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Plenty.

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Plenty for all the guests, maybe?

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Shall we try it out for size?

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Hop on board, let's see what it's like.

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It's nice, isn't it?

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It stretches all the way back there.

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Plenty of room for all the guests.

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You can see everybody.

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The train's called Merlin,

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and Izzy and Tasha have some wedding day wizardry in mind.

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How are you expecting the ride to go?

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Everyone's getting on board, they're going through, they're all happy,

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they're excited.

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And then suddenly we get to a tunnel.

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And then we go into the portal, to the sweet shop.

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The tunnel is a portal?

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-To the sweet shop.

-Hold on, so the train, what's it going to do?

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-Disappear?

-Disappear, all of us will end up at the sweet shop.

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Right, back up a second. So, we're going to have all the guests on board this

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train, and somehow we've got to make a whole train and all the wedding

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-guests disappear?

-BOTH: Yeah!

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Oh, simple!

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They won't know what to expect.

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All the guests will be screaming and holding on to their little ones.

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It'll be funny to see their faces.

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So, that's very complicated.

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But anything is possible on Marrying Mum And Dad.

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Yeah.

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So, with the train whisking everyone to another dimension,

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the transport will definitely be out of this world.

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-Woo-woo!

-THEY LAUGH

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Disappearing trains and edible outfits.

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Izzy and Tasha are really starting to ham-stir things up.

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We've got this wedding down.

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Time to find out what sugar-coated fun they're planning for the big day.

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So, we've got to come up with some entertainment for Mum and Dad to do.

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What ideas have we had so far?

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Well, we thought of, like, eat the sourest sweet in the world.

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They have to eat it, or they don't get married.

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I think that's a good idea, these are some sour sweets.

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I think we probably ought to trial run it.

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Shouldn't we? It's probably not fair to make them do it and not have to

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-do it ourselves.

-What about the green ones?

-Maybe green?

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They look tasty, this will be a doddle.

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THEY EXCLAIM

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Oh, that's disgusting.

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Are you joking? It's horrible!

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I need water!

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It's like eating a ball of vinegar.

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The green ones are ghastly.

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Surely the blue ones can't be as bad?

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-I don't want to do it.

-I don't want to do it!

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Three, two, one!

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THEY EXCLAIM

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Looks like they are! Oh, well.

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My tongue is burning.

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That's the most horrible thing I've ever eaten.

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Well, this task is definitely in bad taste.

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But the wedding planners don't care one bit.

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Well, my mum might not like all the sweets, but we've set the rules.

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We planned this wedding, so it's our decision.

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So, she doesn't want to eat it, that's not OK with us.

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And that's not all Izzy and Tasha have come up with.

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That's it. Excellent.

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For maximum humiliation,

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how about being forced to speak with a face-stretching,

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mouth-gaping mouthpiece?

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Marrying Mum and Dad.

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All aboard the Candyland Express!

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Woo-woo!

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And, just for good measure,

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what about a bit of face fishing for the key to Candyland in a bowl of custard?

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This is impossible. This is impossible!

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So, how would Mum feel about a face full of custard on her wedding day?

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As long as I don't look too hideous.

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You know, you always like to try to look your best.

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So, that would probably be at the top of my list,

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try and look as nice as possible.

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Looks like Izzy and Tasha have other ideas, Mum.

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And with one final dunk, that rounds off the edible entertainment.

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BOTH: Sweet!

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Oh, yes.

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With the wedding fast approaching,

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the girls are in a sugar rush to the finish.

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But they still have one more thing to decide on.

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Cake!

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Show me the cake, show me the cake!

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-I love the cake.

-For the cake, we thought of this, like,

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giant gumball machine, like, massive.

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That's not made out of cake.

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No. And then inside there's loads of cake balls.

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So, not bubble-gum balls? Cake balls?

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-Cake.

-Wow. I've never heard of anything like that.

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It could be a world first.

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-BOTH: Yeah.

-Time to chew over the plans with crafty carpenter David.

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Let's hope he doesn't burst the girls' bubble when he hears their ideas.

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For our mum and dad's wedding, we want a giant gumball machine.

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A giant gumball machine?

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-ALL:

-Yes.

-You heard right.

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-OK.

-It's got to be capable of containing something a bit unusual.

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Cake balls.

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I know it sounds a bit weird, but it's someone's wedding cake.

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A gumball machine that gives you wedding cake?

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Yeah, no pressure, but this is just the most important day of someone's life.

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Oh, great. Thanks for that!

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I've not got that much experience with giant gumball machines.

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But I think...

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Give me a week, and I should be able to get it done.

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That's good.

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-Cheers, David.

-Bye.

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No problem, bye!

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I think the cake is going to be amazing.

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It's a Marrying Mum And Dad first, so that makes it all the more special.

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Izzy and Tasha have gone all Willy Wonka and their giant wedding day

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gumball machine is in production.

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Thanks for the sweet, girls!

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Oh, my word.

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Your face is going...

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That's the...cake...sorted.

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Urgh!

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So, that's the wedding all wrapped up and ready for eating.

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Mum and Dad's faces will be a picture when they see - or rather taste -

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the entertainment.

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That's the most horrible thing I've ever eaten.

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We've ticked off the transport,

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although this will be a train journey with a twist.

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-Somehow we've got to make a whole train and all the wedding guests disappear?

-BOTH: Yeah.

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Oh, simple!

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And the cake is going to be a candylicious creation.

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A gumball machine that gives you wedding cake?

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Yeah. No pressure, but this is just the most important day of someone's life.

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But as the big day approaches,

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Mum and Dad are getting the heebie-jeebies.

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I am starting to get a little bit worried about what you two monkeys

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have got up your sleeve.

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But it's too late for any wedding day jitters,

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because the big day is here.

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And while the girls put the finishing touches to the venue...

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Mum and Dad are changing into their wedding outfits,

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completely clueless about what's coming up.

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What am I wearing? What's in store?

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So intrigued.

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I've literally got no idea what the theme might be.

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What have those girls been up to?

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Well, Mum and Dad, you're about to find out.

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The wait is finally over.

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Izzy and Tasha have become candy-covered cousins...

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And all of the guests have secretly gathered for a super-special surprise.

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And with me dressed as a Candyland helper...

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And me as Toothache Ed, the dastardly sweet stealer,

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we're now ready to reveal the theme to Mum and Dad.

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Come on, can't be choco-late.

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It's time for our Sugarplum Queen and Candy Cane King to see what they look like.

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Keep those eyes tightly closed, Mum.

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They are, they're closed.

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Are you ready to see what you're wearing on your wedding day?

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-We are so ready.

-You can open your eyes on the count of three.

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One, two,

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three!

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SCREAMS AND LAUGHTER

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Everybody's here! Woohoo!

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-Literally no idea.

-That's incredible.

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Can you guess what the theme is?

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-Sweets?

-Sweet world?

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IZZY AND TASHA: Candyland!

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THEY CHEER

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So, it's a thumbs up to the theme, they didn't ice-scream at the outfits.

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Now all Mum and Dad have to do is get to Candyland.

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-Easy, right?

-Not if I have anything to do with it!

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HE CACKLES EVILLY

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The wedding guests get stuck into some candyfloss.

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William is clearly a fan.

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Although this guy seems to have put his on his head!

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TANNOY: The train arriving at platform one is the Candyland Express.

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TRAIN HORN BLOWS

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It's the Candyland Express.

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It's going to transport us all to the sweetest kingdom of all.

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Get your tickets here, please!

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Roll up, roll up. Everybody needs a ticket.

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Tickets, please.

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Mum, Dad and William are first on board.

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And this being a train to Candyland, the tickets are edible, of course.

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But maybe this wasn't so well planned.

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How do I get on?

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I can't get on!

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We didn't think this through.

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We're going to Candyland! We're going to Candyland!

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This is incredible.

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This is one of my favourite journeys to a wedding ever.

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Eating sweets, knowing I'm going to Candyland.

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It's been plain sailing so far.

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But, remember, the girls have a sneaky surprise for this journey.

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Girls, girls, we're going into the tunnel.

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DUN, DUN, DUN!

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SCREAMING

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BELCHING

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This is the doorway to Candyland.

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ALL: Ooh!

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But Mum and Dad aren't going to get into Candyland that easily.

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Can I help you?

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We would like to go to Candyland, please.

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And steal all my sweets?

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No, we want to marry Mum and Dad.

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If you want to gain access to Candyland,

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you must complete three challenges.

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Challenge one, I must check the health of your teeth.

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-Oh, no.

-I must check you've not been eating too much sugar.

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In you go, put that in.

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Everyone must have healthy teeth in Candyland, like me.

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So, repeat after me, "Had too much sugar and too much candy".

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-BOTH:

-Had too much sugar and too much candy."

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"Make sure you keep a toothbrush handy."

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Make sure you keep a toothbrush handy.

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Make sure you keep a toothbrush handy.

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"Sweets are fun and a lovely treat."

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BOTH: Sweets are fun and a lovely treat.

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"But beware of how many you eat."

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-BOTH:

-But beware of how many you eat.

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I'm going to give you six out of ten for that.

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You've just passed.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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One challenge down, two to go.

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But will Mum and Dad be able to suck on the sourest sweets imaginable for 20 long seconds?

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A blue one for you.

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-Thank you.

-A green one for Mum.

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One, two...

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Well, that's not a good start.

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Dad's nearly in tears.

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And every freaky face pull is being captured by the official wedding photographers.

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Nine, ten, 11, 12...

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13, 14, 15...

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16, 17, 18, 19...

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20!

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Sour sweet sucking challenge smashed.

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Just one more to go.

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Someone has hidden the key to unlock the door to

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Candyland in a bowl of custard.

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It was me.

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All Mum and Dad have to do is fish it out...with their mouths.

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Sorry, Mum. This probably isn't going to be the wedding day look you were dreaming of.

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Can you find it? Have you found the key?

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No.

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Have a good root around.

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Little do Mum and Dad know, Ed's got a sneaky surprise.

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Oh, no, I can't see.

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Have you found your key?

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Oh, Mum!

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Oh, silly me. I left it in my pocket.

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Ed!

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Scatterbrain!

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-There you are, Mum.

-What's that?

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Oh, it's a key. I want a tissue.

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Custard faced, but with key collected,

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it's time for Mum and Dad to enter Candyland.

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Enjoy yourselves.

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Careful. She can't open her eyes.

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Finally, they've made it to Candyland.

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But it's not the most graceful of entrances.

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Oi, Mum, don't lose your crown.

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-Wow.

-My goodness.

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That is amazing.

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Welcome to Candyland!

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This is phenomenal.

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You've created a whole land of sweets.

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I think it's safe to say Mum and Dad are blown away by this Candyland

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fantasy land.

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Who likes Candyland?

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ALL: Yay!

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Who thinks we should get these two married?

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ALL: Yay!

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Finally, the girls have done it.

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After 17 years of being together, they are now tying the knot.

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And it's all because of Izzy and Tasha.

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I, Ian, take you, Vanessa, to be my wedded wife.

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I give you this ring as a symbol of our marriage and as a token of our love.

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I, Vanessa, take you, Ian, to be my wedded husband.

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It gives me great pleasure to pronounce that you are now lawfully joined together as husband and wife.

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Congratulations.

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ALL CHEER

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After a really tough year, our king and queen are now Mr and Mrs.

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And there's just one last thing for them to get their teeth stuck into.

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But has David the carpenter managed to turn the girls' gumball machine

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idea into a wedding cake you don't cut...

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You collect.

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-You can eat it.

-That is amazing.

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Go on, have the first bite.

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Come on.

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-That is delicious.

-That is unbelievable.

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-Well done, girls.

-Who wants to try the yumball machine?

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ALL CHEER

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Everyone's having a ball with this cake.

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Well, almost everyone.

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I'm very glad you're all enjoying your cake, children!

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But has this wedding hit the sweet spot?

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This experience has been amazing.

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It's been so good.

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Like, we've really enjoyed it all.

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It's a day that we'll never forget.

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What an out-of-this-world experience.

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It's been incredible.

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We just had a ball and we couldn't have asked for a better wedding day.

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It's just one that we will remember for ever.

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-Goodbye, Candyland.

-Bye!

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Goodbye, super sour sweets.

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Parents sticking their faces in bowls full of custard.

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-Yeah.

-And gumball machine wedding cakes.

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-Hmm.

-What a shame we'll never go back.

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We're never going back?

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Aw.

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Urgh.

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What?

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You'd better have this. Your teeth look disgusting!

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Ten-year-old Izzy is planning a candy-coloured deliciously sweet extravaganza as a treat for her mum after a terrible year which saw her mum diagnosed with cancer. In Izzy's candyland-themed wedding, there is the Candyland Express with edible train tickets, a cake-delivering gumball machine and a facing splatting custard challenge - this episode is an over-the-top sugar rush from start to finish.