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My name's Matilda...
ALL: Tilly! ..but people call me Tilly.
Dad's a chef...
Matilda, where's my frying pan? Please.
..but I've taken over the kitchen in this house.
Tilly rules, OK?
-What an incredible time we've had this summer.
We got the most out of everything we did...
and we did lots.
But the big question that we've all been asking is...
Yeah, it's recording.
As we look back over the events of this unforgettable summer,
maybe we can answer that question.
But today is also one final hit
of incredible action for Team Ramsay
as we try and climb
over one of London's most famous buildings.
Dad and Jack, do you remember the day that we raced
to be first in the ocean?
On the first day of our holiday in Los Angeles,
we had a competition to see who could be first in the sea.
Jack and I were in the lead,
neck and neck...
I was determined to win.
It was a Tilly touchdown.
There was that surfing dog.
We also met a surfing golden retriever called Ricochet...
..and I asked Ricochet's owner if I could surf with her.
-Jack had a go, too.
Oh, my goodness.
Who remembers how hot it was in the Sandy Ranch Valley?
On one of our summer trips, we travelled to Nevada
to see some real cowboys
and it was over 100 degrees.
My horse took off.
-Everything went flying.
What was yours called? Showbiz?
The cowboys taught us how to round up cattle.
Normally, when I ride, I wear a hat for protection
but it was very traditional here,
cowboy hats and bandanas.
Tilly is doing awesome because that horse likes to go
and she's really riding like a cowgirl.
Good job, guys.
I loved that idea, cooking those steaks on the spades.
Yeah, the one that you tried to steal and go, "My idea."
For lunch, I did some cowboy campfire cooking...
with a twist.
There you go, guys.
Those fires get mighty hot,
so I got Dad to help...
but, as usual, he claimed it was all his idea.
Your dad's a genius.
-How would you like your steak temperature? Medium rare?
Medium rare, please.
I mean, seriously. Boom!
Cooking on shovels worked really well.
The food was delicious.
The steak is good.
All right, guys, are we all ready?
-Oh, yes. Let's go.
Bounce? I hope not.
Mum, do you remember going coasteering in Cornwall
-and jumping off the rocks?
-Are you trying to say,
"Do I remember taking so long to jump off the rocks
"when you were all freezing cold in the water?"
Coasteering is all about scrabbling around cliffs and rocks,
jumping into the ocean and swimming.
It wasn't that high, was it, coasteering? About three metres.
Dad and Jack didn't come with us, but on the big jump,
I think they'd have been as scared as Mum.
It was really high...
..but she did it.
I'm so happy that's not me.
It was a brilliant adrenaline rush...
but, obviously, don't go jumping off cliffs without an expert around.
The dome is about 15 storeys high,
that's pretty tall
so you have to wear a safety harness.
-I'll just stay here and watch.
-Guys, I'll see you when you come back down.
I'm not doing this on my own.
London looks great from high up.
No going back now.
Who remembers when we built that raft in Cornwall?
One of the funniest things we did on holiday
was building a raft and attempting to set sail.
Dad, don't take your trousers off.
I've got to take my...
Ooh, that's cold.
At least it's floating.
You've got to paddle.
I think it's absolutely amazing it's managed to float
and they're going to be so proud.
The raft sailed brilliantly...
-..but then Holly abandoned ship...
..and it all went wrong.
Fastest swim ever - Holly, raft to shore.
That was so tricky.
No-one was listening.
Everyone was just doing what they want.
Let's do a selfie.
I love taking photos of what we get up to
and all of my cooking, so I can put them on my blog.
You can find it on the CBBC website.
That should be good.
One more selfie.
When we were in America,
we travelled to Las Vegas.
They call it the Entertainment Capital of the World.
What did you think of Las Vegas?
I went to work with Dad and got to cook in a professional kitchen.
This looks amazing.
-The trapeze, do you remember?
-That was fun.
-On top of that bar.
-Was it scary up there?
-It was very scary.
The performers from Cirque du Soleil
gave us a masterclass on the trapeze.
-It was terrifying.
She's done it.
After Megan, I had a go.
He's coming to take my job.
I feel like I flew for about five minutes.
Do you remember when I cooked with the Cookie Monster and he helped me?
Tills, what did the Cookie Monster think of your cookies?
He loved them.
It was brilliant meeting the Cookie Monster.
He was so funny...
A-ha, now me ready to do some baking!
..and he sure loves cookies.
-Let me show you Tilly's Cookie Monster.
There you go. Look. Whay! "Cookie Monster!"
Oh, boy! Oh, boy! Oh, boy!
Let's eat cookie.
Best day ever.
-Oh, that's good.
-Oh, me love it.
Om, nom, nom, nom, nom.
Let's go, guys.
Hang on. It's so steep!
Could you imagine going down it on a Blokart?
Only you would think of that.
On your marks. Get set. Go!
We raced Blokarts on Watergate Bay Beach in Cornwall
and were as competitive as ever.
Eat my sand, guys.
I won! Whoo!
The two things the Ramsay Bunch love best
are taking part in adventures and great food
so, after our big climb, we went to eat.
One of the things I did this summer
that made me a little nervous
was appearing on an American chat show
called The Late, Late Show.
It's watched by millions of people.
Are you still single?
On the interview tonight, are you going to be wearing those slippers?
-Because you'll get kicked out of the studio.
I was appearing on the show with Dad
but, before we went, he teased me
by pretending to give me some practice being interviewed...
One more question.
What's it like being the daughter to the best chef in the world?
Oh, my God.
But Jamie Oliver's not my dad.
..but I got him back.
When we appeared on the show,
it nearly all went wrong.
There's a fire. There's a fire!
We competed against James
to see who could cook the best full English breakfast.
It was crisp bacon.
You nearly had the whole studio evacuated.
James nearly had a heart attack.
-James, is that burnt?
No, it's caramelised.
I learned so much about
what it takes to make a big TV chat show
and I think Dad and I made the best full English.
Ladies and gentlemen, a huge thank you
to Gordon and Matilda Ramsay.
Stick around. We'll be right back.
Favourite part of the summer?
Megan loved meeting the Vamps...
How you doing? Are you OK? Nice to see you.
Hello, how are you doing?
..and Jack and I got a chance to see what it's like
to be a musician on a real stage...
Tris, you're out the band!
..then Jack got to actually play with the Vamps.
# All I ever wanna be, yeah
# Is somebody to you
# All I wanna be
# All I ever wanna be, yeah
# Is somebody to you. #
What a rock-tastic day.
-Jack, look, it's the boat we went on.
Is that the one you went on?
It was yellow, but it was exactly like that.
When we got home from Cornwall,
the guys went to pick up watermelons
for the party we were throwing...
..and we came up with a great way of serving them.
The idea is to load up the centre of the watermelon
with elastic bands
until it explodes.
Guys, it's going to blow.
-I hope it does.
-I'm kind of nervous.
It looks like it's going to blow.
I can't wait for it to blow.
Three, two, one, stretch!
SCREAMING AND YELLING
It's got to be...
There was no need to cut up watermelon slices that day.
Hang on to your hats,
I've still got some great clips to show you.
See if you can guess what adventure Jack is miming.
-Why don't I act out something from the summer...
-..and then you guys try to guess what it is?
ALL: Three words.
Pull your pants up.
Pull your pants up.
Save the sea lions!
Saving sea lions!
Come and get it!
The wildlife centre saves around 350 sea lions every year.
We loved feeding them.
They're so cute.
SEA LION BARKS
We decided to help by raising money with a cake bake on Malibu Pier.
Arr-arr, save our seals.
-Yummy cakes and cookies up there.
Thank you so much.
It's all about the doughnuts.
-They're all gone.
Nice work, everyone.
I've got it, I've got it. Cookie Monster.
SHE INHALES AND EXHALES
For Mum's surprise birthday breakfast in Cornwall,
we made smiley pancakes...
Really, really high.
Can the bacon be the hair?
..then snuck upstairs to surprise her.
Who's got elephant feet?
# Happy birthday to you... #
-# Happy birthday, dear Mummy... #
-A smiley face!
# Happy birthday to you. #
How come you get more than me?
-That's for everyone.
-That's for you. This is for all of us.
Mum gets the special plate.
It's Sunday morning, guys.
-It's my birthday.
Holly, Megan and Jack went to train with the Inglewood Blackhawks,
learned some great touchdown moves...
Nice one, Meg.
I caught the ball!
..and some cheerleader dances, too.
Are you guys ready?
We're gonna go...
LA, let's go.
ALL: L...A, let's go!
After dinner, Jack thanked me with a cheerleader routine of his own.
Oh, the pie's in my face.
Pie's in Tilly's face.
-Tilly pie! Movie night. Thank you.
HORN TOOTS After Mum and Dad arrived to see our outdoor film...
That's what you call a drive-in movie.
..the gang pulled a fast one
and pranked me good and proper.
It was payback. Big time.
Three cream pies.
All summer, I've been surrounded by brilliant food...
Seriously, that looks great.
..cooked in some amazing places
with incredible people...
Thank you so much. That is amazing.
Best day ever.
..and had a blast with my family and friends...
-Oh, my God.
Smell that. That piece there.
..but most of all, what I've loved doing best
is bringing everyone together with my cooking.
And I'd love to see what you guys liked cooking most, too.
MUM AND DAD: Goodnight, everyone.
Guys, what did you like best?
My fish pie,
my Party of Popcorn cake,
My Save The Sea Lion biscuits, California fried chicken,
cookies, my seaside spaghetti...
Chefs sleep too, you know.