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Today, Charlotte joins Prank Patrol.
Her mission - to trick her entire dance class
into believing they're auditioning for a new TV dance show
with the worst dance troupe in Australia.
# Here they come - they're on a roll
# Where they strike, nobody knows
# If you have a point to prove
# They'll make a plan and see it through
# They'll sign you up to join their crew
# Scotty and the Ninjas too
# Here we go Come and join the Prank Patrol. #
Yeah, we're living the dream.
What a great day for a picnic.
You have the last sandwich.
I insist - have the last sandwich.
You are the best friend anyone could ask for.
Yeah, my jokes are funny, I know.
Looks a good picnic. I like your teddy bear.
Thanks. We've been on the road a while,
so it's nice to take time out, enjoy each other's company...
Hang on a minute!
-Is your name Charlotte?
-Did you apply for Prank Patrol?
Congratulations, you're the newest member of Prank Patrol.
You'll need your Pass to Prank,
and your official Prank Patrol Road Trip jacket.
-Ready to get pranking?
-Esme, may I take Charlotte for a while?
-I suppose so.
-Can you clean up this picnic for me?
OK. Come on, Charlotte! See you!
-Here's our camper van. In you hop.
This is Charlotte. She loves chatting to her friends.
If she's not hitting or catching a ball,
she mucks about with brother Will.
Please help me prank my dance friends.
We have so much fun together.
They're passionate and dramatic, so I think they'd be good to prank.
'This is Georgia, Alex,
'Charlotte's dancing buddies.
'You can see them strut their stuff, ready for the big time.'
A bit of sauce there, a bit of sauce there.
That is what I call a sauce smiley.
Are we going to start?
Thanks for being part of Prank Patrol Road Trip,
and welcome to our Prank Spy camper van.
Who are we getting?
The girls in my dance class.
-"Girls" - more than one?
All right. Why prank these girls?
We've been together four or five years in the same class.
We have so much fun. We always play jokes on each other.
We've worked hard, so I thought it might be good to prank them,
give them a shock.
This is our first dance class we've pranked.
Do they take their dancing seriously?
They love it.
All right. Imagine if there was a new TV show about dancing,
and these girls got asked to be involved.
-Would they be excited?
-They would love that!
They'd be excited to be on TV?
I think we have the perfect prank for you.
I'll tell you about that,
but we've been keeping a Road Trip diary.
I want to show you my latest entry.
Dear Diary, I've decided to keep a memento
of the good times on my road trip.
I remember my mum used to press flowers.
I thought I'd do that, but with wicked plants and cool stuff.
It's a great way to remember the cool places we've been to,
and I'm a natural at it, of course.
Check you campers later. Scotty out.
-What do you think?
-It's not bad.
-It's all right.
-Great skill to have in the outdoors.
Best way to remember the good times.
We should get onto pranking business.
I thought this would be great for your dance class.
Botched Boy Blitz.
Your class will be told there's a group of boy dancers
in the final auditions for this new TV show,
but the auditions are top secret,
and your class was chosen to practise with the boys.
If they nail it, they'll be on TV.
Their reaction will be awesome, except - in Prank Patrol style -
these boys won't be able to dance.
They'll have attitude, be clumsy,
and blame your classmates for all their stuff-ups,
right at the end.
We need a lot of work to make this look authentic,
and like a legit TV show.
-Yes, I'm so keen.
We'd better get into it.
Ninjas! Pack up the spy camper van. Let's hit the road!
The first step is coming up with our own fake television show.
It needs to seem like the real deal,
to convince Charlotte's dance class
they really will be on TV.
I'll race you to the top.
How d'you beat me?
-Huh! Come on.
-Zaen! How you going?
Good to see you, mate.
This is our Prank Patrol Graphics Dude.
Nice to meet you.
How can I help you today?
We need to create this fake reality TV dance show.
We need it to look legit as possible. We need your help.
What were you thinking?
I thought we should have a show logo
and some posters, lighting, music, cameraman,
OK. I can get all that sorted for you.
I think we should do the show logo first.
Brilliant. What do we do for that?
We'll get a new page, select a font.
Before we get into this, we need a show name.
What about Scotty's Dancing Show Spectacular?
Don't you think your name in the title might give away the prank?
We do risk that. What else?
I was thinking, Dance Dream.
-That's a good name.
-See what we can do with that.
We'll type that in.
-What about something in the middle?
Yeah, I like the star.
Cool. We'll change the font around.
How about this one?
Amazing! That looks like a real TV show logo.
What else do we need?
What?! That's amazing. What else do we need?
-This is getting better! What else is on the list?
This is so cool.
Charlotte, we've got heaps to do for your prank.
-Zaen, thanks for your help.
I'll just start taking this stuff.
We'll get the Ninjas to pick up the rest of the gear.
See you later!
For someone with a favourite T-shirt,
this recipe will prank them just a little.
Buy a second shirt identical to your friend's favourite,
only a size or two smaller.
When their favourite shirt is in the wash,
swap it with the smaller one.
Then, wait for your fine work to be noticed
Make sure you keep their treasured shirt safe and handy,
or else your friend may have a small fit.
Next, we have to convince Charlotte's dance class
that a brand-new, free-form style of dance
will help the dance troupe win this TV talent competition.
So, we're going to meet the boys
and work out some off-the-wall dance moves for them.
Yo, yo, yo. What's up, Benji? Matt? Locky? Wade? How are you?
-How are you doing?
-Hi, I'm Charlotte.
So, are you guys ready to do a "break it down and blow it up"
and just take it to the floor and shimmy out the dust?
Yeah, you know what I'm saying?
-OK, well, Charlotte, tell these guys what we're after.
We need you guys to do a dance routine for my dance class.
-You think you can do something?
Why don't you show us what you can do and we can take it from there?
That's what I was going to say. All right, let's see what you've got.
DANCE MUSIC PLAYS
Guys, that was awesome. But the problem is, I think it was too good.
-Yeah. You're meant to be terrible.
-You got any ideas how we can make it work?
Actually, I do have an idea.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Scotty's awesome school of dance.
Positions, everyone. V formation.
The first thing we're going to do is the classic waterfall.
Water falling from the top. And splashing at the bottom.
Let's do this together. Five, six, seven, eight.
That's it, that's it. Looking good,
but I reckon we bring it home
with the classic text message dance moves.
Everybody get your phone out and start texting. Freestyle text it.
Freestyle text it. Behind the back. Behind the back.
Chuck it up. Chuck it up. Through the legs. Through the legs.
-This is awesome. Do you reckon this will be good for the prank?
Fantastic. Except, I reckon you guys need to step aside for a second
and watch a master at work.
OK, everyone, strap yourselves in,
cos you're going to be pleasantly surprised.
Ninjas have joined us, as well.
The bigger the crowd, the bigger the performance. Here we go.
DANCE MUSIC PLAYS
Sprinkle, sprinkle, sprinkle.
Shopping trolley, shopping trolley.
I know! It's good, isn't it?
What happened to the music?
What's going on? I can't stop dancing.
You're so funny.
Our latest Prank Patrol member, Charlotte, is out to prank
her dance class by convincing them
that they might be on a new TV show
with the country's hottest dance troupe.
But this is one group not exactly destined for fame and fortune.
Charlotte, welcome to your prank location.
This is where the Dance Dream TV show for your prank
is going to go down.
Here are Prank Patrol actors that are going to help in your prank.
-We've got Michael and Charlotte.
So, we've got Michael, who will be playing Chris the choreographer
for Dance Dreams. How do you want him to play his character?
Be over the top and treat the boys like kids when they behave badly.
OK, so you want me to treat them like they're really delicate
and sensitive, a bit like this?
Oh, you poor thing, quick, get him an ice pack before he faints.
-My number one dancer must be protected.
Well, that's pretty full on. Well, guys, best of luck for the prank.
We're only moments away, so we'll see you guys very shortly.
And Charlotte, I tell you what, we've put in the hard yards
and we're just about good to go.
There is one more thing we need to do. Do you know what it is?
Release the Ninjas.
The blueprint for Charlotte's prank is - mix a talentless dance troupe
with a chock-full of attitude
with a fake TV dance show competition.
Throw in an over the top choreographer
and some really weird dance styles, a clumsy dancer,
and some horrified students,
and you up with a diabolic dancing debacle.
-Good luck, Charlotte.
-Hope it all goes well.
-BOTH: Break a leg.
Charlotte, you're going to be awesome.
Those girls are going to kill you!
It's prank day, and here are the girls all warmed up and ready to go
for their big audition.
Let's hope that Dance Dream doesn't become a dance nightmare.
Well, they've got red curtains and posters. Certainly looks official.
Good to see you.
Hello. Well, my name's Chris and I'm the choreographer
for a new TV show called Dance Dream.
'He's the one you have to impress, girls!'
..the best dance troupe. We've already had hundreds of auditions.
And the four boys you're about to meet
have made it through to the finals
and they are one step away from winning the whole competition. OK?
And they just blew the judges away.
Why you're here is we are looking for some girls
to dance with the boys on the show.
'This is the big time, girls.'
I know you're excited, but before we bring the boys in,
I just want to see, Christie,
I just want to see what you've prepared for us today.
-You want them to go up?
-Yep, if that's fine with you.
'Come on, girls. Show them how it's done.'
'Wow! They're really good.
'I could dance like that, you know, if I wanted to.
Fantastic. That is great. Very good.
There's just a few things, right, that I've picked up.
Just some ideas that I might throw at you
and just see how we go with it.
So, what I work with is more of a free-form style.
-OK, this is the tree.
-'The tree, everybody.'
-It's growing the other way.
-'The double-sided tree, everybody.'
Waterfall. Little bit of finger action.
'Work those fingers, girls.'
Bit of finger action, there.
OK, let's just collapse the whole thing in here.
-Now, I'm an egg.
-'From waterfall to egg.'
-It's a bird.
'The egg is hatched.
'Now the bird has exploded.'
'You look like you've done this move before!'
OK, I don't like what I'm getting, here.
'Maybe someone's texting him that these moves are awful.'
OK, that's good.
-I'm going to throw things like that at you all day.
'You're going to throw eggs and mobiles at us?'
-All right, if you just want to take a seat.
-OK, Boy Blitz.
-'Here we go. Apparently, they're awesome.'
'Are you laughing because they're so good?'
I might cry.
'You're not very good at hiding what you really think.'
I like that one in the front.
'Nice is one word for it.'
That was great.
Boy Blitz, everyone! Fantastic. Did you see some of the ideas in there?
-'I'm sure you did see them!'
-Excuse me, actually, sorry.
Yes. Can do that. ..OK, boys, this is the camera crew.
'Is this going to be on TV?!'
If you just want to make your way outside, that would be great.
-OK, see you.
-So, thoughts, feelings?
I didn't think they were that good.
-I like this.
'What? That was a good move?!'
Yeah, but the boys themselves aren't that bad. They've got rhythm, yeah?
The guy with the pink top's pretty hot.
-They want you to dance with them...
-'And who could say no to that?'
I'm going to go with the flow.
And be better dancers than them, seriously.
-You ain't got nothing on me.
-'Love that confidence.'
Hello, hi, girls, sorry, are you their teacher?
Yeah, I'm Lauren.
Hi, Lauren, I'm Fifi, I'm the vox pop interviewer for Dance Dream.
Would you mind if I ask the girls a few questions on camera?
Yeah, that should be fine.
'I wonder if they're going to say what they really think.'
Hello! What do you think of the boys? Pretty fantastic?
Yep, they're all right.
-'Just all right?'
-Is it a dream come true for you
to be able to dance on Dance Dream?
I guess so, yeah.
'Considering you've only just heard of it!'
-Do you think you're honestly up to the same standard as these boys?
-I can take them on any day.
-I like the confidence.
-'You go, girl.'
And let's be honest, the boys are pretty cute, aren't they?
Yeah, they're OK, I guess, I don't know.
-'You're not blushing, are you?'
-Good luck, girls.
It's time to pair up with the boys.
'Pair up? Time to make the boys look good, girls.'
All right, we'll just run through a few things all together.
We just want to see how you move.
And also how your rhythms match up, as well.
I'll just get you started.
'Well, I might start moving towards the door, girls.
'What's it going to be this time?
-I'm just going to get you started.
'I think that move's called the arm.'
Face each other.
'No giggling, now, girls.
'Check out that shoulder work. Nice.'
Is there any way that you can incorporate a lift here?
'Uh-oh. There's been an injury.'
Are you OK? It's all right, just don't crowd him.
-She didn't get in the right position for the lift.
-'The right position?'
Just stop. Just stop.
'Thank goodness, his acting is better than his dancing.
'The girls are lapping it up.'
Everyone just take a bit of a break for a minute.
Hold that there.
I think what we'll do now is we'll just try and keep it moving along.
These things happen. Look, can we grab the costumes, maybe?
'Oh, good, costumes!'
They're just a prototype at the moment,
but I think you'll find they're actually really interesting, OK?
You might look at these go, "Oh, this is not what I wanted."
No, they're pretty.
'Now, why don't I believe you?'
-Wait, this is on my head. This is like a poncho, is it?
-I love ponchos.
-'So do I. That hat really finishes the outfit.'
This is really going to bring out your eyes, Charl.
'Maybe if her eyes were rainbow coloured.'
-They look all right. You know, it's prototype.
'I'm not sure if your opinion can be trusted.
'Those things on your leg look like what you'd clean the shower with.'
-Is that the way you want it?
-You chose these?
'Blame the boys for those costumes!'
Now, what I want to see, girls, now, is to some fierce poses in these.
-'Fierce kittens, perhaps?'
-Stuff like that, all right?
Feel free to make a noise.
'You do a good fierce, Georgia.'
That's sort of what I'm looking for. Boys, if you just want to step up.
Ben, you stay out for a minute.
Girls, we just want you on the side here.
'On the side?
'Surely with those costumes, they should be centre stage.
'That's it. Work those ponchos, girls.'
Do a bit of that and I want you to create some variation with that.
OK, can we just bring a bit of music in? Thanks, Christie.
'Hang on, why don't the boys have to look silly, too?
'All right, they do. My mistake.'
Nice, that's good, girls. I'm sure there's more there, isn't there?
'Oh, there's definitely more there.
'Something tells me you're not taking this very seriously.'
Wait, wait. Stop the music. This isn't working. Stop the music.
Wait a minute. OK. Thanks, Christie.
How about we take a break from pairing up for a minute?
Girls, if you just want to...
You might want to take the costumes off.
'I think they definitely want to take the costumes off.'
-...go through one of their regular routines.
You can see how they do it, OK? Right?
'Now, it's time for a lesson from the boys.'
OK, that's better.
Look at the boy on the end.
'Unfortunately, the lesson is, we're not very good.'
'I'm guessing you're not a fan, Georgia?'
Work it, guys. This is your time.
'But maybe you've had a bit too much time, boys.'
This is the finals, OK.
What is happening here?
You girls, you've had some sort of influence.
-I do not appreciate it, OK? Look, I'm sorry.
-No, we've made no distractions.
'That's it, stand up for yourselves.'
We're not putting the boys out of sorts.
What do you feel about it being your fault
that the boys won't make it to the finals of Dance Dream?
Who was doing handstands
and he apparently hurt his back from lifting Charlotte?
Why was he doing handstands?
'She does have a point.'
That was the executive producer on the show
and he's saying that Boy Blitz might be off the show, right?
-No, I don't think it's funny.
They were fine.
What have we done?
-These guys have...
-'It is kind of funny.
Chris, mate, you're fired. I've had enough.
-It's not my fault, OK?
-Get out of here.
You know what? I quit. I'm not for this show.
Charlotte, you want to say what's going on?
You guys have been framed by Prank Patrol.
Oh, my god!
When Boy Blitz came in, we just kind of looked at each other, like,
is this serious? Who are these guys trying to be?
Towards the end, Alex's face was so funny. She was like...
Charlotte got us good.
I thought it was real. I thought it was a real audition.
This is how you dance.
What have you got?
Be a bird. Be a bird.
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