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Today, Katie joins the Prank Patrol road trip. Her mission?
To convince her friend Jess the guy Katie's
got a crush on is a clothes-stealing criminal.
And when Jess discovers that her clothes have been stolen as well,
she'll have to fight to get her wardrobe back.
# Here they come, they're on a roll
# Where they'll 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 on, join the Prank Patrol. #
Hey, excuse me...
Can you guys help me out?
Are you OK?
I just...I need some water.
-Uh...just...in your mouth?
-Yeah, that would be great.
Uh...is that enough?
Whoo! That is so much better.
Hang on. Is your name Katie?
As in, Katie who applied for Prank Patrol?
Yeah, that's me.
That's me, yeah.
Oh, congratulations, you're the newest member.
Cool, thank you.
Course it is. There. Your official Prank Patrol jacket.
Pop that one on. Sorry about the sand.
Now, Dad, is it cool to take Katie for a while to go pranking?
Take her away.
-You're a legend. All right, you ready to hit the road?
Yeah. I might need a hand, guys.
We're good, let's go this way.
This is Katie.
She's into dress-ups, thrill-seeking,
photographing everything ever
and, of course, black belt ukulele.
Hi, Prank Patrol, please help me prank my best friend, Jess.
I know I can totally make her fall for it
and we've been best friends for so long, she won't mind.
Katie is out to prank her best friend, Jess.
Jess has a creative streak as well.
She loves cooking, drawing, fashion and hanging out with her mate, Kate.
Katie, welcome, to our Prank Patrol spy camper van.
Great to have you part of the road trip. Are you excited?
-Yeah, I'm pumped.
-So, we're pranking your friend, Jess.
Tell me all about her.
Well, we've been best friends for about 10 years now.
She loves the beach. Does surf club, she's really adventurous.
She's hilarious and you know, she likes fashion and stuff like that.
-So why are you going to prank her?
How will she react, though, to being pranked?
She will flip.
She'll give me a pretty big death-glare but I don't think...
Yeah, it'll be good.
OK, so, we need to figure out how we're going to prank Jess.
-Now you said before, she doesn't mind a bit of fashion.
She likes clothes, yeah.
Because we've got this beauty in here. It's called fashion fiasco.
Here's the blueprint.
What happens is, you and Jess go to help out at a really cool
second-hand clothing store,
-owned by the family of a guy that you like. Sound good?
-Can you pretend to like a guy for the prank?
-I can manage that.
Oh, you're awesome. Everything's going to go well at first.
But some strange things start to happen in the shop,
like someone getting stuck in clothes and having to rip them off.
But Jess will really fly off the rack
when she realises the shop is also selling all of her clothes.
-Will she flip out at that?
-She will freak.
I love that.
But, your friend, the boy you like,
has stolen these clothes from Jess.
-That's the catch, sound good?
-That sounds great.
You and I have got stacks to do to pull this off convincingly to Jess.
-You good to go?
-Yeah, OK, let's do it.
Let's buckle up and Ninjas, hit the road.
First up, we're going to visit our resident wardrobe expert
who will help us create a ripper outfit for the prank.
Get it? Ripper? Because it rips?
Oh, I crack myself up!
Oh, ha-ha. Here's our girl.
-So, Katie, this is LienSee.
-Lovely to meet you.
She's pretty much
like the best-dressed member of our Prank patrol team apart from moi.
Look how I'm dressed. It's just flawless.
What Scotty doesn't realise is that wardrobe has all the power.
I'm the host of the show, how much more power can you have than that?
KATIE WHISPERS AGAIN
Another one. I've got this one. Ready?
THEY LAUGH AGAIN
-Best one ever!
-Come on, please get me out of this.
-Please get me out of this.
-Do you respect the wardrobe person?
I'll respect anyone with wardrobes. I want out of these clothes!
What do you think?
-Yeah, all right.
OK, I promise I won't mess with you again, OK?
Katie, why don't you tell LienSee what you need for your prank?
All right. So, I'm taking my best friend Jess to this vintage store
owned by a guy I like and we're going to have to run the store
and we're going to meet some really wacky customers
wearing weird stuff so we're going to need some help.
OK, I think I've got just the thing.
-Whoo, how do you keep doing that?
-Part of my skills.
All right. So, in the prank,
we're going to have a customer come in that gets
stuck putting a dress on but when they get stuck
we want to rip them out of it.
So what you need is weak seams.
What's a weak seam?
OK, a weak seam is a piece of fabric.
When you sew it together, you sew together with a large stitch,
so that when you exert a little bit of force...
it comes apart. It's so easy.
-Try this one.
This works. I think we need a test run.
I have something right here, ready to go.
I think we need to put it on someone.
What? No. You're kidding. Right? A dress? Seriously, not on me.
-It's your size.
-Do you want me to use my wardrobe powers again?
-Excellent. Let's do it.
Arms up, Scotty.
-Are there any armholes?
-Yeah, all right.
-Perfect. Got it.
-That's going to work awesome. Thanks, LienSee.
-Let me take this.
Recipe for a prank.
Know someone who loves to sleep in?
Well, here's a prank that will have them leaping from bed.
Set all the clocks in your house forward by one hour
but make sure you switch off sleepyhead's alarm clock.
Then just wake up the same time you usually do and run into
your sleeping beauty's room yelling, "We're late for school!
"We're late for school!"
Then just sit back and watch them
run around in panic, frantically trying to get ready.
This prank works best on the day of school excursion or a test,
something that will really make them need to get to school on time.
And when they find out the true time,
it'll really get them going.
Next step to this prank, if we are going to be selling Jess's clothes
in our shop, then we need to go and whip them out from under her nose.
So, Katie and I are going to become cat burglars.
I just hope Jess has a cat.
-OK, this is where things get interesting.
-We have to go into Jess's house, and get her clothes.
So, I've got Jess's dad to give us a signal
-when the coast is clear.
-But we still have to be really sneaky.
-OK, got it.
-Do you know who's the sneakiest of them all?
Did you guys bring the disguises?
Can we try them on?
Aw. Have you been seeing LienSee?
Remember, wait for my signal...
OK, good work, Ninjas. Next phase now.
You need to keep lookout while we take some of Jess's clothes.
-Right, what we need to do now, raid the cupboard.
There's a lot. Just start picking out outfits?
-Uh...these are her favourite shorts.
-In the bag.
-OK, she wears this so much.
In a second-hand store for sure.
-Her favourite dress.
-Fantastic. I reckon that's enough.
This is great stuff.
-Is there anything else that, like, means a lot to her?
The blanket. This is her favourite blanket ever.
-She sleeps with it every night.
-Definitely in the bag.
All right, this is brilliant. Ninjas?
Let's get out of here.
I tell you what, that went off without a hitch.
All right, well, we can start taking these disguises off.
There's, like, stuff, all over your face.
What do you mean? What's that? Who would have they done that, when?
How did that get even into that... Ninjas!
Oh, goodness me!
Police! Police! Stop! Stop! Stop!
Oh, you're so funny, Ninjas. Hello.
So, our fashion fiasco is all set to go.
Jess's clothes have been borrowed and set up, ready to sell.
Wait until Jess sees all the crazy things that we've
got in store for her.
All right. It's this way.
Katie, welcome to your prank location.
This is the vintage store where we are going to be pranking Jess.
-Have a look around, what do you think?
-It's pretty cool.
It's amazing, isn't it? Now, see over on that rack over there?
That's where Jess's clothes are going to be for the prank.
That's where she'll be freaking out
but right now it's time to meet some Prank Patrol actors.
First of all, though, someone quite special to your heart.
Katie, time now to meet your brand new crush, Isaac.
So, Isaac's going to be playing Aaron the owner's son.
And I'm not going to lie, Isaac,
when you play Aaron you have to be pretty dodgy.
-Can you handle that?
There's also another actor you need to meet
and that is our young friend over there...
-Devilia, this is Katie. Katie, Devilia.
Really nice to meet you.
All right, well, Isaac and Dee, best of luck.
We'll see you guys really shortly.
And Katie, there is one more person we need to get involved
for your prank right now and do you know who that is?
-Is it Jess?
-Yes. We are going to give her a call.
Rope her in to come along, meet your new crush
and help you work in the store.
All right. Let's do it.
OK, Katie, the time has come, give Jess a call.
-Do you know what you'll say to her?
-Yeah, I've got it in my head.
-Are you nervous about the call?
-No, we do this a lot.
Aw, look at you, smooth operator.
-I'll talk to you afterwards. Good luck.
-Hey, Jess, it's Katie.
Hey, Katie, how are you?
OK, I've got the biggest news ever.
I've met this super guy and his parents own this vintage shop
and he wants us to go work in it, please tell me you can come.
Yeah, I'm pretty sure I can. It sounds good.
Yeah, it'll be so much fun. I'll text details later. See you soon.
-OK, see you. Bye.
-Katie, nice phone call.
-Well, I tell you what, Jess is in.
But there's one more thing we need to do for the prank.
It's time now to release the Ninjas.
The blueprint for Katie's prank is,
one second-hand clothing store, one very dishonest owner.
One rack of Jess's stolen clothes.
And hopefully one very confused prankee.
I can't wait for the bit where
we rip the clothes off the person.
All the beads will go flying everywhere.
Hi, Katie, have a fantastic time. I know you are an absolute tricker.
You're going to have the best day ever
and Jess is going to have an absolute hoot.
It's prank day.
Katie has invited Jess down to help out at a cool second-hand
clothing store, run by a guy that Katie really likes.
But this guy will have to
work really hard to win Jess over.
-Well, that was friendly.
-Jess. Pleased to meet you.
-So how have you been?
-Yeah, good, how have you been?
Good, yes. Right, so there's staff jackets.
-Stuff that we have to wear. You have that one.
-This would suit great.
Apparently you have to dress like Lady Gaga to work in this store.
-Erm, we don't have an actual cash register.
You just write down how much it is basically and what you've got
and just...the change's in here.
There's clearly different stuff, there's the vintage bags
-and the retro stuff.
-It's so cool.
This is like remodelled stuff and we always check the pockets and stuff.
-Because people leave stuff in there.
-What kind of stuff?
Oh, my God.
Just from, like, clearing out the clothes.
Wow, what a stash.
It's crazy, don't let on, of course.
-Now this is a bit dodgy if you ask me.
-Don't you feel bad?
They wouldn't notice that it's gone, would they?
-Because you do find stuff.
-See, like this.
People just leave like change in there things all the time.
OK, so, I think there is someone in the changing room at the moment.
-I've got deliveries at the back.
I'm going to be out there, you all right just watching that?
-Just tick it off, right, if anyone does buy something.
-I reckon something's up with this guy.
-I've found something.
-Did you just...?
-I just found them.
-Did you just find them?
-I just found them.
-It's kind of bad how he takes this stuff.
It's kind of bad how he takes their stuff.
That's what I think.
-But they come in and sell it, don't they?
-They come in and sell it, so wouldn't he be like, "Oh, wait"?
-No, but he puts it in a pile.
-Guess he'll check through them.
I'm just wondering whereabouts you guys get your stock from?
I think people just come in and sell it.
-They're all second-hand.
-Oh, the whole shop?
-It's like vintage.
-Oh, cool, cool.
Yeah, just, I used to have a jacket that looked exactly like this one.
-Yeah, I lost it on Friday night.
Don't you reckon it's just so weird because
when looking at it over there, there's a stain right here.
And that's exactly the same.
Exactly the same as the one that I had.
-But I reckon that was just a production fault.
Maybe someone stole it and then sold it or something?
-Who'd do that, like, really?
No, see, this, this wasn't on my one.
The patches, I didn't have patches on mine.
I'm going to go and get some cash out,
-I might come back.
-We'll put it aside for you.
-But can you find out where he got it?
I'd love to know the distributor.
-Yeah, he's just with a delivery guy.
-As IF he had a jacket exactly like that.
-Who's this disaster on legs?
-Help me, Jess.
-Watch out! It might rip. Oh, too late!
You've broken it.
Uh-oh, don't tell the boss!
Oh, my God, just get it off!
-Look at her.
This is so embarrassing. I'm not a freak, OK, I promise.
-I'm so sorry. You OK?
-I just got stuck in it.
-Are you all right?
-Is that a vintage hair-do?
-Yeah, it is a wig.
-Wig? I thought it was an endangered species!
Totally different with it.
-Yeah, like what?
-Where's the dress gone?
Here, I'll just grab it for you. The entire beading area has broke.
-Oh, I'm so sorry.
-I'm so sorry.
Jess, this is a bit of the dress.
-Do we tell him what happened or do we not?
-I don't know.
Just try and pick it up.
Pick it up, pick it up!
Better hurry before he gets back.
He's going to find out anyway. We might as well leave it.
-You guys all right?
-OK, so this lady came out,
she tried a dress on and it ripped and the beads went everywhere.
-Jess has got the giggles!
-I really didn't mean it. I'm so sorry.
-Is she still here?
-She didn't, like, bail.
-This is the dress here, yeah?
Ah, right on cue,
here comes our Prank Patrol actor to stir things up.
-I have some things here that I was thinking of selling.
They may be just sentimental.
-Could you have a look at them and tell me what you think?
Let's see what we've got in here. I think we should have...
This is a manly one. I think you should try this on.
And what about this one?
Would they be absolutely crazy with your gloves as well?
-You want me to sort this out for you now?
-Yes, let's sort it out.
OK, for all of this, I think I can give you 20 bucks.
-25, I can be nice.
-I think 25 is the highest I can go.
I have already raised it up five dollars. We'll take good care of it.
-I bet you will!
There you go, 25. Thank you so much. I hope you have a nice day.
-Thank you so much, young man.
-That's all right.
-Thank you. Have a lovely day.
-Thank you very much, dears.
Go through the stuff, yeah?
-Do you want to look through the bags, see if there's any...?
As planned, our actress has left the money right where we want it.
-Get her back.
-Go get her.
-We could have 50 bucks each.
-No, no, that is so bad! That's so bad!
-She paid for them.
She needed the money. She came in and she was, like, "I need the money."
I don't even have her contact details.
-I'm not going to chase her down the street.
No, that is so mean.
She's not even going to notice it's gone, OK?
-Guys, 150, that's 50 bucks each.
That's right, Jess, always do the right thing.
Well, you don't have to take it but I can't get it back to her
and I'm not going to burn it.
I told you there was something not right with this guy.
We may as well just keep it.
I've never found that much money
-but no-one has ever come back looking for it.
-That poor lady.
-Guys, you just keep sorting that stuff out, yeah?
Do you sell wigs or whatever?
What was happening with the jacket? You were saying, sorry?
He said that it was his jacket and he wanted to know who traced it down.
-It was his jacket?
-Yeah, he thinks it's his. I don't even know.
It's his if he buys it but he didn't buy it.
-He said it's got a stain on it exactly like his.
-Oh, my God!
-You get people like that a lot.
-Like what, mister?
Sometimes they think they can get free stuff.
I actually have to go out again. I'll be two seconds, sorry.
-OK, see you.
-And don't rush back either!
-She sounded poor, she needs the money.
-I can't even look at him.
-He's so stingy.
-One to ten best friend rating approval?
-Not even minus two or anything.
-Yeah, I don't trust him either.
-Uh-oh, here comes the big hair.
-What do you guys think of this?
-That's my dress! I've got that dress.
-It looks so good on you.
-Thanks, yeah, I think it looks good.
-Where did you get it from?
-I think I got it from under there.
I don't know if I wasn't supposed to go under the thing and get it.
-This should be interesting.
-Yeah, who cares, there's like nothing.
-This is all my stuff!
This is mine. They are my shorts. Size 8. That's my size.
And nobody can ever find that shirt anywhere else. That is my shirt.
I bet it even smells like my mum's washing detergent.
Yeah, it's going to smell like you, isn't it(?)
Yeah, that smells like me, Katie. Don't even lie, that smells like me.
-These must be Jess's clothes all right.
-OK, can I tell you something?
He asked for your address the other night.
-Why would you give it to him?!
-Yeah, why? Here he comes.
-What's the matter?
-That dress looks heaps like one Jess has.
And there are some of my clothes. Where did you get this stuff?
-My parents bring it in. I just sell it.
-Where do your parents get it?
-I don't know, I just work the afternoons.
-A likely story(!)
-You know what, actually, you can't buy that.
-What do you mean?
Because I wanted to buy it.
What, now you have seen how good it looks on me,
you suddenly want it. I don't think so.
-It's OK, it's all right. Do you want to purchase that?
-I'll let you.
-What did you say about that, Jess?
-Well, I've got the exact same one.
-They're not her clothes.
I know what my clothes look like.
-This guy doesn't look happy.
-We've got your jacket over here.
-Yeah, we have that jacket. We kept it for you.
-Your jacket? What?!
-Can I have a look at that, mate?
Who's in charge here?
-I think it's about to get ugly, folks.
-For today I am, yeah.
-Well, I'm pretty sure that this is my jacket.
I'm pretty certain it is. Why did you put these patches on it?
Cos we get them in and we fix them up.
Did you put the patches on to hide the fact that it is stolen?
-Are you serious?
-I am dead serious, mate.
I get stuff delivered in boxes and I bring it out.
Hello, dears. I am sorry to bother you again but I have lost 200.
-I think I left it in one of the handbags.
-That's OK, we found it.
-I'll check. I'll have a look. I haven't seen it.
-The game's up.
-We found it, yeah.
-Don't trust him, he stole this jacket off me.
-I haven't stolen anything.
-But she said you had it.
-You found it.
-What are you talking about?
-We've got your money.
Jess, you're a star.
-LADY: I trusted you with my memories and you...
-No, you didn't.
Calm down, it's OK. Look, we have your money.
-She just took that out of the cash register. That's not...
-MAN: I'm calling the police. This isn't on.
-You're stealing coats off people.
-That is not your jacket!
-Are you OK?
-She is fine.
She brought in her stuff and poured it all out.
-Sorry to raise my voice.
-What kind of business are you running?
That's not your money, that's not your jacket
and they are not your clothes.
Time to finish this, prank style.
-Excuse me, I've just had a call in the area.
-Oh, my gosh!
-I know who you are.
-'She got me good, folks.'
-What are you talking about?
-I know who you are.
Katie, tell Jess what's been going on.
You've just been pranked by the Prank Patrol!
-What did you think was going on, Jess?
-Oh, my God!
My favourite part of the prank would be when I ripped the dress
and beads went flying and Jess, her face was like...
When Jess saw her clothes,
especially when the model wore them...
-That's my dress!
-..she freaked. She was like, "Those are my clothes!"
When Aaron took the 200 from the lady,
I wouldn't have been able to forgive him. I thought it was so real.
She was like, "I'm never talking to him again. Negative two out of ten."
When Scotty walked in, I knew it was a prank
cos I've seen his face everywhere and I knew all his disguises.
-What are you talking about?
-I know who you are!
I think I'll definitely get Katie back.
No, I don't think Jess will get me back.
I think she'll be scared I'll do it again.
Can you help me, Jess?
You broke it!
Katie! Just get it off.
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