Episode 2 The Dog Ate My Homework


Episode 2

Two teams fight it out to dodge detention. The team captains are joined by Sam and Mark, DNN's Victoria Cook and comedian Paul McCaffrey.


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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Hello, and welcome to The Dog Ate My Homework,

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CBBC's best excuse for a panel show.

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Yes, I'm Iain Stirling, and I'm here to take you on a trip to Funtown,

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even if you've forgotten your permission slip. You're welcome!

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But before we get started, here are the school announcements.

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The winner of the school's tallest pupil competition

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is revealed to have cheated.

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We're still having problems with the leak in the boys' toilets,

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but I'm very impressed by the students who are working round it.

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I'm pleased to announce we will be hiring a full virtual theme park

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after the recent success of the roller-coaster simulator.

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But it's time we kicked things off, so let's check the register

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and see who's drooling for a schooling today.

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-On my left, we have Holly.

-Here, sir!

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And on her team we have professional rib tickler Paul McCaffrey.

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-Here, Mr Stirling.

-You all right, Paul?

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And the very beautiful Mark from Sam and Mark.

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Here, mate.

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Good! Chuck them in a blender and what you get is Pallymark.

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I actually feel like I've come off quite well out of that.

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I feel like I've had an upgrade.

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That's what Mark looks like when he's got no make-up on.

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I look like that about eight o'clock in the morning.

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-Definitely.

-That looks like they're trying to hold down a trump.

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-Yeah.

-What is the face you make

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when you're trying not to embarrass yourself in a lift?

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Ooh!

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-Well, there you go. And on my right, we have got Grant.

-Here, sir.

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-He is joined by all-round funny woman Vic Cook.

-Here, Mr Stirling!

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-Hello! And we also have Sam from Sam and Mark.

-Here, sir.

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And you condense them all together and what you get is Grantoram.

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-Wow.

-I think he's very handsome.

-Yeah, it's quite good, actually.

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There is something around the eyes that's very attractive.

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It looks like a male version of Nanny McPhee. Doesn't it?

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It does a bit, yeah!

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Anyway, let's show our teams some love!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Right, teams, this is how we do things around here.

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Every time you win a round, you get to hand in some of this homework.

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If you want your team to come out on top,

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you'll need to hand in the most homework by the end of the show,

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cos if you don't, you'll wind up in detention

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under the supervision of our PE teacher,

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a man whose biceps have different postcodes.

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It's Mr Smash.

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HE ROARS

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ROCK MUSIC THROUGH HEADPHONES

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What's that you've got there, Mr Smash?

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Oh, right, an MP3 player, mate? Finally embracing the 21st century.

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Here, don't forget to put your CD collection on it, buddy.

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SMASH!

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-MUSIC STOPS

-Huh? Huh?!

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I'll replace it, mate. Totally my fault.

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So, that's what you get if you muck up.

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And remember, as far as the points go, it's Iain's school, so it's...

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Well, we're on the clock, so let's kick things off.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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So, first up it's Shedloads, a round that gets you

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thinking on your feet while you're sat on your bums.

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I'll ask you a question that has a shedload of right answers.

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Team by team, you have to give me as many of them as possible.

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When you've given all that you've got or if I get bored,

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I'll move on to the next question.

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The team that I think does the best can hand in their homework.

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OK, first question is on PE.

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-Go.

-Netball.

-Netball.

-Handball.

-Yep.

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-Basketball.

-Yep.

-Bogey flicking!

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Good one. Disgusting, but right.

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-Volleyball.

-Yeah.

-Mini tennis.

-Mini tennis?

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-Mini tennis?! What's mini tennis?

-What's mini tennis?

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Tennis played by borrowers?

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-Move on.

-Snooker.

-Yeah.

-Clapping!

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-Weird, but OK!

-Golf.

-Golf, yeah.

-Artistic dance.

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Sam Nixon is the least sporty person I've ever met in my life.

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Hey, I loved dance at school.

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-Next one.

-Chess.

-Yeah. I'd accept that from you.

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Chess and snooker at school?!

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-Er, thumb war.

-Oh, good one!

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-Good one.

-The handy-pandy one.

-Do it.

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-Ah. I'm not very... No. We didn't...

-Move on.

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-Bowling.

-Yeah.

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-BUZZER

-No!

-Bowls!

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-Yeah!

-Skittles.

-Yeah.

-Making funny noises.

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HIGH-PITCHED CARTOON VOICE: # Duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh!

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-That's brilliant!

-Was that actually you? That's amazing!

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-CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

-Next up, school stuff.

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-McCaffrey, you're an idiot.

-Boom.

-Fail.

-Boom.

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D minus.

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-A plus.

-Oh!

-A minus.

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Oh! Let's not go through EVERY letter of the alphabet!

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-Next one.

-A cat.

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-Next one.

-Must try harder.

-Yeah.

-Tick.

-Yep.

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-A cross.

-Ooh!

-Copycat.

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Good show. Not as good as this one. Next one.

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-Urgghh...

-No, I've never seen "Urgghh" written in a report card.

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-Next one.

-Needs to listen more.

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-What, sorry?

-Needs to listen more.

-Good, good.

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BOOM!

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That's why he's got his own show! You guys?

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I was going to say bread, cheese, milk,

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because he's mistaken your book for his shopping list.

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-Fair enough?

-There you go. Let's move on to...

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Let's just have a laugh, shall we?

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-Go.

-Bonsoir.

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-Watcha.

-Sawasdee.

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-What's occurring?

-All right, mate?

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All right, pal?

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It sounds a bit threatening. Doesn't mean to, but it does.

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-How are ya?

-'Ey up.

-Bore da.

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Oh!

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OHHH!

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Hiya.

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-Alreet?

-Hi!

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-What's this bit here?

-If you're being really quick. Hi!

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You're saying hello and changing a light bulb at the same time.

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Hi, you OK? Any more?

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Word up!

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SCHOOL BELL RINGS

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-That's the end of the round!

-CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Do you know what, mate? Because you drew such a beautiful cat,

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I am going to give that round

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to Holly's team!

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CHEERING

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Holly's team, hand in your homework!

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OK, get ready to show your workings out

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cos it's time for Guesstimate.

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And today's challenge will have you thinking out of the box,

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quite literally. Let's see what you're up against.

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There we go. I've dug out the school's collection

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of lost and found clothes.

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The question is, how many items of clothing can we get on your persons

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in 45 seconds? So, Grant's team, are you quick dressers?

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I read this article that says a celebrity is a person who looks like

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they've got changed in the morning for over two hours.

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I guess that team's not got any celebrities!

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ALL: Ooh!

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I'm not going to lie to you, it takes a long time to look this good.

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He gave up after an hour to find the sleeves for his suit jacket.

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-Wait a minute!

-Let's go to the best-looking member of Holly's team.

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-McCaffrey.

-It took me ages to pick the perfect outfit

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and then I changed out of that and put this on.

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So, guys, what we'll do is, we'll stick ten seconds on the clocks

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so you can road test your dressing-up tactics.

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Ready, steady, start getting dressed!

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-Only ten seconds. Hurry up.

-Come on, someone put the button on this.

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Hurry up!

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BELL RINGS

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Brilliant. So, Mark, how many items of clothing did you get on?

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A half.

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Grant, what's happened to you? You've had a fight with a wardrobe

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-and lost.

-Victoria looks like my dinner lady.

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Get the clothes off and have a little sit back down.

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Holly, what are you thinking? Who do you think can get the most clothes

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-on in the allotted time?

-Mark. Yeah.

-Mark.

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-He looks like a fast dresser.

-Just practising for you.

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-What's that move?

-Putting on a shirt.

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Grant, what about you? Who do you think, Vic or Sam?

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Who do you reckon will be the quickest?

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I think Sam's just a born clothes "put'er-on'er."

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I'm ready to take on the challenge. Thanks, Grant.

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What's going to happen, what I'm going to ask both the teams,

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is how many items of clothing you reckon Sam and Mark, respectively,

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can stick on in 45 seconds.

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The team that guesstimates the highest will take on the challenge.

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-Write them down. You writing down, Holly?

-Yeah.

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On the count of three, reveal your numbers. One, two, three...

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guesstimate now!

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-What?! 25!!

-I was not a part of this.

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-What did you go for, originally, Holly?

-10,000.

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-That's a lot.

-Well, that means that Sam is taking on the challenge.

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Holly, do you want to hand in your homework now or do you want to wait

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-until after?

-Now! Wait, like Grant said, I'm a professional

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-clothes "put'er-on'er."

-In that case, make your way down to Lost & Found.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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All right, guys, are you ready? Vic and Grant, you help out.

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Your time starts in three, two, one...go!

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Go! Come on!

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Put it on properly!

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Go, go, go, go, go!

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Go, go, go!

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Get it on, get it on!

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Get it on, get it on, get it on!

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No chance. No.

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Hold on! I can't see a thing I'm doing!

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-You can do it!

-I think he's going to do it.

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We're almost at the end of the box! We're still going!

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That's an item of clothing. Come on! Come on!

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Get them on my legs!

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-On my legs!

-Tie those jeans round. Tie those jeans round.

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Things are falling off all over!!

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BELL RINGS

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-Stop, stop, OK!

-Whoa, whoa, whoa!

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Stop, stop, stop.

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Grant, I'm going to ask you to put down the airbed.

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Hold the rest of it.

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Vic and Grant, make your way back to your table, please.

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-This is lovely. What is this look?

-This is, you know,

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autumn-winter, sort of, catalogue.

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-sort of.

-Autumn-winter catalogue - all of it.

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-All of it! That counts! That counts!

-Put it over your head.

-String mask.

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We need to find out if you made your target.

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If you make 25 or higher, Grant's handing in homework.

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-If it's lower, Holly's handing in the homework.

-OK.

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I can reveal that Sam Nixon, professional clothes "put'er-on'er",

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in 45 seconds, you put on 29 items of clothing!

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In your face!

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Grant, hand in your homework! Sam, take a seat.

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Right, it is time for the round...

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KNOCKING

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-Hello, who is it?

-It's Eve, from Class 4B.

-In you come, Eve,

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from class 4B. Wow! Eve, have you just come from science?

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-Yep.

-And you're sure you're all right?

-Yeah. Why?

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-You've got a little something on your face.

-Have I?

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-Where?

-Yes, something's just not quite right.

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-I'll let you have...

-Thank you.

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Oh, yes, silly me.

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There! Much better!

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-There you go.

-Thanks very much, Eve.

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-Eve, everyone.

-Bye!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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OK, so we have got some deodorant from the lost property box.

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That's my deodorant. I forgot it after PE.

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-You can get it later on.

-I need it now.

-No!

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ALL: Eugh!

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It's time for our language round, called # Say Whaaaat? Victoria,

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# Say Whaaaat?

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-# Say Whaaaat?

-Sam.

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-# Say Whaaaat?

-Mark.

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-# Say Whaaaat?

-Paul.

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-# Say Whaaaat?

-Calm down, mate. You've taken that too far.

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Unbelievable. This one's as simple as it gets.

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I'll give you lot a handful of words from around the world.

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All you guys need to do is tell me what you think they mean.

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Whichever team I think does best overall can hand in their homework.

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Buzz in when you think you know what this word means.

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This is your first word here.

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BELL

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-Yeah?

-A foot for a baby?

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LAUGHTER

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Correct in English, but it means something else...

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BELL

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-Sam?

-Bigfoot's son.

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Is it an ironic nickname for someone with really big feet,

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like, you call a giant bloke Tiny?

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-Oh, there is, look, old Baby-foot. Someone with size 15 shoes!

-A clown!

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-Yes?

-In French, something like baby football, like babies play football?

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Do you know what, Holly? It's close enough, I'm going to give you that.

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Baby-foot is the French word for table football.

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But, wait, wait, I know what you're all thinking.

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Iain, that's all fine and well but how do you pronounce that?

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Well, it's a little something like this.

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-SUAVE FRENCH ACCENT VOICE-OVER:

-Baby-foot.

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LAUGHTER

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-OK...

-What should it have sounded like?

-A little something...

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like this.

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-SUAVE FRENCH ACCENT VOICE OVER:

-Baby-foot.

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Our next word is this one.

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-Holly?

-Is it something like a Halloween costume,

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like a snotty ghost or something?

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-A snotty ghost?

-A-tish-oooooooo!

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A ghoul-based pun. No-one thought it possible.

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It's like a really posh word for when you trump,

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so it's like, "Urgh, Deidre dropped a snollygoster!"

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I think it's an umbrella for turkeys.

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-Don't forget your snollygoster.

-HE IMITATES A TURKEY

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That's not bad. I'm going to give you guys the answer.

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It's an American-English word for an unscrupulous or unprincipled person.

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-Do you want to know what that would've sounded like?

-Yes, please.

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Well, that word would've sounded a little something like this.

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-NEW YORK ACCENT VOICE-OVER:

-Snollygoster!

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-There you go.

-Nice.

-Our next word is this one.

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-Ooh!

-Vick?

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I think it's like the sound that an Italian ambulance would make,

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so it's like, "Ni-na, na-na, ni-na, na-na!"

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Holly?

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Like a child walking along with grandma, like falling over,

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like, "Ni-na, na-na, ni-na!"

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To be honest, Holly, if my grandmother fell over,

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I'd try and catch her!

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I would! If she made that noise...! Boof! And I'm like,

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"Ni-na, na-na, na-na!" That must really help her out!

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"Right, I'm off!"

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It's if the person you're saying hello to is called something else

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and you think it's Nina. You go, "How're you doing, Nina-na..."

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-Good.

-I'm going to give you the actual answer.

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-It is Italian for lullaby.

-How's it pronounced?

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I'm glad you asked me, cos it sounds a little something like this.

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-ITALIAN ACCENT VOICE-OVER:

-Ni-na na-na!

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Right, well, that is MORE than enough of that.

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Grant's team, you've done very well, but Holly, ni-na na-na-nah,

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which is Italian for "hand in your homework!"

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OK, so, we're about halfway through the show,

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so let's check in with Smash for the scores.

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So, Smash, what have Grant's team got?

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Grrrrrr!

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Oh, and, er, what about Holly's team?

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Grrrrrrr!

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Mmm, so, Grant's team, you're trailing at the minute.

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You'd better pull your socks up if you want to dodge detention

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with Mr Smash. Believe me, you wouldn't like him when he's angry.

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Aaarrrrrrrggggh!

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That's one of his five-a-day! Let's get on with the next round.

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OK, it's time for What Happened Was,

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a round where our teams bang their heads together to come up with

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a good excuse for not handing in their homework.

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But what will their excuses be about?

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Let's find out by grabbing some words from the audience. Let's go!

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OK, I need some words from the audience.

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-Name?

-Snowm... Shannon.

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Your name's snowman?!

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-Your parents must hate you! OK, what's your name?

-Shannon.

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-And what's your word, Shannon?

-Snowman.

-Snowman. OK.

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-What's your name?

-Naomi.

-And what's your word?

-Electric eel.

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Electric eel?! Wow!

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-OK, what's your name?

-Olivia.

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And what's your word?

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-Fantastical.

-Fantastical. Good word.

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Going to go with... We've got Zayn from One Direction.

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-What's your word, Zayn?

-Butterflies.

-Butterflies. Ooh!

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So, Holly's team,

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you've got to come up with your excuse using the words...

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So, get thinking. I'm going to get some words for Grant's team.

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-What's your name?

-Erin.

-What's your word, Erin?

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-Martian.

-Martian?!

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Nice one. And what is your word?

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-Cheese factory.

-Cheese factory!

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-What's your name, teacher?

-Eva.

-Eva. What's your word?

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-Octopus.

-Why octopus? Why did you pick that?

-Don't know.

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-Do you want me to not sit next to you any more, Eva?

-Yes!

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OK. Next word.

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-What's your name?

-Rachel.

-And what's your word...?

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-Pineapple.

-"Rachel, pineapple!"

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OK, Grant's team. Your words are...

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Right, we've got our words. So, let's get fibbing. Come on!

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-OK, Holly.

-Homework?

-So, bring it over, mate. Hand it in.

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-Well, I kind of haven't done it.

-You've not done it at all?

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-But I do have an excuse.

-Let's hear it then.

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Well, I was going out for my birthday meal

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-and I've have been waiting for this all year!

-Happy birthday, by the way.

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-Nice one, OK.

-We were walking to this restaurant called Fantastico.

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-So, anyway, I ordered this, like, non-alcoholic cocktail.

-Right, OK.

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-But it has butterflies in it!

-A butterfly cocktail?!

-I was fuming!

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-Really?!

-Absolutely fuming!

-Well, that's understandable.

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You don't want a butterfly in your drink.

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Because when I get angry I've got snowman-itis.

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What is that?

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What happens is, I turn into this massive, pink snowman.

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You're like a winter version of the Incredible Hulk.

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Yes, and my brother has electric-eel-itis as well.

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-What does...?

-He turns into an electric eel. He's like...

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I think I've read that comic book. It's a good one.

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So once we'd been on our massive adventure I got home

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but by then it was, like, half-six in the morning, I had no time to do it.

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-Ah!

-So that's why I haven't done my homework.

-Entirely plausible.

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Don't worry, though. Grant, you hand in your homework and, er...

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You will not believe what happened to Grant!

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-VOICE-OVER:

-School disco!

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School disco!

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DANCE MUSIC

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MUSIC STOPS ABRUPTLY

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-What happened, mate?

-I was at, erm...

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a pineapple party,

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and it was set in a cheese factory.

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-Well, cos...pineapple and cheese.

-Exactly.

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One of the greatest hors d'oeuvres known to man.

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-I went there with my pet Martian who goes everywhere with me.

-Everywhere.

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-You're not going to leave a Martian on its own, are you?

-No.

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And basically out of the top of the pineapple popped this octopus

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-with his sticky thingies.

-His suckers?

-Yeah.

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He just grabbed my homework and took it away, never to be seen again.

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I know, it's heartbreaking.

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Well, you've both got entirely plausible excuses.

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But we need to decide whose is the most believable.

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So, audience, if you are a fan of butterfly cocktails, cheer now.

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-CHEERING

-Come on!

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Or if you prefer your octopuses out of a pineapple,

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cheer for Grant right now.

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CHEERING

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-SAM:

-That's louder, that's louder.

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Well, that was close.

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-So I'm going to have to call it a draw.

-What?!

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-Both of you, hand in your homework.

-What?!

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APPLAUSE

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OK, so before we get on with the next round, Paul,

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you're clearly not putting in the effort, mate. I'm furious.

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-In fact, I'll give you some lines.

-Oh, what? That's not fair.

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Yeah, I'm giving you lines, mate.

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You do that and let me know when you're done, yeah? Here, Vic?

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-Yeah?

-I want your female opinion on this.

-Yeah.

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I was thinking of growing a beard.

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-Yeah, why not? You'd suit a beard.

-I'll give it a go. Here we go.

0:22:370:22:41

HE GRUNTS

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Ooh...argh...

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POP!

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-What do you think?

-Gorgeous.

-I'm actually...a bit bored of it,

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-if I'm being honest.

-Oh.

-Yeah.

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SHAVER BUZZES AND CUTS

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-Finished.

-All right, mate, let's have a look.

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It says, "Iain is not my real teacher and I wish he would leave me alone."

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-Good. Well, I hope that taught you a lesson, mate. Did it?

-No.

-Good.

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Right, well, let's move on.

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OK, here we go with the race to the finish. It's All Kinds Of Wrong.

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In this round, I'll be throwing all sorts of questions at each team.

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When the spotlight stops on you, you have to give me

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the first wrong answer that comes to mind.

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Every wrong answer you give me means

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a bonus piece of homework in the bank. Have you got it?

0:23:380:23:41

-SAM: Got it.

-Well...

-MARK:

-No. No.

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See, they got it right,

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because you can't say the right answer, Sam.

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Yeah, but I...haven't got it!

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Grant's team, you're up first so, please,

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get yourself under...the Wrong Ray.

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OK, guys. You are against the clock.

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-So, in three, two, one...

-KLAXON SOUNDS

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Don't count your chickens before they...?

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Fall over.

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An apple a day keeps who away?

0:24:120:24:15

Ti...tigers.

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The "T" in T Rex stands for...?

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Ti-per-pita-per.

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Name a Teletubby.

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Jeremy Kyle.

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You put your heart on your h...?

0:24:280:24:29

-Haaaair!

-BUZZER

0:24:290:24:31

Harry Potter and the Chamber of S...?

0:24:340:24:35

Scrambled eggs.

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Good things come to those who...?

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Watch Sam and Mark's Big Friday Wind Up on CBBC.

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Christmas Day is in the month of...?

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Fruit.

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Arachnophobia is a fear of...?

0:24:510:24:53

Kissing grandmas.

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-What noises does a duck make?

-BELL RINGS

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-Oh, time up.

-APPLAUSE

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Well done, guys.

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That was the biggest load of rubbish I have ever heard

0:25:020:25:05

so take your seats back by the desk, please. Give it up for the team.

0:25:050:25:09

APPLAUSE

0:25:090:25:11

OK, guys. Your time starts in

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-three, two, one...

-KLAXON SOUNDS

0:25:140:25:16

Snow White and the Seven...?

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-Oranges.

-OK.

0:25:190:25:21

Don't judge a book by its...?

0:25:210:25:23

Sausages.

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OK. Pop goes the what?

0:25:240:25:28

"Hi."

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"LOL" means laughing out...?

0:25:300:25:32

Swindon.

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Are you a man?

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No.

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If your tooth is sore, you visit the...?

0:25:390:25:42

Telly.

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How many days in a week?

0:25:440:25:47

Big Ben.

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An owl goes...

0:25:480:25:50

HE GRUNTS

0:25:500:25:52

You shouldn't keep all your eggs in one...?

0:25:520:25:55

Cardiff.

0:25:550:25:58

-Christopher Columbu... Oh!

-BELL RINGS

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-APPLAUSE

-Yeah! Nonsense, nonsense.

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That could've made all the difference to the scores

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but then again, I could be wrong.

0:26:080:26:09

Holly's team, go back to your seats

0:26:090:26:11

while I work out who's scored top marks.

0:26:110:26:14

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:26:140:26:15

Detention's calling, so it's time to find out who gets an A

0:26:180:26:21

and who gets an "Ah".

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Are you ready, Smash?

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Graaghhh, ha-ha, ha-ha-ha-ha!

0:26:250:26:28

-Aw, look. His mum got him that necklace for Christmas.

-Ha-ha!

0:26:280:26:32

So, here we go, let's find out which team are swotty

0:26:320:26:35

and which team are...

0:26:350:26:37

ALL: Notty!

0:26:370:26:39

AUDIENCE WHOOP WITH RISING EXCITEMENT

0:26:400:26:43

Today's winners are...

0:26:440:26:47

Holly's team!

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ALL: Yeah!

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High-five.

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Well done, Holly's team. That is bad news for you, Grant.

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You guys are going to have to take the Walk of Shame. Off you go.

0:26:540:26:58

MR SMASH LAUGHS CRUELLY

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Watch it, Smashy. Be careful with Sam, he's not insured.

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Well done, Holly's team.

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Anyway, that's all for today but before we go,

0:27:100:27:12

please give it up for Grant's team in detention, Sam, Vic and Grant.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:27:160:27:17

Give it up for our victors, Mark, Paul and Holly.

0:27:170:27:20

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:27:200:27:21

Thank you, everyone, for watching, and remember, we didn't learn much,

0:27:210:27:26

but it was fun trying.

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See you next time on...

0:27:280:27:29

ALL: The Dog Ate My Homework!

0:27:290:27:33

Sees ya!

0:27:330:27:36

APPLAUSE

0:27:360:27:37

Two teams fight it out to dodge detention and put the cool back into school, in a mischievous mix of tongue-in-cheek comedy, off-the-wall questions, nonsensical studio games and slapstick challenges.

The super-student team captains are joined by children's favourites Sam and Mark, DNN's Victoria Cook and comedian Paul McCaffrey.


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