Episode 6 The Dog Ate My Homework


Episode 6

Two teams fight it out. The team captains are joined by Bobby Lockwood and Louisa-Connolly Burnham from Wolfblood, and comedians Katie Mulgrew and Paul McCaffrey.


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INDISTINCT CHATTER

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CHEERING

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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. I'm Iain Stirling

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and I'm here to show you that boring lessons are totally old school.

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But first up it's the school announcements.

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The caretaker informs me

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there's reason to believe that the school cow could be a fake.

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LAUGHTER

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Will all pupils please remember to remove uneaten food

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from their lunch boxes, otherwise they may attract Borrowers.

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LAUGHTER

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And if anybody has any information about the giant bogey

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I found under my desk, please could they make themselves known.

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LAUGHTER

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Anyway, let's see who's trying to get a big fat tick today.

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It's time to take the register.

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-On my left there's Neve.

-Here!

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And on her team we've got rubber- faced comedian Paul McCaffrey.

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Here, sir.

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-As well as Wolfblood Shannon AKA Louisa Connolly-Burnham.

-Here.

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Squeeze them all together and we get Loupenaul.

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That's lovely, isn't it, mate?

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There's my eye!

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-To my right-hand side there is Gilbert.

-Hello.

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And in Gilbert's team we have a very funny northern lady, Katie Mulgrew.

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Here, sir.

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And we've got Wolfblood's very own heart-throb

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-Rhydian, AKA Bobby Lockwood.

-Here.

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And together they make up Bobcatbert.

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-What is that?

-For all the girls in the audience,

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that's what Bobby looks like when he isn't wearing make-up.

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It looks like whoever it is has been given a lift to the show

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really quickly and had its head out the window all the way here.

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Paul, I think you should wear lipstick more in day-to-day life.

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-You look great. That is a really...

-Thank you very much, Katie.

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If only we had some lipstick.

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-Oh, come on!

-If we win, does he have to wear the lipstick?

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What do you think, if they win should Paul wear lipstick?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Yeah!

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-I object!

-Thank you very much!

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-I might as well go home now.

-You're more than welcome, mate.

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OK, please make some noise for today's teams!

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CHEERING

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This is how things work round 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, you'll need to

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hand in the most homework by the end of the show

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because if you don't, your team will wind up in detention under

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the supervision of a man who once beat the Welsh rugby team...

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by himself.

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Our PE teacher, Mr Smash. Hiya, Mr Smash. What you doing, mate?

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HE LAUGHS CRAZILY

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You're painting a lovely picture, what is it?

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HE GRUMBLES

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Oh, right, yeah, yeah, yeah - it's a potato.

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HE GRUMBLES

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Oh, sorry! Sorry, mate. It's a lovely egg.

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HE GRUMBLES

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What? I can't... What is it?

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HE GRUMBLES AND YELLS

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Oh! It's a self-portrait!

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What are you going to do now there's a hole in it?

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HE YELLS

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I think he'd better start again.

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

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Let's get down to business.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Now, this round is seriously hip - as well as arms, legs and torso.

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Yes, it's Body Language.

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I'm going to ask you questions which all have three-letter answers

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and, teams, you have to spell the answer using your bodies.

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Gilbert's team, you're up first so please make your way down the front.

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Your time starts in three, two, one!

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Go! What does a janitor use to clean the floor?

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-A mop.

-Mop, mop, mop, mop!

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What are you doing, Gilbert?

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-That's his ninja stance.

-He's become a wolf.

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Right, when you burst a balloon it goes...?

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Pop!

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O again.

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It comes out of your pen when you're writing.

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Ink.

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K. K? What? How do you do a K?

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Arm and a leg!

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Not like that!

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I'll just give you the point.

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This happens why you chop an onion.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Cry!

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Come on.

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This way. No, this way.

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That was a good R.

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Next one. Like a mum only more hairy.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Dad!

-Dad.

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My mum is quite hairy.

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How do you do D?

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-Do a D!

-All right, all right.

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Your D is back to front.

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BELL RINGS

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Lower case, lower case.

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You guys go back to your desk. Neve's team, get out there.

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OK, three, two, one.

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The number of pupils needed to count to 20 on their fingers.

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Two!

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W.

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Andy Murray loves to serve one of these.

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-Ace.

-Yeah.

-It's...

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OK. You sit on this in class.

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-Seat!

-No. That's four letters.

-Chair! Oh!

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Bum!

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Ah!

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It's blue, it's massive and it's over your head.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Sky!

-Sky!

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Estimated time of arrival.

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-ETA.

-ETA.

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You're T.

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Yeah. I see with my...?

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-Eye!

-Y!

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BELL RINGS

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Time up. Head back to your seat, please.

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Well, there we have it. Neve's team, you were bending out answers out

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like your lives depended on it.

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You win, so you get to hand in your homework!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Next up is the round... KNOCK ON DOOR

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-Hello, who is it?

-It's Eve from Class 4B.

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Come in, Eve from Class 4B.

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-You all right, Eve? How you doing?

-Fine.

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Have you been on a trip to the fire station?

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-The fire station? I'm not five!

-Sorry.

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No, I've been doing home economics.

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I'm not that good a cook.

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LAUGHTER

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-I've got a note for you.

-Thanks, Eve.

-Bye!

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Give it up for Eve, everybody.

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CHEERING

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We've got an announcement. This is for the Year 19s.

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"Leave school. You are 24 years old."

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LAUGHTER

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Now it's time for everyone's favourite part of the show -

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it's time for Who Do You Think I Am?

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GROANING

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-Why?

-As you can see, Paul is a big fan.

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-Yes, teams, prepare yourselves for I am about to act out...

-You can't act!

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I can act and I'm about to show you!

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If you work out who I am portraying

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then you guys get to hand in your homework.

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OK, we've got the props box -

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let's show these guys from Wolfblood how to act.

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OK, going to get into my first character.

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-I've got a costume.

-Are you a table in a restaurant?

-No!

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LAUGHTER

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I can't believe the silly shoes they've made him wear.

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-Oh, no, they're your actual shoes, sorry.

-OK, now, seriously,

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can we actually get some quiet cos this is actually quite serious.

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Neve's team, you're up first. I'm going to do my first character.

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HIGH-PITCHED VOICE: "I...

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"Oh, my dress fell off!"

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THEY LAUGH

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"Don't look at my legs, Paul!

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"I'm an American movie star."

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American?!

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You do not sound American!

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-"This is how they talk."

-Totally(!)

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This is how American people speak

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when they've been living in Scotland for 30 years.

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"Shut up!"

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"Time for clue number two.

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"As you can see, I've got lovely blonde hair"

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-Is that the style?

-"This was popular in the '50s.

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"I get my blonde hair from a bottle because, as we all know,

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"gentlemen prefer blondes."

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Oh, totally.

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"Oh, the wind is blowing my skirt up!"

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Are you...?

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"Oh, how embarrassing!

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"Ooh!"

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-Oh!

-"Whoopsie!"

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-Make it stop.

-"Any guesses, anyone?"

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You look like my gran!

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"You look like your gran!"

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Oh, thanks.

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"Third clue. My bessie pal is a great big diamond."

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Ooh!

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"I've been in lots of movies and Elton John sung a song about me,

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"which made everybody cry. Boo-hoo-hoo! Any guesses?"

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Is it Marilyn Monroe?

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"I am Marilyn Monroe!"

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CHEERING

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Yes, the factory worker who became the queen of the silver screen.

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OK, Gilbert's team, you're up next. You need to tell me...

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Who do you think I am? I'll just get into character.

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Obviously my characters are all very diverse so I'll need to get my...

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-What? What on Earth is that?!

-I'm getting my costume on.

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-Are you like an all you can eat buffet?

-Not now.

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Right.

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You ready?

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BAD POSH ACCENT: "I am a brainy English person."

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You can't be that brainy if you're wearing fruit on your head.

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"This is all the rage in my day.

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"Your second clue - I love coming up with laws.

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"I did laws for this and that. I had laws coming out of my eyes."

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HE LAUGHS

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Could we have a law against Iain ever acting ever again in anything?

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"I am not Iain. I am a brainy English man."

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You look like some kind of super-villain with... Is that a cat?

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I think his acting's scaring that cat.

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"What do you think of Iain's acting?"

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'I think it's the best acting I've ever seen.'

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Your cat sounded a lot like Marilyn Monroe.

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LAUGHTER

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"He's a big fan of her work.

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"Time for your third clue.

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"Lots of people think I invented the cat flap for little Timothy here

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"but we just don't know.

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"I did, however, come up with a law about gravity which explains

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"why this might happen."

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"So who am I?"

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I think you're Isaac Newton.

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Booyah!

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The gravity guru and all round scientific smarty-pants.

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I can tell you that you both got the right answer so,

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Neve and Gilbert, follow me up here and hand in your homework!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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OK, so we've got a couple of rounds under our belt

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

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Smash, what have Gilbert's team got so far?

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And what about Neve's team?

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So, Gilbert's team, you're behind at the minute.

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You'll need to pull yourself together to avoid detention with Mr Smash.

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And believe me, he's not the sort of person you want to be

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stuck in a lift with.

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POP!

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AUDIENCE: Ew!

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Mm!

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Told you. Let's get on with the next round.

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CHEERING

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Right, it's time for Weird Science, our missing words round.

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I'll show you a scientific fact with some of the words blanked out.

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I'm looking for funny suggestions

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or anything close enough to the real answer.

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

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Here we go. Let's have a look at our first fact.

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HOOTER

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We spend around a third of our money on pants.

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What pants are you wearing?

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Big pants.

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-How big are your pants, Paul?

-Big expensive pants.

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Jewel-encrusted pants.

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Paul, do your pants go up to there when you pull them up?

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Yeah, they're big pants.

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Big pants.

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Spend around a third of our lives on the toilet.

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I think you need to see a doctor, Gilbert.

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LAUGHTER

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Unless your living room is just several toilets...

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-HOOTER

-Ooh.

-Neve.

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I don't have an answer I just wanted you to stop talking.

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I'm going to take this when I go out for dinner with Iain tonight.

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-Any point he gets boring...

-HOOTER

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LAUGHTER

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Paul... HOOTER

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Paul, when we go out tonight... HOOTER

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LAUGHTER

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-Brilliant.

-Anyone else?

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HOOTER

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-Yeah?

-This is quite serious. We spend around a third of our time sleeping.

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It's very serious and it's also very correct.

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APPLAUSE

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Well done. Next one.

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Butterflies can talk with their mouths.

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-What have you chatted to a butterfly about?

-The other day I said to him,

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I don't understand why a butterfly doesn't fly in a straight direction.

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If he wants to go to the other side of the garden, just fly there.

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Why do you have to go around the tree, over the fence,

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come back round, get in my face...

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-And what did the butterfly say back to you?

-He just ignored me.

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HOOTER

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Butterflies can do karate with their teeth.

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Can they?

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HE MAKES STRANGE NOISES

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HOOTER

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-Yes?

-Butterfries can play with their friends.

-Butter-fries can't.

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LAUGHTER

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I'd like to try some butter-fries.

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Butterflies can eat with their feet.

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That's close enough. I'm going to give you the point.

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Butterflies can taste with their feet.

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APPLAUSE

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It's a nightmare when they walk into the toilet.

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Let's have another fact.

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SCHOOOOOOOL DISCO!

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MUSIC: Gangnam Style by PSY

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# Gangnam Style

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# Gangnam Style

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# Gangnam Style... # RECORD SCRATCHES

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OK, our next fact is:

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Hair grows faster on your giant hand.

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HOOTER

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-Louisa.

-Mushrooms grow faster on your left hand.

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You need to shower, young lady.

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Anyone else? It is something to do with...fingernails grow

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faster on your what hand?

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Fingernails grow faster on your tea-making hand.

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-Not tea-making. Neve?

-On your writing hand.

-Correct.

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CHEERING

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Well, that's your lot and the way I see it,

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I am going to give that round to Neve's team!

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CHEERING

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Neve, please hand in your homework.

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It is time for What Happened Was, the round where both of our teams

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have to rustle up a humdinger of an excuse

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for not handing in their homework.

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And to make sure our teams are thinking on their feet,

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let's grab some words out there from you lot, the audience! Let's go!

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CHEERING

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OK, I need some words for these guys. What's your name, mate?

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-Matthew.

-What's your word?

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-Yolo.

-Yolo?

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"My name's Matthew, I'm well street, you get me? Yeah!"

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-What's your name?

-Nicole.

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I like your glasses, Nicole.

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Eh, hamster.

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-LAUGHTER So your word's hamster?

-Yeah.

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We've got hamster.

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-What's your name, mate?

-Marnie.

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-And what's your word, Marnie?

-Swag.

-Swag?!

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Swag!

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-Have you got swag?

-I do.

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Where do you keep your swag?

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-In my bedroom.

-Oh!

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She's got a swaggy bedroom!

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So, Gilbert's team, you're using the following words:

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-You got that?

-Yeah.

-I'll get some words for Neve's team.

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-What's your name, mate? SHOUTING:

-Kelsey!

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Why are you shouting?

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-WHISPERING:

-Cos I like shouting.

-Now why are you whispering now?

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Can you control the volume of your voice?

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-Yes.

-Good. What is your word?

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-Mushrooms.

-That's a good word.

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-What's your name?

-Laura.

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-And what's your word?

-Turtles.

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Turtles?! OK, I'll take that.

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-What's your name, mate?

-Jamie.

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What is your word, young gentleman?

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-Pancakes.

-Pancakes?!

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Pay close attention. Your words are...

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-Got that?

-Green.

-Yeah.

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Let's get ready to tell some porkies. Let's go!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Gilbert, how about the homework I set for you?

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I guess you've got that to hand in now so...

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I've not got it with me.

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Where's the homework?

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I'm in a forest, walking my pet hamster...

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Walking your hamster?

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-A bit of exercise.

-This is the 21st century.

-Clearly, I am an idiot.

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-Carry on.

-..and I dropped one of my cookies.

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Luckily, one of the cookies is radioactive

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and the hamster eats the cookie

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and he starts to grow into a giant rapper.

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He starts singing.

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All these elves fly out of trees saying, "Yolo, Yolo."

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-Very street elves.

-They're flying around...

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-Street elves?

-They're elves.

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Get me, yeah? I've got bare gifts from Santa. You get me?

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That's it, yeah.

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Bobby's walking near us and he gets annoyed...

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He's always in the forest.

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Wolfbloods. What are they like?

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He starts rapping. There's a big rap battle. It's epic.

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Bobby, how did your rap go?

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It was like...

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Yeah, got your radioactive cookie

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Don't look at me like that.

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LAUGHTER DROWNS SPEECH

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Yeah. See? Gilbert knows how to rap. He had my back.

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What happened next?

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This rap battle is epic.

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-All the girls swagging up.

-Yo!

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Then all the elves scream and fly into the trees.

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Then I open my eyes and I'm in the forest.

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I've got my hamster in my hand and Bobby walks off.

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I love that story but at no point does homework get mentioned.

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No. He was walking through the forest

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to his house to DO homework...

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-Oh, right.

-Obviously, the rap battles happened

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and, you know...

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It's fine because, luckily, Neve's also got homework to do.

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Neve, you can just chuck me over your homework and that'll be...

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-Well, I don't have my homework.

-You don't have your homework?

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I was at home. I was making pancakes with mushrooms on them

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to bring to you cos you're my favourite teacher, right?!

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Yeah, but I hate mushrooms.

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I was walking to school with the mushrooms, the pancake mushrooms...

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-Of course. You wouldn't want to forget them.

-...and I tripped.

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I don't have them with me today.

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Then all these turtles turned up.

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I get my camera. When I was getting the camera,

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because I was amazed by these turtles,

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-I'll show you the picture tomorrow.

-Show it to me now, if you want.

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I don't have my phone. We're not allowed phones in school.

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Oh...

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APPLAUSE DROWNS SPEECH

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So I'm here today and I don't have anything with me.

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What happened to your homework?

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-I left it at home but...

-That's amazing!

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Pancakes, turtles... Left it at home.

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Fair enough. It's up to the audience to see who wins.

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Give me a cheer if you thought Gilbert's excuse was the best

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with the rap and swagger...

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CHEERING

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Or if you thought the future is in pancake-eating turtles,

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shout for Neve's team right now.

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CHEERING

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NEVE SHOUTS AND CHEERS

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The public have spoken and I'm happy to say

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that the most noise went to...

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..Neve.

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You get to hand in your homework.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Right. Here we go with our quickfire sprint to the finish.

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It's Mental Maths.

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In this round, it's maths questions for Bobby and Louisa.

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Each correct answer is one piece of homework in the bank.

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The other team will be doing whatever they can

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to distract you from answering the questions.

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Bobby, please take your place on the Sum Seat.

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Put your goggles on.

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Bobby, how are your maths skills?

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-Are you all right?

-OK.

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They're all right.

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They were better at school.

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I haven't been to school in a while so...

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I found out yesterday that he did his maths GCSE a year early

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and got an A so don't fall for it, guys.

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-Well...

-You don't sound like the sort of person that got A for maths.

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Do you know what, you know... Ouch! I'm going to stay here.

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LAUGHTER

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AS BOBBY: I'm Bobby. I'm dead intelligent.

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BOTH TALK AT ONCE

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-Right. OK. Are you ready with your maths questions?

-I think so.

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Bobby will answer as many maths questions as possible.

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In the meantime, Neve's team will be trying to distract him

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using any means necessary.

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By any means, I mean that stuff that's on that.

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-Bobby, are you ready?

-Yeah.

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Audience, are you ready?

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-AUDIENCE:

-Yes!

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Three, two, one, here we go!

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8

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22.

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Springy!

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Something springy!

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ALL TALK AT ONCE

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66.

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5.

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2.

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Whoo!

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Er, 6.

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-Through the gap!

-321.

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-Hello, I'd like to speak to Bobby.

-14.

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ALL TALK AT ONCE

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Er, 5.

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One, two, three, four...

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24.

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BELL RINGS

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APPLAUSE

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Neve's team, please take a seat.

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Bobby, how's the look suiting you?

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I'm going to go home like this. I like it.

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-Particularly the feather boa.

-Take a seat. Off you go.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Louisa, make your way to the Sum Seat.

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# No pressure... #

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-Louisa, how are you feeling?

-Not great about this. It's not my forte.

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-What is your forte?

-Acting.

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SHE LAUGHS

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Gilbert's team, get ready to distract Louisa.

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-Are you ready?

-Ready.

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Your maths starts in, three, two, one, go!

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30.

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INDISTINCT SHOUTING

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Pass!

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4.

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Erm, zero.

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Er, 123.

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Pass.

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Pass.

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Erm...

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Er, 23. 23.

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I don't know. 12?

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BELL RINGS

0:25:210:25:23

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:25:230:25:26

Time's up. How did you find that?

0:25:260:25:27

Pretty stressful but it was good fun.

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-You've got your flower.

-I got a flower.

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Well done and take your seat.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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I'd love to be able to tell you who did the best

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but I have no idea so I'm going to go back to the desk

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and see who scored top marks.

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It's time to find out which team are top of the class

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and who's flunked their way into detention with Mr Smash.

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HE SHOUTS

0:25:570:26:01

It looks like you'll be cleaning Mr Smash's football boots.

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AUDIENCE GROANS

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Bit of a mistake to play footy in a cow field.

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Let's see which team are swotty and which team are...

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-AUDIENCE:

-Naughty!

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-AUDIENCE:

-Ohhhh...

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The winners are...Gilbert's team.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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That means the losers are Neve's team.

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-We all know whose fault that was, don't we, Paul?

-What?

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On you go. Feel free.

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HORN TOOTS

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I think it's more of a humiliation for Neve to put it on.

0:26:370:26:41

-Your own team member!

-Let's get it on. Come on.

0:26:410:26:45

Here we go!

0:26:480:26:49

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:26:490:26:52

Mr Smash is waiting.

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Neve's team, please take The Walk Of Shame.

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Hurry up!

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Please give it up for everyone you saw today.

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Give it up for Paul, Neve and Louisa in detention.

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Go for it, Neve! Come on!

0:27:120:27:14

Give it up for our super swots, Bobby, Gilbert and Katie.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

0:27:180:27:21

Thank you all for watching.

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Remember. We didn't learn much but it was fun trying.

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See you all next time on...

0:27:260:27:28

-AUDIENCE:

-The Dog Ate My Homework.

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Sees ya.

0:27:320:27:33

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 Bobby Lockwood and Louisa-Connolly Burnham from Wolfblood, and comedians Katie Mulgrew and Paul McCaffrey.


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