Episode 8 The Dog Ate My Homework


Episode 8

Two teams fight it out. The team captains are joined by Waterloo Road students Kirstie Steele and Shane O'Meara, as well as comedians Bec Hill and Romesh Ranganathan.


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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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I'm Iain Stirling and I'm here to send school work

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off on a geography trip without its sleeping bag.

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But before we get to that,

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let's take a look at the school announcements...

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Year 7 have come up with a brand-new way

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to get round the school's mobile phone ban.

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LAUGHTER

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Apologies to pupils for the late start to our London field trip.

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We'll be leaving as soon as the bus has its nails done.

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LAUGHTER

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And Mr Jones will be holding a Maths workshop after school

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to help pupils do really big sums.

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LAUGHTER

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Right, let's take the register and find out whose train

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is pulling into the education station today.

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-On my left, we have Gilbert...

-Here, sir!

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..sitting beside him is full-time funny man Romesh Ranganathan.

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Here, Iain.

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...and from Waterloo Road, it's Kirstie Steele.

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-Present!

-Oh, lovely!

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So, in summary, what we have is Gil-Tie-Mesh...

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LAUGHTER

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And on my right we have Neve...

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Hola!

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...and on her team,

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we have funny in mind,

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and funnier in accent,

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-it's Bec Hill...

-Hello.

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It must be a day off for the show - because we also have,

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from Waterloo Road,

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-it's Shane O'Meara.

-Hello.

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And put them all together and what you get is...

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Bec-She-Neve.

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LAUGHTER

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It looks like Radio 1 DJ Greg James.

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He looks actually better than any of them individually.

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I think, actually, Shane, I think

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you suit lipstick.

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That's really freaking me out, really, that.

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I like this one though.

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It looks like something

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you'd find in your wardrobe.

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I am Gil-Tie-Mesh, eater of socks!

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Oh, please, give it up for today's teams!

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Right, here's how this works. Each team has a load of homework.

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The team that hands in the most by the end of the show will be

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the winner, but as ever, the losing side will be put into detention

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under the supervision of our PE teacher.

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The only thing less welcome in a China shop than the bull...

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It's Mr Smash!

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HE GRUNTS

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What have you got there, Smashy?

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Oh! You won the Bear Wrestling Championship?!

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MR SMASH GRUNTS

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Amazing, mate. Your mum must be very proud.

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I just don't know how handy

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-that's going to be in a television studio though.

-Uh?

-Yeah.

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MR SMASH GRUNTS

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Well, you live and learn...

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So that's what you have to look

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forward to if you don't pay attention.

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And remember, as far as the points go,

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it's Iain's School, so it's...

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AUDIENCE: Iain's rules!

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Let's make some telly!

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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So first up, it's Shed Loads.

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The round that has a lot to answer for.

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I'll ask you a question that has shed loads of right answers,

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team by team, you have to give me as many of those answers

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as is humanly possible.

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

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Has everyone got that?

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ALL: Yes!

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Great, OK. The first subject is for Neve's team.

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It is Science.

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Go!

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-Toilet.

-Yeah!

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-Bum scratcher.

-Oh, it's a good one!

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-Light bulb.

-Light bulb.

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-TV.

-OK, next one.

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Popcorn hat.

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-Popcorn hat?

-Yeah, you press a button,

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popcorn comes out of the hat.

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-OK.

-Magic carpet.

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-Is that an invention or made up?

-No, no, it's an invention.

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They've got them in Manchester, apparently, OK.

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-Cup-a-buscuit.

-What?!

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-It's a cup and there's a pocket for a biscuit.

-You can have it.

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-The zip.

-Next one.

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-An aglet.

-What?!

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It's the little plastic bit at the end of your shoelace

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so that you can put it through the hole.

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I'll give you that, next.

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Sewage. Where would we be without sewage?

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For saying sewage,

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what you're saying is I really like the contents of a sewer.

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Poopy.

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OK, next...

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-Chicken!

-Yeah!

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-Omelettes.

-Yeah!

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-Egg-fried rice.

-Ooh!

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-My fridge.

-Yes.

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A nest.

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Ooh, very good, Bec.

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Quiche!

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Quiche! All right, next one.

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-Pancakes.

-Yes.

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-Eggy breads.

-Yes.

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Egg-gg...

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I'll give you that, let's move on.

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And this one's just for me...

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Pow!

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Good.

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Peeeeew... Pow.

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That firework is called disappointment. Next one.

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SHE BLOWS A RASPBERRY

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Stink bomb. Kirstie!

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Shh...

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That's called the library firework.

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LAUGHTER

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A cartwheel. Whew, whew, whew...

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Next!

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Pta, pta, pta, pta!

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Oh, that's a firework that's got asthma. Next.

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Whooooo... Pow!

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Nice. Romesh?

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Yeehaa! Dakka-dakka, dakka-dakka, dakka-dakka!

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Waaah! Waaah!

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Waaah! Aaaaah!

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I think he just did the haka.

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BELL RINGS

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Wow, time up!

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I think... I've got to say this.

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Purely for that, if you can do the firework sound one more time,

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I'm going to give it to Gilbert's team for Romesh's firework.

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So one last time, Romesh.

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Yeehaa! Dakka-dakka, dakka-dakka, dakka-dakka!

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Rat-at-at-at-at-at! Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!

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Dakka-dakka, dakka-dakka, dakka-dakka! Ping!

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One that note, Gilbert, hand in your homework, mate, come on!

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APPLAUSE

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OK, in this round, we...

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KNOCKING ON THE DOOR

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Hello, who is it?

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It's Eve, from class 4B.

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In you come, Eve, from class 4B.

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Oh, Eve, you're wearing a costume from Drama class.

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-No!

-Oh, it's a History project, you must be studying something.

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No!

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-You're impersonating the French teacher?

-No.

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I'm just trying to annoy the German teacher.

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That's some lost property for you, Iain.

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Thanks very much, Eve! Give it up for Evie, everybody!

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Byeee!

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I've got bit of lost property.

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Romesh, you left your rucksack in Maths.

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That's not my bag, man.

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-It's definitely your bag.

-That definitely isn't my bag.

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I mean, it is your bag.

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Um, Iain, I'm telling you -

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THAT is not my bag, trust me.

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What do you mean?

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I've got my bag right here.

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-Can I keep this one?

-Of course!

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Oh, good! Besties!

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Yeah, my friends, OK!

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Now, it's time for everybody's favourite part of the show,

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

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ALL: Oh!

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Romesh, you're pretty, pretty excited about this, I can see.

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No, genuinely, can you not, please, just for the sake of the show...

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You're such a kind man.

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Anyway, it's your job to guess what famous figure from history

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is piggy-backing onto my talent today,

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and if you get it right, you can hand in your homework.

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Well, I've got a box full of props, and a head full of dreams.

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So let's do this already, OK!

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OK, Gilbert's team, you guys are up first, you'll be glad to know.

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-Bob the builder!

-No!

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I've not started yet!

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Bob the Builder with a horse!

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Be quiet!

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Wild West Bob the Builder!

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-He will gnaw your face off!

-OK.

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Raaaa!

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You can't even do a horse noise properly.

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This is not any horse, this is Clive. Clive, the horse!

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Clive's a better actor than you, buddy.

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Shut up!

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And why do you have the horse...?

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I am trying my best!

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You're a very angry man.

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-I am!

-Is that it? We've won!

-Yes!

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-No!

-All right, OK.

-Oh!

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OK, first clue...

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Oh!

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-IN A HIGH-PITCHED VOICE:

-I'm a French lady.

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Why do you sound like an English fairy?

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I'm a French lady!

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You don't sound like you've heard of France.

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Smash, did you like my accent?

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HE GRUNTS

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He sounded more like a French lady than you did.

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Shut up or I will get you!

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A firework!

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Second clue...

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I was good at fighting...

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-What?!

-Tchow...

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-That's not farting.

-Fighting!

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Oh, fighting. Say it properly.

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I don't do any trumps, cos I'm a lady.

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-Good.

-And after I died,

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they made me a saint.

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-They made you a what?

-A saint!

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-I've got a halo on!

-OK, all right.

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A kung fu French lady! Wheeeeh!

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Are you Kung Fu Panda?

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Kung Fu Panda?!

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This is ridiculous, I don't know why I bother.

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It is ridiculous, I don't know why you bother.

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Ah!

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Time for clue number three.

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I once burned the steak!

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Oh, OK.

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I was once burned AT the stake.

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You can't even get the clues correct!

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You're a joke wrapped up in a problem

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with a little joke ribbon on the top.

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THEY LAUGH

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HE HONKS THE HORN

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Who am I?

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You're Joan of Arc!

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I am as well!

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Yeah, she never reached 20, but she

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did lead the French army to victory.

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Right, so, Neve's team - this is for you, OK?

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First clue - I...

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CHUCKLING

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Come on.

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I am an American man...

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You have double chin, OK.

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So a double-chin, fake American person.

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I don't, I wasn't... I don't actually have a double chin!

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Did you say I have a double chin?!

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Here comes the French lady again...

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OK, I am an American man.

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Nom, nom, nom...

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Oh, nom, nom...

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Oh, I like burgers, I'm American!

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Why are you not eating the burger?

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It's a dog chew toy!

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-Commit to your character!

-Commit to your character! Bite it.

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ALL: Eat it, eat it, eat it, eat it!

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I can't, it is plastic!

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TOY SQUEAKS

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OK, let's go on to our next clue, OK? Here we go.

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Are you Hawaiian? Oh!

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-I'll put my skirt on.

-Hello!

-Yeah, there you go.

-Aloha!

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I'm one of the most famous singers of all time!

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-Lady Gaga!

-No! A man!

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She has hair like that, but on her head.

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Yes, she does. I'm wearing Lady Gaga's hair.

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I'm one of the most famous singers of all time

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and boy, could I move!

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I think you have to...

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Oh, yeah! Boy, could I move.

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A goldfish could do that!

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No, cos it's not got legs!

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In 500 years, it could grow legs.

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Final clue, here we go.

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-Oh!

-Oh, oh!

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The Hawaiian bobsled team.

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The entire team, all of them.

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I'm all five of them! Last clue.

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People from all round the world make a fortune pretending to be me.

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I live in a place called Graceland.

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And I sing lots of songs about things like teddy bears

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and blue suede shoes.

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-They were nice.

-Who am I?

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Elvis Presley!

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My name be Elvis Presley!

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APPLAUSE

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The soldier, movie star

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and on top of that, the King of Rock'n'roll.

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Well, you both got it right, so well done, Neve and Gilbert, you can

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both hand in your homework!

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OK, it's time to Say What? Audience, say what?!

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-ALL:

-Say what?

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Yes, very well done. It's an easy one, this,

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words from around the world will pop up on the screen.

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And all you guys must do is tell me what you think they mean.

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

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OK, here is your first word. What does it mean?

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It's actually a chain of nightclubs for crabs.

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I can't get in, I'm wearing eight pairs of trainers!

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It's properly wicked down the Pinchadisco, mate.

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-I'm loving it, know what I mean?

-Is it a Pokemon?

-No.

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Pin-cha-disco!

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I unleash the power of Pinchadisco!

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Wait, Romesh, make your firework sounds.

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Wa-pinchadisco!

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APPLAUSE

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Anybody else? Kirstie?

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It sounds like something a chef would maybe say.

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Like "I'll have a pinchadiscos, a this..."

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That's not bad!

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BELL

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OK, it sounds like a street name for a DVD thief.

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It's not. I'm going to give you the answer.

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What the word actually means, it is the Spanish word for a DJ and

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I know what you are all thinking - Iain, how would you pronounce that?

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It's very simple. It sounds a little something like this.

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-SPANISH VOICE:

-Pinchadiscos.

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-I didn't understand.

-Oh, I can do it again. I'm very good at this.

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Sounds a little something like this.

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Pinchadiscos.

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-Loving it, loving it, loving it.

-Next word is this.

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And I want to know what it means in certain parts of Nigeria. Romesh?

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There was an ancient warrior called Dundee.

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And he battled a dragon many years ago.

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And many people thought that he should have been made a knight

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but he never was, and so constantly for the rest of his life

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people go up to him and say, "Dundee, you knighted?"

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APPLAUSE

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Bec?

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It's a teddy bear from Dundee that managed to get into university

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and now he is Dundee's mascot.

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Dundee Uni Ted.

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Uni Ted! Neve?

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Is Dundee something you would call a person if you didn't like them?

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You're like, "Ugh, Dundee. Dundee. Dundee."

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-I'm going to give you a point for that.

-Yes!

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Genuinely, because, listen to this,

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if you were called a Dundee United by somebody that speaks Yoruba,

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-you should be offended because it actually means idiot.

-Yay!

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Honestly true. Honestly true.

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But don't worry, people of Dundee, I've got your back.

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That word should actually be Tottenham Hotspur.

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-How would you pronounce that, Iain?

-I'm glad you asked.

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You pronounce the word thusly.

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Dundee United.

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OK, let's move on

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-with the next word?

-School disco.

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School disco!

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MUSIC: "We Found Love" by Rihanna

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Bonjour.

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MUSIC STOPS

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Your next word is this one here.

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-What does this mean?

-Regenbogen!

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-Yeah?

-It is the bogeyman's brother.

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Regen again - oh!

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Is it Swedish? Regenbogen!

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-Boggin oggin. Moggen goggen.

-Snoggin'!

-Snoggin'!

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Snoggin'!

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-Phenomenoggin!

-Flap dudenoggin!

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Anyone else? Bec?

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It's a traditional German dance which Neve will now

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demonstrate for us..

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-Yeah, yeah.

-Go right down there, Neve.

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Get your legs in.

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-Regenbogen! Regenbogen!

-That's good. That's the one.

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-OK.

-Let's do it.

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-You put your hands like this.

-Regenbogen!

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APPLAUSE

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It actually refers to a special type of bogey that occupies both

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nostrils simultaneously.

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You can sort of clean your nose like a towel.

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-Regenbogen!

-I'm going to tell you that answer.

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It is the German word for rainbow.

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It should be pronounced a little something like this.

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-DEEP VOICE:

-Regenbogen!

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Somewhere over the...

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Regenbogen!

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After that round, I think, for the dance,

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-I'm going to give the points to Neve's team.

-Yes!

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Hand in your homework!

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OK, it's time to take a quick break

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and check in with Mr Smash for the scores.

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How many bits of homework have Neve's team handed in, Smashy?

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HE GROWLS

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All right, and what about Gilbert's team?

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HE GROWLS

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Oh, so at the minute you guys are neck and neck. But both teams

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need to keep their eyes on the prize

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or it's detention with Mr Smash. And believe you me, the man

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has got a very short fuse.

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ROCKY THEME

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It's a rematch!

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Anyway, let's get on to the next round!

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APPLAUSE

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OK, it's time for What Happened Was, the round where our teams have to

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come up with a belter of an excuse for not handing in their homework.

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But what will they be about?

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Let's find out by getting some words from our studio audience. Let's go!

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APPLAUSE

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Whose words are we going to get?

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Let's find out, surprise teacher attack!

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Hello.

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-The word is hello. No, it's not.

-Train tracks.

-Train track. OK.

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-What about you, mate?

-Sick.

-Sick?

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That word's sick, mate!

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Excuse me, sorry. Excuse me. Sorry, I've just done a trump.

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-Stinky! What is your word?

-Jelly beans.

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Jelly beans! Get some more.

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-Surprise teacher attack!

-Er, astronaut.

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Er, that is, "Er, astronaut," that one. Cool.

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OK, so, Neve, your words are train track,

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sick - ugh - jelly beans

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and astronaut.

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Let's get some words for Gilbert's him. OK.

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I'm going to go in the middle a bit more.

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-What's your name?

-Amir.

-Amir. What is your word?

-Freeze.

-Freeze.

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Freeze. Pure freezin', man!

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Hiya! What's your name?

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-Ellie.

-And what is your word, Ellie?

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Semolina.

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-Say that again.

-Semolina.

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Semolina. OK. Come on!

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-Diamantes!

-Diamantes!

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-What's your word, man?

-Asteroid.

-Asteroid. Hmm!

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OK. Gilbert's team.

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Your words are freeze, diamante, asteroid and semolina.

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OK. So, now we've got our words let's do some lying.

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Come on, let's go!

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APPLAUSE

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So, hi, Neve. You know the rules.

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At this point of the show, you hand in your homework.

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So if you just hand that over, we can get on with it.

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-I don't have my homework.

-You don't have your homework? Why?

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-Why don't you have your homework?

-So, you know how we had to draw

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-a picture of an astronaut for our homework?

-Yes. Well done.

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-That was the homework.

-I was drawing this really sick astronaut,

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so I was drawing this by the train track, eating some jelly beans.

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Why were you by the train tracks?

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-Because I was waiting for my train.

-Of course. Sorry. I'm an idiot.

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And then when my train came I was late

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because I had to finish off this homework.

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It's so important because you're my favourite teacher.

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-Thanks.

-I had to make it the best ever.

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And then this train went asked, and I was like, "Hey, hey,"

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and I drop my homework onto the train and I was just crying

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because I had nothing else.

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I had no jelly beans left, no homework, just crushed dreams.

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Well, don't worry about it.

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Because I will just go over to Gilbert,

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he'll hand in his homework, then we can carry on.

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Can't we, Gilbert? Just pass me your homework, mate. Hand it over.

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-I don't really have it.

-Well, you don't really have it or you don't?

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I don't have it.

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Sorry. Walking to school with some semolina for you.

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How would you pronounce that?

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-I don't know really, because...

-I know how to pronounce it.

-How?

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-Semolina! Because I actually listen in class.

-Oh, Neve, bonus points.

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Still didn't have your homework, though!

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-I was making semolina for my favourite teacher!

-Thanks, mate.

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I hate semolina, though, so wrong.

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Asteroids came from the sky and hit the ground and everything...

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I was blown off my feet. Everything froze. It was all really cold.

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I was the only thing that had not froze.

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You don't remember this because you were all frozen in time.

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Oh, right, the old frozen in time thing. Yes.

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I hate when that happens.

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I looked at my homework and it just shattered to pieces. Shattered.

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It was like diamantes on the floor.

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-Oh!

-That's why I don't have my homework in.

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Romesh, is that what actually happened?

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Doesn't matter.

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Listen, it is not up to me whose excuse is the best, it is

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up to you, the audience.

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So give me a cheer

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if you thought Neve's train story was the most plausible.

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CHEERING

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Louder! Woo!

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OK. Or if you prefer Gilbert's semolina, cheer now.

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CHEERING

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Right, well,...

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This is hard actually. Semolina!

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-Semolina!

-Gilbert's team, hand in your homework.

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APPLAUSE

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OK, let's get ready to ascend to the end.

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It is All Kinds Of Wrong.

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I will be peppering each of the teams with a bunch of questions

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and when you're bathed in the glow of the spotlight, I want you

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to give me the first incorrect answer that springs to mind.

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Every wrong answer means a piece of bonus homework in the bank.

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OK, so Neve's team, you're up first

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so please pop along to the Wrong Ray!

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APPLAUSE

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The Wrong Ray!

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OK, here we go. Your time starts in three, two, one. Here we go.

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Curiosity killed the...

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Cocktail sausages!

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Who is the President of the United States?

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Auntie Gwenda.

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Cock-a-doodle...

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-Garden gnome.

-What are Daleks known for shouting?

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-Bathroom!

-If you're sent off in football you get a red...

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-Key.

-Name one of your five senses.

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Myaaaa - pff!

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Correct. If life gives you lemons, make...

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A small hedge.

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Charles Dickens wrote a Christmas...

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Cheesecake.

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New York is known as the big...

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Baboon.

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What did the Grinch steal?

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BELL

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Aw!

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Please leave the stage.

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And Gilbert's team, you are up next.

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Your time starts in three, two, one. Two heads are better than...

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-Two.

-Correct. The first man to walk on the moon was...

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A large cauliflower.

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Correct. Name the TV show Britain's Got...

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A lot of problems.

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Correct. Wayne Rooney plays...

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Chicken.

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Would I be lying if I said flamingos were pink?

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No.

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Incorrect. I would. Roses are red, violets are...

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Monkeys.

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Correct. Pinocchio's nose grew when he...

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Shouted.

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To infinity and...

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-POSH VOICE:

-Let's have a party.

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Like two peas in a...

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BELL APPLAUSE

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Time up. All right, guys. Head back to your seats.

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We'll see who scored top marks.

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Well, it's detention time so let's find out who makes the grade

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and who makes me sick.

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So, Mr Smash, are you ready over there, mate?

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HE STRAINS

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Look at that. He's found a stone in his shoe!

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Always an inconvenience.

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Right, let's find out which team are swotty and which team are...

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-ALL:

-Naughty!

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OK.

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-AUDIENCE:

-Whooooaaa...

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And the winners today are...

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Neve's team!

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Yay!

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Loser! Woo!

0:26:340:26:37

It's great news for Neve's team, and, well, it's...news for Gilbert's

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team, so sadly, guys, please take the walk of shame.

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# Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na Losers!

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# Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na Losers!

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# Na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na Losers!

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Today in detention you'll be helping Mr Smash write his autobiography

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with a little bit of dictation.

0:26:570:26:59

What is he telling you?

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I can't understand what he's saying.

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MR SMASH ROARS

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I don't know what he's on about! How am I supposed to write that?!

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Write it down! Neve's team are the winners.

0:27:090:27:12

Before you go, give it up for Gilbert's team.

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Please give it up for Romesh, Gilbert and Kirstie!

0:27:140:27:17

Give it up for Neve's team, Bec, Neve and Shane.

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APPLAUSE

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Thanks you all for watching.

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And remember, we didn't learn much - but it was fun trying.

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-See you next time on...

-ALL:

-The Dog Ate My Homework!

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See ya!

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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 Waterloo Road students Kirstie Steele and Shane O'Meara, as well as comedians Bec Hill and Romesh Ranganathan.


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