Drama series set in a children's home. Tyler takes extreme action in an effort to bring calm to the house.
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-I'm not OK.
-Why would you mess up my room?
-You went through my laptop.
-I didn't touch your stupid laptop.
-What's it doing in your room, then?
-Don't ask me.
Oh, what, so did Bird take it now?
Don't bring Bird into it.
One, I didn't take your muffin.
Two, it was just a muffin -
-get over it.
-It was a cherry chocolate muffin
and I saw the way you looked at it!
-Ryan, open the door!
-..Mike, can we still get
-those VIP wristbands? You know, for the theme park?
-Why would we wear your stinky trainers?
Yeah, she's got a point.
They're not stinky, and this is the third time.
Wristbands, so we can get on lots more rides and jump the queues.
Whoever keeps taking my trainers and tying them in knots is going
These are brand-new!
ALL SHOUT OVER EACH OTHER
How many times have I warned you about your incessant squabbling?
You leave me no choice.
The trip to the theme park tomorrow...
there's a lot of us in one house. We are bound to argue.
It's like homework - no-one likes it but we have to put up with it.
Well, maybe if we said sorry and actually tried to get along,
Mike will change his mind about the theme park.
And, yeah, maybe we can sing and dance with unicorns and rainbows.
Earth to Tyler, we're not sorry that we can't get on.
And you heard Mike, we are never going to the theme park.
-Oi, I wanted that.
-I want my own privacy.
Oh, this again.
Stay out of it, you thief.
-You can talk.
-You stole my muffin.
They all look similar.
Did you sign all these names with your left hand?
Apologies aside, they've had more than enough warnings this week.
But shouting and punishing us is only going to make it worse.
And that only means more argument.
Oh, I'm sorry, should I be giving out sweeties?
What if no-one argues for a whole day?
You're happy, we're happy.
You're just being silly now.
If there were no arguments for a whole day,
I would buy you one of those queue-jumping things you want.
VIP wristbands? Ha!
-Awesome. Cheers, Mike.
..sometimes a perfect solution does not exist.
You're only going to be disappointed.
Well, we'll see who's disappointed tomorrow, when you're driving us
to that theme park.
Oi, Finn, fancy a kickabout?
What's up with Finn?
Oh, my fault.
I said I'd take him swimming but I've got too much on today.
I had to take Archie to visit a potential family.
Look, I've said I'm sorry.
Oh. You could take him.
Aw, you'd be doing me a massive favour.
I don't have any swimming shorts.
-And my goggles are snapped.
-Well, borrow some.
Or sit in the cafe. That's what I was going to do.
I'll go in goal if you won't.
You know what, even better -
I'll take you swimming.
It's confirmed. He lives in the clouds with unicorns and rainbows.
We can do this.
Wouldn't it be nice not to argue for a whole day?
Yeah, it would be fantastic.
I've managed to do the impossible and give us another chance.
VIP wristbands to jump all the queues.
-He's got a point.
that's all everyone in this house needs.
I'm in, but I want to make sure I get to see my programme tonight.
Tonight? What programme?
Documentary on my favourite type of star.
In his dreams.
My thoughts exactly.
And what about us?
How are we going to make sure that we don't argue for an entire day?
CHILL-OUT MUSIC PLAYS
Remember, paint the happiest thing that comes into your mind.
Sounds like someone in pain.
Oh. No pain, tension or anger in here.
HE CLEARS THROAT
Oh, look at the time.
Won't be long till we're at that theme park.
It's been seven minutes.
Ah-ah! That's it.
Only 20 hours to go.
So, what's so special about this star?
Well, it's the smallest star there is.
And it's billions of years old.
a red supergiant explodes into this thing called a supernova.
But it's the dance finals tonight.
Exactly, two against one.
And the only stars we'll be watching tonight are ballroom stars.
Ballroom? No way.
It's the Street Dance Academy finals tonight.
And I've been watching all year.
Street dancing is rubbish.
It's better than your dancing, if you can call it that.
No arguing guys, remember?
Maybe there's a fair way we can decide what we watch.
But I don't dance, so is that really fair?
If you're such a scaredy-cat, then you can always judge.
SHE GRUMBLES W-whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Sharing is caring.
I'm not sharing with him.
This is stupid.
I can't pretend to be happy.
I'm trying to stay positive, but all I keep thinking about is this.
OK, so let's find out who took your muffin
and who's been through Sasha's laptop.
No-one is fessing, and if they did, it would start World War III.
Who are we kidding? Arguments are a fact of life
and Mike shouldn't punish us for it.
We should be more angry.
-Sasha's right. Let's teach Mike a lesson and get revenge.
No! No anger and no revenge.
No anger and no revenge.
OK, what can we use?
Shame you haven't got a swim kit.
-We could've had fun.
-I know, mate, but I'll just grab a sandwich
and I'll meet you in an hour.
Oh, cheers, mate, but I can't swim without...
Let's go have some fun, OK?
-# Falling in love
-# Falling in love
-# Falling in love
# Falling in love
-# Falling in love
# Falling in love, oh
-# Falling in love
# Falling in love Magic. #
So? Who won?
-Taz, you had mad skills.
Floss, you were graceful and moving.
So I'm giving you both...
It's a draw.
Looks like we'll have to find a different competition.
Drawing straws is equal and fair.
Maybe he's right.
It's hard to find a clear winner with dancing.
Exactly. It's not like you can dance the furthest or longest.
-You can't measure it.
-You're a genius!
Stay there. Come on.
What have I said now?
So, run that by us again.
Whoever holds the spoon of truth can confess anything they want.
But here's the important part,
no-one gets angry and everything will be forgiven.
It's an amnesty.
What, so the muffin thief walks away scot-free?
Whoever went through my laptop needs to be punished.
That isn't the point of an amnesty.
Yeah, sometimes the bigger goal's more important than the revenge.
And we all do want to go to the theme park.
Look, come on,
don't you want to end all these arguments once and for all?
I'll go first.
SHE CLEARS THROAT
I took your muffin.
I didn't actually eat it.
I just threw it in the bin.
It fell out the cupboard and I tried to clean it up, then I heard voices
and panicked, so... I'm sorry.
Just give me a minute.
Thank you, Chloe.
And sorry, Ryan.
Me shoulder's still playing up.
So I should probably rest it.
-You were just fine.
-Yeah, well, I'm not now.
Go on, go practise your breast crawl.
You know what I mean, your paddle or...your doggy stroll. Whatever.
So we can say whatever we want and no-one's allowed to get mad?
I was on your laptop.
You've been playing this song and I wanted to know what it was.
So after you totally lost it, I told Bird not to say anything.
See? This is working.
And now you both know you like the same music.
Chloe, why didn't you tell me?
Honestly, I thought you'd overreact.
Well, in that case...
You think you're better than everyone else
and it makes me, at least, feel stupid.
Let's just get everything out in the open.
If we know what annoys each other, we won't argue.
Jody, you talk about boxing and make me watch videos all the time.
Sometimes, I just wish we talked about other things.
I've actually got one or two things I'd like to say.
-Can I say something?
-I've got something to say!
-So do I.
overshadowed, don't miss the story of the neutron star tonight.
These will go off when there's no movement.
First person to stop dancing loses.
Yeah, and we're going to need refreshments
so we'll need you around.
That chewing noise when you eat drives everyone insane.
We appreciate you're helping in the kitchen,
but when you ruin dinner every night, we all suffer.
Bird might like your music, but everyone else thinks it's rubbish.
You think you're funny, but nobody's laughing.
Lazy, messy, fussy, you snore.
Your clothes kind of need a wash.
Well, maybe your feet do.
No arguing, remember?
Do I really ruin all the food?
Let's just take some time to process.
Remember amnesty rules -
no-one gets mad and no arguing.
Hey. Well, maybe perfect solutions do exist.
What are you, Finn, a human dolphin?
Erm, isn't that your bad shoulder?
..can you swim?
Mate, I can swim fine.
I'm not a toddler. Just forget about it.
But I can help.
I said forget about it, all right?
What's wrong? Hey, I thought we were making Bolognese.
I don't want to cook any more. It's not my thing.
Three hours, not a single argument.
Dare I say it, but whatever it is you're doing might be working.
You love cooking.
No-one said you had to stop.
Well, apparently I ruin everything, so why bother?
How was it?
Can I talk to you and Mike about Alex?
-Are they Mike's clothes?
-Only clean clothes I could find that fit me.
DISCO MUSIC BLARES
Look, I know we don't like this music,
try not to take it too personally.
It's music, it means a lot to me.
I think he might need swimming lessons.
Can we get him some?
Of course. Taz is having them.
Did he tell you he wanted lessons?
Well, we can't force him into it.
Maybe in a few days I can gently find a way to ask but, you know,
if he doesn't respond, you know, that's his choice.
I need your help.
Everyone's getting upset.
What did you expect?
It's not nice hearing what people really think.
Is this about the boxing?
It's not a big deal.
We're best friends and you've been faking.
How am I going to trust anything that you ever say again?
And you really expect that everyone's just going to forgive
and forget all this?
SHE SIGHS Just leave me alone for a bit.
Hey, Taz, looks like you've got a new friend for swimming lessons.
Hey, were you afraid of water when you were six or something?
I don't know what you're talking about.
Finn says you need lessons.
Don't worry, these will help if they fit.
Hey, Alex! Off, off.
What you doing?
-I was only teasing about swimming.
That's confidential information.
You can't punish me, Tyler said.
Don't worry, Candi-Rose has been stacking the dishes wrong.
Why didn't you tell me?
Because I didn't want to be a know-it-all.
So you watch me fail and I'm not meant to overreact?
Oh, and I've chipped my nail varnish.
Tyler...explain this amnesty, eh?
Why did you blab? I told you to leave it.
Just stay out my business.
It seemed like a good idea, we just told a few truths.
But don't worry, I've got it all under control.
No, he thought it was a good idea for everyone to attack each other.
It wasn't like that. I was trying to do the right thing.
I like cooking. And now I know everyone hates my food.
And if my clothes aren't always clean,
-it's cos I don't have many.
-Isn't that my shirt?
Great, now we've got a whole new set of problems to argue over.
-You gave me permission.
-I mean, we've all got to cook at some point.
-It's not my fault!
-Fine, fine, OK.
So I might have made a mistake.
But it's fine, I'll fix it.
Get real, Tyler, stop being so naive.
All this meddling is making everyone's life harder.
Instead of theme park, we're going to have to deal with this mess.
Do you know what? Go to your room.
Fine. Arguments are going to happen
and there's nothing we can do about it.
So who thinks it's fair that we're being punished?
Excuse me, I asked you politely to go to your room.
No! I've tried to help,
but actually, we're not sorry.
We can't get along and we are angry.
-You're pushing it, Tyler.
-Until you say we can go to that theme park,
how about we have the theme park here?
Let loose, do whatever we want.
-No rules. ALL:
If I have to get real...
..so do you.
MUSIC: Figure It Out by Royal Blood
Two, three, four, them two as well.
Right, those should definitely do the trick.
-Go stink the house out.
-So, that is music playing in the bedroom,
the living room and the kitchen.
I think I know how to deal with Mike and May-Li.
Sounds fun, go for it.
Oh, the bad boy. I like it.
Yeah, you're way cooler like this.
So that's five pepperoni
pizzas, four chicken, three vegetarian and two garlic breads.
On the Ashdene Ridge account? Brilliant.
Hey! What are you... What are you doing?
Girls, stop... Girls!
Stop... Right. Right, that's it, this is your final warning.
Can I smell stink bombs? Mike, what is going on?
-I can't think. Sasha, turn the music off, will you?
-There's no point,
-they've gone rogue.
No, no, no, no, no, no.
All over the place!
-On all the doors?
Jay, get this.
..you know that we can never give into this.
Every time someone wants their own way, this will happen.
What did you say?
Ah. There's no such thing as a perfect solution?
Say we can go tomorrow - this all ends.
Tyler, Tyler, Tyler, Tyler!
Fine. You want to do things the hard way...
Let's see what's happening next week, shall we?
-KNOCK AT DOOR
-I'm sorry, it was an accident.
I told you to drop it. Now the whole house knows because of you.
You don't have to be embarrassed.
I can't swim at all, all right?
I've never been to a swimming pool before today.
It doesn't matter. If you want to learn, I can help.
I don't want your help.
I'm not wearing any stupid armbands and splashing
around like a five-year-old.
Spot the care kid who never learned to swim.
We're all care kids, we all missed out.
At least now we have each other to help.
Bowling and climbing? You can't!
Look, just stay strong, he's calling our bluff.
Skated into the cabinet.
He's going into the next month.
My gig! That's personal.
Oh, it doesn't look like he's calling our bluff.
-What do we do?
-We're in too deep now.
Tyler's right, it's not fair.
We need to go bigger.
Let's make our own theme park ride.
If he cancels my shopping trip, I'm out.
-Tyler, what can we do?
-Let's do this...
-What are we going to do?
-We need to know.
-Come on, Tyler, you got us into this mess...
I can't think with all this noise.
Having fun being the bad boy?
But I need to get real.
The world's full of problems I can't fix.
Doesn't mean you have to make them worse.
You made a mistake trying to do good. So what?
Remember earlier, when you told us to paint the happiest thing
that came to mind?
HE CHUCKLES What is it? A yeti?
It's you, dummy.
-All right, you ready?
-Come on, Jay. Come on.
-Ready? Come down.
-Six, five, four, three...
-If you come down those
stairs, that's all of August gone.
Jay, pass the keys.
We stop everything.
Say sorry and clean up.
You made a deal?
-What's in it for us?
-We get nothing.
And we accept our punishment. SHE SCOFFS
What kind of a deal is that?
We're angry. Mike isn't being fair.
Let's carry on, we don't need Tyler.
In the real world, Mike's in charge and we can't change that.
I make loads of mistakes,
and Charlie's learning to cook.
Sasha, not many people like your music.
But it's your music.
None of us are perfect.
But we're better than this.
Can't we just have a bit more fun?
No. It's time to let them out.
I've got a plan - we can watch the first half of my show,
then catch the winners of Ballroom Stars,
and then the Street Dance Academy after that.
-I'm so tired.
It's a draw.
Guys, it's a...
Saying sorry doesn't get you off the hook.
-It's a start. Remember, I was the one who did all this.
Well, you managed to end it, too.
I'll make mistakes fixing things, but I'm not going to stop trying.
You shouldn't. But you'll learn which battles to pick in the future.
Look, I'm sorry I was snappy all week.
We're all struggling from a bit of cabin fever.
I'm not saying that we should go to theme park.
HE SIGHS I think everyone's got that
-out their system now.
-No, but you're right, I think we need to get
out of the house, clear the air.
I have something in mind.
I want to start swimming lessons.
-Can you help?
Well, go on, then, laugh. I've never been to a swimming pool before.
The neutron star might not be as commanding as red giants or as rash
as the supergiants. But as they inevitably burn out,
the humble neutron continues on its endless journey through
This Bolognese looks...
Well, it's better than last time.
Those spaghetti were crunchy.
Litter-picking, in the park?
Every bag you fill is an extra trip or gig back on the calendar.
I just spilt my glittery nail polish and I didn't overreact.
I'm going to teach people how to not overreact as a career.
There's another portion left in the pot if anyone wants it.
I'm stuffed, but...
-..Jay, you can have it.
-Nah, it's OK, Jody.
Go for it.
Maybe everyone did learn something after all.
I said I didn't want it.
Get real, Mike, this is going to blow.
Time to take cover.
Mike, tell her!
-I don't want it.
-Well, if you like it so much, you can have it.
-I had a lot whilst I was cooking.
-You can have that one.
-I don't want it.
-I had a lot whilst I was...
With the YP constantly arguing, Mike cancels a trip to the theme park. Tyler offers up the perfect solution for no more arguments for the rest of the day. Setting off an amnesty, it's not long before the YP all get something off their chest. Arguments continue until Mike finds out and punishes Tyler. Fighting back, Tyler instigates a riot and the DG descends into anarchy. Tyler soon realises he's in over his head and apologises for his actions. Meanwhile, Alex is forced to confront a fear from his past as he takes Finn swimming, and Joseph battles Floss and Taz for TV time.