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Don't you dare go anywhere. Unless you need the loo.
Or you've got the toast on. Or the cat needs to be let in.
But if not, don't go anywhere cos it's Whoops, I Missed the Bus.
We've got a slice of this...
The show's cleverly written, brilliantly edited,
hilarious and touching.
..a big pinch of that...
What do you mean they're not real?
..and a heaping dollop of something else.
And, because they picked up their milk and took the bins out yesterday,
we're joined by our punctual pair of vlogging pals.
It's Laura and Myles.
Yeah, I've cleaned the oven, fed the fish, fed the oven,
and there's nothing but CBBC from here on out.
Unless I forgot to bring the washing in.
I forgot to bring the washing in.
There's loads to come, so make meself comfy.
But first, let us find out what Laura thinks of a magical new addition
to the CBBC channel.
There's a new show on CBBC called Jamillah And Aladdin.
Yes, you've probably guessed by the name Aladdin, it has a genie in it.
Tell me your wish.
Who wouldn't want a genie to grant your wishes?
And bake, sort of.
Sorry I've been so wrong,
but I've been baking you a cake to celebrate your first ever trip.
You'd think, as a genie, you wouldn't really need to bother
baking, would you? You'd just magic up a Victoria sponge
or a carrot cake in an instant.
Or maybe a nice flapjack.
Mm! Wait, I got distracted again by cake.
I do this in every vlog.
If I had a genie, I wouldn't use up my wishes on cake.
Not all of them, anyway.
It's a good job Jamillah can look after herself
because the genie does seem to go missing a fair bit.
Aladdin gets arrested.
Tell Aladdin's mother that he'll be held until she pays
for my fruit.
Oh! No genie in sight.
Jamillah gets transported to a completely different place
she has no understanding of...
-Wait, don't go!
Again, Genie? Hello?
Jamillah breaks a basket of eggs.
Genie, this would be a really good time to show up.
And, let me guess, when they knock over the fruit,
he's nowhere to be seen.
Yes, definitely not the right time for a genie
to be having the day off.
Wait, hang on a second.
Did you see that? Pause!
What?! Aladdin knocked four apples that fell to the floor,
but the guards demanded WAY more fruit than that as a repayment.
30 persimmons, 15 lemons,
two dozen apples and...
Pears, 145 pears.
Right, this man needs some maths lessons
because he has definitely not added that up right.
And don't even ask me what a persimmon is.
I doubt it's better than a fig, based on Aladdin's reaction.
-HE SHOUTS EXCITEDLY:
I suppose they didn't have smartphones or video games
in those days, so maybe a fig was a great gift.
Christmas shopping in those days must have been so easy.
"Do you want an apple? Do you want some eggs?"
"Nah, I'll take a fig."
It's all right.
I'd still rather a computer game, though.
I spent ages rubbing a lamp once, trying to make a genie appear.
Eventually, the manager did ask me to leave the store,
but who needs wishes when you've got 15 Second Fans?
I like The Next Step because it's so fun.
I like all the drama and the excitement.
I really want to keep positive
because I really want The Next Step to win Internationals.
I'm a mahoosive fan of Four O'Clock Club.
I've watched it since it first aired
and I still love it.
The show is cleverly written, brilliantly edited,
hilarious and touching,
with the best soundtrack of, like, anything ever.
Favourite character? Well, we need them all in my opinion.
My favourite show is The Dumping Ground
because it's amazing and I love the storyline.
And it's really funny and I just love going home on the couch
and just watching it
because you don't know what's going to happen next.
Favourite shows are Blue Peter and...
Because they're great...
-And they're great shows.
-And they're great shows.
-Thanks, CBBC. Bye!
Give yourselves a pat on the back, by Jove.
If you can sum up your CBBC faves in 15 seconds
and fancy appearing on your own telly box in the process,
then record your mini vlog
and send it in via the Whoops webpage.
It'll be a treat for the eyes!
But from you to him.
You know him, with the badges and the big grin.
No, not him.
Yeah! That him.
Well, here him is. He is. What?
Here at the London Wetland Centre,
they've got loads of my favourite photography subjects -
which I happen to know a little bit about.
Look! There's a mallard. Or a duck, to me and you.
Oh, and there's a swan.
Look at those beautiful feathers.
Oh, and... Hang on a minute.
No way! That's an otter. Amazing.
What do you mean they're not real?
Made of toy bricks?
The otter is?
Yeah, that's...that's... that's made of toy bricks.
It's a lot easier to see close up that they're not real,
but they're beautiful things.
Hannah, tell me about Lottie. What's the story?
We decided to make some giant brick animals to get closer to nature
and learn more about our threatened species and the work that the
Wildfowl And Wetlands Trust does to help conserve animals.
I tried to make a car out of the stuff once
and it took me a whole day. This must have taken ages.
Yes, it did,
and it took 15,500 bricks to make Lottie
and a total of 120 hours.
Barney, we want to take Lottie
and all the other giant brick animals up to Lancashire
so that children can enjoy them at our Martin Mere Wetland Centre.
We're going to have to move them?
But we can't do that! It took 120 hours to build.
And what are we going to do? Break them all down
-and rebuild them...?
-Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
It's much simpler than that.
'Phew, that would have taken hours!
'With thousands of bricks making up each animal, we need to be careful.
'Right, swan wings - check.'
Wow, that's heavy!
'Otter on a trailer - check.
'Duck on a yellow truck - check.
'All ready for their motorway migration.'
So, there we have it.
The van is now all packed and the next time we see our friends,
it'll be 200 miles that way up north. Can't wait!
All right, mate, you all good? We'll see you there. Please be careful.
And so, as if by magic - well, actually, I drove in a car -
I am now 200 miles up north
to make sure everyone has arrived safe and sound.
Oh, no! Oh, something terrible's happened!
All that time, all that effort wa...
Oh, no, wait, it's over there.
People shouldn't leave toy bricks lying around.
'Yes, thankfully the animals have made it in one piece.
'And so the flamingo goes in with the flamingos,
'the swan in with the swans and the duck...
'Well, that goes with the ducks.
'And they'll be joined by a brand-new kingfisher,
'which I get to help finish.
'And before we know it, all the animals are safe and sound,
'happy in their new home.'
Yesterday, I wasn't as happy as I was today because I didn't know
there was a TV show called Meet The Kittens
and now I've met the kittens and life is very different.
The kittens are now six weeks old and the last time we saw them,
they were learning to eat solid food.
I mean, I can do that as well.
Cats get a lot of praise. "Oh, I can eat food!" I do it all the time.
No-one's mentioning the cat just spoke. "I can eat food!"
Well done, I'm officially as good as a cat.
Listen up, everyone.
This is the litter tray. You have to use it to go to the toilet.
Great vocabulary for a little furry cat friend.
The show is basically kittens running about,
just growing up, not really having to worry about anything.
What are they thinking? "I'm a cat.
"I don't have homework or have to go to school.
"I can just sleep whenever I want and as soon as I wake up, I eat."
Is it too late to be reborn as a cat?
"They're defo not meatballs! I'm off for a rest."
They're just chasing a ball around.
If I do that, my mum's like, "Myles, you're a human. Stop.
"You've been watching too many dog videos."
No, Mum, I've actually been watching too much Meet The Kittens.
Mum Coco takes the opportunity for a bit of me time.
"And this me time involves me
"stuffing my face with a ton of biscuits."
Before this show, I didn't realise cats were a fan of a biscuit.
You learn something new every day about cats.
And other things. Not just every day
you learn something new about cats.
"You see that? It says cat food.
"Well, I'm a cat and I want some food.
"Oh, can someone take these lids off?"
What's the cameraman doing during that?
Just get your hand in, take the lid off for her. "Look, I'm a cat.
"I don't have thumbs, help me out. I fancy a biscuit, take the lid off.
"I know you're filming Meet The Kittens, it's a great show,
"but pop a biscuit out and pop it in. I'm a happy cat now.
"Still I can speak and no-one's really mentioning why it's weird."
This cat is not a happy bunny.
Of course it's not a happy bunny - it's a cat. There's a new show.
Meet The Rabbits this time.
Now I think I want to show them meeting other animals.
Meet The Rhino - very similar, a house of 11 rhinos
running about just in a kitchen, trying to get biscuits out of a tin.
"Hello, can you just give me a hand, please?
"I'm a rhino, I can't quite get onto the counter
"and get a biscuit into my mouth." The cameraman's confused.
If you like watching kittens being kittens,
then Meet The Kittens.
It's the name of the show.
Once you watch the show, you will then meet the kittens.
It's like, "Oh, I've met the kittens."
No rhinos, though. Not yet.
I love Scream Street and you know why? No surprises.
You know exactly what you're getting -
it's right there on the tin!
# Next door's a vampire, maybe not!
# 4,000 years old but her body won't rot
# Yeah, being a freak is totally normal
# When everyone's freaky and paranormal... #
In this episode, I learned that vampires
aren't supposed to have reflections.
I knew about the garlic thing.
Did not know about the reflection thing.
Do you think I want to have a reflection?
Resus, don't worry, I'm sure no-one will even mention it.
-At least your father doesn't hate you.
-He doesn't hate you,
he's just embarrassed to have you around sometimes.
Awkward! Maybe it's just best if the ground swallows you up?
Ooh, my bad!
But you want to know the worst thing about having a reflection,
apart from bed hair?
If your reflection is evil and wants to trade places with you!
Oh, they will not get away with this.
If anyone knows when something fishy is going on, it's parents.
Parents know EVERYTHING. They won't let him leave the house.
-Isn't it a bit late to be going out again?
-Not for a vampire!
Or they DO let them leave the house.
I'll stop talking.
One great reason to live on Scream Street
is that their pets are so helpful.
Whoa! Nice move, half-doggie dude!
I just wish that...
Ah-choo! Oh, I just wish that real pets were that helpful.
They just don't do anything.
Oh-ho! Who's a good half a doggie?
Aw, I wish I had a dog like that.
Speaking of which, I've not seen mine in ages.
GHOSTLY VOICE: Lisa, Lisa, Lisaaaaa!
That's a really great name for saying in a spooky voice.
Anyhoo, enough of my yapping cos it's time for your pets to do it instead.
We're all wondering...
I'm proud of you, Eldon, doing all that twirling and twirling
and twirling and twirling and twirling and twirling
and twirling and twirling and twirling and twirling
and twirling and... Oh, I think I'm going to be sick!"
Ssh, I'm trying to disguise myself as a teddy bear.
That way I can watch Shaun The Sheep in peace.
All I have to do is stay perfectly still and...
Ooh, a balloon shaped like a giraffe! Oh-ho-ho-ho!
This is nice, a proper comfy couch, some lovely CBBC, a really nice day.
We're going to the vets, aren't we? Aren't we? Oh, no!
Don't mind me, Emma, I'm multitasking, don't you know?
I can see The Secret Life Of Boys and your fine camera works!
I'm a super dog, yes! Oh, my eyes do hurt...
Such fluffy fun, by jing!
If your fluffy feline or feathered friends fancy
a go at getting on the telly, just film them sat in front of CBBC
for 20 seconds and send it to us via the Whoops web page.
You could have a tiny celebrity in your midst!
What are you thinking, pet?
Now, without further ado, let us all open our eyes nice and wide,
ready to envelop our lids around some top-notch CBBC best bits.
Well, Sami and Nadia love their den, but what about the family?
Remember, Mum and Dad's worst fear was if the den was orange.
-What will they think?
-Our den awaits!
-You said no orange.
-Oh, look at that!
I really like the orange.
I thought I'd hate orange if it was orange,
but this is gorgeous and look at the sign - the Rock Den!
This is amazing! Windows into other universes.
It's endless. Every possible choice, every possible decision...
Do you still want to go home?
Eldon is one of the last two standing and I'm freaking out
because I want him to win because one, the team will benefit
and two, we'll finally be dating.
We have two dancers that are left and they're still going strong.
Being one of the last people turning is really nerve-racking.
All I can think about is how I'm that much closer to dating Thalia.
I thought I'd do some exercise as a tribute to Lauren.
What idiot said belly dancing's only for girls?
-So now we can ALL go next time.
Hey, wait, what are you doing?
Showing my mates how cool you are.
Ach! Well, in for a penny!
What a sumptuous selection of CBBC nonsense!
And, if you missed out, you can mosey on over to the CBBC iPlayer.
As for me, I've got at least one chore left today -
giving that bus a good old clean! But, hang on, get back here!
I need to oil your rusty parts!