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Welcome to the future! Well, it's the present now.
And what a present it is. Time to tuck into some tasty 2016 treats.
It's Whoops, I Missed The Bus.
We've got some 15-second fans...
I love CBBC.
The Dengineers are having a gander.
This is the Dengineers.
-I look beautiful.
And get your legwarmers at the ready.
Let's start the auditions!
Like a ray of sun peeking over the horizon,
our day only starts when we see the shining faces of these two beauties.
New year, new reviews, new me.
Well, not new me. I'm not a Laura clone or anything. Am I?
First up, it's the fuzzy fun monkey himself.
He's suave, he's sassy
and he's 90% hair. It's Myles.
Eve, a new series, and my first thought was,
how many series can there be?
Because Eve, she's not a human, she's a robot, and robots don't age,
so if they cut to series 48 of Eve, Eve's still as young as ever
but now it's set in a nursing home.
Futuristic nursing home, though - series 48,
so everyone's walking around with hoverboards instead of...
walking frames. New series of Eve.
The first episode starts off, it's all happening,
someone's running around, out of breath,
looking for something chasing them.
There's only one way to stop this! Do not build them!
It's not the perfect time, as you're given a cryptic message
about something from the future, to be vlogging. "Hey, guys!"
Put the camera down, run. That's what I'd do.
Vlogging advice from the future,
and if you're getting chased by a robot, from Myles.
Put that as a title.
Turns out, though, that is actually just a clip from a film
that people in Eve were watching.
Shape-shifting androids travel back in time, to seek
revenge on their human creators.
It's a terrible warning
of the dangers of artificial intelligence, or AI.
But could this ever happen in the real world?
He's talking about me.
Oh, that's awkward. He may as well just look straight down the camera
and said, "Hello, Eve, are you a robot?"
The fate of humanity will no longer be ours to control.
That is why I founded PRICE.
Protect Real Intelligence Campaign for Ethics.
I thought I'd try and set up
a new company about artificial intelligence, a friendly company,
just a nice new friendly company, you know, called RABBIT.
Robots Are...Bad Because...
And no-one's ever going to be thinking that's an evil company,
even though it says "bad"
cos it's called RABBIT and they're a fluffy thing.
Come on, Robogirl.
Time to experience your first ever roller coaster.
Your protocols are going to be seriously blown.
They're going to a theme park.
Eve's not going to be able to concentrate doing loop-the-loops,
if she's thinking about whether she's real or not.
"Want some candyfloss, Eve?"
"I might not be real. What is real, if I'm a robot created by someone?"
"Do you want candyfloss or not?"
"Yes, definitely, it's nice."
Myles should consider a robot double.
We could save a fortune on vlogging equipment.
On second thoughts, that would be terrifying.
Quick! Talk about something nice!
My favourite show has got to be Horrible Histories
because the actors are really good
and it's really funny
and it teaches you about history.
Hi. I love Whoops, I Missed The Bus
because it has loads and loads of different facts
about TV shows like The Next Step.
That's my favourite TV show of all time on CBBC
and it's just full of drama.
My favourite show is The Dengineers
because it's very good.
My favourite CBBC show is The Next Step, because there's loads
of drama in it and it's really funny and it's cool and I love dancing.
I love CBBC.
A lovely group of fans there
and not a Myles-like robot in sight. Phew!
If you want to rave about
your CBBC fave,
record a 15-second video and send it
in to us, via the Whoops web page.
We love 'em, don't you know?
Now, are you missing the gang from The Next Step?
Well, that lot from Hacker Time have made sure you'll miss them even more.
I'm only joking, Hacker! Ha-ha! (I'm not.)
Let's do this, people.
I've been dancing since I was three years old.
Achieving is all I know.
He's awesome to the power of ten!
I've been dancing since I was three MONTHS old.
Stardom is in my blood.
Her flexibility is off the scale.
Well, I've been dancing longer than the lot of them.
I was an odd child. Ho, ho.
HE CHATTERS LIKE A DOLPHIN
THEY ALL CHATTER
Now we've all done that for no reason whatsoever,
let's start the auditions.
The great thing is, there are 12 places in Z Troupe
and only 12 of us auditioning.
So, we're all going to get a place.
Unless, of course, somebody brilliant suddenly
walks through the doors, but that's not going to happen.
So, this girl suddenly walks through the door.
She tells us her name's Rochelle, she's from Wisconsin
and she'd like to audition.
My name's Rochelle. I'm from Wisconsin and I'd like to audition.
After I told them my name's Rochelle, I'm from Wisconsin
and I'd like to audition,
they couldn't have been more welcoming.
Your breath smells of butterflies and rainbows.
Right, Rochelle, let's see what you've got.
This is going to be hilarious.
-Yeah, like, I'd feel sorry for her, if her hair wasn't so stupid!
So, the new girl starts to dance.
And I couldn't believe what I was seeing.
Because it was absolutely, gut-wrenchingly, bottom-clenchingly
What happens when you put mayhem and Europe together in one place?
I even got some singing practice in
because Ed and Chris gave us one of their songs.
# Mi-mi-mi-mi-mi-mi-mi... #
# Looking for elves and it ain't no joke
# In Icelandic some get called Huldufolk
# Ignore that I'm dressed as this Elvis bloke
# Come on, let's search for the hidden folk... #
SHE HUMS ALONG
# They won't move rocks they think are elf homes
# For fear of upsetting these sprites and gnomes
# Elf rock... #
Clearly I don't know the words, but I have definitely learnt the moves
to Ed and Ben's flamingo dance.
Then, you just got to bring back the neck move we learned earlier
and you're ready to flamingo.
Two, three, 17, you got it!
Oh, wow, this is actually working.
The flamingos are flying straight towards us.
Well, flamingo-ing warmed me up just in time to cope with
the intense pressure of the question round.
I don't know how Lauren and Ed do it.
Matthias, how many tourists come here every year?
DUBBED: Every year we have over 300,000 visitors.
What is a pletna?
DUBBED: A pletna is a flat-bottomed boat.
Oh, right. I've got a flat bottom.
If I was responsible for doing this, I would panic.
Um... Where's the...
What's the... What's the water like?
And was it just me or did watching the part about
the salt cave in Poland really make you want crisps?
Would you stop licking the walls? It's not normal.
My favourite bit has to be the Useless Inventions Museum
in Austria. I would buy everything in there.
A mechanical nose picker! Yes, this one's nice, isn't it?
That's going on my birthday list.
In fact, I'm pretty sure some of my inventions could go in that museum.
Introducing... the fashionable toothbrush!
The fork and knife all-in-one.
The spaceship that cooks you dinner.
That one's a work in progress.
Oh! I could try and combine it with the salt cave, too, couldn't I,
and then do the flamingo dance on the new planet I find?
Yes! That's a plan.
BOTH: Hello, Whoops, I Missed The Bus!
-He's Mark Wright.
-And she's not.
Do you know what we're doing today?
-We're having a little exclusive very first viewing
of one of our Dengineers episodes. How exciting!
That's good, but means I'm stuck with you for the next half-hour.
Yeah. Stop it! Come on, hit play, let's do it.
-And I'm Mark.
And this is The Dengineers.
-I look beautiful. Look at you, though.
-I look awful!
Why am I in a tree? You've got excessively long hair.
We've got no time for messing around on the beach.
After this take had finished, you kept lobbing the lilo.
(There is Andrew, there's Andrew.)
Andrew's looking at you, so be careful.
This is where we almost got caught, cos they were that far...
We always nearly get caught. Me and you push it too much.
They're in, they're in, they're in.
I mean, look how far out you are!
-You're hanging in the streets.
'That is one of the best bits about the show, when we go in
'and surprise the kids and see their face just go from,'
their normal day, to "This is the best day of my life".
-Olga was amazing.
-You look at these and think,
"How has she come up with that?"
-Are you kidding?
-What has my dad been putting in here?
There was so much stuff in there, like, just loads of weird stuff
as well, like old carpets from 1922 and stuff.
The work that goes into these dens. You can't build these dens at home.
I used to build dens at home with a bedsheet
-and a golf club, to hold it up.
-What was the best one you ever did?
I built a treehouse and the day I finished it, I fell out of it,
so I wasn't allowed back in it,
-so it took me six months for nothing, really.
We made one, it was in, like, a bale of hay.
We burrowed out all these rooms and stuff. It was pretty mint.
-That is pretty cool.
-It's not really like what this is.
This looks amazing!
Oh, I could eat all this now.
-And then, move it to the edges.
-Her face - look at her greedy face!
How are we going to get up there?
Do you know how tall that was?
Know how short I am? How do you get up there?
I need you to be my human ladder.
-Tall Andy, the design runner, isn't it?
-You loved Andy.
Oh, he was such a lovely tall man.
I was like three times as tall as normal.
What do you think?
-I drew them.
-I can tell you drew them, because they are...
-No, they're actually quite good.
What will the main man himself think of the den?
The reveal is coming.
I mean, I would love that in my garden, even now.
To think, when we were making stuff with, like, golf clubs
and bedsheets, as you were saying, it's nothing like this, is it?
-This is like the next level.
-This is the next, next level.
Wow! That looks amazing!
He loves it, look!
-This den is...
-I loved it.
-It was good, innit?
Took us so long to film that whole series.
-I've finally had enough of you.
I love you lots, but until the next series,
-I don't want to see you.
-Is that it now? It's over now?
-Good one, though, eh?
-See you soon, Lozza.
-See you, mate.
What a handsome duo!
And didn't the shorter one look awfully familiar?
Anyhoo, let us dive into the minds of our viewers -
the furry ones, at least. We've got to ask...
What you thinking, pet?
Here we go. The big reveal. It gets me every time, this.
It's so emotional.
They've worked so hard for it.
Daisy, get a tissue and mop my moist eyes.
Oh, no, not Scream Street again.
This programme makes me nervous.
What's that noise?
Why is the tree still up? Is it still Christmas?
Why are you filming me?
I can't watch it, turn it off! Turn it off!
I've cleaned this room from top to bottom and I'm putting my feet up.
This Dumping Ground theme tune don't half sent me to sleep, though.
Must try and stay awake.
What a cracking cavalcade of canines and kittens.
And a guinea pig.
If your furry friend is watching CBBC
and you'd like to hear their thoughts
record a 20-second clip of 'em
and send it in via the Whoops web page.
What you thinking, pet?
But right now, I see...all of the CBBC best bits from the past week.
It's convenient, that, it's what we've got scheduled.
Karen, it's over to you.
-Go on, Barney.
-Here we go. Step up.
Come on, Barney! Good luck.
That's insanely hot. You can feel that here.
Stand tall, breathe deep, here we go.
-What's your name?
-Are you angry?
-Then let's go.
# Oh, yes He's back with a brand-new show
# Up next on CBBC I wish you'd never go
# He builds dens and makes dreams come true
# But the only one I'm dreaming 'bout - Mark Wright, it's you.
# Your dark hair Your deep blue eyes
# The way you utilise the element of surprise
# Your teeth are white
-# And oh, so dreamy
# He's Mark Wright He likes his cakes creamy. #
'What is the middle name
'of the actor Hansen Tylers?
'Going to have to rush you, Craig.'
-Give me the answer.
What's it worth?
-I'll do all your chores for a week.
-Make it a month.
'Time's running out, Craig.'
-Cool. It's Derek.
'It's the wrong answer, I'm afraid, Craig.'
One of you will get to perform on stage...
..at Radio 1's Big Weekend.
And there you have it, by Jove,
every possible thing I could cram into 15 minutes,
apart from the kitchen sink. Although...maybe there's still time.
I'll grab the porcelain, you hold the bus doors!
Hang on... Where are you going?!