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Gather round, campers, and dust off those winter blues cos
we've got some toasty CBBC treats to warm your cockles right up.
It's Whoops I Missed The Bus.
-She's lost her marbles again.
And what's Lisa on about now?
Yep, that hurts.
OK, Eve, you win.
Plus, they're like a snuggly pair of mittens,
but less fluffy...and more human.
It's our vlogging maestros, Laura and Myles.
Yo, yo, it's Myles from the British Isles
Here on Whoops I Missed The Bus
No need to make a fuss...
Make a fuss if you want, definitely there is some need to make a fuss...
if you want to make a fuss.
There's loads to come, but ladies first.
There's no need for an introduction with this one,
you all know her smiling face by now.
There's a huge dilemma for Millie this week.
Millie from Millie Inbetween, that is, not just a Millie down the road.
And following on from last week,
there are vegetable cushions in this episode, too.
-How are the aubergines coming along, Sharon?
Good, cos we've got another order here for mushroom cushions.
Huh? Are vegetable cushions popular?
Should I be adding some to my room?
Anyhow, what I really wanted to say
was this episode was terrifying because...
It's parents' evening!
Does anyone ever enjoy parents' evening?
My parents were always told that I talked too much in class.
I don't know where they got that from. Talking too much in class?
I don't talk too much in class.
-Although I do do a good parrot impression which sounds like
I don't talk too much. Imagine thinking that I talk too much!
However, Millie had bigger problems than that
and each lie she told spiralled out of control.
-Well, it's probably time Dad left.
-Who was at the door?
Friend who is a boy.
-I want to meet him.
At least on the plus side,
Millie can do that cool swiping a video out of thin air thing.
Best day ever.
I am never letting you dress me up for book day again.
What am I even meant to be?
Isn't it obvious? Harry POT-ter.
I've accidently hit send to all.
Millie Inbetween - watch it.
Oh, no, where's it going? OK.
Oh, no, it's wandering off.
Nice work, Millie! I mean, Laura. Bravo!
But hot on her heels, ready to voice their opinions,
are our 15-second fans, yes!
Hi, I'm Amber and my favourite TV show is The Next Step
because it's full of drama and I really like to dance,
and I just find it very, very fun.
So thanks, guys, bye!
My favourite CBBC show is Tracy Beaker Returns
because it shows Tracy Beaker when she's older
and it shows all the Dumping Ground kids when they're younger.
# Watch Horrible Histories
# It's fun and has facts
# It's a really good catch
# Watch Horrible Histories now
# It's good and it's great
# Fabulous in every way
# Horrible Histories! #
My favourite show is Our School because it's about real-life
situations and you don't really know what to expect.
There's loads of friends and you don't know
if they're going to turn on each other
and it's really cool cos it's about real-life situations.
Wonderful words, my friends. You almost brought a tear to my eye.
And we want more of your CBBC compliments,
so if you want to fill us in on your favourite shows,
record a 15-second video and send it in to us via the Whoops web page.
Now, we know you love Hacker Time and you're quite fond
of Horrible Histories.
Well, this... is neither of those shows.
However, it is pretty funny.
Well, I'm not at one with schools.
Every time I go in one I feel...reminded of...
And I'm not at one with... Mm.
Not at one with your lines, either.
Let me bring up my tactical teacher spreadsheet.
You have a teacher's spreadsheet?
I mean, how could you mess it up? I did, it's unbelievable!
Dad used to think it was cute.
Why are you putting ketchup on a cracker?
-Are you sure?
-Look, it even has the thing.
Can I go from...something?
-It was! You was the one...
-That's so appalling!
Why's she talking to me like I'm not...
It's not "you was" it's "you were"!
-How am I raising you?!
I'll get Mike and Craig out of the way
and then we can get Miss Knope out of here.
DOOR HANDLE CLUNKS TO FLOOR
-Do you know what? I think I'm going to go for a walk.
Totally missed me.
I shall have to shatter it with the power of my mouth.
That didn't go as planned.
I'm just going to scout out over here.
-You know, just check it out a little.
-Yeah, whatever, Millie.
Couldn't you just stop giving me that attitude, please?
Here, I've got you these.
That didn't work.
-What are you doing...? Sorry.
I like "Operation Ouch!"
because I feel like I'm always learning new stuff.
We show you where blood comes from.
Apart from that - I prefer not to think about
where my blood is coming from. It just is.
My body just is. Blood magically appears.
I wake up every morning, I've still got blood.
My arms and legs somehow know and they just move.
Your eyes blink.
Usually, your eyes blink. Come on, don't get shy. There we go.
They just get on with it. Best not to think about it all, really.
Blood, where's it coming from? Same thing when you're on a plane,
best not to think about how it stays up, it just does.
Erm, so, blood.
It's one reason why I'd never be a doctor, and a pilot.
Every year, half a million people attend the accident
and emergency department because of sporting injuries.
Sporting injuries, ugh.
If I had an injury for every time I played sports, I would have...
I did do triple jump once. Three jumps is too many jumps.
I won't go into too much detail about the injury
but on the second jump I noticed my shoelace was undone.
First jump was lovely, that was, "He's jumped, lovely first jump.
"If he does two more this will be a lovely triple jump.
"Three jumps up there, that'll be lovely."
Second jump was just, "Oh, I'm on the floor."
Third jump, I'm asleep on the floor. I'm just laying now.
Dr Chris tries to help lots of people out on "Operation Ouch!"
by trying to give people answers to their medical mysteries.
What's the diagnosis, Doc?
Right, this sounds like a classic case of...
Whoa! Easy for you to say.
Just from that, it seems that maybe being a doctor isn't that hard,
if it's just making up long sentences.
"I've got a bruise on my arm, Doctor." "Ah, that's..."
"I mean, you're not helping me out, Dr Chris,
"you're just saying what I have and where I have it."
"What? That's just... That's too real, Dr Chris.
"The bruise will go, but will the humiliation?"
Yeah, you will probably have that for the rest of your life.
"OK, good, thank you."
One of my favourite shows this week has to be Eve.
I know she's just a robot but Eve's wide eyes
really remind me of someone.
Can't think who.
This week's episode got me thinking
how awesome it would be to have a robot friend.
They'd be a walking, talking fountain of knowledge.
They'd make you an expert on anything.
So, we've escaped. Now what?
If I was their robot friend, I would tell him, "Pay her a compliment."
Your castle is amazing.
Well, maybe Eve's told him to really charm Lily's mum.
Yeah, thanks, yes.
OK, then. So forget that, clearly Eve hasn't given any advice.
In this episode, we see that being a robot is actually pretty tough.
You mean we can actually go in the beautiful lake?
Erm, Eve, you can't canoe, can you?
Especially when someone turns off your survival protocol.
-Tell me you have not switched it off.
-It was a dare.
-I didn't think...
And is it just me or is Laurie's hatred of all technology
a really odd thing to be telling...
We find out that the whole of the episode,
Laurie and Mr Gwenlan are set out to destroy technology, AI and Eve!
No, no, turn around!
Don't listen to her, Eve. Look at me.
That way! You can do this, Eve.
OK, don't give up.
Just turn right back around and start again.
Phew! Well, that's what friends are for.
You know, this whole episode, I feel like blink and you'd miss it.
Speaking of which,
don't you think Eve would be amazing at a staring competition?
Oh, bring it on, Eve.
Yep, that hurts.
OK, Eve, you win.
Imagine if Lisa was a robot. Maybe she is!
But then again, maybe she isn't. Who knows? I don't!
Anyway, moving swiftly on,
let's find out what our furry friends have got to say.
Oh, doggy dreams. This is the life.
Hang on a minute, is that the sound of Hank Zipzer I can hear?
I can't miss this, he's opened it and I can hear Mr Rock!
Somebody wake me up!
Wake me up, I say!
We're just like Jamillah and Aladdin, aren't we?
-Why's that, then?
-Well, you're Jamillah and I'm Aladdin,
-and we're here on a flying carpet.
-Except we're not.
I'm Penguin and you're Pebble,
and we're not even moving on this striped cushion!
We're motionless, you dirty hamster!
Right, I've got the place to myself. What should I do?
I could pop a wash on, sort out that pile of logs down there,
do the dishes...
No, I'll just watch Katie
and Dodge chat a load of nonsense on CBBC instead.
They're a talkative bunch, them lot, and who knew they loved CBBC
so very, very much?
If you want to find out what your pets really think then just
record a 20-second clip of them watching CBBC
and send it in via the Whoops web page.
What are you thinking, pet?
Now, I trust that your heart has been well and truly warmed
but we've got just enough time to squeeze the very best bits
of this week's CBBC into one fine montage.
# When I was nine I wrote a letter to the BP centre
# Round the same time I wanted to be a BP presenter
# More than a bike, a football shirt or a phone
# I just wanted a BP badge of my own
# Now wait, I'll tell you straight, it was truly great
# On the 24th of Feb 1998
# To my delight and surprise, couldn't believe my eyes
# The postman brought me my blue and white prize
# Cos a letter to Blue Peter's not like any other package
# It's the key to making this TV show fully interactive
# So listen up cos here's the bit you really need to know
# When you write into Blue Peter
# You're a part of the show. #
Turn it on. Amazing, and then you just scan your key across the lock.
-Hear that? Now, watch this.
I'm off to the market.
Finish up quickly, you might catch the end of the procession.
Hello, Mum. You're back.
I've been thinking, my sweet...
It isn't every day that there's a grand procession, hmm?
-Go on, have fun.
-OK, thank you.
-I'll finish the chores as soon as I get back.
-Go, go, go.
-Go. Shoo, shoo, shoo!
# No, no, no
# Don't lose who you are
# In the blur of the stars
# Seeing is deceiving
# Dreaming is believing
# It's OK not to be OK
# Sometimes it's hard
# To follow your heart
# The tears don't mean I'm losing
# Everybody's bruising
# Just be true to who you are. #
ELECTRONIC FART SOUND EFFECT
By Jove, we've done it, and just in the nick of time.
But if you're still feeling a little chilly you can warm yourself
with CBBC iPlayer by catching up on anything you might have missed.
Wait, is that the end you're running? No! Wait, no, come back!
At least let me borrow a sledge!