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WHOOPS I MISSED THE BUS CBA Y042R/01 BRD000000
Listen up, passengers,
this is a high-speed, extremely entertaining journey,
which is not for the fainthearted.
Get those CBBC juices a-flowing
and prepare for Whoops I Missed The Bus.
What's going on here, then?
Argh! Argh! Wha-haa!
Ooh, I say, madam!
Vlad is very attractive and a great actor.
And who let that dog out?
HACKER PUFFS AND WHEEZES
They're the perfect pairing, and famous for all things CBBC.
No, not Dick and Dom.
Or Sam and Mark.
I'm referring to Laura and Myles!
The thing with CBBC is it's never-ending.
I watch something on the telly, then I catch up on iPlayer,
I join in on the website, I play the games,
and now I'm pressing a big, red button.
I can't stop.
There's loads to come.
But first, she's been sinking her teeth into brand-new Wolfblood,
and now she's ready to pounce.
It's Laura. HE HOWLS
The wait is over!
# I'm running with the wolves tonight... #
The brand-new series of Wolfblood is here. So you know what that means!
Let's enjoy the drama.
Now, the series kicks off with a slightly dramatic start.
And by slightly, I mean massively!
Call your mum!
But, thanks to Jana's super-wolf skills,
she manages to find a solution.
I mean, TJ helps too, sort of.
Yeah, no, he doesn't help much at all. But at least he tries.
So how comes you get Spidey-Sense, and I don't?
-Um, maybe if you'd stuck with my lessons?
I don't know about you, but when I watch this show,
I really, really want to be a wolfblood.
Hearing what people say through walls? What a skill!
You're going to make up an excuse and go,
or I'll call the police.
-'You really want the police here?'
'I-I've got nothing to hide.'
Whenever I've tried to hear what someone's saying through a wall,
not only doesn't it work, it also looks a bit weird.
What are you doing?
Er, this door smells so good!
And the way they have super smell sense, so cool!
They use it to track people down and solve crimes.
But, if I'm honest, I'd probably just use it to sniff out doughnuts.
SHE SNIFFS DEEPLY
SHE SIGHS HAPPILY
OK, I realise this looks a bit weird.
One thing I can say about the new series
is that it will be so exciting,
you'll be HOWLING mad not to like it.
See what I did there? Eh? Eh?
Let the howling commence!
Whoa, wait, an apple? Why is that in here?
I get the show - Myles, me.
Whose idea was it to add an apple?
In good, typical Wolfblood style, friends stick together
and help each other out.
Even if it does involve some high-speed chase scenes.
You two! Stop!
Oh, I'm tired just watching this.
Need energy, must eat.
So what I want to know is what new mysteries will Jana come across?
Will there be any twists?
And something that's been playing on my mind -
will someone please fix that room that Katrina has painted?!
What are you doing?
I'm going to stock up on popcorn for the next instalment.
But, in the meantime, I hope you think Wolfblood is FUR-tastic.
I'll stick to howling.
If you thought that was good,
wait till you see these 15-second fans in action.
Over to you, cockle.
The Next Step, because there's loads of drama going on,
loads of love triangles, they're amazing, it's so dramatic.
You've got sick dancing, doing backflips,
West doing some next-level moves.
-It's just amazing. Best show ever!
I love The Next Step, the Official Chart Show and The Dumping Ground.
I love The Dumping Ground cos there's always lots of drama
and it never fails you. I love The Next Step cos I love dancing.
And I love the Official Chart Show cos I just love music.
My favourite show on CBBC is All Over The Place, because that...
I like it when they take people from CBBC all over the world
and ask them questions, and it's really funny.
Brilliant! Onto the next one.
We like Young Dracula because...
Vlad is very attractive and a great actor.
And the ending was, like, really, really emotional.
Like, so emotional.
And if you think you've got the gift of the gab,
just record a vlog yourself, talking about your favourite CBBC show,
and upload it to the Whoops webpage. Oh!
Right, want to see something Officially Amazing?
How about a walking, talking dog taking part in a blinking contest
with television's Benjamin Shires?
Blink and you'll miss it!
Ha-ha! Hi! It's me, Dodge T Dog,
on the set of the brand-new series of Officially Amazing!
MUSIC: Firestarter by The Prodigy
Today, they're trying to make three world records.
Ha! That is easy! Watch this.
HE PUFFS AND WHEEZES
Bah! Must be broken!
In, out, don't shake it about.
Let's try it out.
Oh, it's not so easy when you haven't got any thumbs!
If you think I'm going to try popping one of those
over this barnet, you've got another thing coming, mate! Pah!
I think I'll leave it to that lot.
-Here we go.
These challenges are way too hard! Let's see how they get on with...
It's a staring competition!
The rules are simple.
...until there is one winner.
Ready? Let's go.
Oh, Al's out.
Now Ray's out.
Oh, Steve as well.
Oh, not you too, Mr Cherry!
Ben, you're out!
Come on, Haruka.
Yay! I did it! I did it! Woohoo!
Oh, yeah. I will not blink.
-Game over now, yeah?
-You're not going to fool me. Don't leave.
-No. Well, we'll leave you to it.
-Until you blink.
-Ow! Stay! Mr Cherry!
Mr Cherry, don't leave me!
Mr Cherry, don't leave me!
-My eyes hurt.
What happens when you take All Over The Place,
but take the travelling aspect out of it
and instead pop in the aspect of just trying to get cool jobs?
I can answer that question.
You get All Over The Workplace.
We're about to meet two rookies who are dead keen
to launch their careers into space.
Well, I'd really love to be an astrophysicist,
cos space is so mysterious. And there's so many mysteries to solve.
One of the episodes revolves round trying to get jobs in space.
But in... Not IN space.
CBBC isn't just putting people into rockets and just sending them off.
"See you later!"
Catch up on iPlayer.
"Hello, Moon, I just got sent all over the place by CBBC."
-"Don't you mean All Over The Workplace?"
"Yeah, no, All Over The Workplace has sent me all over the place.
"Well, surely it's All Over The WorkSPACE, then.
"They sent you All Over The WorkSPACE."
"No, you've got this all wrong, Moon."
Hi, I'm Leon,
and I want to be an astronaut.
Well, I want to become an astronaut
because I'm passionate about space,
and also because there are dangers
in space, and I like to face
a little challenge.
I do admire Leon's passion for space.
But when he says "dangers in space", does he mean aliens?
And when he says he likes to face little challenges,
does he mean aliens again but just, like, little aliens?
If he likes to face little challenges -
"Hello, we prefer to just be called aliens" -
then, you know, he's much braver than me.
I do love space, though,
so I think I'd love to get a job out of this episode.
They've already filmed it, so it's too late.
And how hard can working on something space-related be?
You know, it's not rocket science.
Unless it's... Unless you...
Unless your job is doing science on rockets,
then it IS rocket science.
I don't know what I'm saying. Look at the moon. Hello.
Our solar system is made up of eight planets that orbit our sun.
Mercury is closest to sun -
Venus is next, then it's Earth.
Our neighbour is the Red Planet, Mars.
When they mention that our neighbour is Mars,
it makes...it just makes the universe sound a lot smaller -
which is good, I think.
Like, our next-door neighbour is just a massive big red old...
"Oh, hello, I'm Mars."
I wonder if Mars like us as neighbours...
Or if they just get annoyed.
"Hello, Earth, can you...
"Yeah, can you turn the music down, please?
"You're being a bit loud."
"It's not music, Mars.
"That is 7 billion people all talking and walking.
"We cannot control it."
"I'm moving out."
Now, after All Over The Workplace, I'm looking forward to watching
All Over The Plate, it's a cooking show.
All Over The...Gate.
It's just Ed Petrie jumping over a gate for 30 minutes.
And also - Oh, Wow, Have You Seen That Horse's Face?
I haven't decided what I want that show to be yet,
but I know it'll involve a horse and Ed Petrie again.
Amelia, are you ready to vlog?
Yeah, I'm ready.
So, this week we've been...
-You've got something in your hair.
It's Sam And Mark's Big Friday Wind-Up.
You know what? I really enjoy this show.
Yeah, me too - they start the show really brilliantly, don't they?
-Welcome to the weekend!
-# ..you and me
# And we'll always be together... #
# You and me always... #
I am now pumped and ready - woohoo!
You know, this week there was someone
-we had something in common with.
Would you rather have no toes or eyes for kneecaps?
I would rather have eyes for kneecaps,
because at the moment, I've hurt my knee,
and, like, I'd have to close my eyes, so...
I could go to sleep.
Yeah - Connie makes blogs, we make blogs -
we're practically the same persons.
Persons... People? Person...
That's not the only thing we have in common, though.
A huge fear of bananas.
I hate bananas, too. Thank you, Connie - I am not the only...
Now, one of my favourite bits of Friday's Big Wind-Up
is the bit with embarrassing parents.
Now, this bit is entertaining -
especially the mum with her bad singing.
TUNELESSLY: # Hello from the other side... #
But my favourite was Miles' dad, who is a frustrated performer.
At least our dad isn't like that!
That's because you're the embarrassing one
in our family, Amelia.
So, that was Sam and Mark's Big Friday Wind-up -
You have a spider in your hair.
They're double the trouble, them two. I can't keep up!
But they're not the only ones banging on about CBBC this week.
Your pets have been at it, too!
It's time for...
Oh, he's hopeless, this Danger Mouse.
I could do a far better job of saving the world.
Danger Hamster! Yes, that's right, zoom in, Angelina, yes.
Anyway, I'd best get back to my English literature
and Shakespeare books.
Heh, heh, got an exam to pass in the morning, what?
Now, Scarlett, you might think I'm enjoying my dinner,
but I'm really concocting my dream den for the Dengineers to build.
I'm thinking blue velvet curtains, a massage area
and a luxurious litter tray -
and a private space where you're not filming me all the time!
I love watching The Dumping Ground on this big TV.
I know! It's so high def, it's like they're in the room with you!
Whoa! Jody's touching me - I didn't realise we had a 3D telly!
Anna, get help!
There's a lady with yellow hair trapped in this box
in our living room - and now there's another lady,
and she's in here, and she's singing!
Oh, it's actually quite pleasant.
Oh, I think I'm mesmerised.
You'd think they'd be busy
chasing their tails or summat, wouldn't you?
And if you want to know
what your pet is thinking,
just record 'em watching the telly
and send it in to us
via the Whoops web page.
'What you thinking, pet?'
Worried you've missed all the best bits from this week's CBBC?
Well, there's no need - because we've got them
all here for you in this epic montage.
HE CHUCKLES Roll, the tape, will you, Kevin?
My arm won't pull the plug.
Am I malfunctioning?
It's not a malfunction.
It's just difficult when you have mixed feelings.
Now you're malfunctioning, too.
The water feels so much calmer than yesterday,
and, for the very first time,
I start to cover some distance on the sea.
Lindsey, that's great -
you're actually controlling the steerage now.
I'm now able to use my power to keep myself facing
in the same direction -
and I'm moving at an OK speed.
Doing good, Lindsey! Best run yet!
But there's a big problem -
I am utterly exhausted.
My arms are burning and my knee is hurting again,
and whilst I've done better than on day one, it's not enough.
On a scale of 1 to 17, how much do you like Wolfblood?
Can you give us any sneaky gossip about what's coming up
-for your character?
Well, obviously the three Ks do eventually get back together...
So, there's a little bit for you.
That's an actual exclusive, I love it!
That's it, we are done - kaput, finito.
But don't forget, you can relive it all again
and catch up on everything via the CBBC iPlayer.
Right, where's me ticket?
Oh, come on - again?!