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Crank up the volume, switch on your eyes,
set your brains to chill mode.
It's time for Whoops I Missed The Bus.
Let's get this party started.
We've got a chunk of this...
It's time to find out the score...
We've got a flavouring of this.
And we've got a little cherry on the top like this!
They give people a chance to make their dreams come true about a den.
But before all of that, I present to you,
the royal family of CBBC - kind of.
It's our resident vloggers, Laura and Miles.
Oh, wow. "royal family", I like it, I'll take that.
I'm not going to let it go to my head though, don't worry.
Charles, where's my dinner, please?
Charles is my butler.
Anyhow, let's get going.
Laura, the stage is set for you, my dear.
Kites, llama, action!
Taking The Next Step is a show where people audition to win a part
in The Next Step. What?!
How did I not know about this?
I could have turned up to auditions and pulled out my moves.
OK, that might not have got me through.
But winning a place on The Next Step? This is big!
Meeting all the dancers, learning all the dance moves
and having an inside look at all the drama.
All the drama!
Saying that, Taking The Next Step is quite dramatic too.
It's full of highs and lows.
It's a yes from me.
-It's a tough one because...
Go on, say yes!
Come up and get one of these.
-Ticket to Nationals.
-It's a no from me today.
-Alice, it's a no from me today.
Why didn't you say yes?!
# I'm only human
# And I'm crashing... #
Wow. She should definitely get through.
-It's a yes from me.
I enjoyed your performance too.
I'm going to say yes.
It's going to be a no from me today.
What? Judge John is definitely
the Simon Cowell of Taking The Next Step.
He's always so serious.
I guess I'm holding out now for something different.
And even when he tries to smile, this happens.
Look how tense it can get when John is making his mind up.
Every kid that comes through this door wants it.
I'll show you, in here.
I'll show you that I want it.
That's what an audition is. You have to show it right here, right now.
So tense! This is definitely as dramatic as The Next Step.
Is that John smiling again?
And I don't understand what Kimberly's saying.
No, not because of the accent, but because of things like this.
I love your level of movement. When it is real to you,
that's when it's yummy.
At the end of the episode, you find out who got in and who didn't.
But I'm not spoiling anything, in case you haven't seen it.
You have to see it!
It made me think of my audition tape for Whoops I Missed The Bus
before I really knew what vlogging was.
# I'm a vlogger, I'm a vlogger, I'm a vlogger. #
Oh, no. Laura, just... Just stop.
Laura, this is not what a vlogger does.
You're embarrassing yourself!
# Go, Laura! Go, Laura! #
So, three yeses from all of you?
Whoo! Time to celebrate!
Where are my ankle warmers?
That was A-troupe worthy.
And now it's your turn, 15-second superstars!
It's your time to shine!
I love Dumping Ground because of all the drama
and all the characters and I love Carmen because
she's always moody and she's just like me
and I just love CBBC!
On CBBC, my favourite programme is The Next Step.
On The Next Step, my favourite characters are Eldon, Michelle,
Riley and James. I love these characters because
they're amazing dancers and really inspire me
to do something awesome.
My favourite show is Lost And Found because there's always
drama at the end and it's really interesting
and I really wish that I went to Lost And Found Studios.
My favourite show is, personally, Dixi and The Dengineers.
Dixi is because it relates to real life, and Dengineers,
because they give people a chance to make their dreams come true
about a den.
CHEERING Wicked job, mini vloggers!
If you're inspired to dust off the camera
and get your chops vlogging, then record a 15-second clip
about your favourite CBBC show
and upload it to the Whoops web page.
Now, for something special. We got our hands on Sam and Mark
getting it wrong a bunch of times.
Three, two, one...
Press play, Nigel!
-They've not gone, Mark. There's a camera up there.
-I don't know. What are you looking at, Mark?
-Can you not see the camera?
-The camera right there?
We tossed a coin before the show.
The winner of that toin cossing game...
-coss! Toin coss!
Caroline, for a maximum of 50 pence...
I'm going to give you 50 pence.
Newsflash, Lily's team, all of you are taking part in this chollenge.
-You wouldn't believe we won two BAFTAs, would you?
I'm sure you want to know what's in store.
We know what it is. You at home knows what it's as...
HE MUTTERS GIBBERISH
Oh, my goodness me, what's happening?
Let's play Copycats!
He went the other way.
Oh, I forgot!
-I meant to go back that way.
-It's like we really don't get on.
-"See you later, Sam!"
What are we waiting for?
I think it's time to meet today's chums...
Good, good, good, good, good...
I'm so excited!
You are team captain. You have to select three people
to take on this Copycats challenge, but before you do dat,
you need to see what it is. So, let's take a look!
Let me do that again.
Right, Lena, as team captain, you now have to...
..after our final round and find out which of our teams
have earned their place in...
So, after Mime Time, do Poppy's team need a lift?
Or, are Leon's team tapping into that willing feeling?
I said willing.
In that willing feeling.
Makes no sense.
So, after Mime Time, do Poppy's team need a lift?
Or, are Leon's team tapping into that winning feeling?
It's time find out the scores...
Good, good, good, good, good.
Take this off!
Jamie Johnson, what's all that about?
Well, come with me and I will tell thee.
Come with me. Where are we going, Miles?
Nowhere. Just... I'm going to stay here.
I'm just going to talk at you for a bit.
Or maybe we could go outside.
Wasn't even a football, those.
Because Jamie Johnson is a very sports-themed show.
Sports. I know sports.
Sprouts...sprouts. I know it.
First days at school were tough.
You have to experience all the normal first-day things -
watching a ball kick a gate, there's dancing kids
and that first big sigh,
just so you know something big is about to begin.
Jamie's probably more nervous than others
about their first day at a new school,
because his previous school beat his new school at a game of football.
(Who do you support?)
(I don't follow football.)
-(You don't follow football?)
(Watching a group of spoiled, overpaid Neanderthals
(chasing a ball around is hardly my idea of entertainment.)
I kind of agree with that, but also just because I don't think
footballers score enough goals for scoring goals to be their job.
If there was, like, 80 goals per football match, I'd love it.
It'd be chaos.
Throw more balls in, have 12 balls.
Each player gets their own individual ball
and they're just all kicking it about.
It's just a race for who can reach the goal first.
It's chaos, but I'd be fun.
So I see you've opted for the sausages.
Why? Are they not good?
So long as you're happy eating 20% mechanically recovered meat.
It's a process that sucks it directly off the bone
before turning it into a slimy paste.
And don't even get me started on the other 80%.
This guys seems like he'd be fun at a party.
Jamie's new to the school.
You've already said you hated football
and now you're hating on sausages in front of him.
Football and sausages - two of the greatest things in this world,
if by football, you mean literally anything else,
and by sausages, you mean vegetarian sausages.
Oh, no, I'm him.
I have a severe allergy to all competitive sports.
And we have a severe allergy
to lads who prefer hanging around with girls.
Is that an insult? "We don't like you, you hang around with girls."
"Oh, no, I have friends, he's got me,
"my biggest weakness - friends!"
When Jamie plays his first proper game of football,
when he focuses, this happens.
'Come on, let's do this.'
That is very cool, all the brain, all the stuff.
I wonder what would happen if I focused.
What? Oh, nothing. What's happening?
Jamie Johnson. I'm liking it.
It's a fresh, new drama, like a fresh fruit and you have it
and you're like, "That's quite a nice fruit, but it's a TV show,
"and also, surprisingly, it's kind of made me want to go outside
"and do a bit of football."
That's not even a football. We can't even get a proper ball.
I'm just going to stay here, really.
TOOT! CREATURE SNARLS
Who'd have thought, eh? Our Cleo, 4,000 years dead.
Happy deathday, Cleo!
Of course, it's Cleo's birthday! Or, um...deathday, rather.
Looks like I won't be needing this, then.
It's a shame, I was told it really brought out my eyes.
By the way, Cleo, girl, you need to let me in on your beauty secrets.
You look amazing for 4,000, unlike some.
-Looking good, Vampire Boy.
Sorry, that was just the other me.
Or rather the actual me!
I can't help but wonder, is that how scary I look
when I wake up in the morning?
Of course not.
# I woke up like this
# I woke up like this! #
Speaking of waking up, it looks like Scream Street has gone to sleep.
Cleo, you have frozen time.
Which is pretty cool!
Do you think time's stopped everywhere in Scream Street?
I'm not sure what's weirder - the fact that time has frozen,
or the awkward positions people are frozen in.
Hmm, well, yes, thank you very much. I would like some cake. Mmm.
I actually don't know what's more awkward than being frozen
with a plate of cake in your hand.
Yeah, there is nothing more awkward than that.
Don't be scared, little one.
Actually, no, do be, it's more fun.
Oh, that's not quite the look I was going for.
-No, actually, I take it back - Luke's epic fail to turn into a wolf
is actually more awkward than holding a plate of cake.
I don't know, it's like Wolfblood gone wrong.
What's going on? Luke, please!
-And we need mummy bandage.
What is this? Matilda and The Ramsay Bunch take over Scream Street?
Here's the bill for the potion.
Quickly, I'll just freeze!
Then maybe she won't notice if you don't pay.
I could watch that again and again. What are you like?!
But wait, it's time for some pet-shaped LOLs!
These pets really are thinking out loud.
-It's time for...
-What Are You Thinking, Pet?
The CBBC Official Chart Show?
What about the CBBC Official Carrot Show?
Now, there's a programme I'd enjoy. Cel Spellman eating carrots!
Oh, Alfy will never spot me behind the arm of this sofa.
And I'll finally get to watch Cinemaniacs in peace.
Although I do actually miss him. Alfy, come and cuddle me!
And bring some snacks!
I can hear Cel Spellman's voice, but I can't see him.
Hear him, yes, can't see him.
So confused! Edie, what's going on?!
Have you moved the telly or is Cel Spellman hiding behind the sofa?
Evie! Look at Blue Peter!
It's a dog and a human and there's some sort of dancing dream team!
And I'm a dog and you're a human!
We could do this! Quickly, teach me to pirouette!
That was highly amusing
and probably very, very accurate,
but we need more!
Just film your pet watching CBBC
and upload it via
the Whoops web page.
We can tell you
what they be thinkin'.
What Are You Thinking, Pet?
Now, buckle up for a quick whizz around the best
of this week's telly.
It's the golden nuggets that everyone
and their nan loves to enjoy.
It's CBBC's best bits!
The world's tallest and longest tunnel slide
is opening in London tomorrow.
I'm going to be giving you all the facts you need to know
while I'm sliding down.
Well, it's goes round...12 times
and it's taller than...
the Statue of Liberty.
I'm going 15mph right now, but it feels so much faster!
That is enough, Hetty Feather. Back to your lesson.
Lady Asquith's butler would not tolerate this nonsense.
Now, it's time for my magic lantern show...
..the room needs to be a little darker...
Very good, very good. Now...
Cairo in Egypt.
Land of the Pharaohs.
These pyramids are almost 5,000 years old.
That's even older than Queen Victoria.
Egypt's a fascinating country.
It helped form so many civilisations -
the Greeks, the Babylonians, the Romans.
A magical place.
Get in there, yeah.
Ray almost seems to be trying to inhale
the entire doughnut in one go.
Yes, no finesse, no style, just sheer jaw strength.
Ray's doing his best to chomp that dough,
but it does not seem to be working.
He seems to be hoarding the doughnut in his cheeks,
like some kind of giant American hamster.
-You want to start chewing?
-If you're done, you're done.
-I think this is over.
Sadly, that's us done for another week,
but if you have some CBBC space in your belly,
don't forget to catch up on the CBBC iPlayer.
I'll have to chase down that bus.
No, wait, come back here!
I've just had me pass laminated!