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Giddy up, cowboys! We're about to have
a rootin'-tootin' adventure to CBBC Townsville
where the telly box never sleeps and the milkshakes are on me!
It's Whoops I Missed The Bus! 15-second fans take over the TV.
-We love the next step and we can't wait
for the new episode to come out!
Eh-up! Is that a moaning moggy?
They wouldn't get away with it in my day!
It would've been a stern telling off!
And Myles is doing...this?
I span on a chair, I played some guitar,
I looked in the mirror, I went back to bed.
Quick! Take your finger out of your nose
and get the TV up full volume cos our vloggers are here
to fill your brains with even more CBBC gossip!
Tee Cee, when was the last time you went outside?
It was 1985, Children's BBC was launching and I'm proud to admit
that since that day I've never missed an episode of Arthur.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It's...
Well, it's Laura from Whoops I Missed The Bus.
Look at her nice human-shaped face. Aw.
It's all kicking off this week in The Next Step. Wow! Cue the intro!
# We, we are going to show the world... #
# Everything we're made of
# We're going to tell the... #
OK, there's no way I can even attempt Skylar's back flip.
But is it as good as my scuba?
This week, it's all a bit doom-and-gloom
as Riley's really upset
about the studio not getting through to Regionals
so, in true Next Step form, she expresses herself through dance.
That was... That was meant to be a dance.
DANCE MUSIC PLAYS
I love expressing myself through dance.
Like that time I lost my best pen.
# Ah-a-ah-a-ah! #
Every time Whoops I Missed The Bus is on TV.
And that time I actually missed the bus.
# Ah... #
And whilst Riley is dancing her disappointment away,
Skylar is concocting a little plan. Hmm. What are you up to, Skylar?
I need to convince everyone that with Riley as our leader
we'll never make it to Regionals.
And how exactly are you going to do that?
Have you noticed that Riley is always in her office?
-She never even comes out to see us.
-Oh! That is not true!
Riley has been left I charge of the whole studio after Miss Kate
vanished off to England.
Plus, she comes out of her office all the time like...
Right, OK, she's in her office there but what about...
ANSWER MACHINE: 'You have one unheard message.'
OK, still in her office there.
I'm not really proving my point very well, here...
Noah messed up the big lift on stage and even before then
he was marking through all the rehearsals.
That doesn't sound like Noah. There's something fishy there.
-So, you think I should talk to him?
-Talk to him?
Riley, I mean, you probably should have noticed, he has wrecked his
back, is lying on the floor and is throwing frozen peas around.
It's OK, Noah, you did it with style.
Last time I bumped my head, I didn't realise the peas
weren't supposed to be loose.
Cold, cold, cold, cold.
DANCE MUSIC PLAYS
Noah! Stop doing that move. You've hurt your back.
But good news, Giley is still going strong.
-I love you.
-Love you, too.
And it looks like Amanda and Noah are soon going to become Nomanda!
Noamanda? Amoah? Hmm.
All of this confusion is making me want to
express myself through dance.
No, wait, that's my dance for when I miss the bus. Or is it?
All of this is giving me a headache.
Time for some frozen peas to the head.
Oh... Got to keep them IN the packet. I forget every time.
A five-star performance from Miss Laura. A-Troupe would be proud.
Wait a minute. Can you hear that, too?
It's the sound of 15-second fans preparing to vlog their hearts out,
and we've got front-row seats!
Budge up! Hand us the popcorn, will you?
BOTH: Hey, guys!
We just wanted to say we love The Next Step and we can't wait
for the new episode to come out.
My favourite character is Riley and West.
-My favourite character is Michelle and West.
My name's Isobel and my favourite shows are Operation Ouch!
and Horrible Histories because they're funny
and you learn new things.
I'm Awel and my ultimate favourite TV programme on CBBC
is Taking The Next Step because it gives me top tips on my dancing...
-Whoop, whoop! Whoop, whoop!
-Oh, nice one.
My favourite show is The Dumping Ground and my favourite character
is Liam because he caused a lot of mischief and he's very cool.
That was vlog-tastic and if you want to share what you love about
CBBC why not send us your very own 15-second mini-blog
through the Whoops web page. It's very easy, I tell thee.
From the dawn of time, man has evolved from a simple
ape-like creature to the clever, creative beings that we are today!
There are a select few however who followed a different path.
This is the evolution of Dick and Dom.
Dick and Dom's CBBC journey started a long time ago.
Dick, or should I say Richard, joined in summer 1996 presenting
the bits between the shows usually dressed as a giant ladybird.
Kirsten said would be her today!
Dom wasn't far behind making his debut that Christmas as one
of the hosts of the Friday Zone.
I used to play the cornet,
but I used to get ice cream stuck up my nose!
It was a live entertainment show where they did stuff like...
Well, squeeze jellies through colanders. Weird.
The pair first teamed up when Dom joined Dick in the CBBC Studio
-at Easter 1997.
-Oh, hello there!
Over the next couple of years, they worked together
and even lived together whilst getting up to stuff like this.
The boys became a full-time double act in 2001
and their first project, Bring It On,
saw them given a week to learn a new skill like being a cowboy...
..become stand-up comedians...
Sometimes we even find ourselves finishing each other's...
-..and become pop stars.
BOTH: But we can't sing!
With just a few arguments.
You should've done what we did in the last rehearsal!
Which was to go in a single file.
I've just told the guy and he said that's what they'd be doing.
-What we just did.
-Oh! Calm down, boys!
Now known as Dick and Dom, the boys returned to present the bits
between the shows and were given a big new weekend job.
Dick & Dom In Da Bungalow was live...
-Oh, oh, shut up!
and rather random.
Da Bungalow entertained millions and won two Baftas...
..before closing its doors
and getting well and truly stamped on in 2006.
But the hits carried on coming thick and fast.
There was the Legend Of Dick And Dom, Dick And Dom Go Wild,
Funny Business, Splatalot, Blue Peter - You Decide,
Hoopla!, and Diddy Movies.
And, of course, you can still see them on CBBC all the time
in their top-drawer shows Diddy TV and Absolute Genius.
In fact, a new series starts next week, cockers!
So, keep it CBBC.
-A very nice bit of TV.
-Thank you very much.
This week on The Dumping Ground was all about skills,
aspirations and perseverance.
Even Duncan Ballantyne from Dragons' Den popped in
to inspire Bailey and Mo.
Anything that's worth winning is worth fighting for.
So, it got me thinking.
Ever thought about what you want to be when you grow up?
I thought about loads of different things when I was a kid.
I mean, at first, I wanted to be a teacher because I thought
it'd be pretty cool to boss everyone around.
Now, you sit there and think about what you've done, young man!
Then I thought about being a doctor, but the sight of blood makes me...
Then I had this bright idea to become a vet,
only to realise that I actually prefer cats to dogs,
unlike Bailey, who's running a business full of them.
Now, walking 10,000 dogs at a time - that's skill right there.
Much like this.
I got it from school. It's a PSHE project.
Whenever it needs feeding or changing or burping,
I have to use this wrist band.
Anything I do wrong gets recorded.
It's a great way for people to see how hard it is to be a parent.
It's not all fun and games, you know.
Give up, Corey, mate.
I just don't know what else I can do.
You've only had it for three days and you're already giving up.
-How rubbish are you?
-Yeah, well, maybe I'm just like my mum.
-She was pretty rubbish, too.
-Then you should be a top mum.
And not make the same mistakes she did.
Bailey's right, Jody. You can't just give up at the first hurdle.
In fact, this episode of The Dumping Ground has got me feeling a
little inspired to try it first-hand for a day, so without further ado.
Just like Jody found out,
you need to look after a pretend baby like you would a real one.
Maybe Anna's just hungry.
Or maybe not. How's about a nice lullaby to put you to sleep?
# Whoops, I missed the bus, dah
# Whoops, I missed the bus, doo
# Whoops, I missed the... #
Look, look, look, I'm sorry. N-N-No!
OK, I know this will definitely work.
Hashtag nailed it!
Just for the record, Jodes. You're right. You'll be an amazing mum.
You can be anything you want to be.
Yes! You can be anything you want to be.
This is what we love about The Dumping Ground, showing us that with
patience, persistence, and a bit of encouragement from your friends,
the world is your oyster.
Go forth and become that vet.
No, I still prefer cats, thanks.
'Previously on Ice Stars...'
It's only really TV shows that have those "previously" bits, isn't it?
Like, if human's days, each time we woke up,
we got a reminder of previously, I wonder if we'd be happier.
Previously... I span on a chair, I played some guitar,
I looked in the mirror, I went back to bed.
Let's just see what's happening on Ice Stars instead.
Because I'm not sure exactly what's happening here.
'Welcome to a new season and a whole lot of new drama.'
Were they just putting the ice down?
I thought they just put the hose pipe on the rink and sort of
turned it on so the water came out and they just waited
for it to freeze. Anyway, it's a new series of Ice Stars.
Let's see what's going to happen.
It's a new season. We don't know what's going to happen.
None of us know.
None of us know what's going to happen, really.
Maybe some ice skating. Fingers crossed.
Point your toes, Ellie.
You're moving too fast at the start. Don't push. That blue line.
You don't really cross that one ever, do you?
But you do cross that one on the left. Your lift is concerning me.
They've just put all the criticisms in that section.
"Don't push, point your toes, you're skating too fast,
"don't skate over the line!"
It may seem very stressful, but in a way I'm used to this cos of
what you don't see in these finished things.
-Bigger smile. Show me the teeth.
-Give me the energy!
-No, I don't like it.
I can't always take the heat. I'd be rubbish at ice skating. I'd melt...
I'd melt it all.
I think they're struggling to get a lift in because it's
a smaller rink, so they're just trying to run through the lifts
that they know to see which one they can get in, that's going to fit.
So after all of that, there is a performance that they've got to nail
and the dance is meant to be very gentle and relaxed, but I'm watching
it and the whole time, I know that there's a big lift on its way.
# Is this the place that I've been... #
# ..dreaming of? #
Oh, it's happening.
Oh, it's going to happen.
# I'm getting old and I need something to rely on
# And if you have a minute
# Why don't we go... #
Well, they did it. That was really nice. That was beautiful.
-Make it more emotional.
I can't believe how beautiful that was. So beautiful.
No, I don't like it. Made it weird.
Give yourself an almighty high-five. Top work.
But now, you'll never guess what.
I've only gone and discovered a top secret formula to get our
That's right. It's time for...
Oh, it's my absolute favourite. What'll happen next?
Will they get back home? Oh, I can't wait any longer!
I'm off to watch the next episode on the iPlayer. Me back!
Good job I do yoga.
Oh, hello, Ella. Erm...
I know I'm not supposed to sit on the couch but it was calling
to me, like...
"Oh, Duke, Duke, look at this comfy space on the couch waiting
"for you to sit on or summat.
"Come up here and watch So Awkward."
So, it's not my fault, it's not my fault, so stop blaming us!
Hank Zipzer, the world's greatest underachiever, eh?
Well, he wouldn't get away with it in my day.
It would have been a stern telling off.
50 lines on the chalkboard and a detention
from the scariest teacher with the stinkiest coffee breath.
That's it, Michelle! Dance with your whole body!
Engage those eyebrows and plie. Very good.
I only wish my students at Miss Caramel's Dance School for the
Furry and Four-Legged would embody the choreography like A-Troupe does.
But they don't.
Wondering why your pet isn't on the telly? Me too!
Record a short clip of your animal chum catching up on CBBC and
get it sent to us through the Whoops web page.
Paw-some! Do you get it?
Ladies, gentlefolk, allow me to introduce our next slice of
entertainment for your viewing pleasure.
Quick-witted, speedy and amazing, if I do say so myself.
It's all the very best bits from CBBC this week. Action!
No, you really have to squirt it.
You, yeah you!
Clean up this mess!
What's happened? Do we have to call someone because it's...?
Starting in London, the disease will spread to the whole planet
unless you make me the ruler of the world!
-Are you all right, Chief?
I've trained my body in the microscopic martial art of
I'm immune to a-ah-ah-achoo!
Wah! Professor... Do something!
I'm sorry. Greenback has the only antidote.
At least we're unaffected, eh, Primrose?
There's still time to get that antidote.
Have I got something on my face?
-Oh, Lauren, you know what I love?
-Can we have a sneak peak of Ice Stars?
We can have a sneak peak. Have a look at this. Have a look, Hacks.
With such an important performance tonight,
Jellie wastes no time heading to the rink to see if there's enough
space for their lifts.
Wow! That looks great! I can't wait to watch that!
Why you holding me anyway? Get off.
Daft, that. You never held me before. For years I've been here.
Sadly, our journey has screeched to a halt,
but you can catch up with all this and more over on the CBBC iPlayer.
Now, the law of averages suggests that today is the day that I
finally catch the bus. Wait a minute.
I didn't subtract the 12 or carry the one. Which means... Oh, no.