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What's up, dudes?
Sit up straight and keep your eyes peeled
because it's time for Whoops, I Missed The Bus
and we're dishing up a double-decker load of CBBC for you.
What's going on here, then?
Wait, can I get breakfast?
Although I already had three hash browns.
A bit of Tee Cee is doing something!
And the voice said...
-'Get on with it, Tee Cee!'
And whose lovely visage is this?
It just gets me entertained and it's really good.
Here with their own brand of opinionated nonsense
are CBBC's shiniest faces. Someone get them a cloth.
It's our very own vloggers, Myles and Laura.
It's a CBBC party and you're the guest of honour!
Oh, and can you bring the cake, please,
because I forgot to go shopping?
What do you get if you cross CBBC's biggest fan
with a case of the funnies, a bear and a pair of glasses?
It's only Myles, by Jove!
Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch is back
and once again, it's all about cooking and...
As soon as we touch down, we're dropping off the luggage,
hitting the beach and trying to outdo each other.
And not cooking? It is a cooking show, though. Matilda cooks a lot.
She can't just be always having fun on the beach.
When am I going to learn how to cook?
My nan always tells me that cooking is a great skill to have,
being able to create something from scratch. She says it's priceless.
But you know what isn't priceless?
There's 100 to the person that's first in the sea.
Going into the sea, apparently. 100 dollars for that.
100 dollars for a quick swim.
I mean, I'd do that. I'm not complaining.
Please let me do it. That's LA for you. What's next? A dog...
A dog... Dogs on surfboards?
That's not a shark, it's a surfboarding dog.
That's a dog on a surfboard. How do you get a dog to surf?
How do you just...? "Stand on there and surf." "But I'm a dog."
How do you know if a dog wants to surf. Did you just sense it?
"He's getting his surf on. Look at him." If not, just pay it 100.
He'll want to surf. What if even that doesn't work?
"Please don't make me surf. I'm a dog.
"I just want to learn how to cook
"a recipe with a secret spice mix, please.
"You're making me surf again, aren't you? Rrr! I'm a dog."
Fried chicken with my secret spice mix.
I think the guys are going to love this.
OK, good, we're getting into the cooking, I like it, I can smell it.
Something's cooking in the kitchen. It's Matilda, she's in the kitchen.
She's not at the beach any more. She's cooking up a dish.
And Matilda's a great cook, but I don't think I trust anything
with the word "secret" in the recipe,
however good of a cook you are.
If you say, "Oh, it's a secret recipe."
Please can you just tell me?
"Sh-sh! It's a secret." So whilst Tilly is off working hard
and cooking some great meals,
the rest of the family's also doing some cool things like...
Sophie on the Ferris wheel. It's a high-rise must.
Taking photos? OK.
It's just like a regular family holiday
with a bit of cooking thrown in.
If it was just a show about, like, any other family, just mine,
like, it would be a little less exciting. It would just be us
at the dinner table and then we're not at the dinner table
because we've finished dinner and then we're watching TV
and then someone asks, "Shall we watch a film?"
And then there's not much of an enthusiastic response
and then we all kind of go off into our own individual rooms
and that's then when we take selfies and there's a dog on a surfboard.
Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch always leaves me feeling a bit hungry.
And that's because I am a fan... I am a fan of cooking shows,
I like seeing something made,
but I think the reason this is slightly better
than other cooking shows is because other cooking shows
don't have boyfriend chats.
Banana split is a dessert that you'll see on menus that you share.
-So, it's normally for two people,
so maybe one day when you're in a restaurant
and you're with somebody, you're going to share...
-No, that was...
All right, Dad, stop trying to embarrass her,
literally, everyone is watching on TV.
There's no time for boyfriends anyway,
Matilda's got to cook her great recipes...
or go to the beach and have a swim. There is 100 on the line, so...
Champion job, my long-haired friend.
But now I hand the vlogging baton over to you, show us
what you're made of, 15 Second Fans.
My favourite show is The Next Step and Just Kidding.
I love The Next Step because I do freestyle dancing
and I love the way they dance, too, and I love Just Kidding because
it's very funny and it just gets me entertained and it's really good.
My favourite CBBC TV show is The Dengineers.
I love it when they go round people's houses and build dens.
-It's really fun to watch.
I love The Next Step because I love dancing
and that's where I get all my moves from.
I just never used to dance without The Next Step.
Want me to show you one?
I love, love, love, love, love, love The Dumping Ground
because you never know what's going to happen next and you never know
if Sasha's going to do something naughty, so I love it.
That was fan-tastic! Did you see what I... Yeah.
If you have something to say about your favourite CBBC show,
why not record your own 15-second mini vlog and send it in to us
via the Whoops web page?
You could be on the telly.
Now, get ready, because I've found the lost entrance
into a behind-the-scenes exclusive look at...
Yeah, Lost & Found.
I've had to do a lot of different scenes on Lost & Found,
but, for me, the most difficult are my emotional scenes.
It's pretty difficult at first, just to get into that mind-set,
because I'm always in such a good mood on set, cos, like, hair
and make-up's really fun and there's food.
Wait, can I get breakfast?
Although I already had three hash browns.
But after that,
you have to just kind of put yourself in the character's shoes,
so I'll normally find a quiet place on set
and really try to feel what she's feeling
because she has a lot going on and once I get that,
I can just keep going and as long as I don't get distracted
in between takes, it works out pretty well.
A really difficult thing for me in the show is,
um, my character is a little bit more timid than me.
She's a little bit more shy, whereas I'm a little bit more sassy
and I'm a little bit more talkative.
OK, back here, I'm digging your cam.
-I just don't know what to do.
-Ask Leia for an invitation.
But what if she says no?
She's still kind of in that shell, so it's difficult for me.
Once you're there emotionally, the scene takes over
and you don't have to worry about a thing.
You just go in, know what you're doing, know how you're feeling
and when you know how you feel,
it manifests in the way that it's portrayed,
but when you get there, there's the cast, the camera people,
there's the directors and everybody's saying,
"OK, get in your place, and back to one."
Camera. And action.
# Hmm-hmm-hmm! #
All these things are going through your head,
but you have to stay focused on what your goal is and what
your objective is in the scene and once you do that, the magic happens.
Oh, what's the time? Could it be four o'clock. I'm mean, it's not
four o'clock, but let's pretend so this fits in with the vlog,
because I've been watching The 5 O'Clock Club, 4 O'Clock, 4.
# The time is now four o'clock... #
And in this episode, it's Valentine's Day
and I'm certain that Nero and Clem will finally get together.
They definitely will.
I mean, these two are worse than James and Riley,
but this episode is the one.
I can feel it in my bones.
Don't stress. You're definitely getting a Valentine's card.
-I told you, I don't care.
-Not even if it's from Nero?
He well fancies you.
It's OK, Clem, you don't need to get a card on Valentine's Day to be
happy, you could give one instead, or write a Valentine's song.
# Do-do-do Will you be my Valentine?
# Do-do, do-do, you make me feel like I'm on cloud nine
# Do-do, do-do... # What rhymes with Valentine?
And an even better idea, a Valentine's mime.
FRENCH ACCORDION MUSIC PLAYS
-What's my reaction if he does?
Do I even know what I want?
My feelings, all mixed up
Like a bittersweet cake mixed, just
Tangled like rope Is there any hope?
'Course I like him How much, though?
It seems like the Valentine's mail delivery has got a bit too much.
I need a break.
Well, of course it's too much, it's a terrible idea,
it's the worst idea in the history of bad ideas ever.
Those people who do receive a card, how will they know who gave it to them?
How do the people giving a card know it's gone to the right people?
And the most important question of all, what do the people do who don't get any cards?
All of those questions go away when the cards get burned. What?
-We're in real trouble now
We were too cocky, pretending to help Bell
We shoulda played hockey with Ingrid using a stick
Like a guillotine
Be better than seeing those cards burnt to smithereens.
I don't know what's more awkward than that. Yes, I do.
Dexter talking to Lizzie. Come on, Dexter.
And I thought, maybe, to show you how I feel, I, um...
-Hey, Dexter. Are you still OK giving me a hand setting up?
Uh, yeah, sure.
-Lizzie, you remember Emily.
-Yes. Yes, I do.
At least things can't get any worse.
Actually, I think I am handcuffed to the table.
I'll go get the keys.
He can't get himself into any more trouble.
I hope you don't mind, but I bought you a small token...
Wow. There's a lot of embarrassment in this episode, isn't there?
Are you sorry?
Or are you...secretly pleased?
Why would I be pleased?
Oh, come, come, let's not play games.
I know it was you that sent this card.
No, she didn't. This confusion is too much.
I'm going to work on my Valentine's Day ideas that don't involve cards.
Cover your ears if you've not seen it because here is a spoiler alert.
Clem and Nero didn't get together.
I guess I'll put my wedding outfit back in the wardrobe.
Now back to my song. What rhymes with Valentine? Shmalentine.
Quick, quick, quick, you'll miss the best part. You too, Winston.
-Welcome to Copycats where, unlike school,
we actively encourage copying
-the work of the person next to you.
-We do indeed.
Told you. Not that I would encourage copying anyone.
It's so rude.
Mum might be listening. But let's face it, copying is fun.
Don't you judge me. Sam and Mark said it first.
I don't know about you but after watching this show,
I discovered my creative genius.
It's as if the very skies opened,
the sun shined its glorious light down on me, and a voice said...
-Get on with it, Tee Cee.
Sorry, but who couldn't help feeling arty after seeing this?
Wrong clip. What is this?
Mix-up with the clips? I meant this.
You have got ten seconds.
Ready, steady, draw.
Draw binoculars in ten seconds. No problem. I can do that.
Pen at the ready.
I call this "Binoculars with a twist."
You don't get any points but give them a round of applause anyway.
One of my favourite things about watching Copycats is watching it
with the sound off and trying to work out what they're doing.
Give it a go. It's so much fun.
Hitting the ball. Hitting ball into an imaginary space.
Tennis. Ping-pong. Er...
Hitting a ball?
So, Copycats - highly recommended.
And talking about copying stuff,
# C-B-B-C. #
Now, copy that, Sam and Mark.
High-five yourself, Tee Cee, that was super.
But, now, put your paws in the air if you're covered in hair
and you just don't care.
It's your pets' time to shine.
What are you thinking, pet?
If I sit right here, I reckon I can blend into the TV stand
and watch Dragons: Defenders of Berk in peace.
Uh-oh. Did I tidy up that catnip I spilt earlier?
I've been rumbled, haven't I?
Nia, has it started yet? Oh, I'm stuck in my shell again.
Oh, no, I think I can hear Barney and Lindsey.
Why me? Why me? I'm so embarrassed.
I hope no-one is filming this.
Oh, that was fun, I do love All Over The Place: Europe.
Right, I'm peckish, how do I get down from here?
Well, this is higher than I thought. Have I been up here the whole time?
Somebody help me get down, please.
Kian! Mum! Anyone!
What's going on now? I'll never understand modern technology.
Edith, I think my telly is broken. It's frozen or something.
Edith, can you hear me? Never mind. I'll finish it myself.
Where's me spanner?
Do you want to know your pet's real thoughts?
Well, just record a clip of them watching a CBBC show that gets
their tail wagging and send it in to us via the Whoops web page.
What are you thinking, pet?
Now, set your faces to fun because you are about to be
hit by an extreme mashup of all the best bits from CBBC this week.
Ready, steady, play.
MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE THEME TUNE PLAYS
# Hold on, I said, there's people, they see me
# They brought me light
# Cos I'm the man, I said so
# Insecurities, you've got to really let go
# OK, head to the top Do it right
# Through the darkness Who will you fight?
# Cos I can't see through the light I don't understand
# You have to shine bright... #
Here we are in the dressing room.
This is where everyone gets dressed for the match.
Let's have a nosy about, Cocker.
That's not mine. That is not mine. That's not mine. But, wait!
That's mine, oooh...
-Karim, it is right about now.
-Oh, no, it is not me.
-This is happening live.
-Karim is ageing, it says.
That's not very fair to yourself, is it? Sparticles is so good...
I think Karim was trying to comment about himself
and write, "Karim is amazing, Sparticles is so good."
-But that little comma got in the way, didn't it?
-That is perfect. That is what live TV is all about.
That's your lot for now. I hope you've had a lovely time with me.
If you missed anything at all, you can catch it on the CBBC iPlayer.
In the meanwhiles, I shall begin my long walk home in the rain
because as you can see, there goes the bus again.
Why does this always happen to me?