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This week our boss told me to keep my jokes less cheesy.
She said that she camembert it.
HE LAUGHS Yeah, no, that was awful.
Tee Cee, help me out.
Good morning, whoopsters.
Today we're doing this.
# La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la
# La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la. #
OK, I meant this.
Oh, no, she didn't.
Oh, yes, I did.
Now, you might be thinking why on earth is Tee Cee giving me
a survival guide for Dockbridge High - AKA Class Dismissed?
Because it's not your ordinary everyday school.
I mean, have you seen some of the teachers?
Won't that be fun?
So, the first tip for surviving a day at DH...
See what I just did there? Abbreviations and that.
..is to bring some spare clothes.
Yes! I've always wanted to wear my pyjamas to school.
-Stamp your feet like this.
It's just I'm not sure this is going to help in the exam.
You're right, Todd.
It's not going to help you in your exam at all,
but it will help you, Whoopsters,
because you're going to need all the strength and stamina
to get around this school. My gosh, it's like a maze.
-With more than 90 classrooms, finding the right one
is a harder task than expected.
Oh, to your right, sir.
Oh, my bad. I meant to your left, definitely to your left.
Actually, no wait.
Now, my next class is in room 472.
Does anyone know where that is?
It's at the other end of the school, sir.
Course it is.
So, tip two, I recommend you bring some water to stay hydrated
as your journey from classroom to classroom, and...
Bring plenty of deodorant.
Boy, that is one heck of a smell-tuation.
Do you get it? Smell instead of sit
because it's sweat and then sweat can smell... OK, never mind.
# Finally. #
Just... Just why?
I just thought it'd be good for dramatic effect.
My final tip,
and probably THE most important tip of them all...
Cue tension music.
..to bring noise-cancelling earphones. There, I said it.
What do you mean I'm shouting?!
That's because you were shouting first!
Do you know what I will not stand for in this class?
I will not stand for test papers written in blue!
That's it, I can't take any more.
And on that note, Whoopsters, I think it's fair to say,
Well done for surviving this vlog.
Great vlogging, lady.
But you've got competition.
Our 15 second fans have been sending in their vlogs too,
and they're pretty good.
My favourite programme on CBBC
is Marrying Mum And Dad,
because it's very interesting to see
what the children come up with,
-and all of their different ideas and themes.
My favourite show has to be Blue Peter,
because it's really interactive.
You can get your own badges
and there are often lots of celebrities on.
I've even got my own badges.
My favourite TV show is Wolf Blood
because I love wolves.
My favourite character is Jana
because she's brave, courageous and always looks out for her pack.
What a bunch of stars.
Now, you may think that Taking The Next Step
is about the judges being really cool
whilst Lindsey, Sam and Mark are a bit less cool,
but this video of funny moments is going to prove you completely right.
You're totally right.
Don't know about you guys, I'm genuinely blown away by the talent.
It's been an emotional roller-coaster.
# Don't let this be our final song
# Don't let this be our final song... #
-She doesn't need us.
Dancing, what is it?
# ..before you say the night is over
# I want you to know... #
Swoop, what'd you...
Five, six, seven, eight and go.
-Don't be scared!
-You scared me!
# Don't let this be our final song.. #
-This is a nice surprise.
We've been behind there the entire time.
# Don't let this be our final song... #
My mouth hurts from smiling that much.
Johnny, let's just take a picture of you, sir. Come on, we've got it.
-Do you guys always stand in the exact same pose?
Do you always sit down at a desk?
Come on, love.
# Don't let this be our final song. #
Came around here, guys. Yeah.
The Dengineers is amazing.
Imagine you're at school minding your own business
and then suddenly, bam! Out of nowhere,
"Hey, I'm Lauren. Hey, I'm Joe from the Dengineers.
"And we're going to build you the room of your dreams."
-And I'm Joe.
And this is The Dengineers.
The show puts you in charge of building your very own dream den.
Every episode of The Dengineers is incredible.
The RIDICULOUS designs they manage to pull off,
but this episode in particular was truly inspiring.
And if I may say, VERY ambitious.
Welcome to a very special episode of The Dengineers.
Yes, today we're at a children's hospice on the Wirral.
Drop yourself in, because this is going to be our biggest build yet.
Lauren, Joe and the team aimed to build a huge community den
for a children's hospice,
and it is the biggest project the show has ever done.
But this time they were building a brand-new den out in the open.
Nay, not just one den, but four.
The hospice is opening a brand-new site in Liverpool.
And it just so happens there's an area around the back
that is perfect for a dream den.
But as cool as this all was,
the real story wasn't about the den they were building,
but about the families that they were building this den for.
A lot of the children at this hospice were really poorly,
and some had even lost loved ones.
One story that particularly touched me was that of Leyton
who talked about losing his little brother Carson.
Carson was energetic and happy and he always loved everyone.
When Carson got quite poorly,
what was one of the things that he really wanted?
He wanted a treehouse.
In fact, it was Carson's memory
that helped inspire the den's treehouse theme.
A treehouse-inspired village, including places to communicate,
party and chill out with friends and family.
As if that wasn't huge enough, Sege has also designed
a zip line which is accessible for every child at the hospice.
It seems that this build was going to need some extra hands
and lucky for Sege,
Lauren and Joe had some very useful contacts up their sleeve.
You might even notice a certain handsome face. Hmm?
With so much work still to do,
Sege has called in some CBBC reinforcements.
Me! That's me, look, me! I helped! I helped!
Ahem, but, I mean, it's a team effort. Ahem, carry on.
That's right, the whole team got involved.
Oh, yeah, and Hacker was there, too,
putting his nuisance skills to good use.
-You're doing a rubbish job. Paint better!
-Are you serious?
You're not doing anything so you can't say anything.
Well, I'm dry clean only, Kathleen.
Luckily, we didn't slow them down too much
as the day of the big reveal came
and I don't think anyone was disappointed.
I couldn't have expected anything more!
It's massive and it's so colourful and bright.
I couldn't pick a better den.
The team even had one more surprise up their sleeve
to honour one very special individual.
-Do you think he'd like it?
-I think he'll love it. Thank you.
I can't think of a more deserving,
strong group of children for this den
and having been able to contribute to it myself was the biggest honour.
You can bet I'll be visiting to have a go on that zip line, too.
Until then, there's only one more thing to do. Take it away, guys!
-This den is done!
What do you get when you have a pet that can sing really well?
Be prepared for the judging panel because I'm going to find out
whether your pet has... The Pets Factor!
Wait, it's not a show about singing dogs? Oh, I got that really wrong.
It's actually a show all about adorable animals that are poorly
and the vets that make them better. That definitely beats singing cats.
And there's puppies!
Yep, that's right. He's a puppy.
Nothing gets cuter than a puppy.
And after the excitement of the big wide world,
this big lad will certainly sleep tonight.
Except lots of puppies!
OK, calm down, Laura.
You're just watching a show about adorably cute pets.
There's nothing to get excited about.
And there are some familiar faces on the guest list -
Rocky the accident-prone French bulldog...
Daisy the cavalier King Charles spaniel.
She's been coming here for ten years.
OK, I've got to stop screaming about how cute this show is.
OK, fine, then, one more.
But apart from the lovely animals, this show is great
because it shows you all the hard work that the vets do
to keep the animals healthy.
Her heart rate was 80 before we started
and she's just done some exercise in there,
about three minutes' walking,
and it was still the same so she's really, really well fit.
And how much they seem to enjoy their job at the same time.
Very short anaesthetic. She'll be up and about in a minute.
Look how these animals look and feel
so much better after they've been treated by the vet.
I think that's going to heal beautifully now.
And this wouldn't be a Laura vlog
without mentioning something very important. Sort of.
There's cake in one episode!
I'm making cakes for the party.
This is the best show ever - animals and cake.
I'm making peanut butter dog cupcakes.
I mean, they might be cupcakes for dogs,
but peanut butter sounds quite nice. Mmm!
-It smells disgusting!
Right, maybe not, but I bet the dogs will like them.
Jay's cakes are going down a storm with her canine guests.
Based on that reaction,
I think they're definitely enjoyed more by the dogs.
OK, now I've got to start working out a way to convince my mum
to get us a puppy.
Hmm, maybe I could give her some of those peanut butter cupcakes. Hmm...
I know! I'll convince her with a song
and my newly-discovered high-pitched superpowers.
-# Haa... #
Wait, no, I don't think that's the right note.
SHE SINGS A NUMBER OF HIGH-PITCHED NOTES
Who knew talking to a camera could be so good?
Let's hear what you've loved and what's got your goat on CBBC.
It's time for...
My good on CBBC this week was The Playlist.
My bad was in So Awkward,
nobody ever goes to the moon.
And my ugly is in Danger Mouse,
there's just too many villains.
My good is the new Next Step episode.
My bad is the drama in the Next Step
and my ugly is the gunge in Saturday Mash-Up. Bye, CBBC!
Lovely work! OK, driver,
it's time to take a fast detour around the best of the last week
on CBBC and, believe me, you want to be paying attention at the back.
It's lunchtime. Just like back home, there's always a queue.
Food is scarce in this part of Kenya.
The school gives its students a diet of beans and maize.
For some, this is their only meal of the day.
Unfortunately, our Roman is the world's pickiest eater.
-I'm scared, Olivia.
-My God, you need to chill.
I can't chill. I'm scared.
Roman was terrified.
We were in the line and Roman was already practically shaking.
-No, don't be!
So, it's decision time again and it really is
just getting tougher and tougher.
Tougher and tougher.
But we need to let go of ten kids.
How do you feel about this one?
-I think he's a yes.
-Yeah, me too, yeah.
I'm quite nervous about it.
I know me and my team did really well
and we put everything into it
so there's not much you can do right now, is there?
So it's just a big wait and it's quite nerve-racking, I'd say, yeah.
Who's the scariest judge?
-Do you reckon?
-I think Kimberly.
-You think Swoosh.
-And you think Kimberly.
Jonny's the nice one, basically.
We're chilled about Jonny,
-but we need to win over the other two, right?
-I'm really excited Miss Davis is back on our TV screens.
-Because I love Class Dismissed. You know what, Rhys?
I am so excited about Class Dismissed. I could...
-I could sing about it!
-Yes, let's do it!
BRASS BAND BEGINS TO PLAY
# Now, we don't mean to alarm ya
# But Mr C is taking drama
# If he's not centre of attention
# Then he'll put you in detention
# And if you're still uncertain
# Just look for the pink glitter curtain
# He's never waiting in the wings
# He makes the class clap when he SINGS! #
DOGS BARK, GLASS SHATTERS
And that's your lot.
Another week of CBBC shrink wrapped and vacuum-packed just for you.
We're out of time, but if you're hungry for more,
hop over to the CBBC iPlayer.
Now, I've set a reminder on my phone this week. "Must not miss the bus."
Well, that was a waste of time, wasn't it?