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This is Whoops I Missed The Bus, and if you're a fan of CBBC,
then your day just got a whole lot better!
Yes! He's back and doing THIS...?!
You lot are back and saying...this.
And these lot are here and up to...THIS?!
Here to guide you through the merry maze of CBBC with
a spring in their step are vloggers Myles, Laura and Rhys.
I'm not sure I'm springing - it's Saturday morning.
Can I just...trundle instead?
You there! Sit your bottom down and turn the volume up -
it's time for us to catch up with our very own smile-maker,
ooh, it's our Myles!
On Saturday mornings, I like to wake up and then I like to mash up.
Saturday Mash-Up, of course,
I'm talking about waking up and then mashing up.
I like Saturday Mash-Up, and let's watch that.
I can't believe it's the season finale of The Next Step today.
Oh, are we going to...? We are going to watch...? OK. No...
OK, cool. Cos on this week's Saturday Mash-Up, they have got
loads of good stuff. Almost too much good stuff, if you ask me.
Stop it. They chatted to Lauren off of The Dengineers
at the start of the show, talking all about dens.
We can all go from Whoops I Missed The Bus
to making amazing dens, though.
The classic technique of a blanket, just hold back the door.
Oh, come in!
No, thank you. No guests today - just shut the door.
Just as... Just as simple as that, really. Um...just a desk.
Probably won't be green lit for a full series just off of that.
Yes, I know I won't!
Oh, now I'm revealed!
And then later, they're doing some classic Mash-Up games,
like riding a trolley into a tower of toilet roll.
I don't think everything in the world has really been done yet,
but after seeing that, all right, there's a game where you ride
a trolley into toilet roll, I feel a bit more certain that probably maybe
everything in the world has been done after all.
In the past, Charles Dickens, he was writing novels.
Nowadays, "Is that a trolley?"
Dickens probably would've loved that.
They just didn't have trolleys in the past. Or toilet roll.
They just had windows for that.
In the past, there were no fun games,
you had nothing to do but write a Dickens novel.
Nothing had been invented to distract you
from writing a Dickens novel.
Also, if you didn't invent something in the past,
it was probably a bit embarrassing.
There's nothing here yet, mate, you can't think of anything?
-CROWD: Push off!
-Oh, strong START from Lauren there,
as the trolley hurtles towards the toilet roll.
Oh, hang on, what's happened there?
Disappointing display there, in the first round.
They might as well not have played and would've had the same result.
I'm being a harsh critic here, but it's just cos I'm very passionate,
I'm a very passionate advocate for the trolley-toilet roll situation.
But I am a fan of Saturday Mash-Up, and every time I say that,
I really fancy, like, a potato.
They have games, episodes of The Next Step,
episodes of Dennis The Menace - it's like a delicious sandwich.
You eat the sandwich, and then you go to the dentist, and he says,
"What have you been eating?" and you say, "TV shows."
Oliver from Newcastle.
-Right there, there we go.
-Where is he? Where is he?
-I can't even see him.
-Is he amongst it?
-He's amongst the mess!
-Don't tidy yourself up, cocker.
Another little good segment there,
showcasing people at home's messy bedrooms.
First of all, Make Me Viral - a good name for a segment,
but it does sound a bit like you're asking to become ill.
Make you viral?
Could be quite a good segment to be on, though,
get the face out there a bit more, you know?
"Oh, it's Myles, off of Whoops I Missed The Bus."
Off of Make Me Viral as well.
Just got to make the room a bit messy first of all,
make it a bit of a messy room!
Can't believe he's done that! Look at that!
That is atrocious behaviour! The mess of that!
Get the crew in, get the pictures ready for that.
That won't just be on Saturday Mash-Up - that'll be on Newsround.
I can't believe he's done that!
So, anyway, Mash-Up is good, just a bit unfair for the other
days of the week, they don't get a look in. What about Monday Mash-Up?
They've already got the alliteration for you. Monday was so thoughtful.
You went straight to Saturday!
Just having a go at the days of the week now.
I love that show. It could be my favourite.
After The Next Step, and So Awkward. Oh, and Danger Mouse.
Any who, what's your favourite CBBC show? You've got 15 seconds.
Ready, steady go!
Hi, CBBC, I'm Haris, and I really enjoy watching all of your shows,
but my favourite one has to be Dragons: Race To The Edge.
Because of all the plot twists and funny characters,
it just makes you want to watch more.
-My favourite show on CBBC is Marrying Mum And Dad
because it has all of the drama and it's really good.
My favourite programme on CBBC is Millie Inbetween
because it's funny, cool and dramatic.
I love the characters Craig and Lauren and Millie.
-Our favourite channels are...
And The Next Step.
We love The Next Step because there's lots of drama,
and So Awkward is...
ALL: ..so awkward!
Nice work, mini vloggers.
Now, should you fancy watching a bunch of CBBC types being gunged,
you're in luck, because here is a messy gunge-tastic montage
just for you.
Stand by, bucketeers! Three, two, one...!
Oh, it's so cold!
It's all gone in my pants!
-I can't hear it.
The Secret Life Of Boys is all very dramatic this week.
There's been a break-up, a confession and a very pampered dad.
You're going to have good days and bad days, there'll be
make-ups and break-ups, but the most important thing is...
Are you trying to have a heart-to-heart with me? Bad Dad.
Oh, oh, sorry. I thought I might try the same thing.
I forgot I was supposed to be vlogging.
With all this drama going on,
I'm surprised it's not called The Dramatic Life Of Boys.
Ah, that's given me an idea.
Introducing an epic Santa trap machine thing,
a text conversation between father and son
when the father is clearly busy,
and something that is going to save the day.
What is that?!
Has Ginger got a ventriloquist's doll that she's made into an elf?
Because that is giving me the shivers.
Speaking of shivers, Robbie tells Ginger about his fear of flying.
It's OK, Robbie, I've got a fear of flying apples.
Yes, flying apples.
OK, well, it's fine, Robbie. I mean, we all have fears.
Thanks, Ginger, it's a good job flying apples don't really exist,
so that I never really have to face one.
-Do you hear something?
Aunt Core, is that a new headscarf?
Aw, thanks, Ginger!
I actually got this yesterday. It's new and it's...
-You are working it, girl!
-Ginger, we're not coming.
Oh, she wasn't talking to me. That's embarrassing.
But despite Ginger's charms, she doesn't manage to persuade
everyone to come over for Ginger-mas.
Ginger-mas. That's a thing.
Ginger's upset because we're missing Ginger-mas,
but what she doesn't realise is that it's all my fault.
It appears it is. Oh, maybe I could try something like that.
Let's stick to Ginger-mas. If anyone shows up, that is!
I don't want you to put yourself through all that just to get here,
so I'll just... I'll see you in summer.
It's OK! You could have Summer-mas! Ginger Summer!
Summer Ginge-mas! OK, stop, Laura.
But it doesn't matter, Ginger, because you've still got
that super creepy doll to keep you company.
Now, that is scarier than flying apples. And cheese sandwiches.
Did I mention I have a fear of cheese sandwiches too?
Come on, Laura, face your fears. Argh!
The operation was a success.
The Wi-Fi's back on!
Oh, admit it, that would be the tensest episode of Operation Ouch.
Doctors Chris and Xand are taking us on another wild ride to
explore the wonder that is the human body.
Biology was always one of my favourite subjects in school.
Do you ever sometimes get that little smug feeling
when they tell you a fact that you already knew about? Yeah, you do.
I can see you smiling. It feels good, doesn't it? It feels so good.
Did you know that in your foot you have...
Don't Try This At Home is one of my favourite parts of the show,
showing us just how unbelievable and powerful our bodies really are.
I've brought us something very, very flexible -
my friend Kika!
-Hi, Dr Chris.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, humans shouldn't be doing that!
Why are humans doing that? Why she doing that?
What's the point of her doing that?
Is she trying to save money on travelling by posting herself
instead of travelling on a plane? Because that...
Dr Chris and Xand found out that our Achilles tendon,
the most powerful tendon in our body, is also stronger than steel.
I didn't believe it either, until they pulled this off.
Or better yet, pulled themselves up.
This is incredible. The only thing holding us up is a horse tendon!
If our bodies are truly that amazing and with that much strength
just in our foot, then why aren't we all superheroes?
Hello, Mr Strong Foot!
Hello, Mighty Heel!
What a wonderful day it is to fight crime with Achilles tendon!
Yes, it is, truly spiffing!
The show also focuses on other parts of the health service,
like the air ambulance crew,
and naturally, Chris and Xand gave it a go.
And yes, we do have every right to be concerned.
We're losing control of the helicopter!
I don't think I'm going to get the patients down safely!
I don't believe it. It's Mr Strong Foot and Mighty Heel!
Splendid vlogging, my dear chum.
And now it's time to get your angry emoji face on for
a little feature that I like to call The Good, The Bad And The Ugly.
Good is Operation Ouch,
my bad is The Next Step,
and my ugly is the drama in The Dumping Ground.
Good that Amy got back into Next Step,
bad that you have to wait so long
for season six of The Dumping Ground to come out
and ugly, Horrible Histories. Bye!
Excellent vlogging, my friend. But now, stop what you're doing.
Unless you're watching this, in which case,
keep doing what you were doing, but not if you weren't...
Oh, never mind.
-What on earth is that?
When two people are under the mistletoe,
they, like, have to kiss. It's the Christmas rule.
So you think Marcella's finally going to kiss just
because of some Christmas rule?
Yeah, man, it's like the actual law or something, I swear.
Yeah, and if you break it, the Christmas police arrest you
-and take you to the North Pole.
You hear that, Billy? Right, let's do this.
-What do you want, Mark?
Can I, like, have, like, a kiss, please?
Come on, he made that stupid hat and everything.
-You'll make his Christmas.
-It'd make his year.
-Fine, but literally only cos it's Christmas.
-All right, sweet.
Ooh, mistletoe! Don't mind if I do.
-Dude, you just totally kissed your mum.
-She's not my mum!
In that case, you just kissed your teacher,
which, for my money, is much worse.
What is my life?! Why does this keep happening to me?!
Wait, Oscar said we can't talk to ourselves,
but we can talk to other people.
This will be easy, come on.
-Orchid, we need to know what month and day it is.
Can you help me open this jar first?
# La la-la, la-la, la-la... #
At least it didn't get on your face.
Which reminds me, can you help me open this other jar?
Orchid, please leave.
Five, six, seven, eight.
-That was amazing. That was so good.
-Yeah, I know.
I would have joined in, but...
You know what, don't worry, it was just off the cuff.
You're a nasty man for sending your son away.
You have precisely 25...
Oh, no, 24 minutes to stop that sale.
And to resign from being councillor.
And to get Frank his job back.
Or that baby goes viral.
Penfold, the Baron can still do
a lot of damage with that traffic controller.
We've got to control him!
A futile gesture, Danger Mouse.
Then I can still stop you with my traffic controller!
Well, if that wasn't the best 15 minutes of your week,
then I can't help you.
But keep your eyes peeled for Whoops I Missed 2017,
which has the very best bits from the whole year of CBBC.
Now, driver, it's raining, so I need you to pull over this time, please.