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Hey, you! If you love CBBC, stop what you're doing
and point your eyes at this mighty fine red bus,
cos we have some treats on the way for you.
There's a bit of this.
A little celebration toot for us all.
Oh, and a bit of this.
And your faces are on the telly!
This is my dog, Yoda. Say hi.
And, of course, our resident vloggers Laura, Rhys,
Tee Cee and Myles have been watching all CBBC has the offer.
Who are we catching up with first?
Vlogger in pending.
It's Rhys! BELL DINGS
It is a new witching term and the new witches are hurrying
to school on their brooms, including Mildred.
Oh, I'm getting tense just thinking about it.
Wait for me!
Wait, Mil, look out for the...
Barely a minute into the show and the star nearly flies into a tree!
Surely it can only get better.
Sybil, you're a Hallow, aren't you?
Then you'll be absolutely f-ine!
It's fine. It's only been two minutes.
Like I said, things can only get... Is she on the roof?
It's only been five minutes.
It was a rocky start
but, like I said, things can only get...
To be fair, the school collapsing
was mostly due to Agatha's magic from the last series,
but it does mean that the school needs a new building,
and I've been watching a lot of Dengineers.
I took the liberty of borrowing some of their equipment,
courtesy of Lauren Layfield and Joe Tracini. Thanks, guys.
Here are some of my ideas for some new rooms, hey.
A toad racing room. Yes?
A room with a giant cauldron for a swimming pool. Yes?
All right, rain check.
A kitty barbershop. Oh, come on!
You can't tell me that you haven't noticed Tabby's split ends.
Mildred then has a little catch up with Enid and Maud,
who are a little bit overexcited about her summer.
-As in camels? Across the Sahara?
As in Wales across the A48.
Really? How did you get there?
-On a bus.
-An actual bus?!
Wow. If buses are that popular amongst witches,
Whoops I Missed The Bus must be huge.
Now, the witches were tasked with a summer project.
Mildred's was making animals talk.
It was so good that Ethel tried to steal it for herself.
She snatched me from under the bed,
used a spell to copy Mildred's project,
and dumped it in the kitchen bin.
So proud of you, Mildred.
And making animals talk is one thing,
but what about inanimate objects, huh?
Which is why I've devised my own spell
which will allow my most prized possession, my camera, to speak.
You just say a rhyme, it's really easy, actually.
HE CLEARS THROAT
To give my Whoops viewers a treat
Make my beautiful camera speak!
What the...? I can speak!
Yes! It worked! Go on, tell me how you feel.
-I'm so sick of having to listen to you blabber on all day.
And what's with the pillows?
You don't need that many, and they're so ugly.
-How dare you?
-And what's with the hair?
Did you have a fight with scissors and lose?
Right, that's it! You're coming off.
Thank you kindly.
Now, in case you missed it,
let's rewind to a CBBC best bit from this week.
It's Sam and Mark's Big Friday Wind-Up.
-Wow, that's a lot of jam.
Are you sure that's enough jam?
I'm spreading it on.
-I think you've got enough jam on there, what else?
Now I'm going to add the butter cream with a spoon.
Yeah, there we go.
That's the butter cream. Now let me just...
..get the spoon. There! There, get the spoon. And pour it on.
Just pour it on. Spread it on.
Maybe flatten it out with your hands, Mum. I mean Kian.
-Put the cream on! More cream on!
-More cream on!
-More cream! That's it.
-Now we're talking.
Now the sponge.
It's looking so lovely.
-Get the cream.
-All right, what else are we putting on?
Make it look nice.
Spin it round, that's it. Lovely.
All right, take a big bite.
-Big bite, quick!
-Pick it up.
That's an unusual choice of face pack.
Ooh, it's back to our quartet of vloggers now.
It's Laura! BELL DINGS
What do you get when you mix a school disco,
an angry Mr Smash and custard pies?
You get The Dog Ate My Homework, of course.
MR SMASH LAUGHS
LAUGHTER MR SMASH SHOUTS ANGRILY
I even tried to get my homework eaten by a dog
for the purposes of this vlog,
but I don't have a dog and my search for one kind of failed.
So I can't find a dog anywhere, but I did find a goose.
-Which is now chasing me!
Goose-bitten homework, anyone?
I always wonder what my strange fact for the register would be
if I were a guest on the show.
Probably something really epic and impressive.
On my left, a girl who persuaded her teacher
to keep a pet shark in the swimming pool.
The other pupils weren't happy about it,
but they can all swim much faster now.
-It's Cainwen, everyone.
'Here's someone who puts Ed Sheeran's musical skills
'to shame, it's Laura!'
PLAYS UKULELE OUT OF TUNE
Wait, no, no, no. I forgot, I can't play the ukulele.
# Live my day as if it was the last
# Live my day as if there was no past
# Doing it all night, all summer. #
The show also has school discos
where everyone has to stop what they're doing and dance.
-# Live my day as if it was... #
-Oh, school disco!
# Live my day as if there was no past
# Doing it all night, all summer
# Doing it the way I wanna. #
Argh! The school disco interrupted my vlog just as I was about to
talk about the most serious and important part of the episode.
The custard pies!
And that was Rowan correctly guessing
which of the line-up was a supply teacher,
meaning his team was awarded a gold star.
Add up the stars.
Gold stars are wicked, aren't they?
I wonder how I could get some in my life.
Oh, I should definitely get a gold star
for making a great sandwich today.
Oh, and a gold star for my school disco dancing.
And two gold stars for eating my cereal this morning.
Ooh, and maybe a few more for my great impression of a dolphin.
Right, I'm glad those gold stars have gone away
because I need to see this round, The School Dropout.
I wonder why it's called that.
I can't look, I can't look, I can't look!
Just do it!
Nothing beats a slow-mo drop,
apart from a bit of slow-mo disco dancing.
-# I live my day as if... #
-School disco, perfect timing.
# As if there was no past
# Doing it all night, all summer. #
Now, Whoopsters, let's play a little game
of what I like to call What Happened Next?
Observe this CBBC HQ beauty with Karim and Hacker,
and, as the title suggests, guess what happens next.
Isaac says, "I should be put on the naughty list
"because I'm naughty in general. PS - I'm very naughty.
"PS - Hello, Hacker. Hello, Karim."
-Machine, do your thing.
-Do your thing!
-Oh, aren't you naughty!
-Aren't you naughty!
What do you think?
Maybe Hacker say "cockers," although that wouldn't be anything unusual.
Let's find out! Run it!
-That is you guys on our list.
Stop it! Santa, You mustn't!
Save me! No!
It's fine, it's fine that one.
That hound is wrecking the place!
Well done if you guessed correctly.
Now, someone grab a broom.
What's that? There are some new passengers?
They're the 15-second fans?
Oh, very well, although remember you have no longer than 15 seconds.
My favourite show on CBBC is The Dumping Ground...
-..because it has so much drama
and it has a great story to it.
And my favourite character is Jody
because she is a tomboy just like me.
My favourite show is Jamie Johnson.
I love it because the tricks are so cool
and there's girls on the football team which makes it more equal.
-And this is my dog, Yoda. Say hi.
-You're running out of time!
Hi, CBBC. I'm Hope and I like CBBC HQ.
My favourite presenters are Karim, Hacker and Lauren,
and I like them because they're all really funny.
-And they're all the best presenters. Bye!
Bravo, ladies and gentlemen.
Now, back to these vloggers of ours.
We'll be catching up with you next time, Tee Cee.
Every time I say the name of that show, it feels like a cliff-hanger.
Millie in between what?
A bear and crocodile? That's silly. That's dangerous.
She's not Steve Backshall. Let's leave it at Millie Inbetween.
In this episode, there's a massive plot twist
that none of us saw coming.
Exaggerated movements for emphasis.
Millie and her sister - previously humans, remember -
Oh, thanks. I knew you could rely on you guys. You're diamonds.
Yeah, apparently they're... They are diamonds now
which is amazing. I didn't see that coming.
I was tuning in thinking, "They'll still be human by the end of it."
No, they're diamonds now.
Now, the main thing to know from this episode is
there is a new character that's come to stay, Leo.
Here he is, Leo the Lion.
The last time I saw him he was knee-high to a grasshopper.
It's always hard introducing a new character
because you don't want to change too much
in case you change what is the essence of the show.
So Leo comes round and straight away moves into Craig's old room.
You know, Millie had her eyes on that.
Leo comes in and goes, "Can you move your eyes, Millie?"
This is your room.
Sorry about the smell, it's from the last boy that was in here.
-We can't get rid of it.
-Yeah, we have special scents.
It's how we communicate.
That is true. We boys do have special senses.
I could, you know, I could call up a mate right now
and just sort of smell what he's up to.
What am I doing? What are you...? What are you doing?
That's what I'm trying to find out, what you are doing, pal.
All right, well, he's probably not up to anything anyway.
He was on the phone, I could smell that he was on the phone
and he wasn't doing much.
That's Matthew for you.
Oh, I didn't hang up.
But if the old nose doesn't work... What am I saying?
But if that doesn't work, boys can just launch straight into
their own conversations filled with their own manly codes
only they can understand.
Hello, buddy, sport, sport, sports, football, football.
Sports, sports, sports. Kick the ball.
-A couple of men. A couple of boys.
Pass the rugby ball in the back of the net.
How you feeling, buddy?
Yeah, I could really do with a hug right now.
So with Leo around, Millie has to get used to...
Oh, she's in between this situation now.
If I had someone else living in my house,
I would get worried about, you know,
if me and the other person had a lot in common or not.
You don't play anything, do you?
Just my trumpet.
Oh, hang on, he likes trumpets. Yeah, you can stay.
I've got my own little noisy instrument here.
Only messing. I stick to football, it's what I'm good at.
He was... That was a little joke he was doing. We were both in on that.
That was a little... A couple of boys.
A couple of boys with their noise.
But at the end of the day, Leo ends up settling in quite nicely
with Millie and Co in his new house,
and school ends up being quite good as well.
You're looking at the school's new star striker.
You're in the team? That was quick.
Matt was desperate to have me. Practically bit my arm off.
And the sports, rugby and the trainers and the gym.
Yep, I'm just going to stop recording, though.
Yeah, we'll go to the park and find the unicorn.
We'll pick out the loveliest, happiest unicorn we can, OK?
Splendid blogging indeed.
Now, as we have all three of you on board the bus this week,
it feels only right for a little challenge.
You're going to try and identify some CBBC theme tunes.
However, it's not that straightforward.
Hit it! They're going to be played backwards.
-I have no idea what this could be.
What? What? It's cool though. I like it.
Ooh, that last bit. Ba-da-da-da. No idea.
Danger Mouse! That's Danger Mouse!
Danger Mouse. I'm going to go with Danger Mouse.
And the answer is...
It's Danger Mouse.
I got it right!
So that was the wrong answer.
Ooh, it sounds like when your computer breaks
and it makes weird noises.
I know what it could be.
It doesn't have a song at the beginning, I think it's Newsround.
Are you having a bubble?
Blue Peter. What is this?
Blue Peter, straight away.
Let's see if you're right.
It's Blue Peter!
No! Oh, well. I started off well.
Just put "Myles 1 point."
Big as you like. As big as they can.
And the winner is...
Yes! I won? I won!
Tremendous work. Now, CBBC recently celebrated a Blue Peter special -
Radzi's Free Fall.
Here's what happened, in case you missed it.
The combination of concentration
and adrenaline is absolutely unbelievable.
As I check my canopy, I see them!
Oh, my goodness! They're directly above me!
I'm the first civilian to ever join an RAF Falcon's stack.
To be gliding through the air as a team
is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
What an amazing selection of CBBC.
And if you missed out or want to see it again,
you can jump on over to the CBBC iPlayer.
As for me, I've got to crack on
with my weekend chore, polishing the bus.
Hang on! Come back here! Your bumper needs buffing!