It’s no Statue of Liberty but I guess it’ll do.
Welcome to German Week where we do not have fun and games. But there’s a lot of biscuits, yeast and questionably problematic accent work going on. Clearly nobody learned anything from Japanese Week.
I see Dan has hit the part of the school disco where the sugar high really kicks in.
Despite the fact we’ve had a couple drop out of the competition we continue on with the results show as normal by booting the novelty dance, who could have seen it coming?
Powerful shoulder pads lead to a powerful shrug.
Free of the weeds of Movie Week we run full tilt into Accidental School Disco Week so grab your supermarket own brand squash and ration your Pringles accordingly, we’ve got an Argentine Tango, A Sambarena and a plethora of insane trousers.
Victoria doesn’t sit with us.
Welcome to Girl Group 101 with Professor Kitty Scott Claus, you can either major in The Social Dynamics of Girls Aloud or The Philosophy of Girl Power.
Personally I’m only ever happy if Chigs is happy.
Dessert Week is upon us so expect some setting nightmares and would you care for more sin with your cake, dear Adam?
Perhaps this was Cruella’s Villain Origin Story all along?
And so Movie Week must come to a close and it feels only right that on this evening we acknowledge a series of Box Office Disasters…
Well, it’s one way to describe Movie Week.
It is of course the scariest time of year:
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Hey! That’s River Medway’s thing!
Congratulations if you went into this episode unspoilt by A’whora!
The bloodshot eyes of Freya’s marzipan-filled starfish will haunt my dreams forever.
It’s Bread Week which does unfortunately mean Paul Hollywood is more insufferable than ever – how dare the bread be bready?
And every Sunday evening the Teletubbies make a blood sacrifices to their Sun Goddess to sate her unquenchable thirst.
After a chaotic, scattershot conclusion to the leader board, the First Boot of the series was always going to be a heart-breaking affair.