Next Episode of Remotely Funny is
International Vlogger Saara dives wirelessly into the lives of three contenders for the ultimate wifi gameshow, setting crazy challenges for them and their families and causing havoc round their homes.In each episode three children living all over the UK will connect remotely via webcam and compete against each other to win samojis. The challenges include Bedroom Bonanza, Toilet Takedown, Food Flash and prepare to cringe big style in Remotely Funny Families, as mums and dads dance or sing their way to samoji success. In the final game, contestants need their wits about them, and an absurdly loud home-made buzzer, as this is the moment they can go from third to first and be crowned ‘Remotely Funny Champion'. There will also be surprise celebrity guests along the way.
Saara hangs out remotely with Addya from south London, Evan from Lancashire and Kirsty from Surrey. They compete for some sweet Samoji points as they put their parents' lip-syncing talents to the test, and it's mum vs mum in the unboxing ring. Oh and not forgetting the wind-up toy race of the century and some extraordinarily revealing home truths. Unparalleled, wireless family fun as Saara invades more UK homes but only rewards one victorious team captain with a Remotely Funny hoodie.
Saara is in Great Snoring to connect Lara in Buckinghamshire, Harley in Manchester and Aimee in Leeds. They fly a flag on their parents' faces, go head-to-head in a messy, pruney, soupy challenge, and it's the ultimate test of playground skill as Saara trades Samojis in the water bottle challenge. All that and the race of the century in a hotly anticipated Wind-Up Warriors race - this time it's Wings vs Wheels. As ever the ultimate prize is the much-coveted Remotely Funny hoodie!
Saara connects to contestants from her favourite-sounding place name - Splott in Cardiff. She'll be giving Lola in Berkshire, Theo in Devon and Beth in County Durham a run for their hoodie in another chaos-causing episode of Remotely Funny. Players will be stacking cookies on parents' heads in the kitchen, playing the air saxophone whilst wearing pyjamas in the living room and answering a classic Toilet Takedown question on the loo. Also, Saara introduces the ground-breaking, bonus round of Guess How Much It Holds to ask the question - how many biscuits can you get in a cowboy boot?
It's a funny, remote and unusual show this time - not just because Saara has discovered a place called Mumbles Pier, but because a surprise 'celebrity' has rudely inserted himself into the show. In the meantime the serious contenders, Nerys from South Wales and Dylan from Cornwall, compete for the famous Remotely Funny hoodie in games of Cutlery Chaos and the infamous Toilet Takedown. Also, they try to read Saara's mind.
Saara Forsberg(Saara Forsberg)
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