Next Episode of Remotely Funny is
Season 1 / Episode 9 and airs on 23 February 2017 15:55
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.
It is carnival time as Saara connects via wifi from the home of the 2016 Olympics: Brazil. Our three contenders competing today from their corners of the UK are Zayd in Essex, Erin in Liverpool and Ewan in Nottinghamshire.
Saara is in Denmark, the land of the Vikings, where she connects to Amy in County Antrim, Katya in Hertfordshire and Eve in the Scottish Borders. Find out who's the fastest on the flusher in Toilet Takedown, discover what goes best with party rings, crushed cheese puff balls and squeezy icing in Food Flash, and one mum's singing could possibly break glass in Remotely Funny Families.
Competing this time are Tyger in South Tyneside, Rocco in Middlesex and Amy in Birmingham. Beaming in wirelessly from India and running amok in their homes is Saara, who will be making mums and dads impersonate Bollywood dancing grannies and discover what you can make from dehydrated potato starch, squeezy cheese, Finnish gravy and yeast extract flavoured snack sticks. This is not an ordinary dish but this is no ordinary show and it's all done to win sweet samoji points in the quest to be crowned Remotely Funny champion.
Matthew from County Durham, Emma from Christchurch and Jessica from County Down connect with Saara for Remotely Funny hijinks from Poland. Everyone needs their game face on in Bedroom Bonanza but what item would you pretend was new and re-gift to a friend? This episode involves water jets, cats from the hood, samojis and some serious parental rule bending.
Saara is in Greece and she's joined by a surprise celebrity guest from their home in Wolverhampton! The mystery star, who used to be a sports mascot called Spike the Lion, competes via remote Wi-Fi against 12-year-old Alice in the Cotswolds and 11-year-old Finley in Cornwall and they all want to win big. There's chaos in the kitchen, carnage in the lounge, and of course hilarity in the bathroom as they tune into Loo Tube and discover which CBBC presenter uses the most toilet paper. But who will leave their rivals standing to get their hands on TV's ultimate prize - the Remotely Funny hoodie?
Saara is in Austria but Mia is in Dorking, Jessica is in County Durham and Jenson is in Hertfordshire for remote fun and hilarity. Each contender will leave a trail of destruction round their houses as they compete for Saara's sweet samojis and the chance to be crowned a Remotely Funny champion. On their path to glory they'll have to guess the answer to a shower-based Toilet Takedown question, predict what an evil cat will do next in Loo Tube, and yodel their love to a bottle of Ruskeakastike, Saara's beloved Finnish gravy. Also, the embarrassment factor goes off the scale as their parents take on the Austrian slap dance.
Saara is in Sweden where she connects with Kiki in Bristol, Fraser in Norwich and Nasser in Eastbourne. They've got their supersized game faces on to scare off the opposition and to try to get their hands on a limited edition Remotely Funny hoodie. Expect complete carnage in the kitchen when Saara tasks them with making the Finish classic Saailitdoon Thewatter and Hopa Itsinks in Food Flash, and if you're a pop music lover you might want to press mute on your remote when the mums and dads sing for samojis in Remotely Funny Families.
Shanai in London, Sophie in Newcastle and Josh in Leicester connect with Saara in Russia, all desperate to become the latest Remotely Funny champion. On the quest to success the chaos starts in a mad dash round their bedrooms to grab the item on Saara's wish list as fast as they can but has she gone too far in asking them for something breathing? It's the only TV show with a toilet break to watch TV, parents attempting a Russian Cossack dance and an emoji quiz in the battle for supremacy but which brave contender will keep their game face on all the way to the big finale?
Saara hangs out remotely with Sofia and Ollie from Bristol and Morgan from Aberdeenshire. The three fearless contenders get some serious game faces on, as they compete for some sweet samoji points. Tune in to Loo Tube to see a T-rex take on an obstacle course and find out what bizarre things our contenders would give to an alien as a welcome to earth gift. Also, which parents will have the bottle to taste test one of Saara's favourite dishes,slathered in the infamous Finnish gravy?
Proving that this is the show that that can go anywhere in the UK via remote Wi-Fi vlogger Saara is in Scotland and connecting Yasmin in Southport, Freddie in Brighton and Tristan in Stoke on Trent. But they're not video chatting for fun, there's a prize up for grabs - the Remotely Funny hoodie, which is kept under constant lock and key, and the honour of being crowned the Remotely Funny champion. If Freddie, Tristan and Yasmin's game faces are anything to go by it will be a tough contest. The contestants ponder a tricky question on the loo during Toilet Takedown, try to work out Nathan the dog's next move in Loo Tube and we reveal whose mum has the most unusual eating habits in Food Flash. Expect mayhem in the lounge as the parents try a spot of highland dancing with a modern twist but who will leave the competition standing at the end in the Decider?
Saara is in sunny Spain and has the power to go anywhere in the UK to say hola to the Remotely Funny wannabes, hijack their homes and offer them prizes. As well as 11-year-old wannabe magician Deanna from Bradford and 10-year-old Mia from Berkshire, it's an extra special episode because there's also a celebrity in their house, ready to take on the other two contenders. Who can guess the number of bathrooms in Buckingham Palace? Will the balancing dogs put them off in Loo Tube? And will anyone be able to eat what they make in Food Flash? These and many more important questions will be answered in the show, and someone will win enough samojis to get their hands on a mean Remotely Funny hoodie.
Saara Forsberg(Saara Forsberg)
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